Nicola Yoon is one of the best known – and bestselling – authors writing today in the realm of YA fiction. Her debut, Everything, Everything, catapulted her to the top of the charts in 2015. Told through diary entries, text messages, and even illustrations, the story focuses around a teenage protagonist who suffers from a rare immune disease often called “bubble boy syndrome” – but refuses to let this debilitating condition define her. Warner Brothers adapted Everything, Everything into an award-winning 2017 feature film starring Amandla Stenberg. The New York Times lauded Yoon’s 2016 follow-up, teen romance The Sun Is Also A Star, as “a deep dive into love and chance and self-determination – and the many ways humans affect one another, often without knowing it.” Like its predecessor, The Sun Is Also A Star dominated bestseller lists for the better part of a year, and received its own Hollywood treatment. It also garnered Yoon a finalist nod for the National Book Award, and a host of other high honors besides.