#YA lit

Books That Bring Us Together

On how books can be grounding during times of struggle and uncertainty.

Giving Up Perfect for My Students

A teacher thinks sets about bulking up her classroom library and arrives at a revelation about her personal library and its pristine collection of books.

On Loving A Book I Did Not Finish

Sometimes you know before you finish a book that it's for you. So it was with this reader with OCD and TURTLES ALL THE WAY DOWN.

Author Tanaz Bhathena talks her new novel THE BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT

Feeling Hungry: 5 YA Books to Devour with your Favorite Snack

Audiobooks For All Kinds of Turbulence

Whether you're dealing with in-flight, political, or personal turbulence, we've got your breaks and breathers covered with these engaging audiobooks.

5 Reasons To Download Radish: A Sneak Peek, Free Reads, and Romance Galore

Check out the new serial read app, Radish.

Growing Up With TWILIGHT

Who can I blame for how much I loved TWILIGHT as a tween? Read this argument for respecting your teen adoration of this text.

7 Of The Best YA Book Subscription Boxes

Here are 7 of the best YA book subscription boxes available for lovers of YA, adults and kids alike.

Queer and Here: 10 QPOC YA Books

With Pride Month in the rearview mirror, here are 10 YA novels starring QPoC for your to-read list this summer.

An Interview with Author Muhammad Khan

Author Muhammad Khan sits down with Lucas to discuss his debut novel I Am Thunder, which focuses on a teenage Muslim girl who becomes radicalized.

Cover Reveal: (DON’T) Call Me Crazy edited by Kelly Jensen

We're revealing the cover for associate editor Kelly Jensen's forthcoming YA anthology (DON'T) Call Me Crazy.

Fall in Love with the First Full Length LOVE, SIMON Trailer

Take a look at the trailer for Love, Simon, the adaptation of Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Five Contemporary YA Novels That Feature Interracial Couples

Read on for some excellent contemporary YA novels that feature interracial couples.

Books My Students Most Frequently Stole From the Classroom

A high school English teacher shares the books from her classroom library that were so popular with her struggling readers that she never saw them again.