April 2021: Paperback Previews

What a month of literary riches this is. April always feels packed in paperback world, but this year it’s particularly bustling, thanks to titles shifting into the month from elsewhere. I’ve been hard-pressed to limit my Editor’s Choices, hence its larger-than-usual size. I’ve chosen to highlight, for example, Melissa Harrison’s gorgeous natural history book The Stubborn Light of Things, but I equally adored Patrick Barkham’s exploration of the relationship between nature and children, Wild Child. And I’ve picked out Christina Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac’s call to action over climate cha...

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