We love Tumblr. (That’s why YA Interrobang spends so much time on it.) For those looking to fill their Tumblr dashboards with bookish news, reviews, and pictures, here’s a list of my ten favorite bookish YA Tumblrs.
This blog is filled with pretty book aesthetics, as well as some cool book haul vlogs. It’s a great introductory blog to the YA world, as it doesn’t focus on any particular series, so you can dip your toes into the bookish side!
Chock full of cool quotes from YA books, this blog is also a fan account for many movies based off books, so a good place to dip your toes into the fan side of Tumblr (if you’re not already immersed in it!).
Lots of beautiful bookish aesthetics to make you feel happy inside, and all from someone who works in the industry.
This blog has mostly reviews of YA books, with some pretty pictures interspersed throughout. Bonus: it’s run by Lucy, who does all of our weekly round-ups.
More pretty aesthetics, and a truly beautiful tag system that makes finding posts about specific authors/books so very easy.
This blog is dedicated to sharing the love of books through reviews, interviews, LEGO fan art and more. It will fill your dashboard with all things books, so you never miss a thing.
We Need Diverse Books is a grassroots organization created to address the lack of diverse, non-majority narratives in children’s literature. They are committed to the ideal that embracing diversity will lead to acceptance, empathy, and ultimately equality.
A community of readers where the conversations start with books. Exchange ideas with authors and friends, share photos and videos, and win prizes!
A truly great blog that has interviews with authors, reviews of books, the occasional shelfie, and is a strong voice in the representation of mental illness, as well as asexuality, in YA books.
This amazing blog offers a monthly subscription box of the best Young Adult novels, and other goodies, month after month. It’s a great place to immerse yourself in the YA world.
What other bookish Tumblrs do you love to follow? Sound off in the comments below!