Want to get better at writing? Get bored! In this essay, author Jeff Zentner reveals the “mother of imagination” and shares Rayne & Delilah’s Midnite Matinee’s strange origin story.
Whether you’re going through a tough time yourself or just love to read with a box of tissues by your side, you’ll love these books about tapping inner strength!
At one point in our lives, we’ve all felt like misfits. These YA novels remind us that every weirdo deserves an amazing love story.
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Grab your cape, because the Captain Marvel movie will get you pumped about female superheroes, and it’s about time. This film has us obsessing over books about kickass characters who aren’t afraid to take on the world. . .
Check out this Q&A with author Erika Sánchez, where she tells us more about her inspiration, what it means to be a "perfect Mexican daughter," and why she wanted to write this important book.
Can we all agree that March feels like the longest month and that the only way to survive all 31 million days is to read more books? Ok great, check out our picks for March!
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2019 is sure to be another revolutionary year for black authors and stories in YA. . .
Check out the latest news about the upcoming movie adaption of The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon!
Just because February is the shortest month of the year, doesn't mean we can slack on getting through those TBR piles! Check out our picks for the month of February. . .