These audiobooks with Indigenous narrators have performances that add beautiful, personal flourishes to the stories they're telling.
The beautiful art of these Indigenous graphic novels, like This Place: 150 Years Retold by various authors, make visual a history and adds to the power of their stories.
These gorgeously illustrated kids' books do everything from correcting misinformation to teaching cultural traditions, like Still This Love Goes On by Buffy Sainte-Marie and Julie Flett.
Which new horror novel should you read this Halloween? Take this Halloween-themed quiz to find out!
Find new children's books by Native American authors for Native American Heritage Month, including Still This Love Goes On by Buffy Sainte-Marie, Illustrated by Julie Flett.
For seasonal reads that aren't horror, these cozy autumnal books like The Bakeshop at Pumpkin and Spice skip the gore and instead put the "happy" in "Happy Halloween!"
Stir a cup of Baba Yaga, a dash of Sabrina, and a pinch of folk tradition in a cauldron with some Cupid to get these witchy romances, including Witcha Gonna Do by Avery Flynn !
The punch doesn't taste right, you can't find the friend you came with, and you aren't sure how you're getting home: it's gothic horror.
September is Hispanic Heritage Month, and what better way to celebrate than to read some of these Hispanic and Latine YA authors like the author of When the Moon Was Ours, Anna-Marie McLemore!
New to the world of disability literature? Read your way into some of the best books and broaden your knowledge of this work, including True Biz.