What it's like to be a woman: 4 books for March 8 from Vivat
The myth of a nice girl, the feminist fight club, and other books are definitely worth reading
March 8 is a day that causes more and more debate. What is it? A holiday of tulips and "women's beauty and charm" or a day of feminism and equal rights for women, a day of a powerful woman who can do anything? We believe the answer is obvious: women really can do anything.
Books from this collection are for such women: independent, strong, life-loving, brave, sensual, determined, successful. That is for each of you.
Milk and Honey, Rupi Kaur
Rupi Kaur's lyric collection is frank, brave, and sensual poetry that captures you from the first page. Everyone can find something from their own lives in these short, emotionally focused, and poignant stories. This book has become an international phenomenon. More than three million copies have been sold. It's translated into 35 languages. Milk and Honey also topped the New York Times bestseller list for more than 100 weeks.