High School Resources

For Parents, Teachers, and Librarians

Children’s Books by Black Voices to Read with Your Readers

Unexamined Narratives: Educators’ Brochure for Grades 7–12

This educators’ brochure highlights fiction and nonfiction titles that touch on topics forgotten, ignored, or deliberately suppressed—drawing attention to gaps and silences in dominant cultural reading. Integrate these titles into your social studies or English curricula for anti-bias reading.

Young Adult Creative Writing Guide

A creative writing guide for students and writers of all ages to use at home!


A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder audio book!

Young Adult Literature Circles Guide

Introduce a variety of genres and levels of difficulty to the classroom and encourage students to have meaningful conversations in book clubs with supplemental texts.

Young Adult Supplemental Texts Brochure

Pair these young adult novels with classics while students are reading at home.

Discussion Guides

The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review has helped millions succeed on standardized tests, and also provides expert advice and instruction to help parents, teachers, students, and schools navigate the complexities of school admissions. The Princeton Review wants to keep you informed about learning, studying, and test-taking during covid-19. Visit their YouTube channel for regular video updates.

Additional resources

Random House Teachers and Librarians