March to your nearest copy of John Lewis' graphic novel memoir of the Civil Rights Movement.
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Lauren Graham's Talking as Fast as I Can is mandatory for fans.
Dead Feminists: Historic Heroines in Living Color is a gorgeous book of letterpress art and women who changed the world.
Ann Shen's Bad Girls Throughout History: 100 Remarkable Women Who Changed the World is a delightfully illustrated introduction to female idols, new and old.
Veteran children's television actor Sonia Manzano tells us about her early life on the mean streets. And not Sesame Street.
Finally, the US gets a copy of Rae Earl's 1989 teenage diary.
Aziz Ansari and Eric Klinenberg take an in-depth look into the world of Modern Romance.
Winifred Conkling's Radioactive! is an interesting biography of two female physicists who had an incredible impact on nuclear physics.
In his memior, My Lobotomy, Howard Dully tells us about his...wow.
Jason Schmidt's memoir of a terrible childhood is heartbreaking and occasionally hilarious.
Brian reviews a guide to romance he bought at a truckstop, because why the hell not.
Pamela Ribon's Notes To Boys (And Other Things I Shouldn't Share In Public), a memoir about youth in the days before the internet, is choke-on-your-champagne funny.
A true story of a young man living in Belfast, where life is a day violent struggle for survival and identity. After all, it's not easy having two brothers.
Alix reviews Rapture Practice, Aaron Hartzler's memoir about growing up as a fundamentalist Christian.
A review of Kerry Cohen's memoir, Loose Girl, about her youth of promiscuity.
Dr. FYA calls on school librarians to find some gritty non-fiction for reluctant readers.
A review of Persepolis and Persepolis 2 by Marjane Satrapi, a story about how much it sucks to grow up in a revolution.