If You Liked “Bridgerton,” Read These!
If you enjoyed “Bridgerton,” the popular Netflix series based on the books by Julia Quinn, check out these titles too!
Romances by Black Authors
With wit and smarts, these romances explore love, identity and self-discovery.
If You Liked “Tiny Pretty Things,” Explore Dance in YA Fiction
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.
Escapist, Engaging and Immersive Teen Fiction
As we have reached the shortest day of the year, I think it is a perfect time to put together a list of recent teen fiction that provides a mental … Continued
Battle of the Books 2021: 9th-12th Grade Booklist
Check out the 9th-12th Grade Battle of the Books here!
If you’re on the waiting list for the book, “When No One Is Watching,” here is a list of some of the best recent stories featuring gentrification at their core.
Live Through This: Strong Women in Historical Fiction for Teens
Traditional travel may not be possible just now, but stories still have the power to take us away. Escape with these historical fiction titles for teens.
If You’re Waiting for “The Glass Hotel,” Try These Other Books
You might have to wait to read Emily St. John Mandel’s newest novel, “The Glass Hotel,” but there are plenty of books to read in the meantime. If you’re looking for atmospheric stories told from multiple perspectives, check out these titles.
Witchy Women and Haunted Places
The books on this list range in tone from Latinx folklore-derived magical realism to claustrophobic psychological terror but they all feature the uncanny, the surreal, or the supernatural in the … Continued
Battle of the Books 2020: 6th Grade Booklist
6th Grade Battle Tuesday, February 18th, 2020 Learn more and register at www.carnegielibrary.org/battleofthebooks If you’re interested in audio or digital copies of the books check out Hoopla and Overdrive (library … Continued