Can Josh win the heart of the girl of his dreams, or will they end up being Just Friends? Find out in the most formulaic YA I've read in a while.
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Something a little strange is afoot around Bone Lake in Lindsey Klingele's latest, The Truth Lies Here.
In The Rule of One, Ashley and Leslie Saunders create a world in which being an only child is the law-enforced norm.
Virginia Boecker's newest release is a Shakespearian romp that features the Bard himself, plus spies, murder plots, forbidden romance, and assassins in disguise.
A group of middle school students attempt to solve a mystery, find a treasure, learn about the civil rights movement, patch up a family feud, and deal with their first crushes. There. The ultimate middle grade novel.
In order to become a doctor in 18th century, a woman must be willing to study more, try harder, read more books, fight more museum gaurds, kiss more pirates, and patch up more battle injuries than any man.
I can totally picture Natalie C. Parker singing girl-power sea shanties while writing her latest adventure, Seafire.
In Blanca & Roja, Anna-Marie McLemore uses her magical storytelling to infuse Latinx flavor into some familiar fairy tales.
What if two YA superstars teamed up for a charming romance? (Spoiler: it'd be awesome.)
Karen M. McManus' whodunnit is The Breakfast Club meets Pretty Little Liars with a dash of Gossip Girl sprinkled in, and that combo totally works.