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
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!
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.
In Gracefully Grayson, Ami Polonsky shows us that sometimes boys can be fancy...and sometimes, they can be girls.
Laura Wettersten's My Fair Lady shows us that there are alternatives to working all summer at Taco Bell.
Michelle Knudsen tells us what we already know: every librarian is an Evil Librarian.
In his memior, My Lobotomy, Howard Dully tells us about his...wow.
In How to Win at High School, Owen Matthews takes winning up the Charlie Sheen level.