Randy Ribay’s An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes follows four diverse teens on a poorly thought-out road trip.
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Rainbow Rowell’s Kindred Spirits, a short story written for the U.K.'s World Book Day 2016, is a humorous and thoughtful examination of what it means to be a nerd.
If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its life believing it is stupid.
When Julie moves in with a family friend, she quickly realizes the Watkins house holds a handful of attractive offspring and a very dark secret.
Meg Leder explores first love, friendship, and all the sweetly messy stuff that comes with it in her debut novel The Museum of Heartbreak.
No matter how smart or popular anyone is, Susin Nielsen's middle grade contemporary is a reminder that We Are All Made of Molecules.
Get ready to geek out over Emery Lord's tale of grief, romance and Quiz Bowl.
Philip Siegals The Breakup Artist. Pick up the phone, I'm always at home...
Looking for an excuse to sit on your couch and drink all night? Welcome to our newest series.
Smart Girls Get What They Want scores an A+ in fun.
Tom Taylor's In Memory of Todd Woods gets the dude review treatment from Brian Katcher
A review of Before You Go by James Preller, a book so overwhelmingly BOY it almost hurts (ok, the fact that it's a sad book prooooobably contributed to that hurt).
Resident Badass Meredith gives a rundown of the awesome YA cliches in 21 Jump Street.
Posh lists the many clichés found in Disney's Prom.
A review of Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery, aka Little Jenny's greatest YA influence.