Hey Ya

From great new books to favorite classic reads, from news to the latest in on-screen adaptations, the Hey YA podcast is here to elevate the exciting world of young adult lit.

#14: Does Time Have Meaning?

Eric and Kelly talk about the latest diversity numbers in YA lit from the CCBC along with the #KidLitWomen discussions around the web, YA books about teen change makers, and wrap up with a look at some great books to read for Women’s History Month on feminism.

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Finding Felicityby Stacey Kade

Down and AcrossbyArvin Ahmadi

The Radical Elementedited by Jessica Spotswood

2017 CCBC Diversity Stats for Children’s Books

CCBC Blog Post on 2017 #OwnVoices Children’s Books

#KidLitWomen Post Round-Up

Edi Campbele on Black Girl Economics in YA

Zetta Elliott’s 2017 MG and YA Titles By Black Authors

Little and Lionby Brandy Colbert

Akata Warriorby Nnedi Okorafor

Siege of Shadowsby Sarah Raughley

The Chocolate Warby Robert Cormier

Little Brotherby Cory Doctorow

Destroy All Carsby Blake Nelson

Marchtrilogy by John Lewis

The Rock and the Riverduology by Kekla Magoon

This Side of Homeby Reneé Watson

The Inside of Outby Jenn Marie Thorne

The Latte Rebellionby Sarah Jamila Stevenson

Hate Listby Jennifer Brown

This Is How It Endsby Marieke Nijkamp

Violent Endsedited by Shaun David Hutchinson

Shooterby Walter Dean Myers

That’s Not What Happenedby Kody Keplinger

Underwaterby Marisa Reichart

And We Stayby Jenny Hubbard

Audacityby Melanie Crowder

Badass Bygone Broadsby Mackenzie Lee

BumpedandThumpedby Megan McCafferty

#NotYourPrincess: Voices of Native American Womenby Lisa Charleyboy and Mary Beth Leatherdale

Rebel Ladies Who Rocked the Worldby Penelope Bagieu

Exquisite Corpseby Penelope Bagieu

Americanized: Rebel Without a Green Cardby Sara Saedi

Wonder Womenby Sam Maggs

Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxyby Sam Maggs

Here We Are: Feminism for the Real Worldedited by Kelly Jensen

Girls in Justiceby Richard Ross

Push Out: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schoolby Monique Morris

Girls Incarcerated (Netflix Streaming)

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