The award-winning, genre-defining debut from John Green, the #1 bestselling author of The Anthropocene Reviewed and The Fault in Our Stars
Winner of the Michael L. Printz Award - A Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist - A New York Times Bestseller - A USA Today Bestseller - NPR's Top Ten Best-Ever Teen Novels - TIME magazine's 100 Best Young Adult Novels of All Time - A PBS Great American Read Selection...
As Taylor Swift's famously sold-out Eras Tour continues to draw record crowds around the world, we decided to round up a set of books to go with every album. If you’re a Swifty, you’ll want to get in on this action.
The fact that certain subgenres of romance often employ familiar tropes doesn’t make them any less enjoyable. In fact, some of us never tire of certain delicious scenarios like secret societies and elite boarding schools. Here we review some of the top tropes in dark academia.
John Green is the bestselling and award-winning author of such YA staples as The Fault in Our Stars and Looking for Alaska. He is also a prolific vlogger (with his brother Hank) and a committed educator. Next week, he comes out with a new book! Here we take a look at the life experiences that have shaped Green and his work.
Since its launch in 1982, Banned Books Week has helped raise awareness of the many literary works that have been banned and/or challenged by individuals and groups across the U.S. through the years. To start the week off, let's take a look at some of the most frequently-challeneged or removed books from the last 20 years.