It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! We’re definitely seasonal readers, which means we love reading Christmas books in December. Bring us all the fluffy romance and holiday cheer. We compiled a list of the YA Christmas books guaranteed to get you ready to deck the halls. Let us know your favorite holiday reads in the comments!Continue reading “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas: YA Book Edition”
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YA Books to Read During the 2021 Holiday Season
‘Tis the season! We love this time of a year and we’re also a sucker for a cute holiday romance. Now that Thanksgiving is officially over, it’s time to get into the holiday spirit. We put together a list of 15 books to help you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, the Winter Solstice and New Year’s Eve.
Whatever you celebrate, have a great holiday season filled with fun, family, friends and books! Now excuse us while we go grab a cozy blanket, get a cup of hot chocolate and dive into some holiday reads.
1. Pretty Little Secrets by Sara Shepard
Pretty Little Secrets is a companion book to Pretty Little Liars. It’s Winter in Rosewood, Pennsylvania and each girl has a crazy holiday season. Hanna’s Hanukkah isn’t off to a good start, Aria’s Winter Solstice leads to a shocking discovery, Emily’s Christmas plans lead to an arrest and Spencer gets into a New Year’s Eve competition. We love this hilarious and dramatic addition to one of our favorite series.Continue reading “YA Books to Read During the 2021 Holiday Season”
YA City Guide: New York City
Do you want to travel right now but you don’t have the time? We can help by providing our readers with book recommendations! The YA City Guide is a new feature on our blog where we recommend great books set in a major city. If you haven’t already, check out our previous city guides for Paris and London.
This YA City Guide is all about New York City! The city that never sleeps. The Big Apple. We admit, we became obsessed with NYC because of Gossip Girl. We used to dream of strolling the streets of the Upper East Side like Blair and Serena.
Keep reading to learn about some of our favorite YA books set in NYC! Did we mention any of your favorites? Let us know in the comments.Continue reading “YA City Guide: New York City”