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Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must-Reads: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

By ContributorNovember 27, 2012
Book: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith Better title: Been Pissed at My Dad for a Year But it’s All Okay Now Synopsis: Hadley Sullivan hasn’t seen her father for a year, and now she’s going to London... More  →
Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must-Reads: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

Upcoming YA Novels to Get Excited About!

By Jennifer GrudzieckiNovember 20, 2012
We're always on the lookout for awesome new books, and luckily, awesome new books come out all the time! Here's a list of the most anticipated and fantastic-sounding YA novels coming out in the next few months. So get excited! More  →
Upcoming YA Novels to Get Excited About!

These Supporting Characters Are So Awesome That They Deserve Their Own Book

By Melissa AlbertNovember 14, 2012
Just because J.K. Rowling's done (OR IS SHE?) writing about Harry Potter, boy wizard, doesn't mean the world's done hearing about him. And just because Tolkien's Arwen is a relatively slight character, it doesn't mean she hasn't inspired enough... More  →
These Supporting Characters Are So Awesome That They Deserve Their Own Book

Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must-Reads: Jasper Jones

By ContributorNovember 9, 2012
Book: Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey Better title (yep, I’m going there): To Kill a Mockingbird in Australia (So maybe To Kill a Kookaburra?) Synopsis: Charlie Bucktin’s relatively simple life is turned upside-down when Jasper Jones, resident pariah and bad boy by default,... More  →
Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must-Reads: Jasper Jones

Which Literary Character Is Your Best Friend?

By Lauren PassellOctober 30, 2012
All book lovers know that when the chips are down, our books are there for usto comfort us, to hold us tight, and tell us that everything is going to be okay. Their characters can be good friends with... More  →
Which Literary Character Is Your Best Friend?

The Scariest Things to Find in a Library Book

By Melissa AlbertOctober 25, 2012
Halloween is coming, so let's reflect on the things that truly give us chills. And what's even scarier than seeing your 90-year-old history teacher dressed as "sexy Genghis Khan"? Finding mysterious hairs and what you desperately hope is a chocolate stain in your library copy... More  →
The Scariest Things to Find in a Library Book

Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must-Reads: Cinder

By ContributorOctober 24, 2012
Book: Cinder by Marissa Meyer Synopsis: Cinder’s stepmother and elder stepsister consider her a disgrace and embarrassment, and society at large has deemed her a disposable pariah. Her only friends in the world are her younger stepsister, Peony, and a robot with a unique... More  →
Blogging B&N.com's Teen Must-Reads: Cinder

Better (More Hilarious) Titles for 16 Of Our Favorite Books

By Chrissie GruebelOctober 23, 2012
It’s no surprise that we love Better Book Titles. And what do we do when we love something?! We shamelessly imitate it, of course! We've appointed ourselves Better Book Titles’ little sis (is that legal? We don’t care.) and to pay homage... More  →
Better (More Hilarious) Titles for 16 Of Our Favorite Books

8 Ways To Cheat At NaNoWriMo

By Lisa BernierOctober 22, 2012
NaNoWriMo, the time when professionals and amateurs scribble frantically away in the hopes of earning themselves the prestigious title of novelist, and...um...can you see why I would be terrible at trying this? I can't even write one sentence without losing steam midway. For those (like myself)... More  →
8 Ways To Cheat At NaNoWriMo

Blogging B&N Teen Must-Reads: Legend

By ContributorOctober 19, 2012
Book: Legend by Marie Lu Synopsis: In post-apocalyptic Los Angeles, a never-ending war against both a rebellion called “The Patriots” and the rival Colonies holds The Republic of America in thrall. June Iparis, a prodigy from an upper-class military family, is one... More  →
Blogging B&N Teen Must-Reads: Legend