You don’t have to be a young adult to read stories written for them. (Go ahead and try it.) Our teen librarian has come up with a great list. What will draw you into this genre? Fantasy? Crime? Romance? Coming of age stories?
My review of the audiobook Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly I was thoroughly engrossed by this story about a teenager–Andi–who fights her own personal demons while vividly encountering the world of the French Revolution. Andi is, in short, a mess. Her younger brother Truman’s death has reduced her to popping anti-depressant pills just to make it […]
Do you listen to Young Adult audiobooks? If not, this summer is a perfect time to start! You can check out audiobooks from the library and check out the SYNC program.
HUSH – Listen to a conversational podcast (52:05). Lissa and Thad discuss Newbery award books, Susie Marchant shares stories from the Topeka X-Files, Lena Vogt is the new Teen Librarian, and Nate Hohl recommends early American history titles. Plus, subscribe to HUSH via iTunes.
The William C. Morris Award honors a debut book published by a first-time author writing for teens. The 2011 finalists for the award have just been announced, so you can check them out and make your bets for who will be the winner. Hush by Eishes Chayil After remembering the cause of her best […]