Njasl 2013 dystopian sf books for middle and high school - PowerPoint to accompany book covers

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Dystopian Science Fiction for Middle and High School Hunger Games Fans and Others Booktalk Program: …

Dystopian Science Fiction for Middle and High School Hunger Games Fans and Others Booktalk Program:
With the second Hunger Games movie on the horizon, readers can't seem to get enough of dystopian science fiction, with its focus on a dark, bleak future. Book talks, accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation of the book covers will be provided by Bonnie Kunzel, Sharon Rawlins, and Liz Burns.

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  • 1. DYSTOPIAN SCIENCE FICTION FOR MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL Presented by: Elizabeth Burns, Head of Youth Services, NJ State Library Talking Books and Braille Center, eburns@njstatelib.org Susan Fichtelberg, Children’s Librarian, Woodbridge Public Library, sfichtelberg@woodbridgelibrary.org Bonnie Kunzel, bkunzel@aol.com Sharon Rawlins, Youth Services Specialist, NJ State Library, srawlins@njstatelib.org NJASL 2013
  • 2. Crewel (Crewel World #1) by Gennifer Albin
  • 3. Feed by M. T. Anderson
  • 4. The Drowned Cities (Ship Breaker #2) by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • 5. Replica by Jenna Black
  • 6. The Darkest Minds (Darkest Minds Trilogy #1) by Alexandra Bracken
  • 7. Killer of Enemies by Joseph Bruchac
  • 8. The Testing (The Testing Trilogy #1) by Joelle Charbonneau
  • 9. The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Trilogy #1) by Suzanne Collins
  • 10. Matched (Matched Trilogy #1) by Allie Condie
  • 11. After the Snow by S. D. Crockett
  • 12. Breathe by Sarah Crossan
  • 13. The Maze Runner (The Maze Runner Series #1) by James Dashner
  • 14. After: Nineteen Stories of Apocalypse and Dystopia, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling
  • 15. Sever (The Chemical Garden Trilogy #3) by Lauren DeStefano
  • 16. Inhuman (Inhuman Series #1) by Kat Falls
  • 17. The Lord of Opium by Nancy Farmer
  • 18. Light (Gone #6) by Michael Grant
  • 19. Half Lives by Sara Grant
  • 20. When We Wake by Karen Healey
  • 21. The Sacrifice (Enemy Series #4) by Charlie Higson
  • 22. The Darkest Path by Jeff Hirsch
  • 23. The Eleventh Plague by Jeff Hirsch
  • 24. Solstice by P. J. Hoover
  • 25. Vortex (Insignia #2) by S. J. Kincaid
  • 26. Son (Giver #4) by Lois Lowry
  • 27. Legend (Legend Series #1) by Marie Lu
  • 28. Fire & Ash (Rot & Ruin Series #4) by Jonathan Maberry
  • 29. Unravel Me (Shatter Me Series #2) by Tahereh Mafi
  • 30. Yesterday by C. K. Kelly Martin
  • 31. Bumped by Megan McCafferty
  • 32. Ashfall (Ashfall Trilogy #1) by Mike Mullin
  • 33. The Deserter by Peadar O Guilin
  • 34. Requiem (Delirium Trilogy #3) by Lauren Oliver
  • 35. The Shade of the Moon (Life As We Knew It Series #4) by Susan Beth Pfeffer
  • 36. Starters (Starters and Enders #1) by Lissa Price
  • 37. Divergent (Divergent Series #1) by Veronica Roth
  • 38. Steelheart (Steelheart Series #1) by Brandon Sanderson
  • 39. Article 5 (Article 5 Trilogy #1) by Kristen Simmons
  • 40. Memento Nora (Memento Nora Trilogy #1) by Angie Smibert
  • 41. Skylark (Skylark Trilogy #1) by Meagan Spooner
  • 42. Icons (Icons Series #1) by Margaret Stohl
  • 43. Quarantine: The Loners (Quarantine #1) by Lex Thomas
  • 44. Coda by Emma Trevayne
  • 45. Infinity (Numbers Trilogy #3) by Rachel Ward
  • 46. Partials (Partials Sequence #1) by Dan Wells
  • 47. Uglies (Uglies Series #1) by Scott Westerfeld
  • 48. Pale by Chris Wooding
  • 49. Black Helicopters by Blythe Woolston
  • 50. The 5th Wave (The 5th Wave Series #1) by Rick Yancey
  • 51. What’s Left of Me (The Hybrid Chronicles #1) by Kat Zhang
  • 52. Thank You! Elizabeth Burns, Head of Youth Services, NJ State Library Talking Books and Braille Center, eburns@njstatelib.org Susan Fichtelberg, Children’s Librarian, Woodbridge Public Library, sfichtelberg@woodbridgelibrary.or g Bonnie Kunzel, bkunzel@aol.com Sharon Rawlins, Youth Services Specialist, NJ State Library, srawlins@njstatelib.org