Looking to read your way into YA books or eager to expand your knowledge of YA? Why not begin with one of these award-winning YA books?
These YA books about immigration will give you insight into what it's like to leave the country you were born in and what it's like to find home in the US.
The YA paperback is great because it's portable, it's small, and it's less pain on the pocketbook. Pick up these 25 ya paperbacks for your summer reading.
As mental health books continue to appear on YA book shelves and more young people are talking about it, here are some of the best teen books about depression.
Despite the fact divorce is culturally common, finding YA books about divorce featuring teens can be challenging. These books offer up a range of stories and experiences.
Celebrate the life of prolific youth nonfiction writer Russell Freedman with this selection of his biographies and explorations of history.
Being scared is fun! When the horror stays between the pages, that is. If you're on the hunt for nightmare fuel, look no further than these must-read contemporary horror novels.
If you're looking for a good, quick read, try out one of these short YA books. All of the titles run at 250 pages or fewer, and range from one-sitting breezy reads to intense, literary experiences.
Angie Thomas's THE HATE U GIVE has been one of the biggest, buzziest, and best selling YA books in years. Here are some YA novels to read if you love it and want more books taking on contemporary issues relating to race and more in America.