Their parents think they’re MFEO, but Dimple and Rishi want to start a relationship on their own terms in this sweet #ownvoices debut.
Caden is caught in a life-or-death love triangle with Juliet and Dylan but his feelings get a little complicated in Cale Dietrich’s The Love Interest.
Molly has had twenty-six crushes and exactly zero kisses, but all that is about to change in Becky Albertalli’s adorable The Upside of Unrequited.
Fandoms and fairy tales collide in Ashley Poston’s Geekerella, the story of a girl, a boy, and the reboot of their favorite TV show.
Piper Perish is a Texan teen who dreams of going to art school in NYC and living a life Andy Warhol would be proud of in Kayla Cagan’s debut YA novel.
After Jess’ dad reacted badly to her coming out as trans the last time they spoke, Jess swore she would never speak to him again. When he announces he is remarrying just before she heads to college however, Jess’ world is thrown into a whirlwind road trip full of new friendships, unfinished business, and more quirky roadside attractions than you can imagine.
Pen is a girl who dresses like a boy and people can’t seem to decide whether she should be more feminine or just man up in M-E Girard’s Girl Mans Up.
The complex, dramatic, and provocative Winner’s Trilogy comes to a close in Marie Rutkoski’s final installment, The Winner’s Kiss. It’s the ultimate game of heart versus head for our heroine, Kestrel, as she must choose a side in the midst of a war where everything is at stake. Rutkoski leaves you with a tantalizing story of struggle, secrecy, and sacrifice that you won’t be able to put down!
Alternating narrators piece together the story of what happened on April 19th: from April’s Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory, to Gavin’s superfluous use of hashtags, to Phoebe’s second thoughts about the Plan, Sarah Combs intertwines each one of their narratives to create a psychological thriller that reflects the attacks that unfortunately have become a part of today’s reality.