Hello, and welcome to the April 2021 edition of the Queer Fiction Blog! This month we have a little fake-dating between rival high school girls, a murder mystery involving a reluctant mystery bookstore owner, and a high school student possibly falling in love at his new school. We hope you find something you like to…
Teen Volunteer Review: A Place Called Armageddon
By LauraBMarch 30, 2021
This week, Boston Latin School sophomore Kien Bui read A Place Called Armageddon by C.C. Humphreys. Check out why he loved it!
The Atlanta Killings: Combatting Racism, Violence & Hate Crimes; Naming Issues, Recognizing Complexity
By dleonardMarch 24, 2021
A Reflection on What Happened in Atlanta by President David Leonard Early last week, we were reminded once again, in one horrific event, of the myriad challenges our society faces – challenges of systemic racism; of individual racist action; of violence; the lack of responsible gun control; and the ubiquity of not only racism but…
Teen Volunteer Post: Celebrating Bach’s Birthday in 2021
By LauraBMarch 18, 2021
Mia Ikeda talks about one of her favorite composers, Johann Sebastian Bach, in honor of his birthday.
Teen Volunteer Review: The Strain
By LauraBMarch 16, 2021
Boston Latin School sophomore Kien Bui reviews The Strain by Chuck Hogan and Guillermo Del Toro as part of our teen volunteer program that shares local high schoolers' thoughts on books, movies, and more.
On Tape: Highlights of the McKim Building
By Meghan WeeksMarch 8, 2021
A brief video tour featuring highlights of the McKim Building at the Central Library in Copley Square.
Queer Fiction Blog: March 2021
By JordanDMarch 3, 2021
This month we have a gay teen in a dream world, box store employees jumping into another dimension, and a slice-of-life manga about love!
Teen Volunteer Review: We Were Liars
By LauraBMarch 3, 2021
Check out Boston Latin Academy sophomore Jeylin Hamilton's review of We Were Liars, part of our teen volunteer program that shares local high schoolers' thoughts on books, movies, and more.
Researching Your Irish Ancestry
By JessyWMarch 3, 2021
If you have Irish ancestry and you’re researching your family, the BPL has many books and online resources to help you in your search.
Teen Volunteer Review: Brown Girl Dreaming
By LauraBMarch 2, 2021
In today's post, Westford Academy student Mia Ikeda shares her opinions on Brown Girl Dreaming.
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