Books for Teens

If You Liked the Hunger GamesView all in a list

By: Aguirre, Ann.
By: Angler, Evan.
By: Bacigalupi, Paolo.
By: Baggott, Julianna.
By: Bowman, Erin.
By: Card, Orson Scott.
By: Charbonneau, Joelle.
By: Condie, Allyson Braithwaite.
By: Dashner, James, 1972-
By: Lowry, Lois.
By: Lu, Marie, 1984-
By: Lunetta, Demitria.
By: Maas, Sarah J.
By: Ness, Patrick, 1971-
By: O'Brien, Caragh M.
By: Oliver, Lauren, 1982-
By: Roth, Veronica.
By: Shusterman, Neal.
By: Takami, Koushun.
By: Tintera, Amy.
By: Trevayne, Emma, author
By: Wells, Robison E.
By: Yancey, Richard.
By: Young, Moira.
By: Young, Suzanne.
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Awards
 

Alex Awards

Book Jacket Big Girl Small Book Jacket In ZanesvilleBook Jacket  Robopocalypse Book Jacket  The Night Circus...See the full list

 

Printz Awards

Book Jacket Where Things Come BackBook Jacket Ship BreakerBook Jacket  Jellicoe RoadBook Jacket  Going Bovine...See the full list

 

Teens’ Top Ten: A teen choice list where teens nominate and choose their favorite books of the previous year.

Graphic Novels: Are you a fan of comics, graphic novels, and manga? Check out these yearly lists of the best of the best.

Evergreen Young Adult Book: The best of the year as chosen by Washington state teens.

Excellence in Nonfiction Award: Want just the facts? From Charles Darwin’s worm experiments to the first freak shows, these titles demonstrate the best nonfiction for teens.

William C. Morris Award: Looking for up and coming authors? The Morris Award celebrates debut authors for teens.
 

Browse for Good Books
 

--Readalikes: You liked that one, now what? If you’re looking for a specific series or ideas on something similar, check these out.

KDL What’s Next: The easiest site for getting a list of your favorite series’ in order! Search by title, author, or series name. You can also generate lists of teen authors by using the genre tool.

Your Next Read: If you’ve finished an awesome book and would like to check out others like it, check out this handy site.

 

--Recommendations: From the best in queer teen fiction to the next big thing in teen publishing, these databases and websites have all kinds of suggestions.

Research Databases

NoveList: Fiction recommendations for a wide range of reading interests. Book reviews, author read-alikes, theme-oriented book lists, book discussion guides, book talks, and feature articles.  

Websites

Guys Lit Wire: No unicorns here… theoretically. Book recommendations by guys, for guys.

The Hub: The site for teen books of all kinds.

Queer YA: An in-depth blog featuring fiction for GLBTQ teens as well as links to author sites.

Reader Girlz: An award winning non-profit promoting teen literacy. Reading Rants: These aren’t just any old booklists.

Teen Reads: Check out upcoming titles, the best books into movies, or a video of your favorite YA author.