SPONSORED: Hooray for YA! Macmillan Adult and Griffin Teen Congratulate their Winners

Sponsored: Macmillan Adult and Griffin Teen congratulate their many ALA-YALSA Award Winners, including Rainbow Rowell's Carry On and Sarah McCarry's About a Girl.
weightoffeathersMacmillan Adult and Griffin Teen congratulate our many ALA-YALSA Award Winners
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      2016 YALSA Alex Awards o   BONES & ALL by Camille De Angelis o   FUTURISTIC VIOLENCE AND FANCY SUITS by David Wong o   HUMANS OF NEW YORK:STORIES by Brandon Stanton   2016 YALSA William C. Morris YA Debut (Finalist) o   THE WEIGHT OF FEATHERS by Anna-Marie McLemore   CARRY ON_small2016 YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults Reading List o   ALL THE RAGE by Courtney Summers o   CARRY ON by Rainbow Rowell o   THE WEIGHT OF FEATHERS by Anna-Marie McLemore   YALSA Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers Reading List o   DUPLICITY by N.K. Traver   #SVYALit: ALL THE RAGE and rape culture, Trish Doller interviews author Courtney SummersYALSA Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults Reading List, Unreliable Narrators: Don't Believe a Word  o   CHARM & STRANGE by Stephanie Kuehn (Top 10 Pick)   2016 Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adults o   CARRY ON by Rainbow Rowell, read by Euan Morton   2016 Amelia Bloomer List  o   ALL THE RAGE by Courtney Summers o   HEADSCARVES & HYMENS by Mona Eltahawy   You Know Me Well2016 Rainbow Book List o   ABOUT A GIRL by Sarah McCarry o   CARRY ON by Rainbow Rowell   David Levithan won the Margaret A. Edwards Award for lifetime achievement in writing for young adults! (YOU KNOW ME WELL, Griffin)   *** Download our Books for Teens 2016 poster now featuring our favorite forthcoming titles from Griffin Teen and Flatiron Books YA or request a copy by e-mailing your full name, title & mailing address to library@macmillanusa.com. Please include "Books for Teens 2016" in your subject line.   

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