Teen Thursday: Ellen’s April Teen Reads


~post by Ellen, BookKids Inventory Manager

We get customers – teenagers and adults – who need the newest and best teen books because they “have read everything.” I try to keep up with as many of the major new releases as I can, but it’s impossible to read all the new books. Here are five recent novels I did read this month. Grab them for your voracious reader today. Bonus: Four of the five books below are stand alones meaning they aren’t the beginning of a series or trilogy, and one of these books is actually for adults but has strong appeal for teen readers.


The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton

This is an amazing book. Fantastic, high quality literary writing telling the story the women in one family and how they have been affected by love. Oh, and there is also a girl…

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