Enter for a chance to win a copy of Travelers: A Freaks Novel by Brett Riley! Falling in love. Evading the authorities. Chasing the rabbits.
Reading books is known to promote empathy by pulling the readers into the world of the characters and giving them insight into their thoughts and feelings.
Karly West has embraced her “irreverent nerdiness” to create a one-of-a-kind graphic novel series for teens and young adults entitled The Scholarly Banana.
An unexpected and phenomenal debut, THE SMELL OF OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES should be on everyone’s TBR list.
The Radius of Us blends a heart-wrenching portrayal of real teen relationships with striking social commentary.
Kat Spears debut novel is, quite simply, a delight. It has all the ingredients for an engaging and witty read, laced with honesty and insight that’s refreshingly real.
With so many strong novels on this list, all but one young adult novel, John Green’s Paper Towns, remains the same on our hand-picked list from the Best Selling Young Adult list.
Seventeen-year-old Tora Reynolds is one of the last survivors on Earth when the sun starts to burn out way ahead of schedule. She is tough and sarcastic which has helped her to survive, yet she also has a vulnerable side that comes out when she comes across fellow survivors.
The Alex Awards are given to the 10 best adult books that appeal to teen audiences and are announced by the American Library Association.
“What’s up with My Family?” tackles eight issues that often confound teenagers with regard to how their parents and siblings behave.