Reading Without Walls: Young Adult Fiction.
Get outside your comfort zone and read something different. Young adult fiction offers diverse genres, characters, and plots.
- •An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa TahirLaia is a slave. Elias is a soldier. Neither is free.
- •Everything Everything by Nicola YoonMaddy is allergic to the world. Olly moves in next door. Dangerous love follows.
- •If I Was Your Girl by Meredith RussoAmanda is new in school and has a big secret. She wants to share the it with Grant but is it a mistake?
- •Lumberjanes by Noelle StevensonGraphic novel about a young girls' camp. Filled with friendship, mystery, and hijinks.
- •A Time to Dance by Padma VenkatramanA dancer loses her legs below the knee in an accident. Dance defines her life, what now?
- •I Love I Hate I Miss My Sister by Amelie SarnA love-hate relationship between Muslim sisters. One not Muslim enough. One too Muslim.
- •One Man Guy by Michael BarakivaRomantic comedy featuring two high school boys.
- •The Girl From the Well By Rin ChupecoJapanese horror. A story that combines elements of teenage life and ghost stories.
- •The Girl From Everywhere by Heidi HeiligThe daughter of a time traveler may be erased when her father gambles with time.
- •Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky AlbertalliSimon has a secret — he is gay. An email falls into the wrong hands and his secret is no longer safe.