Thursday, September 12, 2013

Back to School Survival Books for Tweens and Teens

Summer break is over and we survived the first week of school. Yay! We are all excited, right? Anyways, teens go through a lot. And I mean a lot! From starting out as a freshman, having relationship problems, being bullied, and getting ready to graduate and even prom. Here are some books you can find at the Richmond Public Library to get you through the school year.

YA Fiction Lyga
The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy & Goth Girl
by Barry Lyga 
YA Fiction Gallo
On the Fringe
by Donald Gallo
YA Fiction Going
Kings of the Screwups
by K.L. Going
YA Fiction Medina
 Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass
by Meg Medina
YA Fiction Rowell 
Eleanor and Park
by Rainbow Rowell
YA Fiction Gownley 
The Tweenage Guide to Not Being Unpopular 
by Jimmy Gownley
YA Fiction Ehrenhaft 
Drawing a blank, or, How I tried 
to solve a mystery, end a feud, and land the girl of my dreams
by Daniel Ehrenhaft
YA Fiction John 
Five Flavors of Dumb 
by Antony John
JUV Fiction Dowell
 The Secret Language of Girls 
by Frances O'Roark Dowell
JUV Fiction Yee 
Bobby vs. Girls (accidentally)
by Lisa Lee
YA Fiction Hartinger Geography Club 
by Brent Hartinger
YA Fiction Ziegler 
How Not to Be Popular 
by Jennifer Ziegler
YA Fiction Halpern 
Into the Wild Nerd Yonder 
 by Julie Halpern
JUV/YA Fiction Patterson 
Middle School, the Worst Years of My Life
 by James Patterson
JUV/YA Fiction Patterson 
Middle School: Get Me out of Here! 
by James Patterson
JUV/YA Fiction Patterson 
Middle School: My Brother Is a Big, Fat Liar 
by James Patterson
YA Fiction Koss 
Poison Ivy 
 by Amy Goldman Koss
YA Fiction Sewell 
If I Were Your Boyfriend (Kimani Tru) 
by Earl Sewell