The Education of Margot Sanchez

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7 Books With Latinx Characters You’ll Love

by Christian Vega

As someone who is Latinx, I always am happy to see complex and interesting portrayals of Latinx characters in my favorite novels. It makes me feel seen and included in so many different types of genres and narratives, and representation matters. Below are some of my favorite books that either: feature a Latinx main character […]

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Latinx Authors You Need to Read ASAP

by Rachel Berquist

We need diverse books! Representation matters because people on the outside feel seen, and it allows those on the top to understand their privilege and how to be an ally. Below are our favorite young adult books written by Latinx authors about Latinx characters. Latinx Authors You Need to Read ASAP 1. Janelle Milanes – […]

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The Perfect Book for your Summer Job

by Amy Hendricks

We’re almost halfway through summer, which hopefully means plenty of fun in the sun with a good book close at hand! Unless you’re running up a big ice cream bill, and “fun in the sun” time has inevitably turned into “work your summer job” time until school starts back up. While toiling away at a […]

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10 #OwnVoices Novels You Need to Read Right Now

by Lili Feinberg

Diversity in YA is being championed like never before, and we’re totally here for it! So we wanted to take a moment to recommend some #OwnVoices reads to diversify your bookshelves. For a book to be categorized as an #OwnVoices novel, it has to feature a main character who shares the marginalized identity of the […]

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The Book and Food Pairings of Your Dreams

by Vanessa DeJesus

Two of my favorite things: Books and Food. And while I often find myself so engrossed in a novel that I forget to eat, treats can actually enhance the experience. Just be sure not to turn the pages with sticky fingers! The Book and Food Pairings of Your Dreams 1. To All the Boys I’ve […]

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The Bronx is Beautiful

by Diego Molano Rodriguez

The Bronx. This is the only borough that is preceded by “The,” an assertion that it is one of a kind. When people think about New York City, they often forget this massive section of it – popular culture has written it off as little more than a den of crime and poverty, frankly not […]

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Like Pretty in Pink? Try This!

by Danielle Finnegan

Like This? Try This! Why? Pretty in Pink is a CLASSIC teen movie because it’s relatable, hilarious, and romantic! Everything you love about Pretty in Pink is emulated in The Education of Margot Sanchez. Margot, just like Andie, has to navigate two complete separate social spheres—one in her private school and another at home in […]

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Reasons to Read

5 Reasons to Read The Education of Margot Sanchez

by Janine Perez

The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera is a powerful coming of age story that has a little bit of everything. With complex characters, interesting family dynamics, cultural diversity, and a storyline that everyone can relate to in some way, it’s a book that everyone should have everyone taking note. It also has a great premise! My […]

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Author Guest Post

The Education of Margot Sanchez Playlist

by Lilliam Rivera

Lilliam Rivera’s debut novel The Education of Margot Sanchez may have just hit stores everywhere this week but authors and reviewers have been raving about it for months! Here’s a sample of some of the great quotes it’s garnered: _________________ “Introducing Lilliam Rivera, one of the most unique and exciting new voices in YA. The Education […]

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