Rain or shine, one of our favorite activities is gazing upon the unattainable gorgeousness of a good bookstagram. Check out some of our favorites from this month!
Ease your Supernatural hiatus pains with a collection of YA books perfect for fans of the CW series featuring ghosts, angels, and demons.
Everyone loves a bad boy. Here are five of our favorites from YA.
Now more than ever, speaking up and out for what you believe in is a part of growing up and taking your place in the world. Anger is a Gift by Mark Oshiro, coming later this month, features teens confronting social and community issues with courage and standing together to fight for what’s right. As we anticipate its release next month, we’ve come up with a list of books in which teens band together in the wake of tragedy and injustice to change their communities for the better.
Sometimes, the best way to deal with the tough stuff is with a good book – so here are seven books that engage with the issue of mental health.
Are you missing Aang, Katara, Sokka, Toph, and the rest of the gang? Here are some books to fill that Avatar-shaped hole in your heart.
April showers better bring some May flowers, but until they do we’ll just stay inside to read and take gorgeous pics of books indoors. Here are some of our favorite bookstagrams from readers and authors across the instaworld to give us (and you!) some inspiration.
For every YA ship and OTP (One True Pairing) there exists the perfect song. Jessica Pennington’s Love Songs and Other Lies is coming soom, so we’re kind of in the mood for both great YA books and love songs to help us kill time until we can share it with the world.
With their combination of skilled rebellion and mysterious computer wizardy, fictional hackers are always fun to follow on page and screen.
It’s that time! And by that we mean its time to round up our favorites from all the glory, fairy lights, shelfies, and gorgeously filtered covers that make up this month’s bookstagrams.