1. Golden Boys by Phil Stamper (February 8)
LGBTQ+ teens can enjoy an entertaining and relatable read this week with Golden Boys. The story follows a group of queer friends who begin to go separate ways in their lives- and during the summer before their final year of high school- leading them to question what lies ahead for their seemingly unbreakable bond.
2. Action Arcade Wrestling (February 9)
Like watching wrestling, but know you would never do it in real life? Recreate the excitement with Action Arcade Wrestling. Here, you can enjoy a wrestling experience that’s simulated to the extreme!
3. Stuff You Missed in History Class
History class has not been as exciting as Stuff You Missed in History Class. Here, dive into the corners of history not covered in your high school textbooks.
4. Tall Girl 2 (Netflix) (February 11)
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, follow the continuing adventures of Jodi Kreyman in Tall Girl 2 (2022). This time around, despite her newfound popularity at school, Jodi causes a series of miscommunications that will once again force her to stand tall.
5. Lulu & Milagro’s Search for Clarity by Angela Velez (February 8)
Go on a girl-powered road trip with Lulu & Milagro’s Search for Clarity. Here, two sisters who could not be more different, get paired up for their school’s cross-country college tour.
6. Let’s Be Real with Sammy Jaye
Have a real, honest conversation with one of your peers by tuning in to Let’s Be Real with Sammy Jaye. The 19-year-old host interviews activists, celebrities, influencers, and athletes about real-life themes, from political activism to mental health.
7. The Sky is Everywhere (Apple TV+) (February 11)
Have the courage to break out of your shell with the romantic comedy-drama The Sky is Everywhere. It follows shy, young musician Lennie (Grace Kaufman), as she finds love whilst struggling to hold it together after her more outgoing older sister’s passing.
8. The Socially Awkward
Have you ever felt awkward in social situations? Then give The Socially Awkward Podcast a listen. Co-hosts the Weber brothers discuss a variety of relatable social perils in a witty and entertaining way.
9. Child of Kamiari Month (Netflix) (February 8)
In this powerful anime film, twelve-year-old Kanna (Aju Makita), has a mission to help her family deliver offerings to the Gods’ gathering in Izumo.
10. Finding Her Edge by Jennifer Iacopelli (February 8)