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Silvey, Anita
500 great books for teens / Anita Silvey
Alternate Title Five hundred great books for teens
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2006
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 SOE Curriuclum Lab, Rm 267  CL 028.5 SIL    AVAILABLE
 SOE Curriuclum Lab, Rm 267  CL 028.5 SIL c.2  AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Teenagers -- Books and reading -- United States
Young adult literature -- Stories, plots, etc
Young adult literature -- Bibliography
Best books -- United States
Physical Description xiv, 397 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Adventure and survival -- Autobiography and memoir -- Edgy, trend-setting novels -- Fantasy -- Graphic novels -- Historical fiction -- Horror/ghosts/gothic-- Humor -- Information -- Many cultures/many realities -- Mystery and thriller --Plays -- Poetry and poetic novels -- Politics and social conscience -- Realistic fiction -- Religion and spirituality -- Romance -- Science fiction -- Short stories -- Sports -- War and conflict -- Beyond the 500: additional titles of interest -- Books by geographic location-- Books by historical time line -- Recommended audio books -- Index
Summary Thousands of books for teens are published every year, but until now no general reference has existed. Anita Silvey"s book is the one everyone has been waiting for. Parents will see what their teenagers are actually reading and be able to lead them to the best of an overwhelming bunch. Teachers will spot excellent additions to summer reading lists. Booksellers will have a host of suggestions in every genre to offer their customers. Librarians can round out collections, teens can choose their own books, and both teen and mother-daughter book groups can make the best selections. 500 Great Books for Teens is divided into twenty-one sections, including adventure and survival, horror, graphic novels, humor, mystery, and poetry, each with additional reading lists. Silvey"s cogent descriptions of the plot and essential style of each book make it exceptionally easy for anyone to decide whether a book will appeal to a specific teen reader. The books are also grouped by geographic area and time period because teachers often assign book reports this way. Sixty of the best audio books are also listed
Series SOE Curriculum Lab

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