Susan Choi has a new book coming out this month that has gotten a lot of buzz,
For my assignment to read a culturally diverse book, I didn’t just want to read a book with a protagonist who didn’t look like me
How is it already April? How am I going to fit in all the books I want to read this month?
Adriana Mather is a full-time writer, producer, and actor.
The illustrations, the attention to detail, the beauty of the drawings, and the story, I loved it all and I’m so glad I bought this instead of checking it out from the libraries and can see myself returning to it again and again
One of the most hyped books of the month is Once & Future, a LGBTQ+ King Arthur retelling, and I can’t wait to dive into it!
The War Outside takes place in an internment camp in Crystal City, Texas during the 1940s
One of the 2019 PopSugar Reading Challenges is a book with over a million Goodreads ratings
People who know me know I don’t LOVE fantasy, but since this was a class assignment, I decided to shoot for a fantasy/sci-fi novel that would fit my other interests.
Beloved YA author Ally Condie is back with a new book, the Last Voyage of the Poe Blythe, and I can’t wait to dive into it.
Andrew Clements, the king of the middle grade novel, is back with The Friendship War, a tale of collection, buttons, friendship, and fads
Back in January, I put the author spotlight on Kieran Scott, and today, I’m putting it on her pseudonym: Kate Brian