In recent years, we’ve seen more YA books with Jewish representation. This is great for diversity in literature and for gift giving during the holiday season. If you’re buying Hanukkah gifts for someone who celebrates or just on the lookout for reading inspiration, these YA books should definitely be considered. The majority of them are YA contemporary romance and are guaranteed to make you swoon.Continue reading “YA Books with Jewish Representation to Read for Hanukkah”
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Blog Tour: As If On Cue by Marisa Kanter
A pair of fierce foes are forced to work together to save the arts at their school in this swoony YA
enemies-to-lovers romance that fans of Jenny Han and Morgan Matson are sure to adore.
Lifelong rivals Natalie and Reid have never been on the same team. So when their school’s art budget
faces cutbacks, of course Natalie finds herself up against her nemesis once more. She’s fighting to direct the school’s first ever student-written play, but for her small production to get funding, the school’s award-winning band will have to lose it. Reid’s band. And he’s got no intention of letting the show go on.
Blog Tour: What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.*
Can a love triangle have only two people in it? Halle proves it can. YA book blogger Halle Levitt moved from place to place her entire life because her parents are Academy award-nominated directors of documentaries. For her senior year in high school, Halle and her brother move in with their grandfather in Connecticut while their parents spend a year in Israel filming their latest project. All of her friends are online through her blog, where she goes by the pen name, Kels.Continue reading “Blog Tour: What I Like About You by Marisa Kanter”