Sherlock’s younger sister is back and better than ever in Nancy Springer’s Enola Holmes and the Elegant Escapade.
Browsing: YA review
A crown princess’ secret twin fights to save their kingdom from an evil king in Abigail Owen’s new older YA novel, The Liar’s Crown.
A violinist competes for a college scholarship while keeping her parents in the dark in My Sister’s Big Fat Indian Wedding, by Sajni Patel.
In Their Own Words: Young Reader Edition is a new collection featuring Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Michelle Obama.
A young witch is forced to face the past and her own fears in Wild is the Witch, new YA novel by Rachel Griffin.
A student’s life is turned upside down when she learns her boyfriend has super powers in How to Date a Superhero (And Not Die Trying).
Before heading off to Oxford, a brilliant teen must prove she can make friends in Long Story Short, by Serena Kaylor.
A witch must help a cursed prince fulfill a prophecy in Violet Made of Thorns, a new YA novel by Gina Chen.
Georgiana Darcy gets to have her own say in Accomplished, a Young Adult Pride & Prejudice retelling by Amanda Quain.
Tasha Suri retells Emily Brontë’s beloved Wuthering Heights in Feiwel & Friends latest Remixed Classic, What Souls Are Made Of.