If you’re a fan of “Moxie” on Netflix or just in the mood for heroines standing up and speaking out against sexism and injustice, check out these fierce reads.
If you’re looking for an action-packed, robot-filled, cat-tinged but realistic story, check out “Catfishing on CatNet.”
Here are some recent contemporary fiction titles aimed at middle grade level readers with LGBTQ+ characters.
For great ideas on how to get started in cooking, check out these awesome books for kids and teens from Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh!
This memoir manifesto by cultural critic Johnson navigates Blackness, masculinity and queerness while asking readers to explore the social forces that shape their lives.
With wit and smarts, these romances explore love, identity and self-discovery.
If you’ve watched the Netflix series “Tiny Pretty Things,” about social drama at an elite ballet school, and now want more stories of teenagers devoted to dance, this is the booklist for you.
Do you like movies based on books? Then check out these young adult titles that were adapted into films.
The following stories present African American teens as leading characters. Teens in grades 6-8 can gain confidence and joy in seeing themselves and those around them in these books.