In the midst of release week, I was surprised by a new review of A Room Away from the Wolves from NPR! I don’t usually read reviews, but I happened to read this one, and I came away feeling very understood.
I am stunned and thrilled to announce that The New York Times Book Review reviewed The Walls Around Us in its YA Crossover column and said some truly incredible things…
Seven stars! The Walls Around Us has been collecting some incredible reviews and I have to share that this week it just got its seventh (7!) starred review, this time from the Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books.
The Walls Around Us is shocked and thrilled (okay, her author is) to get a fourth starred review—that’s four out of four!—from Booklist…
Two more trade reviews for The Walls Around Us have come in… and they are both starred! I’m excited to share snippets from the reviews from The Horn Book Magazine and School Library Journal here:
The Walls Around Us got its first trade review—it’s always so nerve-wracking waiting for these—and I’m beyond thrilled to say it was a wonderful starred (!) review from Kirkus…
I try to avoid reading reviews and making myself crazy, but I had to share this Review in Doodle of my new book The Walls Around Us. The review is just 25 seconds long and kind of perfect.
Imaginary Girls was featured in this Bookslut piece called “We Can’t Choose Our Families,” I loved what was said about the book so much, I just had to share.
I don’t know if you’ve been following the launch of the utterly awesome new online publication for teenage girls founded by Tavi Gevinson… It’s called ROOKIE. Well, I have. I think it’s so brilliant and inspiring and creative and everything I would have surely devoured as a teenager. So imagine my excitement when I saw my own […]
Imaginary Girls was the Recommended Book of the Week on Figment this past week!
If you live in Los Angeles, you may have noticed that Imaginary Girls was reviewed in the Sunday Books section of the Los Angeles Times this weekend!
Imaginary Girls got its fourth starred review—this one in the July 1 issue of School Library Journal!