Once the costumes are ready and the snacks are made , there's only one thing left to do to celebrate Halloween: Curl up with a spooky book. While vampires and werewolves certainly make for great if a bit terrifying characters, our favorite genre is books about witches. Ranging from fiction to nonfiction, these narratives all have one thing in common: They feature strong, defiant women, and the tight-knit communities that sustain them. Read enough witch books and you may want to become one yourself, which happened to Alex Mar when she was researching her book Witches of America.
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All Eyes on Us. By Kit Frick. Frick creates an intense thriller as tension builds between Rosalie and Amanda, both of whom are dating Carter Shaw, the heir to a real-estate empire. After the two girls receive anonymous threats, they team up to end the charade and reveal the mastermind. All the Bad Apples.
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Ironically enough, first loves might also be one of the hardest things to capture in words — but, luckily, we have books for that. These brilliant authors have explored every part of the teen experience : from family drama to school responsibilities to, yes, that sensation of falling head over heels for the first time. So what or who are you waiting for? When Catherine and Elliot first meet at the tender age of 15, they become best friends immediately.
Young adult. Children's book reviews round-up Young adult books roundup — review. Hate U Give author Angie Thomas triumphantly follows up her acclaimed debut.