With the added diversity and the unique storylines, people of different cultures and backgrounds worldwide feel more included and motivated to achieve greatness in today’s literature. Here are ten of the best books of 2020 that readers could not put down.
Elizabeth Acevedo’s novel, Clap When You Land, is one of the best books of 202 and it’s soon becoming a television series!
From queer romance, to literary-inspired survival guides, this week’s genre picks are a YA dream come true. You don’t want to miss these!
Elizabeth Acevedo is always true to her Latina roots. With her first bestseller and award-winning novel, The Poet X, told in verse, she broke new ground exploring what it means to be a young Latina and how she has to hide her true self from her family and pours her soul into her journal writing poetry. Then, this year, her recent book, With the Fire on High, Acevedo did it again, telling a story of a teenage mom and her struggles to follow her dreams of being a chef and be an average teenager. She tackles the stories we don’t …