From family feuds to school-wide rivalries, fall in love with these star-crossed contemporary YA romances!
Reading queer historical fiction, including Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo, is so vital because for so long queer history has been overlooked, brushed aside, or simply never spoken.
These witchy YA reads are everything from light and sweet to sinister magical murder, with settings ranging from Salem to California.
From colorful picture books and joyful YA novels to literary fiction, here are the best Pride celebrations in fiction to add to your June TBR!
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It's hard to keep up with all the great queer YA books, but here are a few more heartwarming ones to read during Pride!
Have you ever loved a character so much that you just want to watch their entire lives unfold? Luckily for us, these books, including When Women Were Dragons by Kelly Barnhill, deliver on that!
Good historical fiction books for teens, including A Sitting in St. James, are able to put readers in the shoes of the very real experiences of people throughout history.
Mysteries seem to have a default of a murdered woman at the center of them, but these YA mysteries and thrillers, including Cold by Mariko Tamaki, take a different approach.
One of the latest trends in YA book covers features a girl's face surrounded by flowers and can be for any genre, even horror!