9 Books on Sisterhood to Gift on This Raksha Bandhan: This Raksha Bandhan seems like the ideal time to examine the complexities of sibling relationships.
based on the lives of four sisters who are wildly different from one another: mature Meg, tomboyish Jo, reserved Beth, and impressionable Amy.
This book deviates from Hosseini’s regular writing style in that each chapter is written from the perspective of a new character, much like a collection of short stories.
Dostoyevsky’s genre-defying book centers on the lives of three brothers after their father was brutally murdered.
The younger members of the Glass family and Franny and Zooey’s lives are highlighted throughout the book.
This bildungsroman by Bengali author Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay follows a young child named Apu as he fights life’s challenges.
In her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Harper Lee writes about a kind father and his two courageous kids.
The first of Lemony Snicket’s 13 books in the A Series of Unfortunate Events series centers around Violet, Klaus, and Sunny, a little child.
The Percy Jackson author introduces Egyptian deities to contemporary culture in this series.
Although there is a murder in this thriller, the sibling bond is encouraging. On their fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne’s wife vanishes, and he is the main suspect.