It's Young Adult Week at Goodreads!

Posted by Sharon on August 10, 2020
YA Week 2020
 
From dystopia to romance, the young adult genre is sure to bring you the most compelling coming-of-age stories that will keep you turning the pages.



 

 
The 100 Most Popular YA Novels on Goodreads
Our readers’ all-time favorites.



 

 
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Creators of this year’s hottest YA bloodsuckers explain vampires’ enduring allure.



 

 
48 Highly Anticipated YA Novels for the Rest of 2020
Check out the upcoming titles your fellow readers can’t wait to put on their shelves.





 
Jennifer De Leon Celebrates Trailblazing YA Literature
The writer and educator examines YA’s ability to break barriers.




What will you be reading for YA Week?

 

Let us know in the comments!

 

 



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message 1: by Aahana ♥ (new)

Aahana ♥ Oh my!! YA is my favourite genre :)


message 2: by Sjmc (new)

Sjmc Same!


message 3: by Samhita (new)

Samhita Argula Aahana wrote: "Oh my!! YA is my favourite genre :)"

Recently, mine too :)


message 4: by Anita (last edited Aug 10, 2020 12:42AM) (new)

Anita Writes Aahana wrote: "Oh my!! YA is my favourite genre :)"
Mine too ;D


message 5: by Mystic (new)

Mystic


message 6: by Ry (new)

Ry Thorne Yes! YA for eternity!


message 7: by Amy2me (new)

Amy2me one of the best genres, the only problem too many to chose from!


message 8: by Jane (new)

Jane Reddish Just finished GO ASK ALICE yesterday 😃


message 9: by Reader (new)

Reader Skeeter Even though YA is not my favorite , I loved The Hunger Games!!


message 10: by Animikha (new)

Animikha Chowdhury 🥳🥳


message 11: by Cendaquenta (new)

Cendaquenta I'm not knocking YA, but does it need a spotlight week? It seems like all I ever see on Goodreads is YA and I don't even read it myself.


message 12: by Indira (new)

Indira Matute I am currently reading ''The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes'' from Suzanne Collins. This is such a good prequel and I am enjoying every single chapter...
Happy reading to everyone!


message 13: by Amy2me (last edited Aug 10, 2020 03:41AM) (new)

Amy2me Indira wrote: "I am currently reading ''The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes'' from Suzanne Collins. This is such a good prequel and I am enjoying every single chapter...
Happy reading to everyone!"


thanks you too!


message 14: by [deleted user] (new)

Amy2me wrote: "one of the best genres, the only problem too many to chose from!"
True struggles of a reader


message 15: by Amy2me (new)

Amy2me 😂


message 16: by Mystic (new)

Mystic Cendaquenta wrote: "I'm not knocking YA, but does it need a spotlight week? It seems like all I ever see on Goodreads is YA and I don't even read it myself."

Yes, it does.


message 17: by Amy2me (new)

Amy2me Mystic wrote: "Cendaquenta wrote: "I'm not knocking YA, but does it need a spotlight week? It seems like all I ever see on Goodreads is YA and I don't even read it myself."

Yes, it does."


I agree!


message 18: by Jordan (last edited Aug 10, 2020 07:42AM) (new)

Jordan Samuel "On the Eighteenth of May" is a really good one - very quick read. Simple story but an enjoyable weekend read!


message 19: by Amy2me (new)

Amy2me Dixie wrote: ""On the Eighteenth of May" is a really good one - very quick read. Simply story but an enjoyable weekend read!"

nice! i'll look it up! thanks!


message 20: by Amy2me (new)

Amy2me who's it by?


message 21: by Susan (new)

Susan O'Reilly My humurous young adult Changes Come would love some feedback Susan O'Reilly


message 22: by Helena (new)

Helena Henriques So what is You big Adult actually?


message 23: by Helena (new)

Helena Henriques Like can someone name a famous old book?


message 24: by Lenni (new)

