Young Adult
Kremlin

Weekend Reading

In this edition of Weekend Reading, Putin, body-snatching aliens, and...hamsters!

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Crosstalk

Weekend Reading

In this edition of Weekend Reading, empathy implants, Thomas Dolby (earworm alert), and the latest by a Printz Award winner...

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Weekend reading

Weekend Reading

This edition features a detective tale set in Victorian London, two Beach Boy bios, and a salve for the slovenly...

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GeneLuenYang

Ten Kids' Comics That You Need to Read

Maybe you've thought about getting a young reader interested in graphic novels or wanted to check them out yourself but haven't known where to start? I get it. Author and Ambassador Gene Luen Yang is here to help...

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SerpentKing200

YA Wednesday: Book Club Q&A "The Serpent King"

Jeff Zenter, author of one of our best YA books of 2016 so far, fields our questions about snake handlers, music, and unglamorous places.

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Woodson

Weekend Reading

In this edition of Weekend Reading, the latest from a National Book Award winner, highly anticipated releases from literary legends Jay McInerny and Tom Wolfe, and a book for those of you who gave up on City on Fire after 900 pages...

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The Trees

Weekend Reading

In this edition of Weekend Reading, ill-tempered trees, desperate times for desperate mothers, and our very own Jon Foro seeks closure... Adrian Liang: This summer weekend I’m going to start The Hike by Drew McGary, which melds “elements of folk tales and video games into a riveting, unforgettable adventure,” per...

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Best of the Year So Far

Best of the Year...So Far

Who doesn’t love early summer? The warm days, the cool breezes – the promise of lots of time off to read? (OK, so we’re book geeks. But you knew that.) That’s one of the reasons we pick books at the half-year mark and declare them the Best of the Year...

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Wendy walker

Weekend Reading

I n this edition of Weekend Reading, lots of depressing (but utterly riveting) books! I think the happiest one on this list is about the upending of two marriages, but hey, that could be a happy thing indeed... Chris Schluep: I’m a few chapters into Wendy Walker’s All Is Not...

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StarTouchedQueen200

YA Wednesday: Tips from a Star-Touched Queen

I'm really enjoying the run of recent YA novels (series, really) about young women thrust into positions of power in foreign lands, who endure serious hardships, romantic entanglements, and agonizing choices. Maya, the protagonist of The Star-Touched Queen is just such a woman. Author Roshani Chokshi's debut features strong world-building...

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