Readers’ Corner: Teens as Science Projects

You may be aware that teens frequently get a bad rap in society. Maybe you get watched extra closely when you’re in a store, or you get shushed when others are being much louder. Some adults just don’t appreciate teens and treat them as second-class citizens. Well, this week’s featured booklist takes that idea to […]

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Readers’ Corner: Dark & Grim Fantasy

This week’s featured teen booklist is for those of you with a slight (or not-so-slight) dark streak. It’s called Dark & Grim Fantasy, and the title does not lie. I’m still recovering from all the ways Dorothy Must Die shattered my fondest childhood memories. So jump on in if you’re up to it, but tread carefully. […]

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Readers’ Corner: Best Fiction for Young Adults

Happy Monday, readers! This week’s featured teen booklist is longer than normal, as you can see by the extra-crowded-ness of the collage. That’s because this week’s list isn’t one of the Sno-Isle librarian-curated teen booklists (of which you can find many good ones here!). This list is from YALSA, and it includes 64 recent fiction books […]

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Readers’ Corner: Unreliable Narrators

Hello, readers! If you’re a fan of unreliable narrators, then this week’s featured booklist is for you. Do you want a book that’ll keep you guessing, never knowing what’s the truth until the very end? This collection is taken from one of YALSA‘s 2016 Popular Paperbacks lists, called “Unreliable Narrators: Don’t Believe a Word.” Happy reading! […]

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