Tillie Walden’s memoir, Spinning, is a poignant look at youth sports, first love, and growing up.
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Get on the court (or field or diamond or rink) with these books.
Sisters can be terrible, but the ones who might be actual psychopaths are definitely the worst.
A look back at memorable moments from the Olympics so far!
A soccer star strikes up a steamy romance while trying to redeem herself after making a big mistake.
The magic of the Cirque Americain is back in Gwenda Bond’s Girl in the Shadows.
In honour of the upcoming Olympics, author Nat Luurtsema dishes on her favourite Olympic sport.
Romeo and Juliet meet Nancy Drew—at the circus—in Gwenda Bond’s Girl on a Wire.
The main character of Paula Stokes’ Girl Against the Universe might be the unluckiest girl in the word, or she might just have some growing to do.
Old people have secrets too.
Just FYI: This is not a sports documentary (and Becks isn’t really the film’s draw).
Lori Rader-Day takes a look at the darker side of small-town living—and high school memories—in Little Pretty Things.
Derek E. Sullivan's book about a morbidly obese baseball player strikes out in one big way.
Become a fan of futuristic zero-gravity boxing in Fonda Lee’s debut novel, Zeroboxer.
Diana Renn’s Latitude Zero involves competitive cycling and a sketchy criminal enterprise, but it never quite reaches finish line levels of excitement.
The Winter Olympics are in full swing! So obviously, Mandy W. had to watch a hockey movie.
Lauren Morrill's Being Sloane Jacob is about an identity swap between a figure skater and a hockey player, so YEAH OBVIOUSLY Mandy W. would be game.
Mandy won't be looking for a rematch with The Academy: Game On by Monica Seles and James LaRosa.
Alix performs some highly scientific research on the modern classic gymnastics movie, Stick It, and finds Haley Graham guilty of HOTNESS.
A review of Jarrah Loh's Fighting The Storm, the first book in the Tommy Knuckles trilogy. Enough talking. Let's start punching things.
Erin reviews Annabel Pitcher's My Sister Lives on the Mantlepiece, a story of the wild romance of grief and the tiny blossoms of hope. REQUIRED READING, Y'ALL.
Andrew Cotto's The Domino Effect takes the testosterone level up to a 9.
Forever Young Adult presents: A review of The Final Four by Paul Volponi
Erin reviews Sweet Valley High books 51-55 in the form of a drinking game! Yay! The dramz just got even more entertaining.
Erin tries but can't make it through Kody Keplinger's Shut Out, in which one girl institutes a sex strike to protest against a longstanding sports rivalry.
A review of Now is the Time for Running by Michael Williams, in which a Zimbabwean boy turns to his love of soccer to escape the horrors of reality.
A review of Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes by Chris Crutcher, a story of the deep, profound bond between two outcasts.
A review of Okay For Now by Gary D. Schmidt, in which awesome grownups help shape a boy without a good family role model.
Posh is a huge fan of the Dairy Queen Trilogy by Catherine Gilbert Murdock.