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Get to know a young artist through her own thoughts in Kayla Cagan’s Piper Perish.
Dead Feminists: Historic Heroines in Living Color is a gorgeous book of letterpress art and women who changed the world.
A teenage artist realizes the harrowing truth about the deeply ingrained violence in her family, with the help of younger and older versions of herself.
Nina LaCour and David Levithan team up for this sweet San Francisco Pride week tale.
Kat Howard's dark, sexy (adult) book explores art, sisterhood, and escaping an abusive childhood. Also, there are really hot dudes.
In Da Vinci’s Tiger, L.M. Elliot takes an educated guess at the story behind one of Leonardo da Vinci’s earliest works.
Author Özge Samanci stops by to dish on the creative process for her new memoir graphic novel.
Jenn Bennett brings the steam and the swoon in this San Francisco-set romance between two budding artists.
Heather Demetrios' I'll Meet You There is the kind of book that'll stay with you for a long, long time.
Trust Jandy Nelson to make heartbreak a blissfully gorgeous experience.
Adele Griffin’s The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone tells the story of an unusual girl through the recollections of her friends, family and acquaintances.
This Is How I Find Her by Sara Polsky. One day changed her life. But what comes after?
Beautiful art in a beautiful city? Mandy W. says oui to Starry Nights by Daisy Whitney.
Forever Young Adult presents: a review of The Fine Art of Truth or Dare by Melissa Jensen
A review of Okay For Now by Gary D. Schmidt, in which awesome grownups help shape a boy without a good family role model.
Meghan reviews Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys, a profound story of one family's hardships in a Siberian work camp.
A review of Heist Society by Ally Carter, a fabulous escape for anyone who's ever wanted to be a badass art thief (i.e. EVERYONE).