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Get Out meets The Hate U Give in ONE OF THE GOOD ONES [Inkyard Press, Jan. 5], by sister-author duo Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite (Dear Haiti, Love Alaine). Here is a multi-POV story and poignant exploration of prejudice–in the unexpected form of a road trip narrative. In its starred review, Kirkus says of the book: ⭐“This novel … is an explosive look behind the hashtags at race and history, (read more…)

Rebel Girls cover

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…)

Question: What do these three fabulous books have in common? Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now by Dana L. Davis (Harlequin Teen)   Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig (Park Row Books)   Cadaver & Queen by Alisa Kwitney (Harlequin Teen)   Answer: They’re all on the TLA Tayshas2019* reading list! Congrats to Dana, Ben, and Alisa!   *The goal of the TAYSHAS reading list is to motivate young adults to become livelong (read more…)

Mallory O'Meara author photo

  Attending ALA MW Seattle in January? Don’t miss Mallory O’Meara (The Lady from the Black Lagoon, Hanover Square, March 2019) and other fantastic authors at the LibraryReads Author Breakfast at the Sheraton on Monday, 1/28 at 8:30 am. Be sure to RSVP by January 7! For more details, click here.   Don’t wait until ALA MW to preview Mallory’s book! The Lady from the Black Lagoon is available for request now at (read more…)

Welcome to spooky season!   No matter if you’re spending it concocting witchy brews or hunting for ghosts, Harlequin has books (and a bonus cocktail) to suit every Halloween mood: Nightingale (On Sale Now; Harlequin Teen) June is different. June is hysterical. June is in danger. The Witch of Willow Hall (On Sale Now; Graydon House) Strange power, fierce love, and a past that refuses to stay buried. Toil & (read more…)