With so many books to choose from, take the guess work out of researching your next read and just take a recommendation from your favorite celebs instead. She elaborates, "I was so drawn to these characters and their unique journeys' as they navigate their dreams."$25$15AmazonFree Trial@ AudibleWhat's Mine And Yours by Naima CosterJenna Bush Hager teases, "We have a vibrant title for our readers this month." The Today host says What's Mine And Yours tells a story of two mothers who "find themselves on opposite sides of a debate about bussing Black kids to a white high school as their kids become friends. And, of course, you can also nab a copy on Kindle Unlimited.readBooks by Boss Ladies We Love: Oprah Winfrey, Hilarie Burton Morgan, Mariah Carey & MoreInfinite Country by Patricia Engel"Infinite Country by Patricia Engel is an exceptionally powerful and illuminating story about a Colombian family torn apart by war and migration," Reese Witherspoon shares about her March book club selection via Instagram. Bush Hager also promises a "really astonishing twist."$28$18AmazonFree Trial@ Audible We are reading the March book club pics below from Katie Holmes, Jenna Bush Hager, Sarah Jessica Parker and other celebrities. Items are sold by the retailer, not E!. Illustration, InstagramWe independently selected these products because we love them, and we hope you do too. Shop with E! Here's a sneak peek some great books to read in March and links where you can buy them! Spring is approaching, which means that the weather will (hopefully) be nice enough to enjoy some outdoor reading. has affiliate relationships, so we may get a commission if you purchase something through our links. class=”article-detail__title article-detail__title–speakable”>March 2021 Celeb Book Club Picks From Reese Witherspoon, Halle Berry, Jennifer Garner & MoreShop their favorite reads from AmazonBy Marenah Dobin Mar 05, 2021 9:00 PMTagsLife/StyleShoppingCelebritiesShop BooksE! The mothers unknowingly tie their families together for generations" in a story "that spans decades" and moves around the globe from North Carolina to Atlanta to Paris.