In Jen Wang's latest graphic novel, a young seamstress is hired to secretly create dresses for a prince.
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Ready to spend the best summer of her life studying art in Europe, Nora's plans are foiled when her overbearing mother decides to tag along in Dana Schwartz's debut novel And We're Off.
An iconic stage presence and a Resistance spy, civil rights activist, and mother of twelve? Meet your newest historical girlfriend!
Get swept up in The Conspiracy of Us, the action-packed debut from Maggie Hall.
In Pénélope Bagieu's graphic novel, a young woman stumbles onto a secret that could turn the literary world upside down.
'S wonderful, 's marvelous to watch this Audrey Hepburn-Fred Astaire classic before it disappears from Netflix.
The second book in the Dispossessed series—The Lovely and the Lost—falls prey to a bit of Bridge Book Blues, but is entertaining nonetheless.
Prepare to be charmed by the unlikely bromance at the heart of this French dramedy.
Stephanie Perkins' Isla and the Happily Ever After is well worth the wait -- TRUST.
Step up to the FYA laboratory for some highly scientific analysis of the StreetDance series to take center stage!
Beautiful art in a beautiful city? Mandy W. says oui to Starry Nights by Daisy Whitney.
Mandy C. reviews Page Morgan’s The Beautiful and the Cursed, in which characters stop being polite ... and start getting surreal.
Alix wants you to vicariously join her on a field trip to Paris in this week's Netflix Fix, Charade.
Posh could spend a whole year inside the compelling world of Gayle Forman's Just One Day
Surprise! Your June calendar is here a day early. The only thing better would be if it came with that bottle of wine.
Jenny reviews Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly, in which two girls -- centuries apart -- search for Louis-Charles, the ill-fated dauphin of France.
Posh reviews Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. Comment dit-on "TERRIBLE COVER" en français?