Teen Thursday


Here come the highlights from BookPeople Teens
and our Teen Press Corp Blog this week!

#ATBF13 unveiled this new poster for Dark Days vs Fierce Reads Game Show.


This is something you can’t miss. Mark you calendars: #ATBF13 at the Austin Convention Center on September 28th! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.


Guess what the Teen Press Corp is Looking Forward To? They’re always reading ahead and they have their sights on Ally Carter’s United We Spy and Alexandra Coutts’ Allegiant.

“I am looking forward to the third book in the Divergent series. I read the first two and loved them!” – Collette on  Allegiant

“I’ve been a fan of this series for years, and I am both excited and sad to see it end. The Gallagher Girls series is amazing and anyone who likes spy books it sure to enjoy it, as well!” – Emily on United We Spy

Are you excited? Do you have any books you’re excited about? Follow the TPC blog and let us know!


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We had so much fun in the store last Monday with Ally Carter and the 6th and final book the Gallagher Girl Series: United We Spy . The sparkling cider was poured, pictures were taken, fun was had, and everything was covered in plaid. You can see all the fun we had on our Instagram page.


2013 National Book Award Nominees were announced and there are some great titles for teens on there. If you haven’t checked them out yet, make sure you take a peek and weigh in to let us know who you think should win.

The YA nominees are…

Next week, on Wednesday, September 25th at 7PM we’ll have Gene Luen Yang at BookPeople speaking & signing Boxers & Saints. Books are available on our shelves and online at bookpeople.com. Click here to find out more at our BookPeople event page!

One thought on “Teen Thursday

  1. I am a new author, I finally did what I should have done years ago, I wrote a book about WW11.I only thought about for at least twenty years. I am proud that I did it, it is a feeling of fulfilment. I was a child when German troops invaded my country, I wrote about the bravery of my parents, and the hardships we went through. I am still learning, for Now they tell me I need to be blogging, I have no idea what I am doing, forgive my stumbling.
    The book is The Silent Heroes a memeoir of Holland during WW11,
    By Hans van Kuilenburg
    Can only hope I did that right.

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