This win­ter, we’re excit­ed to cozy up with these ten ter­rif­ic books. From stun­ning rev­e­la­tions about stolen art to the dark, orig­i­nal Bam­bi sto­ry, we have your win­ter read­ing covered!

Flight and Meta­mor­pho­sis by Nel­ly Sachs, trans­lat­ed by Joshua Weiner 

Weath­er Girl by Rachel Lynn Solomon 

The Van­ished Col­lec­tion by Pauline Baer de Perignon, trans­lat­ed by Natasha Lehrer

The Orig­i­nal Bam­bi: The Sto­ry of a Life in the For­est by Felix Salten, trans­lat­ed by Jack Zipes, illus­trat­ed by Alen­ka Sottler

Read more on this in Paper Brigade with Not Meant for Chil­dren” by Jack Zipes.

Always Remem­ber Your Name by Andra Buc­ci, Tatiana Buc­ci, trans­lat­ed by Ann Goldstein

Woman on Fire by Lisa Barr

From Dust, a Flame by Rebec­ca Podos

Simona is the Jew­ish Book Coun­cil’s man­ag­ing edi­tor of dig­i­tal con­tent and mar­ket­ing. She grad­u­at­ed from Sarah Lawrence Col­lege with a con­cen­tra­tion in Eng­lish and His­to­ry and stud­ied abroad in India and Eng­land. Pri­or to the JBC she worked at Oxford Uni­ver­si­ty Press. Her writ­ing has been fea­tured in LilithThe Nor­mal School, Dig­ging through the Fat, and oth­er pub­li­ca­tions. She holds an MFA in fic­tion from The New School.