Top YA Fiction

Our next category focuses on a younger audience, but each of these pics can easily be enjoyed by all.

Losing Brave1. Losing Brave by Bailee Madison

This was such an intense, exciting, and suspenseful read that we believe anyone who reads this will be left with the feeling that the next book they pick up will have no chance of being as good as this one.

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The Defiant2. The Defiant by Lesley Livingston

Girl power like none other!  This book has everything readers look fir in an action packed female powerhouse of a story!

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Reaper3. A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir

The third book in this amazing series shifts gears a bit by keeping the main characters separated from each other but builds for a follow up book that we believe will be the very best yet!

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A touch of gold4. A Touch of Gold by Annie Sullivan

A new spin on the old tale of King Midas that is filled with fun and adventure that is sure to keep readers deeply intrigued by the richness of the story!

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Hope in the Holler5. Hope in the Holler by Lisa Lewis Tyre

Tyre has found a remarkable voice in crafting books that makes reading fun for younger audiences.  We hope to see her books in education curriculum soon.

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Everywhere You Want to Be6. Everywhere You Want to Be by Christina June

Labeled as a retelling of Red Riding Hood, Christina June goes deeper with life lessons that hit home and should be taken to heart.

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