Sisters in Arms

Sisters in Arms by Kaia Alderson is a World War II novel that shines the spotlight on the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, the Women's Army Corps' only all-Black battalion. This beautifully crafted historical-fiction debut focuses on Grace Steele and Eliza Jones, two women from completely different backgrounds who must put aside their differences to help ensure the soldiers' mail makes it from the front lines to their families back home.

So We Meet Again

So We Meet Again by Suzanne Park is a mood booster in book form. After Jessie Kim is laid off from her job as an investment banker, she moves back to her parents' home in Tennessee. Though the move isn't ideal for her, it does lead Jessie to restart her YouTube cooking channel and reconnect with her childhood nemesis, who isn't quite as terrible as she remembers.

Sugar Town Queens

In Sugar Town Queens by Malla Nunn, 15-year-old Amandla sets out to find answers about her mother's past, including whom her mysterious father is and why no one seems to remember much from before the time she was born. And while she may not like the answers she finds, she will at least have the support of her best friends throughout her journey.