teen literature

I wasn’t out in high school. It was a suburb of Houston, reliably conservative, huge churches on every corner. Tom DeLay’s
An astronomer, Carl Sagan, once said: "One glance at a book and you hear the voice of another person, perhaps someone dead for 1,000 years. To read is to voyage through time." I think he's right.
Do you agree with this high school senior's list?
There is no denying it: Hurricane Sandy is one of the biggest disasters that we as Americans have ever had to face. This past week, I've watched as friends, family, and fellow residents of the Tri-State area lost their lights, their homes, and even their lives.
But black youth culture prizes guys who play ball, bag girls, dance, and rap. Simply reading a book is considered passive
Earlier this year Meg Rosoff expressed a desire to let loose with an illegal firearm, goaded by the "aggressive pinkness
Vampires are having a great run in books, especially teen literature, and publishers are looking not only for the next Stephenie
"Angels are all around us," reads the publisher's blurb for Angel, the first of a British trilogy of books for teenagers