There are many reasons to read Get a Grip, Vivy Cohen! from the great own voices autistic and Jewish rep to a love of baseball to a story about not letting anything get in the way of you being passionate. Come check it out!
It’s been one heck of a Pride Month this year, hasn’t it? Let’s do some celebrating by hyping up sci-fi and fantasy books by trans authors!
April was such a weird month for reading. I picked up so many books and lost focus after the first chapter or two, but I managed to finish six books!
I’ve been gone from blogging for a while, but I’ve been reading a ton! Now that I’m back, I thought I’d catch you all up on what I’ve been reading in 2020.
While it’s still the season of giving thanks, I’d like to post a list of some books I’m thankful for. There are as many reasons to be thankful for a book as there are books, so I’ll explain a little bit about why each of these will always hold a special place in my heart. Whether they’re one of my favorite books of all time or one that I’m happy exists, here’s a list of books I’m thankful for this season.
In terms of anxiety rep, Guts is, hands down, the most relatable thing I have ever read. I am so grateful that this is going into the hands of elementary- and middle-schoolers, because if I’d had something like this at that age, I would have been so much better off.
As 2019 begins, I’m keeping my eye on quite a few different books, and here are 19 of the releases I can’t wait to get my hands on.