Concrete Rose is Bookstacked’s first YA book club pick — and we all agree it was a good one. Angie Thomas’ Concrete Rose is an emotional journey that packs a punch. It’s a relevant and needed book in today’s world, one that further explores what it means to be Black in America while also being so relatable to absolutely anyone who picks it up.
In this episode of the podcast, we sit down to discuss what’s sure to be one of our favorite books of the year.
- Review: Angie Thomas wowed us all with her latest novel ‘Concrete Rose’
- Nostalgia for a place I’ve never been: An interview with Louisa Onomé
- How L. L. McKinney and Robyn Smith are shining a spotlight on Nubia, Wonder Woman’s Black twin sister
- 10 Years of Peculiardom: Ransom Riggs reflects on completing the Miss Peregrine’s series
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