Some 500 librarians gathered in St. Louis from November 4–6 for YALSA's Young Adult Literature Symposium to enjoy a choice of 18 sessions, with four special events, including lunch with authors Patricia McCormick (Never Fall Down, Balzer + Bray,...
Book Reviews from Young Adults ... Tales of aliens and bounty hunters, rockers and assassins, and a true story about addiction that reads like fiction are all part of this issue's contributions from Bookmarked's readers.
So if you're reading this post then you may know a bit about me and the blog but if not I just want to put it out there that I am 22 years old and this is a blog that reviews and discusses Young Adult and Chick-lit books.
The best science fiction and fantasy books aren't just about amazing ideas, or huge vistas — they're about people. So part of the key to a really successful SF/fantasy book is to describe people in a memorable, cool fashion.
Fandom, contemporary fiction, Australian lit, and transmedia, according to experts leading panels on these subjects at the third biennial YALSA Young Adult Literature Symposium in St. Louis, MO, held November 2-4.
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