Books That Capture the Spirit of Fall

It’s officially fall, y’all! Autumn, fall, Halloween month, whatever you’d like to call it, it’s a season full of magic, both figurative and literal. While spooky season is a highlight, Thanksgiving and the fall foliage are both delights. There are a few things that exude the spirit of autumn—candles, apple cider, caramel, cozy sweaters, and books! Below you’ll find reads that go hand in hand with apple cider and a full moon.

19 Love Songs by David Levithan 

19 Love Songs

19 Love Songs

By David Levithan

On Sale 12.08.20

19 Love Songs is an anthology penned by one of the most prolific authors of YA romance, David Levithan. And it is filled with many different iterations of love. If you want a nightcap that will leave your head in the clouds and your heart swirling with emotions, then you might’ve found the perfect read.

A Universe of Wishes edited by Dhonielle Clayton 

A Universe of Wishes

A Universe of Wishes

By Dhonielle Clayton

On Sale 12.08.20

Saying “magic is everywhere” may be a bit cheesy, but hear us out. This October, we’ll have not one but two full moons, so magic IS bound to be all around us. For a magical season, we propose an even more magical read! With pages filled with monsters, magic, love, and despair, this anthology is perfect with a hot chocolate.

American Royals II: Majesty by Katharine McGee

American Royals II: Majesty

American Royals II: Majesty

By Katharine McGee

There’s a vibrancy to fall that’s quite magical. It’s the perfect season to fall in love, to get wrapped up in some high-stakes drama, and to welcome a new reign to the monarchy of the United States. If you like your drama served with a side of piping-hot royalTEA, this may be the perfect page-turner for you.

Coming Up for Air by Nicole B. Tyndall 

Coming Up for Air

Coming Up for Air

By Nicole B. Tyndall

On Sale 12.15.20

You knew this was coming, right? An adorable love story plus fall foliage is the perfect combo. This YA whirlwind romance finds Hadley, our lovable but defensive protagonist, not wanting anything to do with love. But love happens anyway in the form of an adorable jock named Braden. The rest is an emotional roller coaster that makes your heart swell and your palms sweat. That’s the best kind of love.

His Dark Materials: Serpentine by Philip Pullman

His Dark Materials: Serpentine

By Philip Pullman

Are you in need of something a tad more fantastical? Well, fear not! We’ve got the perfect read for you. If you’re a fan of His Dark Materials and you’ve been craving additional content, this book focuses on the young adventurers Lyra and her dæmon, Pan, as they venture back to the North

How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather 

How to Hang a Witch

How to Hang a Witch

By Adriana Mather

Does everyone love autumn with a side of witchy goodness, or is it just us? Hopefully you do, since this read is one you don’t want to miss. Mean Girls meets the Salem Witch Trials in this page-turner. Add in a ghost, a curse, and a mystery that needs to be solved, and you’ve got yourself a spooky read for a crisp fall evening.

The Camelot Betrayal by Kiersten White

The Camelot Betrayal

The Camelot Betrayal

By Kiersten White

On Sale 11.10.20

The tales of Camelot aren’t limited to the fall, but there is something about them that makes them a fun read for the upcoming months. In this sequel to The Guinevere Deception, we find our hero at another impasse, only this time, her past threatens to destroy her future. Knights, magic, and castles feel so right to cozy up with as the months get colder.

This Is My America by Kim Johnson 

This Is My America

This Is My America

By Kim Johnson

This race-against-the-clock mystery grapples with the prison-industrial complex, what it means to a Black American, and how this country continues to harm the oppressed. Tracy Beaumont, a seventeen-year-old from a small town in Texas, fights to get her father off death row. This powerful thriller entertains while shining light on the Black American experience.

Unravel the Dusk by Elizabeth Lim 

Unravel the Dusk

Unravel the Dusk

By Elizabeth Lim

Fall has to be the best season for fashion, no? The cozy sweaters, trench coats, soft hoodies, and layers of fabulousness make you long for New York Fashion Week. If you like a bit of myth with your fashion, this magical sequel follows Maia, who wove three fine dresses out of the sun, the moon, and the stars. This time around she gets to wear a few of them as a stand-in bride for the king, who is trying to keep the kingdom from launching into an all-out war.

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