Check out the cover for AN EARL, THE GIRL, AND A TODDLER, a historical romance by Vanessa Riley!
From decades' old literature to more recent "instant classics," explore some of the queer YA classics that continue to be relevant.
Find a great read among these OwnVoices YA books about disability, including Even If We Break by Marieke Nijkamp. Support these works to show publishing the need for representation.
Tune into these great audiobooks by Black authors written and performed by Black creatives, including How We Fight For Our Lives by Saeed Jones.
Honor the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act with these books about disability, including Disability Visability by Alice Wong.
LGBTQ+ Rioters talk about some of the queer books they've been enjoying, as well as the books that gave them space to explore queerness.
Check out the cover for A PHO LOVE STORY a forthcoming YA, #ownvoices romantic comedy by Loan Le.
Check out the cover reveal and excerpt for the reissued YA own voices classic, FINDING MY VOICE by Marie Myung-OK Lee.
Three debut novels to get excited about right now.
It's Autism Acceptance Month and these fiction and nonfiction autism books are here to help you expand your understanding of autism.
The disabled community is so diverse that it’s especially important to publish and read #OwnVoices books by disabled authors with various disabilities.
Publishers are ignoring own voices reviews to the detriment of own voices books and these Bookstagrammers and BookTubers are over it.
Roxane Gay has done it again, this time on Australian TV and strengthening #OwnVoices with the words: "Personal Experience is not the Metric for Reality."