Every Book Hitting Shelves in April!
April is almost here, and she’s bringing books!
4/7: The Best Laid Plans by Cameron Lund – High school senior Keely Collins takes on firsts, lasts, and everything in between in this sweet, sex-positive rom-com for fans of Meg Cabot and Jenny Han.
4/7: Holding on to You by Ash Parsons – A gripping and romantic story of true love, grief, and human connection, previously published as The Falling Between Us. Now in paperback!
4/7: The Moon and More and Just Listen by Sarah Dessen – The Moon and More and Just Listen, together in one volume from New York Times bestselling author Sarah Dessen!
4/14: Dancing at the Pity Party by Tyler Feder – Part poignant cancer memoir and part humorous reflection on a motherless life, this debut graphic novel is extraordinarily comforting and engaging.
4/14: Girls Save the World in This One by Ash Parsons – Shaun of the Dead meets Clueless in this hilarious YA horror comedy set at a local zombie convention–featuring a teenage girl gang that has to save the world from a horde of actual zombies.
4/21: Time of Our Lives by Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka – A reflective, romantic coming-of-age novel that explores life after high school–perfect for fans of Fangirl and Emergency Contact.
4/21: Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan – From the author of Hot Dog Girl comes a fresh and funny queer YA contemporary novel about two teens who fall in love in an indie comic book shop.
4/21: Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay – A powerful coming-of-age story about grief, guilt, and the risks a Filipino-American teenager takes to uncover the truth about his cousin’s murder. Now in paperback!
4/28: These Witches Don’t Burn by Isabel Sterling – With everything she loves on the line, Hannah must confront this murderous villain before her coven–and any chance she has with the new girl–is destroyed. Now in paperback!
4/28: Free to Be Me by Dom&Ink – Scribble your feelings and feel your true self in a technicolor guide to being the happiest you, discovering LGBTQ+ history, and making your own queer mark on the world.