Why Smarty Pants Pia will never recover from not knowing the end of Poseur.
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Smarty Pants Susie reviews the first four books of the childhood classic Betsy-Tacy books by Maud Hart Lovelace.
Author (and redhead) Alison Cherry discusses the pros and cons of segregation by hair color.
How far would you go to be reunited with your favorite book? Smarty Pants Kristy E. reveals her
life of crime dramatic history with Polymer.
Author Ashley Hope Pérez makes the case for insta-translations and glossaries in YA -- and why she doesn't use them.
Author Bryce Moore talks about drawing inspiration from folkore not commonly found in YA.
Real beauty is way more than just skin deep. And author Whitney A. Miller would like to see more reminders of that in YA.
Blogger Stephanie Scott talks about travelling and understanding the world, one book at a time.
Smarty Pants Tiffany plays matchmaker with her favorite YA heroines and heroes.
Obvs, YA lit could use a lot more POC characters. But as author Shana Mlawski points out, ALL characters could stand to be more diverse. (Yes, even the white ones.)