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6 Greek Mythology-Inspired YA Books to Read If You Loved Circe

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6 Greek Mythology-Inspired YA Books to Read If You Loved Circe

If I remember anything about Circe from my high school reading of The Odyssey, it’s her ability to turn a group of unwanted house guests into...
The B&N YA Podcast: Roshani Chokshi

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The B&N YA Podcast: Roshani Chokshi

Explore the stories behind the young adult books you love with the B&N YA Podcast. Join host Melissa Albert, editor of the B&N Teen Blog and...
7 New & Upcoming French-Inspired Fantasies

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7 New & Upcoming French-Inspired Fantasies

French culture lends itself beautifully to fantasy stories. The rich, decadent world, the lingering desire to behead royal families, the delicious...
New Releases: An Enchanted House, a Parisian Heist, and Groundhog’s Day Revisited

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New Releases: An Enchanted House, a Parisian Heist, and Groundhog’s Day Revisited

Returning authors rule the day with contemporary and fantasy novels that prove exactly why we keep inviting them back onto our shelves. A series opener, a...
13 Fairy Tales to Read After Edith Pattou’s West

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13 Fairy Tales to Read After Edith Pattou’s West

“Far off places, daring sword fights, magic spells, a prince in disguise…” Belle said it best. What isn’t there to love about a good fairy tale?...
For A Muse of Fire Author Heidi Heilig Shares 9 YA Books Worthy of the Muses

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For A Muse of Fire Author Heidi Heilig Shares 9 YA Books Worthy of the Muses

Today on the blog, we welcome back the amazing Heidi Heilig—author of the acclaimed The Girl From Everywhere—who returns with her sophomore series, For...
New Releases: Criminals Go Viral, Robin Hood Gets Retold, and What’s Lost is Found

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New Releases: Criminals Go Viral, Robin Hood Gets Retold, and What’s Lost is Found

Gird your wallets, because today is one of those incredibly magical bookish release days that has something for absolutely everyone. Doesn’t matter...
Brown and Proud: 11 Books from the South Asian Diaspora To Read Right Now

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Brown and Proud: 11 Books from the South Asian Diaspora To Read Right Now

When I was a kid, I never saw myself on the page. Like never. Occasionally, there’d be a brown person on the screen—like the monkey brain eaters from...
5 YA Fantasy Tropes We Can’t Get Enough Of

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5 YA Fantasy Tropes We Can’t Get Enough Of

There’s just something about a good fantasy novel that glues it to your hand. Or, more accurately, there are several somethings. Fantasy stories excite...
7 Great YA Fantasy Duologies

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7 Great YA Fantasy Duologies

The hardest part about being a fantasy fan is how often you have to wait for at least three books to release for the full story to play out. So the best...
12 New York Times Bestselling Authors Dish on Hitting the List

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12 New York Times Bestselling Authors Dish on Hitting the List

There are so many measures of a book’s success, but one everyone’s familiar with is landing a coveted spot on the New York Times bestseller...
Teen Readers Share the Last Book They Loved: Villainous Tales, Splintered Siblings, and Dangerous Lies

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Teen Readers Share the Last Book They Loved: Villainous Tales, Splintered Siblings, and Dangerous Lies

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...

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