Gregory Funaro's middle grade novel shows us that that there are alternatives to that letter from Hogwarts.
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!
In Brent Hartinger's latest book, Russel Middlebrook and his boyfriend move to LA so Russel can make it big as a screenwriter. Nothing could be easier, right? I hope they don't end up Barefoot In the City of Broken Dreams.
Kris Dinnison's book You and Me and Him introduces us to a threesome of the most unsexy kind.
In Antony John's latest, a boy named Seth goes from acting in a community theater play to being cast in the next Hollywood blockbuster. So why does he feel like everyone's an Imposter, including himself?
Denial, Anger, Depression, Bargaining, Acceptance: The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley, by Shaun David Hutchinson.
It's hard for a young man to find his way in the world. Especially when he's made of corpse pieces and he's dating two sisters who share the same body. Hey, It's a Broken, Wondrous World. By Jon Scovron
Sarvenaz Tash takes us back to the original Woodstock concert, for a Three Day Summer.
Eight teens. A haunted house. Two guns. No, it's not the next reality show sensation. It's Ghosting, by Edith Pattou.
Lamar Giles shows us how much the simple act of revenge can Endanger you.
Ben doesn't like the idea of his father having a boyfriend. So the family takes The Last Exit to Normal in a final attempt to start over. By Michael Harmon.