Young Adult New Releases October 4th 2022 Happy October everyone! We have a sinister list full of spooky reads, and some other festive books! Check out most of today’s YA releases below, or check out our Bookshop page for more!
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Author & Illustrator Interview: Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Bestiary by S.T. Bende, with Art by Iris Compiet I have had the pleasure of knowing S.T. Bende for almost a decade, I was introduced to her bestselling Norse fantasy YA novels, and soon we met at a multi-day author signing convention, and […]
Feature: Netflix Book to Movie Adaptations The book community is currently obsessed with book-to-movie adaptation of Bridgerton but I’ve watched several other recent (and not-so-recent) adaptations that I thought I’d share! Head’s up: I haven’t read any of the attached books (!) so I am going off the movie alone […]
New Release Tuesday: YA New Releases November 10th 2020 Happy New Release Tuesday! The new release season is winding down and today may feel like a lot … because there are more than 20 new books releasing today but I can guarantee you – there are barely more books coming […]
Feature & Giveaway: Revenge of the 5th Yesterday we celebrated the Light Side of the force and today we are back celebrating the Dark Side of the force with more reading recs, more merch we can’t wait to buy, dark side creators we love, and how the fandom is celebrating […]
Feature & Giveaway: May the 4th Be With You May the 4th is a religious institution for Team BookCrushin. Today we celebrate Light side of the force with some reading recs, merch we can’t wait to buy (there’s soooo much on sale!), creators we love, and how the fandom is […]
Cover Crush: Shuri: A Black Panther Novel by Nic Stone Shuri: A Black Panther Novel by Nic Stone is releasing next week but we couldn’t resist giving it some extra cover love today on Middle Grade Monday! I love the use of color and the illustration definitely shares the badass […]
Movie Musings, Event Recap, & Giveaway: Let It Snow Let It Snow connects three holiday stories in a distinct way, transitioning from one story to another set in the same town. In the movie, this transition is that much more smooth as they are woven together. This is one of […]
New Release Tuesday: YA New Releases October 22, 2019 Today may be a reprieve to all our book buying budgets, but be aware…next week’s releases are looking good! Also, clearly I want all of these books as well.
Feature: The Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier What’s in your Netflix queue right now? I just added The Last Kids on Earth! I’m here for the monster apocalypse (all the monsters!) and kids building their own society. Told in prose and some graphic elements (the art is so […]