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95 Young Adult Books To Read This Summer Instead Of Reading 'Harry Potter' AGAIN

95 Young Adult Books To Read This Summer Instead Of Reading 'Harry Potter' AGAIN
OK, OK, I know "Harry Potter" is on this list, but so are a lot of other really good books that you probably haven't read yet. Instead of rereading your old favorites, why don't you pick up something new to read this summer? I, for one, cannot recommend "Howl's Moving Castle" and "Enchanted" enough. And, although it's not on this list, I'd be a real jerk if I didn't mention the "Animorphs" book series, too. For last summer's list of books for a slightly more advanced crowd, click here.

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