These titles place characters of color front and center and work to dismantle stereotypes.
The following stories present African American teens as leading characters.
Manga isn’t just blood-pumping action and thrilling adventure – check out these cozy, pastoral teen manga titles to relax and unwind!
“Little Thieves” is a tale of magic, complex characters, love, stolen identities, and danger. If you love great worldbuilding and flawed characters, check it out.
Awesome YA Fantasy and Sci-Fi Titles by Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Authors
The month of May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. While lists of books by Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander authors are often shared throughout this month, fantasy and science fiction titles are often overlooked. Check out some of these awesome YA fantasy and sci-fi titles by AA and NHPI authors!
These titles speak to the demonstrations, headlines, hashtags and ongoing dialogue about race in America.
Through stories that illustrate African American history, biography and culture, teens in grades 6-12 can learn about people and events in an exciting way.
Check out this list for suggestions about middle grade books for children and teens.
The month of May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month – a month to remember, reflect, and celebrate the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders of the United States. These picks include memoirs, historical accounts, and historical fiction featuring characters who have struggled and succeeded in moments of love and loss.
Check out these titles for some LGBTQ fiction picks for teens.