For the teens a list of well-loved books from the New York Public Library

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From graphic novels and modern classics to fantasy and romance,
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Aristotle and Dante
Discover the Secrets
of the Universe
Benjamin Alire Sáenz
The Astonishing
Color of After
Emily X.R. Pan
Bamboo People
Mitali Perkins
The Battle of Jericho
Sharon M. Draper
Blacktop (series)
L.J. Alonge, illustrated by
Raul Allen
The Book Thief
Markus Zusak
Code Name Verity
Elizabeth Wein
Dumplin’
Julie Murphy
Eleanor & Park
Rainbow Rowell
The Fault in Our Stars
John Green
The First Part Last
Angela Johnson
Gabi, a Girl in Pieces
Isabel Quintero
Go Ask Alice
Anonymous
The Hate U Give
Angie Thomas
How the García Girls
Lost Their Accents
Julia Alvarez
I’ll Give You the Sun
Jandy Nelson
If I Was Your Girl
Meredith Russo
If You Come Softly
Jacqueline Woodson
Juliet Takes a Breath
Gabby Rivera
Jumped
Rita Williams-Garcia
Long Way Down
Jason Reynolds
The Miseducation
of Cameron Post
Emily M. Danforth
Monster
Walter Dean Myers
The Perks of Being
a Wallflower
Stephen Chbosky
Piecing Me Together
Renée Watson
The Poet X
Elizabeth Acevedo
The Running Dream
Wendelin Van Draanen
Salt to the Sea
Ruta Sepetys
Simon vs. the
Homo Sapiens Agenda
Becky Albertalli
Six Months to Live
Lurlene McDaniel
A Step from Heaven
An Na
The Sun Is Also a Star
Nicola Yoon
We Are Okay
Nina LaCour
We Were Liars
E. Lockhart
Weetzie Bat
Francesca Lia Block
What Girls Are
Made Of
Elana K. Arnold
Yaqui Delgado Wants
to Kick Your Ass
Meg Medina
Fiction

Horror Love Story
Boy Meets Boy
David Levithan
The Princess Diaries
Meg Cabot
Someone Like You
Sarah Dessen
Tell Me Again How a
Crush Should Feel
Sara Farizan
To All the Boys I’ve
Loved Before
Jenny Han
Twilight
Stephenie Meyer
When Dimple
Met Rishi
Sandhya Menon
Chain Letter
Christopher Pike
Fear Street (series)
R.L. Stine
Naruto (series)
Masashi Kishimoto
Nimona
Noelle Stevenson
One Piece (series)
Eiichiro Oda
Persepolis: The Story
of a Childhood
Marjane Satrapi
Spider-Man:
Miles Morales
Brian Michael Bendis,
illustrated by Sara Pichelli
Spill Zone (series)
Scott Westerfeld, illustrated by
Alex Puvilland
This One Summer
Mariko Tamaki, illustrated by
Jillian Tamaki
The Unbeatable
Squirrel Girl (series)
Ryan North, illustrated by
Erica Henderson
Understanding
Comics:
The Invisible Art
Scott McCloud
Y: The Last Man
(series)
Brian K. Vaughan,
illustrated by Pia Guerra &
José Marzán, Jr.
American Born
Chinese
Gene Luen Yang
Attack on Titan
Hajime Isayama
Bleach (series)
Tite Kubo
Check, Please!
Ngozi Ukazu
Dragon Ball (series)
Akira Toriyama
Fruits Basket (series)
Natsuki Takaya
Fun Home: A Family
Tragicomic
Alison Bechdel
Giant Days (series)
John Allison, illustrated by
Lissa Treiman
March (trilogy)
John Lewis with Andrew Aydin,
illustrated by Nate Powell
Maus: A Survivor’s Tale
Art Spiegelman
Monstress (series)
Marjorie Liu, illustrated by
Sana Takeda
Ms. Marvel (series)
G. Willow Wilson, illustrated by
Adrian Alphona
My Hero Academia
(series)
Kohei Horikoshi
Annie on My Mind
Nancy Garden
The Call of the Wild
Jack London
The Cat Ate My
Gymsuit
Paula Danziger
The Chocolate War
Robert Cormier
The Earthsea Cycle
(series)
Ursula K. Le Guin
The Face on the
Milk Carton
Caroline B. Cooney
Fahrenheit 451
Ray Bradbury
Forever...
Judy Blume
The Giver
Lois Lowry
The Hitchhiker’s
Guide to the Galaxy
Douglas Adams
The House on
Mango Street
Sandra Cisneros
Howl’s Moving Castle
Diana Wynne Jones
I Know What You
Did Last Summer
Lois Duncan
Jacob Have I Loved
Katherine Paterson
Lord of the Flies
William Golding
The Outsiders
S.E. Hinton
The Pigman
Paul Zindel
A Separate Peace
John Knowles
Speak
Laurie Halse Anderson
Graphic novels and manga
Modern Classics

Feed
M.T. Anderson
The House of the
Scorpion
Nancy Farmer
The Hunger Games
(series)
Suzanne Collins
Kindred
Octavia E. Butler
The Marrow
Thieves
Cherie Dimaline
More Happy
than Not
Adam Silvera
Scythe
Neal Shusterman
Ship Breaker
Paolo Bacigalupi
Akata Witch
Nnedi Okorafor
The Belles
Dhonielle Clayton
The Blue
Sword
Robin McKinley
Children of Blood
and Bone
Tomi Adeyemi
The Diviners
Libba Bray
An Ember in the
Ashes (series)
Sabaa Tahir
Eragon
Christopher Paolini
Graceling
Kristin Cashore
His Dark Materials
(series)
Philip Pullman
Labyrinth Lost
Zoraida Córdova
Sabriel
Garth Nix
The Scorpio Races
Maggie Stiefvater
Shadowshaper
Daniel José Older
Six of Crows
Leigh Bardugo
Americanized: Rebel
Without a Green Card
Sara Saedi
Becoming Maria: Love
and Chaos in the South
Bronx—A Memoir
Sonia Manzano
Being Jazz: My Life As
a (Transgender) Teen
Jazz Jennings
The Diary of a
Young Girl
Anne Frank
Enchanted Air: Two
Cultures, Two Wings
Margarita Engle, illustrated
by Edel Rodriguez
The 57 Bus: A True
Story of Two Teenagers
and the Crime that
Changed Their Lives
Dashka Slater
How Dare the Sun
Rise: Memoirs of a
War Child
Sandra Uwiringiyimana
with Abigail Pesta
An Indigenous Peoples’
History of the United
States for Young People
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz,
adapted by Jean Mendoza &
Debbie Reese
#NotYourPrincess:
Voices of Native
American Women
Lisa Charleyboy &
Mary Beth Leatherdale, eds.
The Port Chicago 50:
Disaster, Mutiny,
and the Fight for
Civil Rights
Steve Sheinkin
The V-Word:
True Stories About
First-Time Sex
Amber J. Keyser
Vincent & Theo:
The Van Gogh
Brothers
Deborah Heiligman
Bronx Masquerade
Nikki Grimes
The Dream Keeper
and Other Poems
Langston Hughes, illustrated
by Brian Pinkney
A Wreath for
Emmett Till
Marilyn Nelson,
illustrated by Philippe Lardy
Science
Fiction
Nonfiction and memoirs
Fantasy
Poetry
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