These books for young adults explore subjects ranging from friendship to social justice and everything in between.
A shocking and moving novel about two girls whose newly minted friendship gives them the courage to stand up to an abusive boyfriend.
Audrey O'Hearn has crafted an unforgettable story about a teenager becoming a man in this book for young adults.
A stunning novel about what happens when you don't follow your heart, and the lies and secret suffering that can continue to haunt you.
Ray is a sixteen-year-old Chinese immigrant who is just trying to fit in, but is forced to live on the streets when his father learns he is gay.
A deeply emotional graphic memoir of a young woman’s struggles with self-esteem and body image issues.
A stunning verse novel about a sixteen-year-old sex worker trying to survive in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside during the time of the Pickton murders.
A timely and gripping novel about four young migrants who seek safe haven in England and end up adrift in the English Channel.
This Groundwork Guide explains the ascent of giant petroleum companies and how they seized control of oil fields and markets around the world.
Two teenaged outsiders establish an uneasy truce in this visually arresting, one-of-a-kind collage-style novel.
Legalizing weed doesn't mean that living on a secret, family-run grow-op is easy, especially when your new girlfriend is the daughter of a cop.
Set in a TB sanatorium during World War II, this is a haunting and ultimately joyful novel from Governor General's Award winner Martha Brooks.
In the sequel to Suck it In and Smile, Ellie is wrestling her life under control — but how long can she keep it together, and does she even want to?