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Peek inside Jacqueline Woodson’s upcoming book for kids who feel alone ‘The Day You Begin’

There are some days when you feel like you just don’t fit in. Maybe you look around you and you don’t see anyone who looks like you. Or maybe the food you eat and the games you play are different than everybody else’s. Fortunately, for anybody struggling with feeling alone, acclaimed author and newly appointed...CONTINUE READING

‘The Paper Menagerie’ is a heartbreaking story of family and immigration, told in just a few pages

You don’t always need hundreds of pages to tell a moving story. Or at least that’s the case with “The Paper Menagerie,” the titular story of Ken Liu’s The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories. “Paper Menagerie” is a short story about a bi-racial boy named Jack, who has a white dad and a Chinese mom,...CONTINUE READING

The supreme weirdness of reading ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ as an adult

The first time I read A Wrinkle In Time as a kid, I remember being utterly terrified. Beginning with the iconic opening line “It was a dark and stormy night,” Madeleine L’Engle’s classic children’s sci-fi tale takes us on a harrowing journey with iron-willed Meg Wallace, precocious Charles Wallace, and charming Calvin as they they...CONTINUE READING

‘Emergency Contact’ is a YA novel about falling in love in the age of texting

Writer Mary H.K. Choi has a theory about texting:  “The person who is allowed to text you at 1 a.m. in the morning without that ‘you up’ shit, that’s a fucking steamy situation. That’s somebody you care about. Similarly, your ‘good morning’ texting person — not your blanket ‘Hey bitches, are you up’ but your...CONTINUE READING

Tomi Adeyemi: “‘Children of Blood and Bone’ is an allegory for the modern black experience”

If you count the seconds as Tomi Adeyemi opens her gold package — one (pause), two (pause), three (pause) — you’ll notice that it takes her a full 30 seconds before she’s able to speak. As she rips at the sparkling paper, digging for the prize inside, Adeyemi whimpers and laughs and cries, but it takes...CONTINUE READING

‘Call Me By Your Name’ is a book worth reading—even if you’ve already seen the film

Whether you’ve seen the Academy Award nominated film or not, Call Me By Your Name is worth your time. On this week’s episode of the MashReads Podcast, we’re continuing our lovely streak of books that happened to have been turned into feature films. We discuss the brilliance of Andre Aciman and his stunning 2007 novel,...CONTINUE READING

‘The War Outside’: An exclusive peek at Monica Hesse’s heartbreaking new novel

Monica Hesse’s books are like time machines — vehicles that help us explore our past. In her first book, The Girl In The Blue Coat, Hesse delivered a nail-biting deep dive into World War II, following a black marketeer in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam who is suddenly tasked with finding a missing Jewish teenager. Now Hesse is back,...CONTINUE READING

If you liked the ‘Annihilation’ movie, you absolutely NEED to read the book

There is frequently a disclaimer that accompanies Alex Garland’s new movie Annihilation: it’s nothing like the book. At first glance, based on the trailer, the movie positions itself as a fight against creepy things that go bump in the night. Natalie Portman, playing Lena the biologist, must go into “the shimmer” with a team, to...CONTINUE READING

For decades, ‘Every Day’ author David Levithan has paved the way for queer YA

If there’s anybody who’s paved the way for contemporary literature, especially queer YA, it’s David Levithan.  An author and an editor at Scholastic, David Levithan has been writing novels that address LGBTQ representation in literature since the early aughts, beginning with his 2002 book Boy Meets Boy. At the time that it was released, it...CONTINUE READING
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