Beautiful Music For Ugly Children by Kirstin Cronn-Mills shows us how to get by with a little help from your friends. And St. Elvis.
There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom!: A member of the male species dares to step foot into our YA world.Book ReportThere's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom! Book ReportThere's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom!
What happens when you combine a close-knit group of friends, a female comic book artist, and the end of the world? Brian and his nine-year-old daughter Sophie review Melissa Keil's illustrated book The Incredible Adventures of Cinnamon Girl.
How does a young lesbian find romantic fulfillment? Step one: get the hell out of Duluth. Welcome to My Year Zero, by Rachel Gold.
Sarah Dooley's Free Verse shows us the poetry of the mines: the rattle of the belt and the cutter's blade.
Kerrie Logan Hollihan's account of the War to End All Wars. It's been a hundred years, how's that working out?
They always say you should fall in love with your best friend. But in Will Walton's debut novel, a boy falls in love with his straight buddy. Hey, Anything Could Happen, right?
Thirteen Chairs: Dave Shelton's short story take on the campfire tale.
Carrie Mesrobian's Cut Both Ways tackles the B in LGBTQ.
Sarah Crossan's One is the typical story of the give and take of being a twin sister. Especially when you share a pelvis.
Three hipsters organize The Truth Commission to root out the veracity of all the gossip at their school. I'm sure everyone will be pleased.