Dip your toes, cannonball right in, or simply take in the salty air of these stories over and under the sea.
“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!
The following stories present African American teens as leading characters.
Brimming with dreamy and nightmarish moments, these titles are a fillip for our imaginations.
From chilling tales of evil queens, werewolves and ghosts, to heart-warming friendships and budding-romances. These wintry stories are perfect to read while trapped inside on a snowy day. So cozy up with these icy tales of mystery, magic and mischief.
Check out these titles to explore how unlikely friendships can blossom into deeper bonds despite discouraging first impressions.
Simon Jimenez’s sweeping space opera, “The Vanished Birds,” starts out small, with what could be a stand-alone novella: a boy is born with an extra finger, and his father declares that he will be special. He lives on a Resource World: a planet that is used to grow a crop that is harvested, saved and exported off-world every fifteen years by cargo ships.
The history and mystique of Los Angeles lends itself to many works of fiction, songs and movies. These are some of my favorite movies tinged with (or steeped in) oddness, the kind of oddness that can only play out against the background of Los Angeles.
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