When the World Didn’t End is a powerful follow-up collection of poems by Caroline Kaufman. This collection reflects a young woman struggling with who she has become after a long battle with depression.
Brooke Favero, Contributor
Brooke is a determined writer, mom and Shadowhunter junkie. Her favorite smells are a bookstore and a chocolate croissant (preferably together). A rabid reader, she often falls asleep with a book on her face. You can follow her Middle Grade and Young Adult book recommendations on Instagram @yamgish.
If you like dark witchy tales with jaw-dropping twists, Kendare Blake’s final chapter Five Dark Fates in The Three Dark Crowns series is a must-read.
Want to be transported to Harlem in the ’80s? Then you need to read My Life as an Ice Cream Sandwich by Ibi Zoboi.
The Haunted by Danielle Vega is the perfect YA ghost story to fill the void until you see Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.
Julie Buxbaum’s newest YA novel, Hope and Other Punch Lines has all the quick wit of What to Say Next while tackling issues of death, loss, tragedy and the events of 9/11.