Books for Your Favorite Aesthetic

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What is an aesthetic? Well an aesthetic is basically about someone’s identity. The term refers to the way one presents themselves to the world, it can be a visual theme

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YA and Middle-Grade Mythology | Inspiration from Around the World

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Mythology is an awesome way to connect with new cultures and history. It’s an exceptional genre in literature with powerful beings, hidden worlds, and settings all around the world. I

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The Year We Learned to Fly | Jacqueline Woodson

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The Year We Learned to Fly by Jacqueline Woodson and illustrated by Rafael López Out Now from Penguin Random House; 32 pages About the Author: “Jacqueline Woodson is an American

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Interview with Pine Reads Alumni Ajia Barnes

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Ajia Barnes is a Pine Reads Review Alumni. She is an aspiring writer/poet who was raised in Warner Robins, Georgia. She was born in Hampton, Virginia but due to her

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Daniel’s Good Day | Micha Archer

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Out Now from Penguin Random House; 31 pages About the Author: “Working in oil, watercolors, pen and ink, and collage, I create layered pieces from various materials on paper and

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A Far Wilder Magic | Allison Saft

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 A Far Wilder Magic by Allison Saft Out Now from Wednesday Books; 384 pages Content Warning: Animal death, blood, religious bigotry, sexual content, ableism, death of a parent, child death,

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