It is snowing at my library. It might be snowing at your library too. Even when I am not reading I like to imagine things. I wonder what people are doing other places. Sometimes I like to role play and suppose I am another person. If I were a teen and not a librarian, would I read the same books? Would I suggest the same books I suggest now? Below are suggestions of awesome teen fiction as recommended by young adult patrons.
Alex Rider series Book 5 Scorpia by Anthony Horowitz (Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers)
Beauty by Nancy Ohlin written as Nancy Butcher
The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare (2011 Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults – Zombie, Werewolves & Things With Wings)
Teenie by Christopher Grant (Perfect Get Away â€“ Escapist Fiction for Spring Break)
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne (Out With the Old, In With the New: Contemporary Fiction in the Classroom)
Prom and Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulberg (Happy Birthday, Jane Austen)
A Boy At War by Harry Mazer author of Please Somebody Tell Me Who I Am (2014 Popular Paperbacks – Conflicted: Life During Wartime)
Drama High series by L. Divine (2011 Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers)
If you’ve read all of the books my teens suggested you can check out the previous posts in this series for more young adult favorites.
- What Teens are Saying About What They Are Reading
- More of What Teens are Saying About What They Are Reading
- What Teens Are Saying About What They Are Reading, vol. 3
- What Teens Are Saying About What They Are Reading, vol. 4
-Laura C Perenic, currently reading Black juice by Margo Lanagan. (2006 Printz Honor Book)