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Joining us today are 16-year-old Haley Trimer from Michigan and 16-year-old Kaitlynne from Kokomo, IN. Read on to hear what these two fans of sci-fi, paranormal, and fantasy fiction have to say about Twilight, Harry Potter and the Vampire Academy series.Haley Trimer from Michigan
Answering today's If You Ask Me... Q&A are Kathryn Erskine from Charlottesville, VA and Heidi Zweifel from Stoughton, WI. Check out their responses below, where they reveal which sassy leading ladies they'd each love to switch places with for a day, and talk about some of their favorite reads, which just so happen to be some of ours, too!Kathryn Erskine from Charlottesville, VA
Kicking off our newly renamed If You Ask Me... feature are Jessica B. from Ellaville, GA and her neighbor to the north, Maria from Atlanta. Below, they plan their character-filled birthday parties, present some pretty compelling arguments for why books are ALWAYS better than their big-screen counterparts, and share some poignant quotations from their favorite books.Jessica from Ellaville, GA
April 12, 2010

This Week's New Releases

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In case you didn't already know, April 11-17 is National Library Week --- be sure to show your local or school library some love by stopping by and checking out the amazing resources they have to offer!
Lisa Schroeder is the author of four books for middle-grade and young adult readers, including I HEART YOU, YOU HAUNT ME, FAR
Well, the polls are closed, the votes are in, and the readers have spoken. Congratulations to Kimberly Bower, whose suggestion, “If You Ask Me….”was chosen by all of you as the new name for our “Reader Q&A” on the Teenreads.com Blog!
Jeri Smith-Ready is the author of numerous romantic and urban fantasies for adults and is set to publish her first foray into YA fiction next month. Today, she joins us with the first of three guest blogs for a behind-the-scenes peek at her debut teen novel, SHADE, out on May 4th.
April 5, 2010

This Week's New Releases

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This week, we have fifteen new titles to recommend for your ever-growing TBR pile, which especially comes in handy if those pesky April showers are keeping you indoors.
Criticism ranks pretty highly on any author's list of anxieties, but what's a writer to do when she