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Our Most Anticipated Historical Fiction for the Second Half of 2019
Historical fiction is one of YA’s most underappreciated genres, as anyone who’s tried to research exactly how characters would’ve...
The Downstairs Girl
Author Stacey Lee on Must-Read Historical Fiction
Perhaps the toughest genre for even the most seasoned writer to explore is historical fiction. When done right, it’s intensely complex and...
New Releases: Boat Trips, Oscar Wilde, and Princesses in Love
This week features a new historical YA by master of the genre Stacey Lee, as well as contemporary reads about brotherly bonding; an aspiring medical...
29 of the Best YA Books of August
June and July wish they were this prolific. August is coming in hot with nearly 30 titles to get excited about, from a standalone Star Wars tale by Zoraida...
10 Magical Realism YA Books to Read Right Now
More than fifty years after its publication, One Hundred Years of Solitude is finally coming to a screen near you. Netflix announced earlier this month it...
the year of the pig
7 YA Books to Celebrate Lunar New Year With
Welcome, friends, to the Year of the Pig. The Lunar New Year—which marks the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar—is an annual...
, and 5 More Must-Read YA Westerns
If you like horses, heat, and a highly honed sense of justice, then it’s high time you picked up a western. Though it’s a bit of an...
23 YA Authors Share Their Most Anticipated Books of 2018
We’re only one week into 2018, and it’s already off to a stellar start—at least as far as books are concerned. Don’t believe me? Just ask these...
2017 must reads
26 YA Authors Share Their 2017 Must-Reads
Nothing like a fresh stack of gift cards to inspire some TBR pile building. Luckily, 2017 was chock full of delicious reads deserving of space on your...
6 Diverse Historical YA Must Reads Now In Paperback!
Historical novels, as a genre, can be a hard thing to leap into. They’ve got the lush worldbuilding of fantasy with none of the dragons....
If YA Novels Had R.L. Stine Taglines…
This is not a high-minded post. It has one goal: to celebrate the artistic genius of R.L. Stine, the king of spooky, the creator of all that creeps and...
malteds and murder
6 Books to Read While Waiting for Season Two of
How much did you love the first season of Riverdale on the CW? An admittedly darker and more dramatic version of the goofy and lovable Archie comics, the...
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