Tori Barney, Columbia College Chicago
Young adult novels based around the holidays are often much more inclusive than their cinematic counterparts and are sure to have something that truly anyone can enjoy.
Brunella Tipismana, Smith College
In his latest book, author and YouTuber John Green examines objects and concepts in search for beauty within humanity, making a compelling case for hope in a time of extremes.
Mirella Gonzales, Texas Tech University
It’s time to go on another angsty adventure with the prolific young adult author.
Sarah Stager, University of Pittsburgh
The author who can do it all is telling the stories of humanity — and rating each of them on a five-star scale.
Eleanore Belanger, Arizona State University
The channel features simple breakdowns of complex topics from your favorite personalities.
Sam Shepherd, McGill University
Because there’s more to growing up than ‘The Catcher in the Rye.’
Jocelyn Campos, University of Texas at San Antonio
It’s no ‘The Fault in Our Stars,’ that’s for sure.
Gracie Riley, University of South Carolina-Columbia
The best bookshelves have to offer.
He’s doing what so many mental health advocates struggle to do: take their own advice.
Cassie Rowett, Southern New Hampshire University
Channels like Crash Course, Khan Academy and others are perfect for complementing your in-class education.
Allison Kestler, Augustana College
No matter how packed your schedule is, each of these books can find a place in it.
The two are currently on tour promoting Hank’s first novel, ‘An Absolutely Remarkable Thing,’ and their lovable dynamic is on full display.
Gabbi Calabrese, Arkansas Tech University
Can anything really compare to the heartbreaking masterpiece that is ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ though?
Raina Sciocchetti, Unity College
Jokes, politics, wisdom and dog pictures await.
Alicia Drier, Roosevelt University
When books are marketed to large audiences, disturbing themes can find their way into the hands of unsuspecting readers.
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