In response to her school's abstinence-only curriculum, Lacey becomes the unofficial sex educator for her classmates in Olivia Hinebaugh's debut.
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In Sara Farizan's latest novel, on-court success draws backlash from racist detractors for a basketball-loving teen.
With this companion novel to Brigid Kemmerer’s Letters to the Lost, we see why Rev deserved his own story in More Than We Can Tell.
Kami Garcia’s Broken Beautiful Hearts wants you to know that even when life is going for the knock-out, you can’t let it beat you down.
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're receiving this, drop everything and tune in to Alice Oseman’s Radio Silence.
When two academic rivals are paired up for an intense assignment, they realize that the only thing standing in their way to freedom is each other.
Jenn Marie Thorne uses light-hearted comedy to tackle subjects like privilege and prejudice in her new book The Inside of Out.
In Sarah Tregay's Fan Art, falling in love with your best friend becomes even more complicated when he doesn't even know you're gay.
Mandy W. gets drawn into the intrigue and swoon of Malinda Lo's sci-fi thriller, Adaptation.
Erin reviews The Milk of Birds by Sylvia Whitman and is ready to hang up her hat, because nothing is ever going to make her feel like this book did.
Meghan reviews Something Like Normal by Trish Doller, and is ready to adopt a squad of Marines (and sea turtles!).
Please read Dreamland Social Club by Tara Altebrando, lest Erin resort to expressing her frustration with drastic acts of hair consumption.