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What is considered YA literature?

What is considered YA literature?

Young Adult literature is generally described as books written for an audience of 12-20 year olds. It may also include books primarily written for adults but which have appeal to younger readers.

What does YA stand for in books?

When we launched our series on Young Adult fiction for the many adults who are reading those books, we didn’t consider it a statement about the official publishing-world definition of “Y.A.” That’s why, in our first installation, we included a number of technically non-Young-Adult books.

What is the most popular YA book genre?

What is the most popular YA Genre?

  • Adventure (i.e.: Island of the Blue Dolphin; Harry Potter)
  • Contemporary (i.e.: Sarah Dessen novels; The Fault in our Stars)
  • Dystopian (i.e.: Hunger Games; Divergent)
  • Fantasy / Sci Fi (i.e.: Eragon / I am Number Four)
  • Paranormal Romance (i.e.: Twilight, Beautiful Chaos)

Should adults read YA books?

Adults, and specifically adult women, read young adult books because the genre is a safe space for them due to the dominance of women writers; millennials and young adults spend time on social media, where the young adult presence is strong; YA fiction is more relatable for young women than adult fiction; and lastly.

What is the longest YA book?

The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer: 2,256 pages.

  • The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken: 2,128 pages.
  • Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl: 2,067 pages.
  • The Tomorrow Series by John Marsden: 2,024 pages.
  • Shadow Falls by CC Hunter: 2,019 pages.
  • The Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard: 2,002 pages.
  • What ages are YA books for?

    Young adult fiction (also referred to as “YA fiction” for short) describes works written for readers between the ages 12 and 18, which can emerge from any fiction genre but will always share certain characteristics specific to the young adult reading category.

    How old should a YA protagonist be?

    between 13 and 19 years old
    As a general rule of thumb, YA protagonists should typically be somewhere between 13 and 19 years old. Young people like to read up, which means they usually prefer protagonists who are a year or two older than them.

    Can adults read YA?

    Perhaps this is one of the reasons YA has become widely-read by adults: these books are now part of mainstream culture, and adults simply know about them (and choose to read them). The authors also say “…YA works have increasingly been embraced by adult readers, adult movie goers, educators, and literary critics.

    Is the YA genre dying?

    But sorry haters: The YA trend is far from over. Even if studios are struggling to attract audiences for these types of films, the young adult book genre will live on — if not in theaters, than certainly in the digital space.

    What is the first YA book?

    The Outsiders
    The Beginning One of the first books to be written and published for young adults was The Outsiders and it still remains the quintessential YA book today.

    What are the best YA books?

    Bruised by Tanya Boteju.

  • Elvis,Me,and the Lemonade Stand Summer by Leslie Gentile.
  • Peter Lee’s Notes from the Field by Angela Ahn,illustrated by Julie Kwon.
  • Finding Home by Jen Sookfong Lee,illustrated by Drew Shannon.
  • Sunny Days Inside by Caroline Adderson.
  • Camp Average: Away Games by Craig Battle.
  • The Undercover Book List by Colleen Nelson.
  • What are some good YA novels?

    With a panel of celebrated authors—Elizabeth Acevedo, Kacen Callender, Jenny Han, Jason Reynolds, Adam Silvera, Angie Thomas and Nicola Yoon—TIME presents the most compelling, enlightening and influential young-adult books, in chronological order beginning in the 1800s I’ll Get There. It Better Be Worth the Trip

    What are some good YA books to read?

    This year the CADL introduced its very own year’s best list! The expert staff at Capital Area District Libraries weighed in on their favorite books published in 2021 contemporary YA high school romance. Treated like an outsider in both her hometown

    What are some good YA horror novels?

    Rules for Vanishing by Kate Alice Marshall.

  • Dread Nation by Justina Ireland.
  • Jennifer Strange by Cat Scully.
  • Fractured Tide by Leslie Lutz.
  • Teeth in the Mist by Dawn Kurtagich.
  • Five Midnights by Ann Dávila Cardinal.
  • The Bone Houses by Emily Lloyd-Jones.
  • Harrow Lake by Kat Ellis (August 25th) This is one of my most anticipated YA horror books for the year.