A Deaf teen hopes to find a place where she belongs as a junior camp counselor in Give Me A Sign, by Anna Sortino,
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BUFFALO FLATS, by Martine Leavitt, Margaret Ferguson Books, April 25, 2023, Hardcover, $18.99 (young adult) A young woman dreams beyond the…
An American girl teams up with the British crown prince in hopes of make it home before the end of the world in The Prince & the Apocalypse.
Pride Month is all about celebrating diversity and embracing your authentic self. The following books for young adults feature LGBTQ+ themes.
Even true love can’t survive death. Or can it? J. C. Cervantes explores love beyond the grave in Always Isn’t Forever, a YA romance.
A newly minted time traveler finds herself at odds with the very people who taught her to Trip in Ruling Destiny, by Alyson Noël.
A young woman seeks freedom from the constraints of New America in M Hendrix’s new dystopian young adult novel, The Chaperone.
I Kick and I Fly, by Ruchira Gupta, follows an Indian teen as she escapes being sold into the sex trade and learns her value through kung fu.
A young woman trades places with her father in order to save him from a life imprisoned with a beast in Beauty Reborn, by Elizabeth Lowham.
A girl won’t let life in a wheelchair dictate her dreams in Where You See Yourself, a contemporary young adult novel by Claire Forrest.