Since Mother’s Day is coming up, I thought you might enjoy starting a Mother-Daughter book club, or just picking one of these wonderful books to read with your daughter. Whether you choose a favorite from your childhood, such as Anne of Green Gables, or introduce a popular children’s novel like The Mighty Miss Malone, reading books with your kids is a great way to bring you together around a shared interest. If you have a daughter with an enthusiasm for history, check out one of my favorites, Revolution is Not a Dinner Party, a gripping story about the Cultural Revolution in China told through the eyes of a young girl. Of course, our suggested list of books is not limited to girls. Pick out historical books that your boys will enjoy like I am Malala or the classic Diary of Anne Frank. Take this Mother’s Day to give yourself the gift of reading a book together with your kids. You will cherish the conversation.