The sweetest picture book about learning to love your body the way it is, and everything that's possible when you do!
Casey McQuiston does it again! In their YA debut, you'll find everything from mystery, to laughter, to high school kids finding their place in the world. On the night of their prom, Shara Wheeler disappears, but not before she kisses three people: valedictorian hopeful & her rival Chloe, her quarterback boyfriend Smith, and her next-door neighbor Rory. In the month before graduation, this unlikely group is thrown together by cryptic notes and one question: what happened to Shara Wheeler?
Written by Ryan O'Connell of Netflix's Special, Just By Looking At Him is a debut novel about Elliot, a gay disabled TV writer battling an alcohol addiction and the fight to be accepted in an ableist world.
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I've always considered myself a fan of true crime, but add in wine and milkshakes, and I am SOLD. Christine and Em are the hosts of the podcast And That's Why We Drink, and they've come together to create an atlas for their favorite haunted road trip, filled with road trip games and the best breweries and dessert stops along the way!
A new biography of fashion, music, and culture icon Harry Styles, following his days on X-Factor, his tours with One Direction, and his journey now as he makes a name for himself as a charismatic solo artist. Whether you're a fan of his newest album, or you've been there since the X-Factor diaries, fans of Harry Styles will not want to miss this one!
It has been a while since I've finished a book in basically one sitting, but Nora Goes Off Script was 100% one I could not put down. Nora, a screenwriter for a romance channel, has recently gone through a divorce, and when she writes a movie about it set to be filmed at her house, Leo Vance, Sexiest Man Alive, is cast as her ex-husband. Only when filming is done, he doesn't leave, searching for the serenity that only Nora's sunrise coffees and secluded writing office can offer. It is as tropey as tropes get, and it tugged at my heart!
I've been waiting for Dahlia Adler's next book since I read Cool For The Summer, and Home Field Advantage did not disappoint! She takes the cheerleader and quarterback trope and flips it on its head, when its discovered that the newest quarterback Jack Walsh is actually short for Jaclyn. A queer, YA romance about fighting for what and who you want!
A literary mystery filled with twists and turns that begins by disrupting the quiet of the Boston Public Library with a woman's piercing scream. Four people are bonded by this experience, each with their own reasons for being there -- and one of them happens to be a murderer.