A powerful memoir by Chanel Miller, a woman who was sexually assaulted on the Stanford campus. This story illuminates a culture biased to protect perpetrators. You will leave this story angry, but also with an altered view of our justice system and society as a whole, especially pertaining to the treatment of women.
Through its beautiful illustrations, this novel explores a teen's life as she grapples with her toxic sapphic relationship. Lighthearted, yet serious at times, you will see as the main charcater's friends try to help her out of this relationship, as well as see the main character try to figure out what she really deserves.
One of Claire's sisters went missing 20 years ago, and a new missing girl is bringing up memories of the past. As Claire and her sister learn about what really happened, they realize it may have been better not to know at all. This novel explores sister relationships, and whether knowing something terrible is worse than never having known at all. (Sensitive Conent 18+)
Grace gives birth to her daughter at 16 and puts her up for adoption, yet she cannot help but feel a connection towards her. Having second thoughts about giving up her daughter, she finds her biological siblings and figures out what it really means to be family. Beautifully written, this book will leave you grateful for the ones you love, and heartwarmed by the carefully crafted story of siblings finding a home with each other.
When a man solves the world's greatest mathematical problem, an alien is sent by its people to kill him off and take his place. Through the alien's perspective, you will get a look into the human experience, and all of the weird things humans do that you don't even realize are weird.