Nate Plus One


Product Details

$17.99  $16.73
Random House Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
5.6 X 8.3 X 1.1 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author

Kevin van Whye was born and raised in South Africa, where his love for storytelling started at a young age. Kevin is the author of Date Me, Bryson Keller. He lives in Johannesburg, and when he's not reading, he's writing stories that give his characters the happy rom-com endings they deserve. Find him at


Praise for Nate Plus One:

"Hits all the right notes." --Kirkus Reviews

"[An] exuberant summer love story." --Publishers Weekly

"Readers, who will root for the likable characters, will be happy to themselves be Nate's plus-one." --Booklist

Praise for Date Me, Bryson Keller by Kevin van Whye:

"I can't tell you how much joy [Date Me, Bryson Keller] brought me. One of the most adorable, big-hearted, charming books in existence." --Becky Albertalli, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

"A sweet romance and exploration of the ways we can accidentally fall in love. Adorable and authentic." --L. C. Rosen, author of Jack of Hearts (and Other Parts) and Camp

"[A] fantastic love story . . . Uplifting." --BuzzFeed

"A poignant, cute queer love story that showers teens with support and shows that the hate will never win as long as we stick together." --The Nerd Daily

"An adorable featherlight romance." --The Guardian

"A fun, feel-good story that shows the importance of having a strong support system, that love is love, and that everyone deserves to love and be loved." --School Library Journal

"This #ownvoices debut is scrupulously romantic . . . A solid blend of swoon-worthy moments and minor injustices." --Kirkus Reviews

"[Kevin van Whye] writes a coming-out story with authority and empathy . . . The execution is appealing, and readers, too, will want to date Bryson." --Booklist

"Debut author van Whye uses the dare to set up a book filled with good-natured sweetness." --Publishers Weekly