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JUST FOR OLDER TEENS
Check out our PG-15 section online! "Like" us on Facebook (Politics and Prose Teens), follow us on Twitter (@PnPteens), and read the teen book blog. We'll keep you up-to-date with news about events, new books, and reviews from our staff and from you! Just send reviews, written by you, of your favorite books to Dana at email@example.com.
I’ll Be There, by
Holly Goldberg Sloan (Little Brown, $17.99)
When the Border brothers move to a new town, they develop a close relationship with a much tighter-knit family
Underdogs, by Markus
(Arthur A. Levine, $19.99)
The Wolfe brothers get involved in underground boxing and fall in love with the same girl.
The Zabime Sisters,
(First Second/Roaring Books, $16.99)
Three sisters spend the first day of summer vacation together on their Caribbean Island.
The Extraordinary Secrets of
April, May, and June, by Robin Benway (Razorbill, $8.99)
These siblings begin at a new school and discover their magical powers all in one day!
Our PG-15 section for older teen readers offers a mix of contemporary fiction, classics, non-fiction and graphic novels. Check out the blackboard for current staff recommendations. After you’ve visited, feel free to email us with any feedback on the space, the books recommended, or the kinds of titles you’re looking to buy when you come to P&P.
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Recommendations for Teens
Shooting Kabul, by N.H. Senzai (Simon and Schuster, $6.99) When Fadi’s family fled Afghanistan for the U.S., his little sister was left behind. He hopes winning a photography contest will give him a chance to return and rescue her.
Somebody Everybody Listens To, by Suzanne Supplee (Speak, $8.99) After graduating high school, Retta leaves her small town for Nashville with the hope of becoming a country star.
Will Grayson, Will Grayson, by David Levithan and John Green (Speak, $8.99) The lives of two boys with the same name become intertwined as their mutual friend orchestrates an epic musical production based on his life.
Strings Attached, by Judy Blundell (Scholastic Press, $17.99) Kit comes to NYC in 1950 with big dreams of being a dancer. When her boyfriend’s father gives her a job at a dance club she gets caught up in mob activity.