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, and More of the Best Surrealist YA
Bleak, beautiful, and bewildering, Dig is A.S. King’s eleventh book and one of the least-categorizable novels of this still-young year. King is no...
10 of the Truest YA Quotes About Heartache
Hearts can break over so many things, it makes them seem awfully fragile. They can break over losing love, or never having enough to begin with. Grief...
What to Read Based on Your Favorite Current YA Bestseller
If you haven’t noticed, the New York Times bestseller list for Young Adult books has been epic of late. Angie Thomas’s The Hate U Give has been on the...
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6 Books to Read if You Loved
Given that most of the action in Nicola Yoon’s gorgeous, format-tweaking debut Everything, Everything takes place in just a few rooms, in the house...
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15 Teen Readers Share the Last YA Book They Loved
Meet the Young Adults, the B&N Teen Blog’s swat team of awesome teenaged bloggers. YA literature is a strange and wonderful landscape of books...
One Was Lost
Author Natalie D. Richards Shares Her 13 Favorite Creepy Reads
Natalie D. Richards’ One Was Lost, out this month, centers on a handful of students cut off from the rest of their group during a school-mandated...
A Perfect Playlist For Brenna Yovanoff’s
Places No One Knows
Places No One Knows, by Brenna Yovanoff, is a propulsive, emotion-drenched love story for anyone who has ever felt unlovable. Waverly Camdenmar isn’t...
New Releases: Rival Enchanters, Summer Meet-Cutes, and a Love Story out of Dreams
Summer Days and Summer Nights, edited by Stephanie Perkins A staggering lineup of YA heavyweights (and one YA newcomer, the always welcome Lev Grossman)...
Diary of a Haunting
, and 5 More Haunted-House Stories to Keep You up All Night
There’s just something so deliciously creepy about a haunted house. Creaking floorboards, ghostly footsteps on the stairs, an unknown figure standing...
6 YA Short Story Collections and Anthologies We Love
The short story can be a tricky art. With a limited word court, the author has less space to get you invested in the characters, yet still must craft a...
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