What happened in YA this month? Here is a quick round up of featured posts on The Hub and other links to keep you up to date when collecting for your teens.
At the Hub
- Coming March 1, The Hub Reading Challenge
- 2018 Great Graphic Novels for Teens
- 2018 Best Fiction for Young Adults List
- 2018 Morris Award Finalists: An Interview with Nic Stone
- Women in Comics: Some Love Stories for February
Books & Reading
- Fierce Reads New Books for February 2018 including Speak: the graphic novel
- DC announces new YA and MG imprints
- AASL Celebrates 2018 School Library Month with Spokesperson Jason Reynolds
- V.E. Schwab announces new Shades of Magic prequel comic series
- YALSA’s 2018 Best Fiction for Young Adults and Great Graphic Novels for Teens lists are out
- A new series of novellas coming from the Shadowhunters world via Cassandra Clare’s one-shot publishing company
- Almost 20 years after Perks, Stephen Chbosky announces his second novel
- Some mixed-race YA fantasy heroines
Movies & TV
- Time to head to the theaters for these YA adaptations: Every Day out now, and Love, Simon on March 16th
- I Kill Giants movie trailer based on Joe Kelly and JM Ken Niimura’s acclaimed graphic novel.
- A busy year of YA movie adaptations
In the News
- From the New York Times: In Y.A., Where Has All the Good Sex Gone?
- ALA adding Diverse awards to its annual announcement at the Midwinter conference, including APALA, AILA and AJL awards.
- From the Children’s Book Council, 2018 Children’s and Teen Choice Book Awards Finalists were Announced including Caraval and Because You Love to Hate Me
— Cathy Outten, currently reading The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza by Shaun David Hutchinson
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