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Hi Jessie,

You can create an article on any topic which is 'notable', a term of art on Wikipedia meaning that the subject is covered by multiple independent, reliable sources. For topics like books, Wikipedia has specific guidance which give additional, optional criteria. If a book is the subject of multiple articles/reviews/etc. it need not meet those specific criteria, but if a book won an important award and sources aren't immediately forthcoming in a search it can have an article.

Looking at this specific book, it appears to have plenty of coverage out and about, so I have little doubt it is notable. For specific questions like these you can reach out to your Content Expert via email and we'll be happy to answer there. Their email and talk page are available on the dashboard and should be in your welcome email as well.