It's almost a cliche at this point to say that teen fiction isn't just for teens anymore. Which is why we were only a little surprised to see the tremendous response that came in for this summer's Best-Ever Teen Fiction poll. A whopping 75, of you voted for your favorite young adult novels, blasting past the total for last year's science fiction and fantasy poll at, dare we say it, warp speed.
Remember Me. If you have a teenage boy, you know that getting them to read might be a bit of a challenge. Or…in some cases like that of my tween, they might read books faster than you can keep up with.
With their action-packed premises, abundant world-building, and quick pace, young adult novels really are for everyone. While it would serve guys well to pick up the Divergent or Hunger Games series and many havehere are a few more classically boy-centric YA novels they may enjoy. A little Stephen King, a little Lord of the Ringsand a pure page-turner.
Well, no. His younger brother, 11, reads plenty but his attention and tastes are scattershot. He careens from graphic novels to Percy Jackson to the odd classic recently, E.
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June 5, Every summer when school gets out, I get a lot of people asking for good books that their teens will want to read, especially their teen boys. What I have here is a list of books for your teen boys, approximately ages But while they are books that are likely to appeal to boys, they are not just books for boys so feel free to share them with your teen girls too.
My year-old son is a reader. He would read all day if there were not other things to get done. He has always been that way and because of that, it has been a challenge to find books to keep up with his love of reading.
As the sixth What Kids Are Reading report bemoans a tendency among secondary school students to read books that are too easy — suggesting that teachers and librarians aren't pushing challenging titles strongly enough to older kids — the organisers of World Book Day have announced a list that might serve as a corrective, or at least a useful source of ideas. The Writes of Passage list of popular books for young adults, voted for by 7, people across the UK, features a top 10 of books to help "shape and inspire" teenagers, and give them the empathic tools and words to handle some of the challenges of adolescence. The complete list of 50 features books to "help you understand you", "change the way you think" and "make you cry", as well as thrill, transport and scare you.