What’s more complicated than teenage romance? Fake teenage romance. In Frankly in Love, Frank Li, the son of Korean immigrants, is trying to navigate his high school years within the bounds of his parents’ expectations. Frank often feels that he
People see marvels and oddities every day, but Adam and Zayneb write them down in their own journals. They each got the idea years and continents apart from a book called The Marvels of Creation and the Oddities of Existence.
After reading a few lighthearted, realistic YA novels, I was excited to dive back into a fantasy. What I did not expect was to find a story that I would dive into so deeply. Emily A. Duncan’s Wicked Saints begins
As a YA enthusiast, I come across many books dealing with mental illness. Words on Bathroom Walls by Julia Walton feels like a breath of fresh air with its endearing characters and relatively positive portrayal of paranoid schizophrenia.
Canada. A nation built by immigrants who arrived in search of a better life. This story of hope, longing, and fulfillment, is the story of so many. And while many of these stories end successfully, for brothers Michael and Francis
Nova’s New England town isn’t like other small towns—there’s an enchanted forest and a bookshop run by witches. As the granddaughter of those witches, Nova spends her nights investigating supernatural occurrences. So when there are reports of weird lights in