Anna-Marie McLemore’s latest novel, Wild Beauty, is another magical-realism-story-featuring-beautiful-diversity-and-LGBTQ+-characters home run.
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Nothing is what it seems in E. Lockhart's exquisitely twisted Genuine Fraud.
Megan Whalen Turner returns (after an excruciating wait) with Thick As Thieves. The bad news: it's a bridge book. The good news: it's a really good bridge book.
If you're receiving this, drop everything and tune in to Alice Oseman’s Radio Silence.
Julie Murphy has truly outdone herself with Ramona Blue, a heroine who deserves a spot next to Anne Shirley and Jessica Darling.
Want to start exploring the world of historical YA fiction, but don't know where to start? We've got you covered.
March to your nearest copy of John Lewis' graphic novel memoir of the Civil Rights Movement.
Angie Thomas' phenomenal and essential debut is a thoughtful examination of systemic racism.
A.S. King brings her deft touch to Middle Grade in a story about a young boy and the incredible creature that he befriends.
Jennifer Latham's brilliant Dreamland Burning is so much more than just the story of a girl uncovering a historical mystery.