uring the fall season, the apple truly hits its prime with delicious concoctions like apple cider, apple pie, caramel apples — and the list goes on. October marks National Apple Month, a dedication to the top-tier fruit that’s been around for nearly 10,000 years. But apples are more than just food — they’ve played a central role in several cultural contexts. This hasn’t all been positive though. Literary texts around the 16th century mention the apple as the Forbidden Fruit that Adam and Eve ate. Even Disney played a part in the apple’s bad rap with the Poisoned Apple in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. That being said, being an apple also has its pros. It's considered the Fruit of Knowledge, a symbol of positivity, love, sensuality and fertility, and it also happens to be the logo and brand for one of the world's largest tech giants (Apple).
Adults are reading Young Adult (YA) literature. Yeah, adult adults — grown people with jobs, who pay their own bills, chat about interest rates on mortgages, or maybe even have young adult children themselves. Not only are they reading it, they also make up most of YA literature’s readership.