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Archives - March 2010

Susane Colasanti --- author of WHEN IT HAPPENS, TAKE ME THERE, WAITING FOR YOU and SOMETHING LIKE FATE (which hits stores this May) --- will be stopping by the Teenreads Blog in a few weeks, and has been kind enough to
Today's Reader Q&A participants are 18-year-old Erica Allen from Sayre, PA and 15-year-old Sarah from Columbus, OH. Read their thoughts below on books by Scott Westerfeld and Lauren Myracle, not to mention favorite Manga characters and book-based movies. Erica Allen from Sayre, PA
We're spotlighting 15-year-old Hannah from Chandler, AZ and Maggie from Dublin, OH on today's edition of the Reader Q&A.
March 29, 2010

This Week's New Releases

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As March winds down and April fast approaches, make sure to keep your shelves stocked and your "TBR" pile stacked high in preparation for many a rainy afternoon spent indoors.
16-year-old Cil from Skokie, IL and 17-year-old Brie Harville from San Diego, CA answered today's Reader Q&A, where they reveal which fictional worlds they'd love to inhabit, name the characters they'd love to rub shoulders with on their birthdays, and share their thoughts on their current favorite series.Cil from Skokie, IL
13-year-old Brigitte from Cheshire, CT and 16-year-old Marissa Labadie from Miami FL join us for today's installment of the Reader Q&A, where they share favorite quotes, list some memorable recent reads, and weigh in on the infamous book-vs.-movie debate. Brigitte from Cheshire, CT
Today we're joined by Don Calame, screenwriter and author of the debut novel,
First off, a big THANK YOU to all of you who've participated in our "Rename the 'Reader Q&A' "Contest! Over the last week, we've been compiling all of the fantastic suggestions we received, and after much debate and deliberation, we've narrowed the list down to a handful of our favorites.
March 22, 2010

This Week's New Releases

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In the mood for something that packs a bit of a bigger punch than your usual YA fare? Many of the books in this week's roundup of new releases don't shy away from heavy topics, which range from suicide in Keith Grey's OSTRICH BOY and teen pregnancy in Nina de Gramont's EVERY LITTLE THING IN THE WORLD, to family drama in JOSPEH by Sheila T. Moses, and death in Holly Nicole Hoxter's THE SNOWBALL EFFECT.
Author and poet Ron Koertge has written ove