It’s Teen Thursday! Here’s the scoop on what’s new in the world of YA literature!
Halloween is nearly upon us! Don’t forget to tag @BookPeople and use #BookishHalloween to share your literary-inspired costumes with us on social media! We can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Looking for suggestions? Bookpeople’s YA Specialist and resident Cosplayer, Shannon, has tons of awesome costume ideas to make your #BookishHalloween dreams come true! Check out her photos below:
Looking for a spooky title to keep you occupied this Hallow-weekend? We’ve got you covered!
The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson: “A ghost story with a twist, this is sophisticated and sassy, with more than enough suspense to keep you madly turning pages. I can’t wait for the next book!” – Joanne R. Fritz, Chester County Book & Music Company, West Chester, PA
The Wood by Chelsea Bobulski: “Bobulski’s beautiful and eerie young adult debut is a haunting tale of friendship, family, and the responsibilities we choose and those we do not.” – From the publisher
GUYS!!! IT’S HAPPENING! IT’S REALLY HAPPENING! LONG WAY DOWN IS OUT!!!!!!!!
If you aren’t freaking out yet, you will be! Our Kids Buyer, Meghan, says Jason Reynold’s newest masterpiece “never overplays its hand, suggesting rather than narrating the layers of meaning between the lines.”
We’re also pumped about Liara Tamani’s Calling My Name. See what our Kids Events & Marketing Coordinator, Eugenia, has to say below:
“Along with her elegant prose and the beautiful author quotes that introduce each chapter of Taja’s life, Tamani beautifully portrays the struggle a girl faces when she’s trying to be both ‘good’ – or what she’s been told is ‘good’ – and be herself.”
Mark your calendars!
Heroes and villains, unite! Marissa Meyer is heading to BookPeople! Here are the deets:
Monday, November 13
at 7 PM
speaking & signing