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Weekly YA Round-up: September 3 – 9, 2016

It seems that this week is a pretty good week for some YA-related news and freshly published essays, features, and lists! This week, we found out that Sherri Smith’s Flygirl will be read at Livermore Reads Together, and South Bank Center announces its literature line-up. Also, read about how it’s important to try to have diversity in YA even if you may get it wrong, and why there is “no such thing as the young adult novel.”

Happy reading, and see you next week!


Essays, Blogs, and Features:


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