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Right Book Right Time 500 Great Reads for TeenagersNt books authors and media together and connect classics to pop culture An adventurous guide to exploring exciting genres styles topics and themes this resource inspires a love for readin a great international list with summaries that really help determine the subject matter and appropriateness of each selection mostly contemporary books with lists of classics at the end of sections i hadn't heard of several titles and am interested to preview some for my oldest reader

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Download Right Book Right Time Book ´ 368 pages è An eclectic and voracious compilation of than 500 reading suggestions for teenagers this reference contains a wide range of books with an international scope With recommendations for scary funny and sad books this collection offers choices to suit every mood and moment and to saAn eclectic and voracious compilation of than 500 reading suggestions for teenagers this reference contains a wide range of books with an international scope With recommendations for s THEME Books for TeenagersThe premise was a book for every occasion mood phase experience As the book is aimed at teacherslibrarians as well as teenagers I thought it was a particularly good idea Teenager or not you often have to be in the right place for the right book FORMAT The book is broken up into twelve chapterssections• Action adventure and crime• Been and gone• Extreme and edgy• Fantastic worlds• Life love and loss• My place in the world• Not such ordinary lives• Outside the suare• This sporting life• War and conflicts• What if?• When you want to laughThese chapters are broken up by the occasional mini essay or editorial on a variety of topics from “pink books” to graphic novelsWithin chapters are and this was the best part full page reviews for each novelseries with the occasional author bioreviewEach book was classified with its country of origin and reading ageY Young ReaderYA Young AdultA Adultbut then goes on to show the primary audience and the audience who may be interested For example a book marked YAA indicates a YA novel that may be of interest to an adult readerIn between these reviews were shorter topical lists “grand love stories” “extraordinary international lives” “recent Australian YA books with Shakespearean connections” with shorter paragraph reviewsThis format made this book not only extremely easy to read and navigate but also uite pleasing to look at SELECTION OF BOOKS Here’s where the list book can potentially fall down You don’t want a generic list of books which you’ve seen a hundred times but at the same time you don’t want a list so out there that it’s unrecognisable or unrelatable Right Book Right Time focuses mainly on recent YA novels which considering the discerning teen audience is probably a good idea However it still includes in the topical lists mostly traditional or enduring teenage and children’s’ classics The range of books was impressive and very well selected catering for all tastes and interest

Agnes Nieuwenhuizen Ð 500 Great Reads for Teenagers Book

Cary funny and sad books this collection offers choices to suit every mood and moment and to satisfy all kinds of readers whatever their tastes and interests The entries link many differe This is done well but it has a big downfall for an American reader I should have read the fine print closely The book is Australian and emphasizes books in this order Australian Kiwi English then American That would be fine but there's no indication of which books are even published here in the States So anyone using it here is likely to jot down some titles that they can't easily get their hands onThat said I like how this mixed a few adult and children's books into the YA mix and how it broke out of the usual genre categories in its recommendations It made the mix of books fresh than one usually gets in this kind of work