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SLPL Teens

SLPL Teens

Crack open one of these young adult mystery thrillers about characters that have gone missing physically, mentally, or cosmically.
Classic tales as old as time get fresh reboots in these 11 captivating novels.
“American Street” is one of the best novels for teens or anyone who enjoys books that touch you at both the emotional and story level.  It…
If someone mentions zombies, you’ll probably get a picture in your head of shambling, rotting former humans craving braaains. And a lot…
Superheroes aren’t just found between the pages of graphic novels. Full-length novels for young adults featuring superheroes…
The St. Louis Public Library presents the fall 2018 Read it Forward with Ibi Zoboi featuring her novel “American Street.” “American…
Typically held during the last week of September, this is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read what you want to read. Banned…
Secret missions, super cyborgs, space fleets, and the potential demise of the human race--these science fiction books will have you…
Opening with loud, messy, distorted production, "Cherry Bomb" is considered Tyler, The Creator’s most “experimental” album.   Most of the...
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by checking out some of these great YA novels by Hispanic authors and featuring Hispanic characters.
The story takes place in Lorain, Ohio. Nine-year-old Claudia and her ten-year-old sister Frieda live with their parents, a tenant named…
See what the Youth Services staff at the St. Louis Public Library has been reading in Young Adult lately.
Experience the mountain highs and the perilous lows that accompany every relationship in these 12 diverse young adult novels about the…
With Frank’s storytelling of romance, drug addiction, and luxury, over Stevie Wonder style keyboard instrumentals and smooth, breezy…
"The Kissing Booth" is a good book.  It has some romance, drama and a hint of comedy.  There are best friends with rules they have to...
Tyler has been using the books and databases at Central Library to research his family's history ever since his school visited on a field...
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