Lenni Jones It was so fun looking at all the anticipated YA books of 2020 since I have ARCs of some of them😋


message 25: by Nikita (new)

Nikita This is my favorite genre


message 26: by Amy2me (new)

Amy2me Nikita wrote: "This is my favorite genre"

mine too!


message 27: by Jordan (new)

Jordan Samuel Jordan R. Samuel. It's on Amazon. Its a crossover YA/love story.


message 28: by books.zoey (new)

books.zoey Nikitia wrote: “This is my favorite genre”

Same!


message 29: by Arman (new)

Arman Waggoner The 39 Clues: Doublecross Book 1


message 30: by Donna (new)

Donna Helena wrote: "Like can someone name a famous old book?"


message 31: by Donna (new)

Donna Just finished Jane Eyre. I noticed Gone With The Wind on the list. Any of Dickens'. There's just too many to list.


message 32: by Dalicia (new)

Dalicia Anderson Cendaquenta wrote: "I'm not knocking YA, but does it need a spotlight week? It seems like all I ever see on Goodreads is YA and I don't even read it myself."
Agree


message 33: by Ann (new)

Ann i think today's readers would enjoy judy blume's books") or The Chronicle's of Narnia:0


message 34: by Sue (last edited Aug 10, 2020 08:58AM) (new)

Sue Alves That's so cool! I recently learned how to love them YA titles after years of foolish prejudice haha So excited to read the anticipated ones :)


message 35: by gabriella :) (new)

gabriella :) I love YA! I’m currently reading alex and eliza!


message 36: by Joan (new)

Joan Taggart These are definitely some of my favorite YA books:

The Lady's Guide to Petticoats and Piracy

My Summer (with Robots) by Marsh Myers

Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH (Rats of NIMH, #1) by Robert C. O'Brien

The Hunger Games (The Hunger Games, #1) by Suzanne Collins

Rabbit Hill by Robert Lawson


message 37: by Amy2me (new)

Amy2me nice!


message 38: by Paul (new)

Paul Fantastic


message 39: by Mary Paetsch (new)

Mary Paetsch Adult


message 40: by Pyrate Queen (new)

Pyrate Queen Just finished up "Love and Other Train Wrecks" by Leah Konen (which I enjoyed but not as much as "The Romantics". Started reading "What To Say Next" by Julie Buxbaum. LOVED "Tell Me Three Things" by her so I'm anxious about this one.


message 41: by Helena (new)

Helena Henriques Donna wrote: "Just finished Jane Eyre. I noticed Gone With The Wind on the list. Any of Dickens'. There's just too many to list."

Okay, thanks!


Sushie || "Writing, to me, is simply thinking through my fingers" -Isaac Asimov Yay! I love these lists! I'm currently reading Firefight by Brandon Sanderson. It's his sequel to Steelheart. I love the series so much!
YA is such a great genre, honestly, I love every genre as long as it's not extremely innapropriate or way below my reading level. XD


message 43: by Shazi (new)

Shazi just started reading midnight sun.

Wish me luck


message 44: by Ann (new)

Ann Helena wrote: "Like can someone name a famous old book?"

what do you mean a famous old book?


message 45: by Sejal (new)

Sejal YA forever ! Just joined good reads community


message 46: by Ann (new)

Ann Sejal wrote: "YA forever ! Just joined good reads community"

welcome sejal


message 47: by Alysha (new)

Alysha Heck ya! I love YA books! Anyone else stoked for Midnight Sun?


message 48: by Jordan (new)

Jordan Samuel These are my two favs so far in 2020:

The Grace Year: Kim Liggett
On the Eighteenth of May: Jordan R. Samuel


message 49: by Stacy (new)

Stacy Just finished The Truth About Keeping Secrets. Now, I can crack open Midnight Sun! YA is the best genre there is!!!


message 50: by Jessica (new)

Jessica Magelky I'm working my way through "The Disturbed Girl's Dictionary" and loving it right now.


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