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We had the chance to interview Ava Dellaira, who published her debut novel, Love Letters to the Dead, in April. Now, she’s working on the script for the film, which is being produced by the same people who made The Fault in Our Stars.
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With three best-sellers, a screenplay, and a graphic novel in the works, Rainbow Rowell is proof the past doesn’t actually have to repeat itself.
Does John Green think Augustus Waters is a Gryffindor or a Ravenclaw?
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Add If You Could Be Mine to the top of your to-read pile this summer. Sara Farizan is setting the stage for a new kind of YA novel.
You don’t have to be a teen to love YA.
The birds will chirp, the flowers will blossom, and these are the YA books you should be reading in the park.
Read an exclusive excerpt from Jillian and Mariko Tamaki’s gorgeous new graphic novel.
At just 26, Pierce Brown’s debut novel, Red Rising, is already being hailed as the next YA fantasy series turned blockbuster movie franchise. So why isn’t he more freaked out?
Whether you’re actually a young adult or not, these books captivated us in 2013. Ranked in no particular order.
“Decartes is a haughty princess; Heidegger is a long-haired cultural club leader.” Thank you Aya.shii.org for bringing this to our attention.
It’s America’s new sweetheart vs. Kate Winslet in this fresh look at the sci-fi drama. It’s tough being a teen!
Memo to Hollywood: The teen girl + sexy British guy formula was a fluke, so please stop wasting millions on bad imitations. Long live Katniss Everdeen!
Move over, Katniss. Here’s the competition for the most badass female in young adult literature.
It’s like your Pinterest account and your bookshelf combined. Originally posted on Epic Reads.
Warning: You’re about to fall down the rabbit hole. Say hello to your summer reading list.
Care to take a trip back to Shadyside, the town where survival rates are slim and there’s always a new student? This R.L. Stine YA series was the best.
These teen novels were hits with ’80s and ’90s girls. And they’re still awesome.
With sales of chick lit falling and big names of the genre entering the young adult market, it looks like YA may be eclipsing its big sisters in the publishing world.
The queen of YA fiction is celebrated by devoted fans as she hits 70. Hey, not every prepubescent boy read Matt Christopher. Even if they didn’t necessarily understand what Margaret was talking about, some little boys found Blume’s blunt, descriptive language undeniably intriguing. We’re just sayin’, okay?
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