18 New YA Books for Teens in 2011

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Reasons to Be HappyBelow are recommendations of Young Adult books from publishers and authors during a webinar held by Booklist Online, part of the American Library Association. Some of the books are already available, most go on sale during the fall of 2011.

Sourcebooks, Inc. – Fresh Voices for Teen Readers

1. Stupid Fast  Geoff Herbach  (6/1/11)  12+
2. Reasons to Be Happy  Katrina Kittle  (10/1/11)  12-14
3. Beautiful Dead: Phoenix  Eden Maguire  (10/1/11)  13-17
4. If I Tell  Janet Gurtler  (10/1/11)  13+
5. The Predicteds  Christine Seifert  (9/1/11) 13-17  What if your boyfriend was destined to commit murder?
6. Catching Jordan  Miranda Kenneally  (12/1/11)  13+
7. Darker Still  Leanna Renee Hieber  (11/1/11)  12+

Orca – 2011 New and Noteworthy YA Titles Reaching More Readers

8. What Is Real  Karen Rivers  (5/1/11)
9. She Said / She Saw  Norah McClintock  (4/1/11)  Fast paced mystery, tragic and believable.
10. The Book of Trees  Leanne Lieberman  (11/1/10)
11. The Elephant Mountains  Scott Ely  (10/1/11)
12. All Good Children  Catherine Austin  (10/1/11)
13. Miracleville  Monique Polak  (4/1/11)
14. What World Is Left  Monique Polak  (10/6/08)  Heartbreaking Holocaust book.
15. The Middle of Everywhere  Monique Polak  (10/1/09)
The Salt Series  Maurice Gee
  16. Salt    (10/1/09)
  17. Gool  (9/1/10)
  18. Limping Man  (3/1/11)

I hope you have found a few books that your teens will enjoy. Better yet, hopefully some of these young adult novels will appeal to both you and your teens so that you can share and discuss them.

See also:
Soho Teen: New YA Publisher of Mysteries and Thrillers for Teens 
Teen and YA Book Lists for Holiday Gift Ideas
5 Scary New Books for Teens for Halloween
Help Finding Books for Teens
18 Kids or YA Books with Strong Female Characters
Best Books for Teens for Holiday Gifts 2011

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