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Teen reading resources blog
The Hunger Games movie comes out in three weeks. Leading up to the release, this blog will be highlighting new young adult books for fans of Suzanne Colllins's books.
Partials by Dan Wells
Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life
by Wendy Mass
Time travel is a plot device that is popping up in more and more young adult novels lately. Here are six recent books featuring time traveling teens:
The Glenside Public Library District will now be collecting these manga series:
Highschool of the Dead
These sequels and series titles are now on order. Click on the picture of the book to go to the catalog record. Then click on the "Request It" button on the left to place your hold.
Last year, I posted my all-time favorite YA couples. This year, I am featuring couples from young adult novels that I have read in the past twelve months. I am counting sequels, so some of my all-time faves will end up on this list.
This post contains spoilers about romantic pairings and possible romantic pairings, so stop reading if you don't want to be spoiled.
Many young adult novels featuring witches have come out in the past year. A few of these were highlighted last Halloween in this blog post..
Here are three recent titles:
Some recent young adult books are offering new takes on classic works of literature.
Gil Marsh by A.C.E. Bauer
The Hunger Games movie comes out on March 23. Prepare for the release by checking out these three series related books.
The Hunger Games: The Official Illustrated Movie Companion
Last October, I wrote a blog post about photographic novels - books that use photographs to aid the telling of the story. You can read the blog post here. Illustrated novels are also gaining popularity. These books use drawings and other types of illustrations to involve the reader in the story.
Here are three recent young adult novels that employ illustrations: