Category: Reviews

The Year Without a Summer | Arlene Mark

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The Year Without a Summer by Arlene Mark Coming August 16th, 2022 from SparkPress; 296 pages Content Warning: PTSD, war, combat, shooting, violence, climate change, natural disasters (volcanos, hurricanes, earthquakes,

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5 Lesser-Known Books with Disability Representation

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In recent years, diverse representation within Young Adult and Children’s literature has exploded. We are finally seeing the much needed stories of kids and teens from all walks of life:

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Nothing Burns as Bright as You | Ashley Woodfolk

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Nothing Burns as Bright as You by Ashley Woodfolk Out now from HarperCollins; 288 pages Content Warnings: Arson & pyromania, police, racism, toxic relationships, absent parents, sexual content, drug use,

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The Vanishing | David Michael Slater

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The Vanishing by David Michael Slater Coming September 29, 2022 from Library Tales Publishing; 191 pages Content Warnings: Holocaust, sexual assault, graphic violence, antisemitism, gun use, death, torture About the

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Frances and the Monster | Refe Tuma

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Frances and the Monster by Refe Tuma Out August 23, 2022 from Harper Collins Publishing; 352 pages Content Warning: Grief, loss, anxiety, gun violence About the Author: “Refe Tuma is

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Violet Made of Thorns | Gina Chen

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Violet Made of Thorns by Gina ChenOut July 26, 2022 from Delacorte Press; 368 pages Content Warning: Abuse, emotional manipulation, violence, death, casual racism, body horror, self-harm for a magic

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