Hey YA Readers: It’s time to make your TBR tumble on over.
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It’s been a while since we’ve caught up with YA book talk over on Book Riot. Before you dive in, open up whatever it is you use to track your TBR, since it’s likely that you’ll be adding a lot to it.
- 21 YA books about breakups and heartbreak.
- 25 awesome Holly Black quotes.
- An interview with Caleb Roehrig on his new book Death Prefers Blondes.
- Take a trip to Ireland with these YA books.
- 8 authors on the enduring legacy of Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak.
- 25 queer YA books to preorder for this year. Want more? Here are some more!
- We’ve got an interview with Roshani Chokshi about her new novel The Gilded Wolves and more.
- Pop some YA nonfiction from this month onto your to-read.
- How novels full of IMs and email gave young girls a voice (yesss!!!)
- Here are over 140 YA books hitting shelves from January until March.
- You should also dig into this list of 50 YA books you’ll want on your TBR for the entire year.
- The playlists that inspired your favorite YA books.
- If you love anti-heroines, try out these YA reads.
- Where to begin reading the works of Leigh Bardugo (helpful if you are scared of starting a series without necessary back story!).
- Add some upcoming YA graphic novels to your pile while you’re at it.
- YA fantasy novels inspired by Middle Eastern and Indian cultures.
- Find out whether or not you’re the next Miss Teen Blue Bonnet with a fun Dumplin‘ quiz.
- Excellent YA #ownvoices fantasy novels.
- Books about teenagers fostering creative dreams.
- 6 YA anthologies to get excited about.
- What are some of your favorite YA adaptations?
- Treat your eyes and your mind to some dark YA fantasy.
- And finally, a conversation between YA authors Francisco X. Stork and Andrew Simonet.
Thanks for hanging out and we’ll see you later this week with some more delicious YA book talk.