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Susan’s 2021 TeenTober Book List

Slay - cover imageSlay by Brittney Morris

Salty, Bitter, SweetSalty, Bitter, Sweet by Mayra Cuevas

We Are Not Free - cover imageWe Are Not Free by Traci Chee

ElatsoeElatsoe by Darcy Little Badger

The Magnolia SwordThe Magnolia Sword: A Ballad of Mulan by Sherry Thomas

RaybearerRaybearer by Jordan Ifueko

We Are Not Yet EqualWe Are Not Yet Equal: Understanding Our Racial Divide by Carol Anderson

Drawing the VoteDrawing the Vote: An Illustrated to Guide to Voting in America by Tommy Jenkins

Dragon HoopsDragon Hoops by Gene Luen Yang

StepsisterStepsister by Jennifer Donnelly

I’ll Be the OneI’ll Be the One by Lyla Lee

Cemetery BoysCemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

All-American Muslim GirlAll-American Muslim Girl by Nadine Jolie Courtney

This Is My AmericaThis Is My America by Kim Johnson

SanctuarySanctuary by Paola Mendoza

Find more teen book recommendations on our Hey, Read This! page!

Teen Treasure Troves

 

Teen Treasure Troves

Select a theme and we’ll surprise you with 3 items, along with some crafts and puzzles, for you to pick up at your designated library! Get 4 Teen Treasure Trove bundles and get a special prize in your 5th!

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If you are younger than 11 or older than 17, please try our "Bound to Please" Book Bundles instead!

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It may take 2 to 4 days for your Treasure Trove to get to your branch.

Susan’s 2018 Teen Read Week Book Lists

Teen Read Week 2018 - High School covers - selectedHigh School

And Then There Were Four – Nancy Werlin
I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter – Erika L. Sánchez
Saints and Misfits – S. K. Ali
The 57 Bus: A True Story of Two Teenagers and The Crime That Changed Their Lives – Dashka Slater
The Lines We Cross – Randa Abdel-Fattah
Frankenstein – Mary Shelley
All Systems Red – Martha Wells
Omnivore’s Dilemma – Michael Pollan
I Believe in a Thing Called Love – Maureen Goo
Long Way Down – Jason Reynolds
Moxie – Jennifer Mathieu
Dread Nation – Justine Ireland
The Best We Could Do – Thi Bui
Goodbye Days – Jeff Zentner
Akata Witch – Nnedi Okorafor

Middle School

And Then There Were Four – Nancy Werlin
The First Rule of Punk – Celia C. Perez
Saints and Misfits – S. K. Ali
The 57 Bus: A True Story of Two Teenagers and The Crime That Changed Their Lives – Dashka Slater
Wolf Hollow – Lauren Wolk
Frankenstein – Mary Shelley
Projekt 1065 – Alan Gratz
Omnivore’s Dilemma – Michael Pollan
I Believe in a Thing Called Love – Maureen Goo
Long Way Down – Jason Reynolds
Moxie – Jennifer Mathieu
Dread Nation – Justine Ireland
Spirit Hunters – Ellen Oh
Goodbye Days – Jeff Zentner
Akata Witch – Nnedi Okorafor

Teen Summer Reading Program 2015

May 22 to July 31, 2015
For middle and high school students

This year’s Teen Summer Reading Program has concluded, but photos from some of the events can be seen on Facebook.

 

Cool Sites

Awesome Library

Best Books for Young Adults From the American Library Association

Center for Legal Immigration Assistance – Frequently Asked Questions

Create a Graph

EasyBib (bibliography and citation maker)

Flamingnet – teen books reviewed by teen reviewers

Great Graphic Novels for Teens

Guys Lit Wire

Guys Read

instaGrok

Neuroscience for Kids

Online News Hour Extra for Students

Online Newspapers

Reading Rants

readergirlz

Series and Sequels

Sweet Search

Teen Ink

teenmag.com: online version of Teen Magazine

Teenreads: Book Clubs and Reading Guides for Teens

Ultimate Guide to Weather and Climate Resources Online

Young Adults’ Book Choices (also includes children’s reading lists)

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