Sarah Hannah Gómez

Formerly a school librarian, Sarah Hannah Gómez is a doctoral candidate at the University of Arizona, studying children's and young adult literature with a minor in social, cultural, and critical theory. Find her on Twitter, Instagram, and Clubhouse @shgmclicious

To All the Off-Brand Series I’ve Loved Before

The Magic Attic Club. The Cheetah Girls. Do you remember these junior varsity of lesser known nostalgic children's book series?

Read Harder: An SFF Anthology Edited by a Person of Color

In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read an SFF anthology edited by a person of color.

10+ New Self-Help Books and How to Find More!

Put these new self-help books on reserve at your library or in your digital shopping cart as we bid 2020 adieu, including The Invisible Corset by Lauren Geertsen.

Rioters Behaving Badly With Books

Every Rioter engages in some secret bad reading habits from time to time. You may identify with some of our most "toxic" book traits.

Bookish Swag For, By, or With People of Color

Get your shop on and grab some fabulous bookish swag for, by, or with people of color for your holiday list or whenever!

A Translation Quiz, It is: YA Edition

Here are some popular YA books that have been published outside the United States, with their foreign titles translated back to English. Can you guess from the context clues which books they are?

Non-ALA Book Awards for Children’s and YA Books

The ALA isn't the only organization that honors the best children's and young adult books of the year. Check out these children's book awards.

Meh! Halloween! A Bookish Guide to a Low-Key Halloween

If you're not that into Halloween but you don't want to be left out of the festivities, here's a bookish guide to low-key participation.

5 Books to Read If You Still Have “WAP” on Repeat

If you are here af for the discourse and the artists or would like to be, these books like WAP are the ones you should pick up.

TBR Lists Are Aspirational, Not Doable—And That’s What’s So Great About Them

The power of the TBR isn't in its achievability but in its ability to tell you so much about yourself and your own personal history.