While the DC/Marvel feud has been going on for years, I have only recently stumbled into superpeople-mania. And by mania, I mean I will watch the occasional superpeople movie (faves include Wonder Woman, Spider Man: Homecoming, and Guardians of the Galaxy) and def read all the superpeople books I get my hands on. Once again, all titles in alphabetical order 🙂 Hardcovers Miles Morales by Jason Reynolds … Continue reading Day 21: Superpeople
You know those books where you just get the breath knocked out of you at one point while reading? Well here’s an entire list of them! Once again, all titles in alphabetical order 🙂 Hardcovers Dear Martin by Nic Stone Raw, captivating, and undeniably real, Nic Stone joins industry giants Jason Reynolds and Walter Dean Myers as she boldly tackles American race relations in … Continue reading Day 7: Here is a Gut Punch
Middle Grade! It’s so much fun to dip a toe in the books for the younger folks, because there is so much great stuff being published for that age range. It’s a longer post today with 7 books each for paperbacks and hardcovers, but it’s my only middle grade post of the guide! Once again, all titles in alphabetical order 🙂 Hardcovers Amina’s Voice … Continue reading Day 6: For the Itty Bitties
One of the best things about stories is that they can make you feel something, even if you aren’t the one experiencing the feels-inducing thing. All the books on this list do that. Many deal with grief, some feature main characters living with mental illnesses, some are about families falling apart (and some falling back together). Once again, all titles in alphabetical order 🙂 … Continue reading Day 4: Need a Tissue?
You know those books that you love so forcefully, that you shove onto everyone and you still feel like you are the only one who thinks about it on a daily basis? Well, if you don’t, I certainly do. Here are 20 books I feel don’t get as much attention as they could. Labyrinth Lost Shortest summary: Bisexual Brooklyn Bruja One sentence summary: Alex is … Continue reading Feel the Love, Underrated YA