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5 YAs Perfect for Galentine’s Day

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5 YAs Perfect for Galentine’s Day

Parks and Recreation gave us many great things, but perhaps the very best was Galentine’s Day, a celebration of female friendship that takes place on...
New Releases: Forbidden Love, a Drag Queen Heist Ring, and a Return to the Grishaverse

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New Releases: Forbidden Love, a Drag Queen Heist Ring, and a Return to the Grishaverse

There are so many reasons to celebrate today, whether you’re a fan of thrillers, heists, and mysteries (oh my!), an avid reader of queer lit, or...
15 YA Books to Read After Loving HBO’s Sharp Objects

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15 YA Books to Read After Loving HBO’s Sharp Objects

If watching Sharp Objects left you with a taste for psychological thrillers, you’ve come to the right place. Gillian Flynn’s debut novel has...
New Releases: Toxic Friendship, Girls in Trouble, and the Midas Touch

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New Releases: Toxic Friendship, Girls in Trouble, and the Midas Touch

There’s a special kind of magic to release days dominated by new voices. Today’s releases include three debuts, one sophomore, and two diverse,...
13 Authors Discuss Ice Skating, Writing Sex, and More in August’s YA Open Mic

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13 Authors Discuss Ice Skating, Writing Sex, and More in August’s YA Open Mic

YA Open Mic is a monthly series in which YA authors share personal stories on topics of their choice. The aim of the series is to peel away the formality...
2018 Anthologies We Can’t Wait For: July–December

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2018 Anthologies We Can’t Wait For: July–December

Talking about anthologies is forever one of my favorite things, because—especially as their shelf presence grows and you start to see repeat...
Those Pesky Kids: Our Favorite Sleuthing Teens

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Those Pesky Kids: Our Favorite Sleuthing Teens

From Scooby Doo to Nancy Drew, mystery solving is something so many of us have loved since we were little kids. But we’re not wee ones anymore, and...
5 Must-Reads if You Loved One of Us is Lying

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5 Must-Reads if You Loved One of Us is Lying

What if one of the kids from The Breakfast Club never emerged from detention—and the remainder of the crew were all suspects in his murder? That’s...
New Releases: Card Sharks, Goddess Girls, and Dangerous Games

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New Releases: Card Sharks, Goddess Girls, and Dangerous Games

Strange the Dreamer, by Laini Taylor In her Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy, a portal fantasy spanning Earth and the angel- and chimaera-populated...
16 Authors Discuss Being Autistic, Dealing with Guilt, and More in March’s YA Open Mic

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16 Authors Discuss Being Autistic, Dealing with Guilt, and More in March’s YA Open Mic

YA Open Mic is a monthly series in which YA authors share personal stories on topics of their choice. The aim of the series is to peel away the formality...
27 of Our Most Anticipated March YA Books

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27 of Our Most Anticipated March YA Books

Ignoring the stark reality of paper cuts and pointy-book-corner bruises, we’re tempted to just roll around in the awesomeness of March’s new YA...
6 Awesome Diverse YA Thrillers To Read Right Now

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6 Awesome Diverse YA Thrillers To Read Right Now

Already addicted to Sabaa Tahir’s An Ember in the Ashes and its sequel, A Torch Against the Night? Of course you are: her thrilling fantasy series...

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