If you're a fan of Young Adult fiction, then you know how damn good it is as a genre.
And some of the best YA fiction out there are the books with underrepresented characters. Maybe you're a fan of If I Was Your Girl, with a trans main character.
Perhaps you absolutely loved the story of refugee Mina in When Michael Met Mina.
Have you read The Hate U Give, which gives a first-hand account of racialised violence?
Or do you like to read about characters with invisible or chronic disabilities, like Dead Girls Society?
We want to know about your favourite diverse books! Let us know in the comments about the best reads with underrepresented characters, bodies, and experiences. Your answer could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post!