Reading Young Adult

I never managed to outgrow the children’s books I grew up loving. Anne of Green Gables, A Wrinkle in Time, and Judy Bloom will always have a place at the top of my book shelf – the nice one with the cherry finish, not the cheap particle board shelf that promises to topple over anyday now. These are universally loved books with a number of gorgeous editions, but I’m still holding on to the well worn copies I’ve had since learning to read.

Since finishing Kristin Cashore’s Fire last night, I’m looking at the stack of YA books my younger sister dropped off – and my recent stack of library books. Which to choose?


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