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These YA Books Should Be on Every Adult's Reading List | Penguin Random House
What it's about : Nearly a decade older than the rest of the books on this list, Fire holds up as one of the strongest fantasy love stories that YA has ever seen. In the land of the Dells, there are stunningly beautiful and powerful versions of every creature — including humans — called monsters. Fire, a monster girl, must assist King Nash and Prince Brigan — sons of the previous king, who her father's influence corrupted. Brigan is at first unable to see past her parentage, but the two grow closer as threats from two neighboring rebel lords grow stronger. What it's about : This companion novel to Albertalli's award-winning Simon vs.
The 45 YA Books Every Adult Should Read
Who says young adult novels are just for kids? The settings can be more fantastical, and the emotions can feel downright nostalgic. Whatever your reason for diving in, here are some YA reads that can easily be appreciated by an older audience.
Teachers often select books for their preteen and teen students that provide windows and mirrors, ways for students to learn about others or see themselves. In this unprecedented time when students wrestle with the abrupt changes in routine caused by the coronavirus pandemic, literature is an even more important tool for contextualizing current events and allowing students to better understand their experiences. Suggested for grades ; pages. With the country under threat of a nuclear attack from Russia, children are taught to duck and cover and people build bomb shelters in their backyards. They make a grueling walk to safety, almost losing their lives.