Here are our recommendations for readers ages 12 and up.
This gorgeous feminist reimagining of Snow White feels as familiar as hot chocolate in front of a crackling fire and as fresh as a winter day.
Epic western, futuristic survival story, and magical romance... Mabry manages to spin all of these together into a riveting tale.
A stunning graphic memoir of skating, purpose, and identity.
The story of a young boy struggling to come to terms with his homosexuality and his twin sister struggling to find where she belongs while they search for their common ground.
Some people simply know that they are gay, for some it isn’t so obvious. A story of how friendship can help us find ourselves, even when nothing is clear.
Ever since Hurricane Katrina, it's been Ramona and her family against the world--but what happens when she dreams bigger? A nuanced exploration of poverty, sexuality, and joy.
When Dimple and Rishi’s parents try to set them up through a summer technology camp, what starts as antagonism grows into one of the cutest YA romances of the year.
Perfect for fans of Fangirl, Eliza is a popular webcomic writer who struggles with social anxiety, but when she develops a life offline she has to learn to balance her identities.
A twisty, gripping YA psychological thriller that starts when teenager Natasha finds herself in a freezing river with no memory of how she got there.
In a world without books, Sefia lives on the run with a mysterious object her parents died protecting- this one is fast paced and inventive, setting up a strong series.
An unconventionally written, fast paced sci-fi thriller that will keep you flipping pages late into the night, setting up one of the best current YA series.
The story of three best friends navigating their first year of college is a slice of life story that any teenage or college aged girl will relate to.
When a group of 1980s paper girls find themselves enmeshed in a mystery involving time travel and aliens they must race against the clock to save their city and their friends.
Suzette is finally home from school but her stepbrother has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder--and they're in love with the same girl.
A teen goes undercover among the elites in near-future Taiwan.
Brian Katcher Deacon has found the perfect prom date: his grandmother -- which is great until he unexpectedly falls in love.
A preacher's daughter tries to hide her sexuality to make life easier in a new town, but ends up falling in love.
When Audrey gets pregnant, she goes looking for the mother who gave her up for adoption 17 years earlier. 16+
Grace has been taking care of her unpredictable mother for years, but an unexpected encounter with a new friend helps her begin to dream again.
The snow is falling as Marin confronts her past in this poetically crafted meditation on grief.