Vote for your favorite YA book!

Thumbs Up logo.pngVote for your favorite YA book!

The Thumbs Up! award is presented annually by the American Library Association’s Teen Services Division, but the winner is chosen directly by teen readers. Through May 31st, teens (ages 13-18) can vote (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019ThumbsUpTeenVote) for their favorite title from the Thumbs Up! shortlist:

Dread Nation https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=ireland&title=dread+nation by Justina Ireland (read a review by me, Morgan D. https://www.cadl.org/staff_pick/398857 )

I Am Still Alive https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=marshall&title=i+am+still+alive by Kate Alice Marshall

I Have the Right To: A High School Survivor's Story of Sexual Assault, Justice, and Hope https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=Prout&title=I+Have+the+Right+To by Chessy Prout and Jenn

 

Abelson (read a review by Rebecca L. https://www.cadl.org/staff_pick/401811)

Children of Blood and Bone https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=adeyemi&title=children+of+blood+and+bone   by Tomi Adeyemi

A Heart in a Body in the World https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=caletti&title=heart+in+a+body+in+the+world by Deb Caletti

Monday's Not Coming https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=jackson&title=mondays+not+coming by Tiffany D. Jackson

Sadie https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=summers&title=sadie by Courtney Summers

Girl Made of Stars https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=blake&title=girl+made+of+stars  by Ashley Herring Blake

The Prince and the Dressmaker https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=wang&title=prince+and+the+dressmaker by Jen Wang (another title I’ve reviewed https://www.cadl.org/staff_pick/398921)

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo https://opac.cadl.org/search/q?author=Acevedo&title=The+Poet+X  (reviewed here by Eyal S. https://www.cadl.org/staff_pick/400625)

--Morgan D., CADL’s Downtown Lansing