Who can forget the first time they met irresistible, fast-talking Anne Shirley in Anne of Green Gables? Or the years that they spent growing up with Harry, Hermione, and Ron? Luckily for us, it truly is the golden age for young adult fiction right now, as YA authors today continue to take the genre in new and incredibly exciting directions. Indeed, young adult books have stepped up onto the literary stage as a powerful genre in its own right, creating role models for all of us and leading important conversations about personhood, gender, sexuality, and race.
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No matter what age you are, sitting down with a great coming-of-age story is a pure delight — discovering romance for the first time, learning who you are or how to defeat the all-powerful being trying to end the world, and just embracing the wholesomeness that comes with your teenage years and having your entire life ahead of you. Some of the best books for teens deal with things that everyone goes through at one point or another, minus the fantastical elements, of course — becoming star-crossed lovers, coming to terms with your sexuality or culture, experiencing true longing and loss possibly for the first time. Plenty of iconic books have been written with teens in mind, and with good reason, those years can be a defining part of your life from then on. Whether you're looking for a gift for a teenager or for yourself, frankly, the possibilities are endless, and these are just to name a few. The Palomas swim in mermaid exhibits, while the Corbeaus, former tightrope walkers, perform in the tallest trees around. Ash finds joy in rereading fairytales her mom used to tell her, hoping one day the fairies from those tales will steal her away.
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Whether your teen is a certified bookworm or a reluctant reader, everyone can benefit from diving into a good novel. Teens who read widely can better handle complex concepts, score better on standardized tests, and are often more accepting of those who are different from themselves. And for a lot of teenagers who claim to hate reading, finding the right subject matter may prove the difference between grumbling over finishing their required reading list and devouring a new novel without coaxing. Because middle grade and young adult books have more to offer than ever before, there's no shortage of great literature available that speaks directly to the life and times your Gen Zer. You may already know the seminal works by literary legends like Harper Lee and J.