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Best Fiction for Young Adults (#BFYA2021) Nominees Round Up, April 10 Edition

Click here to see all of the current Best Fiction for Young Adults nominees along with more information about the list and past years’ selections.

The New David Espinoza by Fred Aceves
HarperTeen / HarperCollins
Publication Date: February 11, 2020
ISBN: 978-0062489883

Self-proclaimed stickman David is repeatedly bullied. After he is “b*tch slapped” by a classmate in a humiliating moment that goes viral, he decides to change his physique over the summer break. He severely modifies his diet and joins a gym, but the lure of quick results tempts him to begin using anabolic steroids to bulk up.

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Amazing Audiobooks (#AA2020) Nominees Round Up, August 14 Edition

Click here to see all of the current Amazing Audiobooks nominees along with more information about the list and past years’ selections.

We Set the Dark on Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia; narrated by Kyla Garcia
HarperCollins and Blackstone Audio
Publication Date: February 26, 2019
ISBN: 978-1982610630

We Set the Dark on Fire, by Tehlor Kay Mejia, focuses on two women who have been bitter rivals, but now have entered the same man’s house to serve him.  As the political tensions between classes rise and the personal tensions between the two females grow, listeners don’t know if the women will choose the resistance, the status quo, or each other.

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Best Fiction for Young Adults (#BFYA2020) Nominees Round Up, May 24 Edition

Click here to see all of the current Best Fiction for Young Adults nominees along with more information about the list and past years’ selections.

Tin Heart by Shivaun Plozza
Flatiron Books / Macmillan Publishers
Publication Date: March 12, 2019
ISBN: 978-1250312761 

After receiving a heart transplant, Marlowe struggles to adjust to her second chance at life. While dealing with the tribulations of being a teenager, including school, her unconventional vegan family, and a budding romance with the son of a butcher, she begins searching for her heart donor’s family, hoping it will help her move past her identity as the girl with the heart transplant, and secretly befriending her donor’s sister, Carmen.

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