"Aristotle and Dante Dive Into the Waters of the World" picks up where Sáenz's 2012 coming-of-age tale left off. It's due out this fall.
And so compelling, she said, "that even their racist ass was going to see it.”
These brilliant new titles feature a panoply of diverse characters and stories.
He claimed to have been blurbed by Chinua Achebe and earned a Ph.D. from Oxford. Turns out, not so much.
Evidence emerged that a YA book gamed its way onto the NYT best-seller list. Now the author is making her case -- but is anyone buying it?
This will be the first novel in six years (!!!) for the "Fault in Our Stars" author.
The "Everything, Everything" star spoke highly of the movie's portrayal of a biracial family.
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There are concrete actions to take, as well. Calling government representatives and demanding accountability. Volunteering
A picture is worth a hundred pages of storytelling, at least.