I Am a Feminist [Monique Polak]

  The best thing, I think, about reading I Am a Feminist by Monique Polak, in my opinion, is the fact that it touches on the unfortunate truth behind why many people are not feminists, or rather...why many people believe they are not feminists when they actually are. You see, way back when and once upon a time,…

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Dear Mr. President [Sophie Siers]

I’ll admit, I was a bit apprehensive to read Dear Mr. President by Sophie Siers and illustrated by Anne Villeneuve, largely because it featured a child who agreed with the despicable President Trump about building a wall. And honestly, it’s one of those things where I just feel uncomfortable with ignorant people who spout off horrible…

Beauty and the Beast: Lost in a Book [Jennifer Donnelly] Cover Love Friday!

It seems I've been on a bit of a theme streak lately, but these covers are just too pretty to pass up. And so here we are with yet another Beauty and the Beast retelling, this time for a middlegrade novel that I actually had to put down and DNF because I just couldn't get into it.…

You’d Be Mine [Erin Hahn]; 2019 YA Releases

Well, You'd Be Mine by Erin Hahn definitely falls into the category of a guilty pleasure read. I don't have many, but the stories that follow celebrity falls in love with a vaguely normal girl and hate to love novels really are the sort that pulls me in, even despite my typical desire to avoid most contemporary…