A Star is Born gets a country-teen crossover in You’d Be Mine by Erin Hahn
In an attempt to be a better librarian one day, I’ve tried to step outside my reading comfort zone in 2019
YA fiction that packs a real punch? Yes please
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.
The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein is the perfect horror read 200 years post Frankenstein.
The 57 Bus is true crime meets social justice meets great reporting.
My YA literature class this spring asks us to read a “banned or challenged book” that we haven’t read, and coincidentally, right around that time I won a Twitter book giveaway and a signed, original ARC of the Continent, before the rewrite, landed on my doorstep. I couldn’t help myself.
Set against the backdrop of the 1871 Great Chicago Fire, When We Caught Fire is a historical romance with a love triangle, an impending wedding, a lot of talk about “society” and a great ominous foreboding sense about the whole thing.
I discovered Emma Mills when one of her books, Foolish Hearts, was featured in the Owlcrate box back in December 2017.
I had never even heard of Neal Shusterman until I started an internship at Simon & Schuster and discovered his Arc of Scythe series on our take shelf! Now, I find myself eagerly anticipating reading his next book Dry.
The queen of YA contemporary is back and she’s taking it to Hollywood this time.
City of Ghosts is the first middle grade novel by Victoria Schwab (also know as VE) and it’s also the first book I’ve read by Schwab and I was not disappointed