Njasl 2013 what's new in fantasy for young adults - PowerPoint to accompany book titles

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What's New in Fantasy for Young Adults Booktalk Program:
Librarians Bonnie Kunzel, Sharon Rawlins, Liz Burns and Susan Fichtelberg present 50 book talks of their favorite new young adult titles in this popular and sometimes challenging genre. A PowerPoint presentation of the book covers accompanies this presentation.

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Njasl 2013 what's new in fantasy for young adults - PowerPoint to accompany book titles

  1. 1. WHAT’S NEW IN FANTASY FOR YOUNG ADULTS 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. 2. The Sweetest Dark by Shana Abe
  3. 3. Siege and Storm (Grisha Trilogy #2) by Leigh Bardugo
  4. 4. The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black
  5. 5. Doll Bones by Holly Black
  6. 6. White Cat (Curse Workers #1) by Holly Black
  7. 7. Hereafter: A Shadowlands Novel #2 by Kate Brian
  8. 8. The Bitter Kingdom (Girl of Fire and Thorns #3) by Rae Carson
  9. 9. The Enchanter Heir (The Heir Chronicles #4) by Cinda Chima Williams
  10. 10. Spirit and Dust by Rosemary Clement-Moore
  11. 11. Conjured by Sarah Beth Durst
  12. 12. Thrice Upon a Marigold by Jean Ferris
  13. 13. The Obsidian Mirror (Obsidian Mirror #1) by Catherine Fisher
  14. 14. Towering by Alex Flinn
  15. 15. Fearless (Mirrorworld #2) by Cornelia Funke
  16. 16. Unbreakable (The Legion #1) by Kami Garcia
  17. 17. Emerald Green (The Ruby Red Trilogy #3) by Kerstin Gier
  18. 18. The Clockwork Scarab (A Stoker & Holmes Novel #1) by Colleen Gleason
  19. 19. The Lost Sun (The United States of Asgard #1) by Tessa Gratton
  20. 20. Seraphina (Seraphina Series #1) by Rachel Hartman
  21. 21. The Enemy (Enemy Series #1) by Charlie Higson
  22. 22. Splintered by A. G. Howard
  23. 23. The Madness Underneath (Shades of London #2) by Maureen Johnson
  24. 24. Death and the Girl Next Door (Darklight #1) by Darynda Jones
  25. 25. Infinity (Chronicles of Nick #1) by Sherrilyn Kenyon
  26. 26. Mortal Fire by Elizabeth Knox
  27. 27. Hero (The Woodcutter Sisters #2) by Alethea Kontis
  28. 28. Scowler by Daniel Kraus
  29. 29. Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin #1) by Robin LaFevers
  30. 30. Yellowcake: Stories by Margo Lanagan
  31. 31. Raven Flight (Shadowfell Trilogy #2) by Juliet Marillier
  32. 32. Shadows by Robin McKinley
  33. 33. The Witch’s Curse by Keith McGowan
  34. 34. Far Far Away by Tom McNeal
  35. 35. The Beautiful and the Cursed (The Dispossessed #1) by Page Morgan
  36. 36. The False Prince (The Ascendance Trilogy #1) by Jennifer Nielsen
  37. 37. Sisters Red (Fairy Tale Retellings #1) by Jackson Pearce
  38. 38. Earthbound by Aprilynne Pike
  39. 39. Gorgeous by Paul Rudnick
  40. 40. The Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson
  41. 41. The Archived by Victoria Schwab
  42. 42. Midwinter Blood by Marcus Sedgwick
  43. 43. Skylark (Skylark Trilogy #1) by Meagan Spooner
  44. 44. The Dream Thieves (Raven Cycle Quartet #2) by Maggie Stiefvater
  45. 45. Screaming Staircase (Lockwood & Co. #1) by Jonathan Stroud
  46. 46. Ink (The Paper Gods #1) by Amanda Sun
  47. 47. The Burning Sky (Elemental Trilogy #1) by Sherry Thomas
  48. 48. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke
  49. 49. Furious by Jill Wolfson
  50. 50. Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff
  51. 51. Poison by Bridget Zinn
  52. 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.org Bonnie Kunzel, bkunzel@aol.com Sharon Rawlins, Youth Services Specialist, NJ State Library, srawlins@njstatelib.org

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