To celebrate the release of her newest book, Dark Skies, Danielle L. Jensen chatted with us about her top 5 favorite fantasy duos in YA books!
To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, the Tor Teen Team wanted to shout out some of the books that discuss mental health with care and empathy, and that make us feel seen and understood.
Monsters help us conquer our demons or explore the unknown. We’ve put together a list of YA books with monsters that are creepy, strange, classic, and cool.
Sara Fujimura, author of Every Reason We Shouldn’t, recommends 5 YA books that every foodie should read!
Check out all the new and exciting books coming from Tor Teen this summer!
Read more about the the YA escapist reads that are bringing the Tor Teen Team joy right now!
To capture the essence of what it means to be a girl on the field or the floor or the pool or the mat, we’ve compiled a list of five books with fictional female athletes that won’t only win the game, but are sure to win your heart along the way.
Pointe shoes. Pirouettes. Passion. Pain. If you’re a YA reader who enjoys dark dramas set against the competitive world of ballet, these harrowing stories deliver the complexity, edge, loss, and healing you’re looking for.
Sibling relationships can be magical. But they can also be tricky and complex at times. These sets of fantastical siblings take it to a whole new level. Here’s a list of some siblings from fantasy fiction that that make your family dynamic seem a whole lot duller.
Movies give sentient Artificial Intelligence a bad rap. Not every thinking machine is a HAL 9000 or Skynet! To push back against this negative image, we’ve compiled a list of relatable digital minds you wouldn’t mind knowing, and might even call “friend.”