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Sarah is the author of Bruised and High and Dry for teens, and Club Deception for adults. Her new romantic comedy, Fame Adjacent, comes out April 2019. She lives with her magician husband and 6-year-old son in a suburb of L.A. She tweets @Sarah_Skilton.

The 10 Best Teen Books of September

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The 10 Best Teen Books of September

September brings with it a whirlwind of fantasy reads, romances, murder mysteries, and contemporary fables about finding one’s place in the world amid...
New Releases: Pumpkinheads, Ghosts, and the Deep Blue Sea

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New Releases: Pumpkinheads, Ghosts, and the Deep Blue Sea

The final week of August brings a graphic novel from Rainbow Rowell as well as a debut YA about a young woman who can hack people’s memories. Moira...
New Releases: Physics, Fandom, and Family Secrets

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New Releases: Physics, Fandom, and Family Secrets

This week of new releases is my favorite of the month, because it’s full of contemporary reads in which characters begin to discover who they are and who...
New Releases: Boat Trips, Oscar Wilde, and Princesses in Love

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New Releases: Boat Trips, Oscar Wilde, and Princesses in Love

This week features a new historical YA by master of the genre Stacey Lee, as well as contemporary reads about brotherly bonding; an aspiring medical...
8 Ballet Books to Celebrate Tiny Pretty Things on Netflix

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8 Ballet Books to Celebrate Tiny Pretty Things on Netflix

Did you hear? Tiny Pretty Things is coming to Netflix in 2020! The new drama is based on the electrifying book series by B&N Teen’s very own Sona...
New Releases: Demons, Witches, and Ziggy Stardust

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New Releases: Demons, Witches, and Ziggy Stardust

Let’s say you’ve set a personal goal of reading two YA books per day this week. There will still be four more after that to entice you! August...
29 of the Best YA Books of August

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29 of the Best YA Books of August

June and July wish they were this prolific. August is coming in hot with nearly 30 titles to get excited about, from a standalone Star Wars tale by Zoraida...
August’s Best New YA Fiction

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August’s Best New YA Fiction

Thrills, chills, a trio of sequels, and an original love story set in the world of Star Wars will have YA fans eagerly devouring this month’s new...
New Releases: Bone Magic, Stolen Dragons, and a Royal Wedding

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New Releases: Bone Magic, Stolen Dragons, and a Royal Wedding

How far would you go to help a love one? Would you steal a dragon and launch a rescue mission? Attend a royal wedding knowing your every action will be...
New Releases: Roller Derby, a Town Full of Witches, and Sibling Bonds

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New Releases: Roller Derby, a Town Full of Witches, and Sibling Bonds

It’s siblings to the rescue this week in new YA releases. Grimoire Noir finds a teenage boy searching for his kidnapped sister (who, like every other...
New Releases: Post-College Reality Check, Tightrope Walkers, and Cryptozoology

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New Releases: Post-College Reality Check, Tightrope Walkers, and Cryptozoology

This week in YA is a grab-bag of goodies for every type of reader. A summer romance set in Hawaii and a post-college friendship drama provide the...
New Releases: Victorian Road Trips, Sabrina, and Parallel Universes

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New Releases: Victorian Road Trips, Sabrina, and Parallel Universes

This week’s new YA releases have everything: hate-to-love romantic comedies, parallel universes, a feminist Lord of the Flies, and a Victorian...

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