A recent article in Slate sings praises for Rookie's latest print yearbook:
On the book table at Urban Outfitters, stacked among the silly Tumblr-to-print tomes that a certain type of young adult tends to store in the bathroom, you will find a curious cultural artifact called Rookie Yearbook Two. A magical thing hiding among sad gimmicks, the book collects a year’s worth of highlights from Tavi Gevinson’s Web magazine for teenage girls. It’s being marketed as a keepsake for regular Rookie readers or as a gift for your niece, so it will be overlooked by most adult eyes. But it shouldn’t be.
Read the full review of the yearbook in Slate here.
Rookie editor in chief Tavi Gevinson was also on Jimmy Fallon earlier this month and created a custom collage for Jimmy from the yearbook. You can check it out here:
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