Read of the Week: OwlCrate + The Best Diverse YA Around

Diversity has been the height of book conversation for some time now, and I, myself, have been looking left and right for something to hit the spot. That is, of course, before this found its way to my doorstep:

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That you’re looking at is the wondrous OwlCrate, which includes a book and other literature goodies great for any book nerd. I was lucky enough to get a diversity-themed box, and anyone who hasn’t read More Happy Than Not should check out fellow TYF writer Michael’s review of it here. After reading the book to myself, I thought, “How many great diverse books are out there right now?” and so came the birth of this post. Pictured below are additional close up images of all the fun new toys I got in the mail.

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Because I’m all for sharing, leave a comment below telling us about your favorite diverse YA, or let us know what you think of some of our top picks, and you’ll have a chance to win these super cute earrings and fun shoe wings! It’s as simple as that: comment and you’re in.

Keep on reading through for some of the best diversity in YA and let us know what you think. 

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Steph is 20 years old, born and raised in Miami, Florida. An avid reader and aspiring author, she oftentimes wishes she were a fictional character. The rest of her free time is divided between watching bad foreign films and partaking in Disney trivia. She can be contacted via Twitter (@Stephest21) or email : StephanieTYF@yahoo.com
  • Nobody Ramirez

    I am crazy jealous, the More Happy Than Not is amazing! My favorite on the list diverse YA has to be Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe and The Alex Crow by Andrew Smith.