All posts tagged in young adult

  • December 10, 2019By Nadia Bey

    Imagine that you arrive home one day to find a large storybook on your front doorstep. However, upon looking closer, you discover that it’s not a storybook – it’s the Once Upon A Book Club box! https://www.instagram.com/p/B5qntFQgGu1/   Once Upon A Book Club is a book subscription box that aims to create a more interactive

  • November 25, 2019By Nadia Bey

    There’s no doubt that books still have an instrumental role in our society. Whether electronic or physical, political or personal, books continue to lend themselves to crucial conversations about who we may be, what we value, and what is truly happening in the world around us. They allow us to form bonds. But in spite

  • December 23, 2017By chloe gray

    Despite being overall a pretty terrible year, 2017 has brought us some pretty amazing young adult books, so here are my top 5: 1. Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu Moxie is the perfect girl power book that explores everything from sexist dress codes and intersectional feminism to to the power of friendship between girls. The book

  • July 1, 2017By Martina Rexrode

    Book banning has always been a controversial issue which brings about numerous questions. What determines whether or not a book is to be banned? Is determining which books a person can or cannot read an issue that state and local governments should be involved in? Which types of books are most frequently banned? If you

  • June 1, 2017By Franziska Lee

    At a young age, seeing yourself represented is crucial in order to accept your identity. The constant repetition of “boy meets girl” is not only boring but harmful. Being told there’s nothing wrong with being gay or trans* doesn’t do nearly as much as being shown it. And if there are only one or two LGBT