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New Releases: Kidnappings, Alchemy, and Four Dead Queens

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New Releases: Kidnappings, Alchemy, and Four Dead Queens

February may be the shortest month, but this final week is jampacked with new reads from both newbie authors and longtime favorites. Morris Award-winner...
13 YA Authors on How They Find (Forge, Carve Out, Sacrifice For) the Time to Write

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13 YA Authors on How They Find (Forge, Carve Out, Sacrifice For) the Time to Write

Anyone pursuing creative work with any level of seriousness has heard the question: “How do you find the time?” They may or may not have...
Happy Graduation! Love, YA Books

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Happy Graduation! Love, YA Books

Graduation, whether you’re exiting high school, college, graduate school, or even kindergarten, can be an emotionally confusing time. Moving forward,...
10 of the Truest YA Quotes About the Future

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10 of the Truest YA Quotes About the Future

Books are time machines. They can show us the past, they can paint potential futures. A book from our childhood can take us back into our own histories,...
6 Books to Read if You Loved Everything, Everything

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6 Books to Read if You Loved Everything, Everything

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...
8 Must-Read YA Books About Loss

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8 Must-Read YA Books About Loss

Loss and grieving have no age floor or ceiling; the death of a loved one, be they friend or family or the rare person who manages to straddle that line,...
Goodbye Days Author Jeff Zentner on the Evolution of an Idea

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Goodbye Days Author Jeff Zentner on the Evolution of an Idea

In Jeff Zentner’s sophomore novel, Goodbye Days, Carver lives each day under the weight of unbearable guilt: that, with a text message sent...
New Releases: Dark Powers, Dirty Deeds, and Saying Your Goodbyes

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New Releases: Dark Powers, Dirty Deeds, and Saying Your Goodbyes

Wonderful Feels Like This, by Sara Lövestam  Swedish teen Steffi, the daughter of a Cuban father, is a lonely misfit and bullying target whose search for...
27 of Our Most Anticipated March YA Books

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27 of Our Most Anticipated March YA Books

Ignoring the stark reality of paper cuts and pointy-book-corner bruises, we’re tempted to just roll around in the awesomeness of March’s new YA...
Honoring This Year’s ALA Youth Media Awards, and Remembering Winners of Yesteryear

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Honoring This Year’s ALA Youth Media Awards, and Remembering Winners of Yesteryear

On Monday the 2017 #ALAYMAs (or American Library Association’s Youth Media Awards, for the uninitiated) were announced. Also affectionately known as...
10 of Our Most Anticipated Sophomore Standalones of 2017

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10 of Our Most Anticipated Sophomore Standalones of 2017

An author’s second book can be a terrifying prospect, especially if you loved their debut, and especially if they’re starting again from...
12 Teens Share Their Favorite YA Books of 2016

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12 Teens Share Their Favorite YA Books of 2016

Every month, our awesome team of teenaged bloggers talks about the best YA books they’ve read lately, sharing a diverse range of books written for...

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