Here’s a list of 30 books (middle grade novels for kids) that we hope you have already read or will hustle to the bookstore and read as soon as possible.
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AudioFile’s Editors recommend five new audiobooks for teen listeners featuring stunning stories from both established and debut authors.
Read these stories written by black voices. Read them with your children and teens and start a conversation so that we may have hope for an undivided future in which all communities feel safe.
Young adult literature is powerful on audio. From full-cast productions to sensational author narrations, audiobooks provide a new way of connecting to these works.
We have included an award-winning audiobook adapted from an award-winning graphic novel, along with four more outstanding, and emotional listens that we hope your tweens will enjoy.
We know a good book when we see one. In 2018, we saw 18 of them that we’re happy to call the best young adult books of 2018!
We have made just one update on this best selling young adult book list. Here you’ll discover five books that we’re highlighting from The New York Times’ best selling hardcover young adult list.
Kelley Armstrong, author of Aftermath, selected these ‘5 Favorite Young Adult Books.’
We can’t protect kids from everything they’ll see and endure in middle school. But chances are, there’s a novel out there that can accompany them on the journey.
There have been a few updates on the best selling young adult book list. Here you’ll discover five books that we’re highlighting from The New York Times’ best selling hardcover young adult list. Including The Hate U Give, by Angie Thomas; and One of Us is Lying, by written by Karen M. McManus.