By Mariah Wellman
Oct 16, 2015 @ 1:30 pm
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YouTube content creators are known for their innovations in new media, but lately, stars have been moving off the screen and back into a more traditional form—books. This month, four popular YouTubers are releasing books of their own, including super gamer PewDiePie and LGBTQ+ activist Tyler Oakley. Scroll down to see the four books to read if you love watching these YouTube stars.

1. Binge by Tyler Oakley


YouTube Channel: TylerOakley
Number of Subscribers: 7.7 million
What It’s About: Oakley is one of the most prominent LGBTQ+ voices on YouTube. His first book is a collection of personal essays that have never been revealed on his channel. ($13; available for pre-order at

2. This Book Loves You by Felix Kjellberg


YouTube Channel: PewDiePie
Number of Subscribers: 39.9 million
What It’s About: PewDiePie is best known for filming everything from comedic rants while playing video games to footage of his everyday life. Broadcasting his unfiltered perspective has earned him more than 39 million followers—the most of any channel on YouTube. His parody self-help paperback is full of illustrated sayings, advice, and wisdom from the star himself. ($10; available for pre-order at

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3. Girl Online: On Tour by Zoe Sugg


YouTube Channel: Zoella
Number of Subscribers: 9.3 million
What It’s About: Written by a popular beauty and lifestyle guru, this novel is the sequel to New York Times best seller, Girl Online. This time around, the main character Penny goes on a new adventure in Europe. ($10; available for pre-order at

4. This Amazing Book Is Not on Fire by Dan Howell and Phil Lester


YouTube Channel(s): AmazingPhil and danisnotonfire
Number of Subscribers:: 8.2 million, combined
What It’s About: Dan and Phil are two British YouTubers known for sharing their self-proclaimed awkwardness with the Internet. In their new comedy book, they're coming together to offer up behind-the-scenes stories, advice, and interactive quizzes. ($11; available at