With all of their character growth snd plot development, YA and middle grade books have a lot of teach. Here are a few memorable lessons.
We can't always head out on an epic road trip on a whim, but these romantic YA road trip stories, including Melt With You by Jennifer Dugan, are almost as good as the real thing.
Young readers and adults alike find inspiration in superhero stories, which is why it's so important that we can all see ourselves represented there.
These recent reads set during and after World War II feature characters falling in love, coming of age, and finding courage in the face of tragedy.
From gossipy book clubs to flame wars on Twitter, bookish groups can be fraught. Here are some ways to build a positive bookish community.
From middle grade adventure to adult space opera, add these sci-fi and fantasy releases to your TBR in May, including Zachary Ying and the Dragon Emperor by Xiran Jay Zhao.
It's powerful to see mental health issues depicted in different types of art, and Oscar Isaac in MOON KNIGHT has blown me away.
How many portrayals of Batman have you seen over the years? One reader— and watcher— recounts the many Batmans of her life and their merits.
What makes a character badass? Is it a way with words? Fierceness? Here are a few badass heroines in YA fantasy with all that and more.
During some of the hardest times in my life, while my mind was otherwise consumed with anxiety, reading helped me to find peace and escape.