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
- The 2018 Hub Reading Challenge Begins!
- 2018 Teen Read Week™ theme Announced!
- Playing Magic in the Teen Spot
- New Translated YA: Winter 2018
- Women in Comics: Quests
Selected Lists Update: Nominees will now be posted once a week.
Here are the lists from March:
- Quick Picks 2019
- Amazing Audiobooks 2019
- Great Graphic Novels for Teens 2019
- Best Fiction for Young Adults 2019
Books & Reading
- New book coming from Adam Silvera and Becky Albertalli
- New line of Shadowman Comics coming out in August 2018
- Best Children’s and YA books for March from Read Brightly
- Finally a new book from Marcus Zusac is coming
- A new book about marketing your YA books to adult readers and your adult books to YA readers
- The cover reveal for Holly Black’s sequel to The Cruel Prince, The Wicked King
- 7 YA lit Podcasts to check out
Movies & TV
- The biggest movie news in YA in the love being spread for Love, Simon. Based on Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli, the movie released in March to a storm of publicity. Celebrities across the country are buying out theaters to show Love, Simon for free.
In the News
- “YA has quietly led by example as far as advocating for more diversity from within the industry.” in Great Reads for Discovering Diverse Voices from Rewire
- Teen Read Week theme announcement
- #MeToo movement in Children’s Publishing from the New York Times
— Cathy Outten, currently reading Call Me by Your Name
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