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Young adult LGBTQ releases of 2022

We’re only halfway through 2022, and some fantastic new book releases have made it to shelves already. Rolling out has selected a few titles to highlight the latest young adult LGBTQ+ offerings in honor of Pride Month. Whether you are

New this week: June 14, 2022 nonfiction releases

This week’s nonfiction releases include Ibram X. Kendi’s advice in How to Raise an Antiracist; Linda Villarosa exposes health care disparities in Under the Skin; and Jessica Nabongo shares traveling experiences in The Catch Me if You Can. How to Raise an Antiracist 

Leila Mottley captures hometown scandal in ‘Nightcrawling’

Leila Mottley is a poet and writer from Oakland, California who aims to express institutional and individual inequality, liberation, and joy through her writing. The 19-year-old is also the founder of Lift Every Voice, a youth-led advocacy workshop series about

New this week: May 31, 2022 young adult releases

This week’s new releases include Kelis Rowe’s poetic debut Finding Jupiter; Riss M. Neilson’s spellbinding fantasy debut Deep in Providence; Namina Forna‘s anticipated follow-up The Merciless Ones, Ebony LaDelle’s romantic novel Love Radio, and thirteen multiracial authors collaborate in All

LGBT young adult fiction book recommendations

June kicks off the annually celebrated Pride month. If you are looking for fictional LGBT reads to pick up this month, young adult is a great genre to choose from. Young adult fiction often addresses teenagers discovering their identities, sexuality

New this month: May 2022 nonfiction releases

May is starting off strong with the latest nonfiction releases. Michael Eric Dyson makes his young adult literature debut, Unequal: A Story of America; Ronnie Spector offerss a newly updated memoir, Be My Baby;  popular Peloton instructor Tunde Oyeneyin shares

New this week: May 2, 2022, young adult releases

This week’s young adult releases include Joya Goffney’s sophomore novel Confessions of an Alleged Good Girl; Daniel Jose Older’s urban fantasy novel Ballad & Dagger, Vincent Tirado debuts with Sapphic horror novel Burn Down, Rise Up; Elizabeth Acevedo brings her famous spoken word poem

Books that make a great Mother’s Day gift

Mother’s Day is a day away, and you can’t go wrong with gifting a great book. Does your mom love a good story where she can escape and live the lives of others? Or does she love a candid exploration

New this week: April 26, 2022 nonfiction book releases

This week’s new book releases include Viola Davis‘s reflective memoir, Finding Me; Terry Crews‘ journey of transformation in Tough: My Journey to True Power, and Tyrus shares his triumphant life story in Just Tyrus.

National Poetry Month: 6 must read novels-in-verse

As April comes to an end, so does National Poetry Month. If you love poetry or want to explore the genre more – young adult verse is an outstanding category to explore. Verse novels use a blend of poetry while

Autism Awareness Month: Nonfiction book recommendations

April is Autism Awareness Month, a time to increase understanding, awareness and acceptance of those with autism. The following nonfiction books offer a new perspective on autism through personal stories and supportive research.

New this week: April 19, 2022, book releases

This week’s new releases include Rebecca Roanhorse’s anticipated epic fantasy sequel, Fevered Star; Janelle Monae’s  Afrofuturistic literary debut The Memory Librarian; and Kris Manjapra identifies five emancipations in Black Ghost of Empire. 

Janelle Monáe makes literary debut with ‘The Memory Library’

Eight-time Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe is making her literary debut with The Memory Library and Other Stories of Dirty Computer. Building off of the “Afrofuturistic world” from her critically acclaimed album Dirty Computer, The Memory Library explores how different threads of liberation — race,

National Autism Awareness Month: Book recommendations for children

April is National Autism Awareness Month, and an opportunity to educate and increase awareness of autism while celebrating our differences. Autism is a developmental spectrum disorder where some may have difficulties communicating, repetitive behaviors, or limited interest, but it’s important

Netflix Book Club March pick: ‘The Viscount Who Loved Me’

Each month, “Orange is the New Black”s, Uzo Aduba, hosts the Netflix Book Club. This new social series combines literature and entertainment by inviting you to ‘Read. Watch. Then let’s talk’ about the latest book-to-screen adaptations. Partnered with Starbucks, Aduba will

YA romance sextet returns for ‘Blackout’ sequel: ‘Whiteout’

The bestselling young adult sextet Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk, and Nicola Yoon are collaborating again for the sequel to Blackout. In 2021, the notable group brought a heartwarming anthology of interconnected stories illuminating

New this week: March 7, 2022, adult fiction releases

Check out the latest adult fiction books that have just landed on Inspired by Animal Farm, NoViolnt Bulawayo captures the fall of an oppressive regime in Glory. Vanessa Miller weaves three women’s lives together after a terrible mistake in

New this week: Feb. 21 adult fiction releases

This week’s new releases include a heartfelt family drama, Miss Pearly’s Girls, by ReShonda Tate Billingsley; a compelling work of fiction, Black Cloud Rising, by David Wright Falade; an illuminating tale, When I’m Gone, Look for Me in the East, by Quan Barry,

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