We are so inspired by all the athletes who are kicking butt in the winter games so we decided to match some of our fave YA with our fave Olympic sports. Whether you’re a bobsled person or the figure skating type, we have the perfect winter YA for you.
We can’t all be star athletes, but we CAN all be star readers, so grab one of these reads to satisfy your winter book nerd needs.
Bobsledding—Winterfolk by Janel Kolby
When we think of bobsledding, we automatically think of winter. That’s why we’re suggesting you read Winterfolk by Janel Kolby if your fave winter sport is bobsledding. Simple as that.
Snowboarding—Down and Across by Arvin Ahmadi
“Down and across” is exactly what snowboarding is all about. This book was basically written to support all you snowboarding enthusiasts. Like snowboarders everywhere, the main character comes across some challenges and high-speed chases. An adventure awaits you.
Speed Skating—Things I’m Seeing Without You by Peter Bognanni
This book is all about finding new things to love after the thing you love most is gone. It’s an emotional journey and a fast-paced read—sort of like speed skating. Make sure you have loads of tissues ready when you pick up this one . . . you’re gonna need them.
Ice Hockey—Blood of a Thousand Stars by Rhoda Belleza
Ice hockey literally equals the blood of a thousand (hockey) stars. In this high-risk novel, you’ll find love and war and hopefully not too much blood.
Curling—The Book of Dust by Philip Pullman
Curling is the most hilariously entertaining sport to watch. One thing you NEVER want when curling? Dust. But one thing you DEFINITELY want to read? The Book of Dust.
Figure Skating—Reign of the Fallen by Sarah Glenn Marsh
Let’s face it, figure skating is the gymnastics of the winter Olympics. The winners automatically become global royalty, so no one really wants to be the fallen. But Reign of the Fallen is certainly something that you need on your TBR.