ya literature

Sensitivity readers say to the author, “We exist too, and we ought to exist on our terms.”
Many of us know what it's like to navigate at a new high school. Fewer of us know how to do it after losing a parent. But what are you supposed to do if you start getting mysterious emails from someone you don't know?
Get ready for Tim Federle's The Great American Whatever.
Working in an independent bookstore, our mantra is, "So many books, so little time." I took the liberty of sharing five standout titles that have been or will be released in the first half of this year that you absolutely need to read.
The meaning of adulthood is changing. Is the way we read changing along with it?
I've been a fan of Justin Sayre's work for a while now. I watch his stand up on YouTube and love his podcast, "Sparkle & Circulate." His spot-on analysis of gay culture is always a treat and was exceedingly excited when I learned Sayre was working on his first novel for young adults.
“I just wanted to investigate what it would be like to be someone who wasn’t defined by the body they were in.”