1. Kurt Vonnegut
2. Ray Bradbury
3. Ellen Hopkins
4. Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
5. Sonya Sones
6. Laurie Halse Anderson
7. Judy Blume
8. Stephen Chbosky
9. Oscar Wilde
10. Pete Hautman
11. James Howe
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