Kelly Jensen

Kelly is a former librarian and a long-time blogger at STACKED. She's the editor/author of (DON'T) CALL ME CRAZY: 33 VOICES START THE CONVERSATION ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH and the editor/author of HERE WE ARE: FEMINISM FOR THE REAL WORLD. Her next book, BODY TALK, will publish in Fall 2020. Follow her on Instagram @heykellyjensen.

Book Rings To Add Literature To Your Fingers

Put books not just at your fingertips, but on your fingers as well with this collection of rad book rings for readers.

Teen Girls of Color in YA Historical Fiction

Clear space on your shelves and your TBR for these teen girls of color leading in these books of YA historical fiction, including Butterfly Yellow by Thanhha Lai.

Save Your Place With These Pressed Flower Bookmarks

Love nature and flowers? You will want to snap up every single one of these gorgeous pressed flower bookmarks.

Celebrate #FillEveryShelf And Help Pack Classroom Libraries

Set your alarm for tomorrow at 7 a.m. EDT and help pack classrooms across the U.S. with books with the DonorsChoose #FillEveryShelf campaign.

An A to Z Guide to Literary Devices and Tools

Nerd out over this A to Z guide to literary devices and tools. Use it for your own reading knowledge or to own your next trivia game.

Weed The Racist Books, Libraries

Librarians: you have the permission slip in your hands to weed the racist books from your collection. Use it.

Rainbows of Love: Bookish Goods for LGBTQ+ Readers

Show off your love of all things Pride reading with these bookish gifts for queer readers, including sticker, tees, pins, and more.

Upgrade Your Space By Decorating With Books

Whether with plants, on tables, or with old books, decorating with books has never been easier or packed with creative options.

The Most Popular In-Demand Books In U.S. Libraries: October–December 2020

From antiracism books to Reese's YA book club picks, here are the most uniquely popular books in US libraries from Quarter 4, 2020.

Gifts For Readers Who Love Books and Cats

The purrfect goods for readers who fall in the center of the "loves books" and "loves cats" Venn diagram. Meow!