Nonfiction is where things get really juicy! Get a firsthand look at the truth of AAPI experiences with nonfiction by AAPI authors, starting with Reppin’: Pacific Islander Youth and Native Justice, edited by Keith L. Camacho.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, but what does that label really mean? Here's what readers should know.
Get to know some of the most influential Asian American literature of all time, including Dictee.
It's May, which means it's AAPI Heritage Month, so what better time than now to take a quiz and get a recommendation for a poetry collection, like Goddess Muscle by Karlo Mila.
These middle grade AAPI and Asian historical fiction books, including Troublemaker by John Cho, transport readers into past, learning about important moments in history.
Pick up some excellent YA books featuring part-Asian characters, by part-Asian writers, including Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi.
Don't miss out on these excellent new books for AAPI Heritage Month, including The Chosen and the Beautiful by Nghi Vo.
Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by reading the AAPI authors that Book Riot readers think everyone should know!
Find 20 wonderful children's books by AAPI writers and illustrators, and add stories of different cultures and experiences to your shelves.
From historical adventures to modern stories to sci-fi worlds and vivid fantasies, take a look at these YA books by AAPI authors, including Luck of the Titanic by Stacey Lee.