YA Books Coming to Shelves in April 2023!
April is STACKED with amazing new reads. Scroll down for a preview of what’s hitting shelves this month!
Danger and Other Unknown Risks by Ryan North and Erica Henderson – April 4
A twisty, spellbinding adventure about a girl and her dog who want to save the world, Danger and Other Unknown Risks is the highly anticipated YA graphic novel debut from Eisner Award-winning and New York Times bestselling creators Ryan North and Erica Henderson.
Never Vacation with Your Ex by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka – April 4
The Summer I Turned Pretty meets People We Meet on Vacation in a YA second chance romance where the rules for getting over an ex turn out to be more complicated than they seem.
Viva Lola Espinoza by Ella Cerón – April 11
A debut young adult novel that’s Pride & Prejudice with a dash of magic, about a booksmart teen who spends the summer in Mexico City, meets two very cute boys, attempts to learn Spanish, and uncovers a family secret that changes her life forever.
Where to Start by Mental Health America, illustrated by Gemma Correll – April 11
A comforting and useful resource for anyone who’s struggling emotionally and looking for help―from the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit that addresses the needs of those living with mental illness
Snow & Poison by Melissa de la Cruz – April 18
Love is stronger than poison in this lush retelling of “Snow White” by #1 New York Times bestselling author Melissa de la Cruz.
Queer Power! by Dom&Ink – April 18
An inspiring, expansive anthology that celebrates some of the LGBTQIA+ community’s trailblazers, champions, and icons from across the rainbow.
Star Splitter by Matthew J. Kirby – April 25
Survival and self-determination collide in this haunting, pulse-pounding science fiction novel from Edgar Award–winning author Matthew J. Kirby that spans both space and time.
Kiss & Tell by Adib Khorram – April 25
A smart, sexy YA novel about a boy band star, his first breakup, his first rebound, and what it means to be queer in the public eye, from award-winning author Adib Khorram. Now in paperback!
Not Everyone Is Going to Like You by Rinny Perkins – April 25
A debut illustrated manifesto by Rinny Perkins (@RinnyRiot) about what she’s learned as a queer Black woman through the art of self-validation.