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49th Teachers Jul 11
Teachers, this book list is for *you*! Get caught up on your reading this summer with a selection of fabulous and diverse YA novels that will be just as fun for you to read over the break as it will be to share with your students in the fall.
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A Study in Starlight✨ | YA Reviews📚 5h
STRANGE THE DREAMER 🦋🖋📚💙🔥🌧🌿🌙💀⏳ I know I’m late to the game, but omg this book😍 The writing is SO beautiful and the characters are such a delight. The perfect combination of mystery, mythology, adventures, fantasy, and dreams✨
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Ciara Monet Jul 12
My friend texted me and said she ended up in the section of the library and fell in love with a book.
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Susan Antony Jul 13
Thank you, Diane Pittman for hosting a book club to discuss Cherokee Summer. In the friends department, I have the best! Available at >>>
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Rose Brock Jul 9
It’s finally here! Young Adult Literature in Action is for librarians and educators wanting to learn more about YA history, book access and audiobooks, genre focused books with recommendations, collection development tips, programming, and more!
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Author -Tom Davis 14h
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Kaitlyn Davis 10h
What do you think...famous last words?! 🤣🤣 Hope you enjoy this from my Cinderella retelling, CHASING MIDNIGHT!
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Séan Connors Jul 11
“Unless you can pull something you care about so much it disgusts you, your writing won’t have teeth. You need that when you write. You need teeth.” This month, author shares her insights on writing on The Storyteller’s Thread:
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Joy Preble 7h
It’s almost the 10th anniversary of my debut YA novel DREAMING ANASTASIA! Epic love story. Re-imagining of Russian fairy tales. 1st of a trilogy from E-books on sale $2.99!
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Book Promotion 12h
• As the last full moon of the month rises over Sleepy Hollow, Nick uncovers clues surrounding a "werewolf" sighting. Nick is about to learn that monsters are real. And the worst kind of monster is the one you never see coming.
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Gail Saathoff Jul 13
Perhaps a book for my more mature middle schoolers, but such a good read. I couldn’t put it down !
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🏳️‍🌈Meaghan Jul 13
My preorder copy of by finally came in!! I'm so excited!!!
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School Reading List 12h
Travel destinations and holiday ideas inspired by children's literature.
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Jodi Ann Fahey 15h
Would you be able to trust a stranger with your life? Come follow Casey Blane in the Ultimate Game of Trust! Pick up your copies today! Two books for under $2.00! Letorian Descendants- Book One- Lucian Sword- Book Two-
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Laurel Wanrow 5h
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Tasha Saecker - Waking Brain Cells 16h
Free Book Vending Machines Launched Across All NYC Boroughs
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Becca VanWeerdhuizen Jul 8
So fun to spend an hour talking titles & resources with other booklovers! Thanks for coming out -ers! Special shout-out to the two kinder-teachers who are opening a bookshop and wanted some input on books for their YA readers! So happy to share our excitement!
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HMH Teen Jul 15
Voices by has been selected as a finalist for the 2019 American Library in Paris Book Award.
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Amalie Jahn 🌈💜 Jul 15
It’s and THE NEXT TO LAST MISTAKE is only $1.99!! You know you’re already shopping, so go ahead and toss it in your cart! It’ll be our little secret. 😉
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Jessica Rahn Jul 14
Started and finished The Benefits of Being an Octopus by today...the kind of book you can't put down. An honest look at poverty, domestic abuse, and inner strength. Will surely recommend to my fifth graders.
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