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We’re all young at heart.
We recently asked members of the Bookishbuzz Community to tell us which young adult novels they’d recommend to anyone, regardless of their age. Here’s what they said…
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1. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
“It’s a beautifully, tragically relevant book for young adults and adults alike. Unarmed, 16-year-old Khalil is fatally shot by a police officer, and his friend Starr, who is with him at the time, deals with the aftermath and the struggles of feeling like a second-class citizen her own country. It’s very engaging, and when I finished the book, I felt that I had learned something important.” – lealouise92Buy it from Amazon
2.I’ll Give You The Sun andThe Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson
“Her books are so beautifully written, I couldn’t pick between the two. Her characters are relatable she deals with topics like grief, sexuality, family, and coming to terms with who you are. Read her books. You will not regret it. I wish she would write more!” – Talor Madison Carr, Facebook
3. Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell
“It affected me emotionally more than any other book has in years. It’s beautifully quirky, with life lessons that are both nostalgic and currently relevant. I recommend it to everyone that asks me for a book recommendation.” – Katie Erickson, FacebookBuy it from Amazon