September Young Adult Picks

More great Young Adult books, picked by us for you!

Vanished : books one & two Vanished : books one & two
Meg Cabot writing as Jenny Carroll


Jessica is struck by lightning and suddenly has the ability to locate missing children, now she is getting attention in the wrong way by the wrong people.

Looking for Alaska Looking for Alaska
by John Green


Looking for Alaska has the sweet, funny narrative and believable characters you expect from John Green. It’s not quite as tear-jerking as TFIOS, but has an equally compelling plot and emotionally charged ending.

Prodigy Prodigy
by Marie Lu


June and Day make their way to Las Vegas, where they join the rebel Patriot group and become involved in an assassination plot against the Elector in hopes of saving the Republic. Book #2

Article 5 Article 5
by Kristen Simmons


Seventeen-year-old Ember, living in a world in which the Bill of Rights has been revoked, is able to keep a low profile until her mother is arrested for noncompliance and she realizes the officer responsible is her first love, Chase Jennings. Book #1

Kind of a Funny Story It’s Kind of a Funny Story
by Ned Vizzini


Craig, buckling under the pressure of attending an elite high school, checks himself into a hospital for psychiatric care. It’s Kind of a Funny Story is just about the most uplifting story about depression out there (and the movie is well done too.)

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