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Reviews & Age Ratings - Best Movies, Books, Apps, Games for Kids Book Reviews, Sites, Romance, Fantasy, Fiction | Kirkus Reviews Share Book Recommendations With Your Friends, Join Book Clubs, Answer Trivia Recommended Reading | Professional Tools List of links to ALA's literature award winners and various notable reading lists for all ages, sorted by age group. General Lists (across two or more age groups; includes lists for tweens) | For Children | For Young Adults/Teens | For Adults | For Students (of all ages) | For Librarians, Readers' Advisory | Shortcut URL for this page: This page is compiled by the ALA Library. Please send any needed corrections to Valerie Hawkins of ALA's Library. For a list of upcoming event dates, see ALA's Celebration Weeks & Promotional Events 2016. The ALA Online Store at supports the reading events and programs listed here - including Banned Books Week, Born to Read, GLBT Book Month, National Library Week, Teen Read Week - with event posters and matching bookmarks, along with our popular celebrity READ posters and matching bookmarks, and with various other items, including banners, pens, and t-shirts. Lists and Awards Spotlight For Children

VOYA RA for All What's Up in YA? Welcome to the monthly round-up of all things relating to young adult news. Here’s a look back at the big stories of December and early January. You can read previous installments by clicking here. December is usually a quieter month in the book world, and last month was no exception. Let’s start it off with talking about the biggest recent YA news: Gene Luen Yang, graphic novelist behind the YA titles American-Born Chinese, Boxers, and Saints, as well as others, was named the National Ambassador for Young Peoples Literature by the Library of Congress. “Best of” season and “awards” season fall right on the heels of one another. My favorite annual list of bests comes from the Cybils awards. In “wtf” news, a self-published author posed as a Penguin employee and catfished a pile of young adult bloggers in an attempt to get reviews for her own book. Over the holidays, the YA world lost one of its writers. YA book covers are one of my favorite things to look at and talk about.

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