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5 Must-Reads if You Loved One of Us is Lying

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5 Must-Reads if You Loved One of Us is Lying

What if one of the kids from The Breakfast Club never emerged from detention—and the remainder of the crew were all suspects in his murder? That’s...
13 YA Authors Let Us Peek Into Their Teen Years’ Diaries

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13 YA Authors Let Us Peek Into Their Teen Years’ Diaries

Diaries are the greatest and they are the worst. If I didn’t still have my diary, how would I remember the exact details of meeting my BFFFL at the...
10 of the Best First Lines in YA Thrillers

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10 of the Best First Lines in YA Thrillers

Thriller authors don’t have a whole lot of time to hook you. If you don’t believe they can spin your head on a dime, upend your world with just...
New Releases: Ottoman Intrigue, Runaways, and Winning at Any Cost

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New Releases: Ottoman Intrigue, Runaways, and Winning at Any Cost

And I Darken, by Kiersten White Lada Dragwlya got tough young—being abandoned by your royal father, to be raised in the ruthless Ottoman courts, will do...
7 YA Thrillers to Read This Summer

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7 YA Thrillers to Read This Summer

Car Chases. Mistaken Identity. Kidnapping. Murder. There’s no limit to how far YA thrillers can and will go, and that’s what makes them so...
11 Authors Discuss Michael Jackson, Being Undocumented, and More in June’s YA Open Mic

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11 Authors Discuss Michael Jackson, Being Undocumented, and More in June’s YA Open Mic

YA Open Mic is a monthly series in which YA authors share personal stories on topics of their choice. The aim of the series, above all, is to peel away the...
26 of Our Most Anticipated June Young Adult Books

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26 of Our Most Anticipated June Young Adult Books

June means reading weather, summer vacation feels, and iced coffee rings on all your favorite paperbacks. Here are 25 new young adult books we’re...
7 YA Books You’ll Want to Throw Across the Room (In a Good Way)

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7 YA Books You’ll Want to Throw Across the Room (In a Good Way)

You know those pictures of people reading quietly at a coffeehouse or in a cute reading nook? The reader looks so serene, enjoying a nice story, maybe with...
15 Great Books You Might Have Missed in 2015

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15 Great Books You Might Have Missed in 2015

Some great books get nominated for awards, get movie deals, hit bestseller lists, and get so much publicity you can’t swing a stick without hitting a...
13 Highly Anticipated Sophomore Standalones of 2016

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13 Highly Anticipated Sophomore Standalones of 2016

You know the best thing after falling in love with an author for the first time? Learning you’ll get to spend even more time with their words in the...
Damage Done Author Amanda Panitch on Debuting, Unreliable Narrators, and Writing What You Don’t Know

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Damage Done Author Amanda Panitch on Debuting, Unreliable Narrators, and Writing What You Don’t Know

Amanda Panitch is one of those rare authors who are more like superheroes since they seem able to do so much: she’s young, she’s got a full-time job,...
New Releases: Identity Theft, Dark Dystopia, and a Past You Can’t Run From

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New Releases: Identity Theft, Dark Dystopia, and a Past You Can’t Run From

This week’s most exciting new releases include a girl whose dark past finds her, a boss-level case of identify theft, and a geeky model’s...

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