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Looking for your next great read? Check out our list of books suggested by our librarians and by teens like you!
Books featuring LGBTQ protagonists within YA fiction that is diverse and accessible to all readers, no matter what their sexual orientation or gender identity may be.
Books and resources to aid parents, caregivers, and educators discuss the topic of consent and personal boundaries with teens in grades 7th - 12th.
Moving stories about the struggles of teenage homelessness.
Our favorite YA reads that came out in 2014, proving once again that kids’ books aren’t just for kids.
Books for fans of Suzanne Collin’s Hunger Games series
Teen bestsellers across America
From clockwork robots and steam-powered computers to dirigibles (and even zombies!), these teen novels feature elements of retro-futuristic science, alternate histories, and wild adventure.
Fun and creative activities to fend off teenage boredom.
The books Philadelphia teens are clamoring to read.
You think your school is bad?! Read these books filled with teenage drama, gossip, and growing pains.
Get ready for a new school term by watching films about or that take place in high school.
High school students participating in the Free Library’s community service program recommend their favorite books.
Poetry with special appeal for tweens and teens.
Resources for Parents and Families of LGBTQ Teens.
Information on bullying, safety, coming out, and other important topics relevant to LGBTQ teens.
YA fantasy fiction from the classics to newer sub genres, graphic novels, and epic series too!
Recommended especially for middle and high school students.
Graphic novels that reflect real life.
If you are looking for amazing Young Adult books, check out this Top 50 list created by three of our Teen Librarians – Erin H., Abbe K., and Rachel F.
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