Author Beth Kephart challenges the value of categorizing books as being for Young Adults. What does the YA label really tell us, anyway?
With masses of adults snapping up Fifty Shades’ BDSM-light erotica this summer, how long before some enterprising YA publishers dare flirt with that line?
War is a tricky subject to write about for teens. So what makes such a novel worth reading? It’s all in the details, argues author Beth Kephart.
New book discovery site iDreambooks.com promises to collate reviews from reputable sources, thus helping readers make the better book buying decisions.
As consumers become increasingly conscious of where there goods and services originate, could Amazon suffer backlash in overseas markets?
When publishers repackage classic literature to look like a YA bestseller, are they leading teens to great literature or just misleading them?
Tourists from around the world visit Scholastic’s bookstore in New York City to buy the big brands, books on NYC, as well as some surprising series.
Sonya Harnett’s books cover difficult topics and at times portray kids behaving badly. Bookseller Tanya Turek says too many parents are deterred by bad behavior.
This July’s starred self-published book reviews from BlueInk include a tense murder mystery set in Montana, the fictional bio of a 19th century Lakota boy, and more.
It’s the Fourth of July holiday in the United States. A time for beer, barbecue, swimming and, hopefully, a great summer book. Tell us: what are you reading?