Hello friends and welcome to our best of 2017 list! We are three booksellers who love YA (Allison, Rachel, and Shauna) and weren’t entirely satisfied by many of the best of lists we had been seeing. SO we decided to make our own! Here are 51 of our favorites 🙂 The first 13 listed below are the books that one of us felt was in … Continue reading The Bookstellars’ Guide to the Best YA of 2017
As someone who just watched the Netflix movie A Christmas Prince twice in one night, I feel the need to talk about some incredible YA Rom-Coms that I absolutely adore. They make both you and your heart smile, and what could be better than that? Once again, all titles in alphabetical order 🙂 Hardcovers Alex Approximately by Jenn Bennett In this delightfully charming teen … Continue reading Day 12: Rom-Coms!
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?
The first thing you need to know is that this list is hardly comprehensive. This actually barely scrapes the surface. For the most part, I have included books that I personally have read. 2017 Releases Note: ~ means book has yet to be released The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli Seventeen-year-old Molly Peskin-Suso knows all about unrequited love—she’s lived through it twenty-six times. She … Continue reading Adding to Your Pride Month TBR
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