Comedian Jimmy O. Yang writes an immigrant’s guide on how to be American.
An imaginative and heartfelt exploration of human—and non-human—nature.
A David Levithan psychological tale in “Every You, Every Me”
In “The Son of Good Fortune,” Lysley Tenorio portrayed an invisible kid who must remain hidden not by choice, but in order to survive.
We present our list of the Top 10 Best Books of 202
The talent of David Levithan to tie the extraordinary to the ordinary shines again in “Invisibility.”
“How Beautiful the Ordinary” is an anthology of LGBTQ stories from 12 authors
A fairytale story. That’s what “Red, White, and Royal Blue” was all about. It’s election time in the U.S. The last thing first son Alex Claremont-Diaz want is to jeopardize his mom’s re-election bid for president. But preventing himself to fall in love with Prince Henry of the U.K. is hard. A big political story…
“I would do my damn best to be more happy than not.”
The second book of Adam Silvera’s Infinity series Brighton is now the Infinity Reaper. After drinking the potion that turns him into a specter, he is now ready to be the hero he believes he is destined to become. But can he and the spellwalkers prevent Senator Iron and his sinister plan against the gleamcrafters?…