Barbara Kingsolver (Photo Credit: David Wood)
Barbara Kingsolver is an American author as well as being a poet and an essayist. She earned degrees in Biology at DePauw University and the University of Arizona. Topics covered in her novels include social justice, biodiversity, feminism and how humans interact with their environments. Ever since 1993, all of Kingsolver’s books have made the New York Times Bestseller List. She has won the Orange Prize for Fiction and the National Humanities Medal as well as having being nominated for PEN/Faulkner Award and the Pulitzer Prize.

Barbara Kingsolver became a published author in 1988 with the novel The Bean Trees. Below is a list of Barbara Kingsolver’s books in order of when they were originally published:

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Publication Order of Greer Family Books

The Bean Trees (1988)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Pigs in Heaven (1993)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Animal Dreams (1990)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
The Poisonwood Bible (1998)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Prodigal Summer (2000)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
The Lacuna (2009)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Flight Behavior (2012)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Unsheltered (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Demon Copperhead (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

Publication Order of Short Story Collections

Homeland (1989)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Another America/Otra America (1992)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
How to Fly (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

High Tide in Tucson: Essays from Now or Never (1995)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Holding the Line: Women in the Great Arizona Mine Strike of 1983 (1996)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Small Wonder: Essays (2002)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Last Stand: America's Virgin Lands (2002)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: Our Year of Season Eating (2007)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

Publication Order of Children's Books

Coyote's Wild Home (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

Publication Order of Anthologies

Mid-life Confidential(1994)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
The Eloquent Essay(2000)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Writers on Writing(2001)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
The Best American Short Stories 2001(2001)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Touchstone Anthology of Contemporary Creative Nonfiction(2007)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Sisters(2009)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Hope Beneath Our Feet(2010)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
To Eat with Grace(2014)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Way More than Luck(2015)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Plough Quarterly No. 4: Earth(2015)Description / Buy at Amazon.com
Letters to a Young Farmer(2017)Description / Buy at Amazon.com

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Barbara Kingsolver Synopsis: The Poisonwood Bible is about the wife and daughters of Nathan Price. Price is an evangelical Baptist who brings his family and mission to the Congo in 1959. They bring all their belongings with them, but see it all transformed once it all gets there.

The Lacuna is about Harrison William Shepherd, a man is on the search for his own identity.

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2 Responses to “Order of Barbara Kingsolver Books”

  1. Irene: 9 months ago

    I doubt your narrow puritanical mind allowed you to finish the book, because then you MIGHT have been able to grasp why it won this year’s Nobel Prize for literature.

    It’s impossible to widen your understanding of the world when viewed through a straw.

    it’s impossible to understand what others feel when living life in a bubble of your own device. ..be it physical or psychological.

    It’s impossible to hear what others may teach you, when you tell yourself your words are the only worthy words.

    May your self-sculpted highly-intolerant god take mercy on you for forcing him into such an unempathetic and unjoyful mold.

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  2. Barbara Certain: 1 year ago

    I’ve read every book that Barbara has written and very much enjoyed and looked forward to them. However we seem to have hit a snag with Demon Copperhead,
    I consider it pure filth and so disappointing!!
    Has everybody sank to this degree in order to make a few bucks? Where have her writing skills gone?
    I have no words really to describe how I feel to know I can not read this book nor probably any that she writes from this point on.
    The best thing I can do with this book is to burn it so no one else sees the level the writings have sank to.

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