Have a look at Barack Obama’s 13 book suggestions of the year 2021

Some of the books chosen by the 44th President of the United States address current concerns such as racism. That is the case with Andrea Elliott’s “Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival, and Hope in an American City,” as well as “How the Word is Passed,” both of which she wrote for the New York Times and won the Pulitzer Prize. Clint Smith visits eight locales in the United States and abroad in this book to see how each of them views their link to the history of American slavery.

Barack Obama also announced on Twitter that his music and movie suggestions for the year will be released in the coming days. Some of the books chosen by the 44th President of the United States address current concerns such as racism. That is the case with Andrea Elliott’s “Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival, and Hope in an American City,” as well as “How the Word is Passed,” both of which she wrote for the New York Times and won the Pulitzer Prize. Clint Smith visits eight locales in the United States and abroad in this book to see how each of them views their link to the history of American slavery.

Barack Obama announced on Twitter that his music and movie suggestions for the year will be released in the coming days.

It’s the most delightful time of the year when former President Barack Obama releases his list of the year’s best books. It was wonderful to know about a president who reads — and not just serious nonfiction, but novels as well. Furthermore, his book selections are excellent. The blend of memoir, deep dives, and literary fiction, as well as the diversity of voices, is one of our favorites.

We’re grateful that, even though his period as the leader has come to an end, we can still look through his bookcases and benefit from his advice, and that he and Michelle remain such strong advocates for literacy and reading.

The most recent list has 13 book titles he shared on his Twitter handle- the majority of which are fiction. Among them are Colson Whitehead’s “Harlem Shuffle,” a whodunit about a robbery at Harlem’s Theresa Hotel, and Jonathan Franzen’s “Crossroads,” a family tale set in a small American town in the 1970s. Lauren Groff and Anthony Doerr are also on Barack Obama’s list of favorite authors this year, courtesy of their works “Matrix” and “Cloud Cuckoo Land.”

Some of the books chosen by the 44th President of the United States address current concerns such as racism. That is the case with Andrea Elliott’s “Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival, and Hope in an American City,” as well as “How the Word is Passed,” both of which she wrote for the New York Times and won the Pulitzer Prize. Clint Smith visits eight locales in the United States and abroad in this book to see how each of them views their link to the history of American slavery.

Barack Obama also announced on Twitter that his music and movie suggestions for the year will be released in the coming days.

Here’s a list of 13 Book Titles suggested by Barack Obama for the year 2021  

  • Crossroads -Jonathan Franzen
  • These Precious Days – Ann Patchet
  • Harlem Shuffle – Colson Whitehead 
  • Matrix – Lauren Groff 
  • How the word is passed – Clint Smith
  • The Finale revival of Opal and Nev- Dawnie Walton
  • The Lincoln Highway – Amor Towles 
  • Invisible Child: Poverty,  Survival & Hope in American City -Andrea Elliot
  • Cloud Cuckoo Land – Anthony Doerr
  • Crying in H Mart – Michelle Zauner 
  • Aftershocks – Nadia Owusu
  • The Love Songs of W.E.B Du Borris – Honorée Fanonne Jeffers 
  • Beautiful Country – Qian Julie Wang