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While you wait for the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before movie

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August!!! Why are you so far away?! After the cutest teen rom-com trailer ever (go on, you can watch it again, we’ll be here) released yesterday, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before movie seems WAY too far away.

These hella swoony reads might just make the wait for Lara Jean’s story just a little easier to handle.

 

My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick

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Lara Jean has her Josh, and Samantha has Jase! Much like Lara Jean, Sam spends her life looking over the fence at the boy she desires but things get complicated when his massive family of brothers and sisters invite Sam into their lives with unexpected repercussions.

 

Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins

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Speaking of boys next door, Lola and Cricket Bell join the ever-growing list of YA characters who have developed romantic feelings for their neighbors. We think Lola and Lara Jean would totally bond over their fashion passion and tricky romantic relationships.

 

Lock & Key by Sarah Dessen

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You can’t have a swoony romance list without a Sarah Dessen book, it’s just the RULES! We picked Lock & Key because much like Lara Jean, Ruby is dealing with her teens years without her mother and a difficult relationship with her sister. PLUS Nate who is the boy next door, is super swoony!

 

We Are Okay by Nina LaCour

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It’s all about the letters, both unsent and sent. And while Lara Jean’s letters are to her unrequited loves, for Marin it’s more about bridging the gap of lost friendships. And just as with Lara Jean, sometimes life confronts you in person when you’re not prepared but maybe ready for a change!

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Four YA Characters Who Pulled a Steve Trevor from Wonder Woman

If you’re a fan of the 2017 Wonder Woman movie like us, then you were left pretty devastated by the ending that – SPOILER ALERT – left Steve Trevor (Chris Pine at his most-Chris-tastic) sacrificing himself to save …well everyone. But with the EPIC new trailer for Wonder Woman 1984 having just been released, you … Continued
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5 books to read while waiting for Children of Virtue and Vengeance

If you’re a YA fantasy fan like we are, then you’ll know that the Children of Blood and Bone phenomenon is set to continue this December with its much anticipated sequel, Children of Virtue and Vengeance. Sequels are always a waiting game, and what better way to pass the time than by diving into another … Continued
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Penguin Teen Cover Reveal Bonanza!

Summer, 2020 is packed full of amazing reads…and you’re about to get an exclusive sneak peek. IT’S TIME FOR THE SUMMER 2020 COVER REVEAL BONANZA. Today, we are revealing not one, not two, but SIX covers, from debut authors to the beloved return of our favorite witchy characters! We may have even snatched an excerpt for each … Continued
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Holiday Gift Tags for the Book Lover in Your Life

Have a booklover in your life? Holiday shopping stressing you out? We’ve got recommendations that might help. Namely, adorable pre-order gift tags!   The Conference of the Birds by Ransom Riggs Miss Peregrine fans REJOICE! The fifth installment of Ransom Riggs’s Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children is coming January 14th!    “Do you trust me?” Now, with … Continued
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2020 YA Sneak Peek!

Hello and WELCOME to the 2020 YA sneak peek! We’re talking all early info on upcoming 2020 books we cannot WAIT for!   All the Days Past, All the Days to Come by Mildred D. Taylor – January 7, 2020 The saga of the Logan family–made famous in the Newbery Medal-winning Roll of Thunder, Hear My … Continued
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Seriously, you should read Rules for Vanishing

Hey, friends! Joy from Penguin Teen here. We’ve been venturing into Booktube over at Penguin Teen to share monthly book hauls with you, so in case you missed September’s you can find it below! Okay, so if you couldn’t tell from the above, I’m just a lil obsessed with Rules for Vanishing by Kate Alice Marshall. I … Continued
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5 Reasons You Need to Read LET IT SNOW. Like…now

HEY. Joy from Penguin Teen here, about to be waaaaay enthusiastic about why you need to read Let It Snow this December. But first, JUST IN CASE you missed our James & Joy Book Club this month (which, psh, why would you??), I’ll leave that here: ONWARD. Here is why you need to read Let It Snow. … Continued
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People who could not handle the ending of The Beautiful

The Beautiful had some…moments in it. If you know, you know. Things happened. Hearts broke. Mainly ours. Long story short, people on the internet are having some FEELINGS about it.   To put it simply:   You might say The Beautiful was…beautiful And emotions? You’ll have lots of them. Those emotions won’t go away for … Continued
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5 reasons why James recommends A River of Royal Blood

Hey there, YA lovers! it’s James from Penguin Teen. Somehow November sneaked up on all of us, so it’s time for another Book Haul for our James & Joy Book Club! Check out our November Book Haul video: I’ve selected A River of Royal Blood by Amanda Joy as my November Book Club Pick, and … Continued
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5 Reasons FIREBORNE is the book your heart desperately desires

Welcome back to Joy (me, hi) Rants About Why You MUST Read Fireborne by Rosaria Munda. Like asap. Like what are you WAITING for. In case you missed our October Book Haul here’s a picture of me judging James for not reading it yet: Fireborne is the Game of Thrones meets Harry Potter fantasy you’re going to … Continued
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