Sarah S. Davis

Sarah S. Davis holds a BA in English from the University of Pennsylvania, a Master's of Library Science from Clarion University, and an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Sarah has also written for Electric Literature, Kirkus Reviews, Audible, Psych Central, and more. Sarah is the founder of Broke By Books blog and runs a tarot reading business, Divination Vibration. Twitter: @missbookgoddess Instagram: @Sarahbookgoddess

This Fall’s Most Anticipated Middle Grade Graphic Novels

If there’s a reader in your life who can’t get enough middle grade graphic novels (even if it’s you), these are the new titles to know, including Frizzy by Claribel A. Ortega and Rose Bousamra.

How Well Do You Remember HARRIET THE SPY?

How well do you know HARRIET THE SPY? Put your skills to the test with this quiz.

9 Graphic Novels and Memoirs That Meet This Moment

In these moments of a lingering pandemic, increased racial violence, and loneliness, these comics like Good Talk offer insight — and relief.

Quiz: Find Your Next Vacation Read

Not sure which book(s) to pack for your vacation? Just take this quiz and we'll match you with a buzzy book you'll love.

15 Buzzy Books to Pack in Your Beach Bag

Whether you’re looking for a magical fantasy, a tightly plotted thriller, or a buzzy memoir, these reads make for perfect beach reading, including Book Lovers by Emily Henry.

The Subversive Verse of Shel Silverstein

Silverstein's clever use of literary devices shows how poetry offers a great tool to break open language.

10 Contemporary Authors Writing Under More Than One Name

You might be surprised to find out these publish under more than one name, reflecting a variety of genres and age groups.

The Best New Middle Grade Graphic Novels

Stock up for summer by grabbing these new middle grade graphic novels, ranging from adventure fantasy like Wingbearer by Marjorie M. Liu and Teny Issakhanian to grounded contemporary like Smaller Sister by Maggie Edkins Willis (June.

How and What to Read During Mental Health Challenges

Here are some ideas about what kind of books to read during mental health challenges to help you keep reading through the darkness. 

8 Great Novels about the Perils of War

These contemporary novels depict the perils of war, from leaving everyday lives fraught and homes displaced to the lasting effects of trauma.