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Category: Teen

If’ you’re like us and have been hiding from a heatwave all week, you probably just want to curl up inside all day with a good book and a cool treat. Thankfully, Inkyard has got you covered with “Cool Books, Cool Treats,” a suggested reading guide that pairs your sweet tooth with titles by some of your favorite YA authors–curated during our former life as Harlequin TEEN! Refresh yourself with (read more…)

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To the surprise of absolutely NONE of us, the enchanting YA debut by Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite, Dear Haiti, Love Alaine [Sept. 3, Inkyard Press], has earned another starred review! Publishers Weekly calls Dear Haiti “an alternately funny and bittersweet story of loss, regret, love, and sacrifice, centered on the fictional female descendants of real-life Haitian queen Marie-Louise Coidavid. Seamlessly blending story lines and allusions to Haiti’s history and culture, (read more…)

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We are thrilled that Elizabeth Keenan’s YA novel of 90s nostalgia and bipartisan girl power, Rebel Girls [Inkyard Press, Sept. 10], just earned a starred review! Says Kirkus: “Keenan creates a timely narrative that will challenge teens to reflect on their personal values and engage in respectful discourse…A must-read.” Don’t miss this very necessary novel about two very different sisters on two very opposite sides of the abortion debate who (read more…)

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Hey librarians, we have an exciting lineup of 2020 YA titles coming down the pipeline, and we thought we’d give you a sneak peek at three of the first releases of the new year.     Download our free digital sampler of: Abigail Johnson’s sparkling dual narrative romance, Every Other Weekend;  Eric Smith’s Don’t Read the Comments, an #OwnVoices novel with one foot in the gaming world and one foot (read more…)

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Meet Alaine Beauparlant: she’s a whip-smart aspiring journalist whose revenge-against-the-mean-girls prank goes very awry, and she is sent to live with her posh aunt in her family’s native Haiti to do volunteer work as penance. There, she will uncover family secrets that may or may not be related to a family curse, navigate her fraught (and heartbreaking) relationship with her brilliant journalist mother, and ultimately come to embrace her beautifully (read more…)

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