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Teens' Top Ten

Earlier this year we posted the finalists for YALSA's Teens' Top Ten and now the ten have been decided! Select teen book groups across the country nominate their favorite titles and then teens at large are invited to vote for their favorites.

These ten titles have been voted the favorite reads for teens this year. Take a look and click on the titles to see our catalog's holdings. 

Don't get caught
Don't get caught
by Kurt Dinan

To his great surprise, uncool eleventh-grader Max Cobb is invited to join the Chaos Club, an exclusive group of students responsible for some of the biggest pranks at his high school.
Scythe
Scythe
by Neal Shusterman

Forced to become trained killers in a disease-free world where people can only die if eliminated by professional assassins, teens Citra and Rowan reluctantly train under a master reaper who informs them that the one who successfully kills the other will become his apprentice. By the best-selling author of the Unwind dystology.
The sun is also a star
The sun is also a star
by Nicola Yoon

A scientifically minded girl who avoids relationships to help keep her family from being deported and a dutiful student who endeavors to live up to his parents' high expectations unexpectedly fall in love and must determine which path they will choose in order to be together. By the best-selling author of Everything, Everything.

	Lady midnight
Lady midnight
by Cassandra Clare

A first entry in the new Dark Artifices series, a sequel to the internationally best-selling Mortal Instruments series, finds an adult Emma resolving to avenge the deaths of her parents and foil a demonic plot while her parabatai, Julian, struggles to bond with a returned brother who does not recognize him.
This is where it ends
This is where it ends
by Marieke Nijkamp

Minutes after the principal of Opportunity High School in Alabama finishes her speech welcoming the student body to a new semester, they discover that the auditorium doors will not open and someone starts shooting as four teens, each with a personal reason to fear the shooter, tell the tale from separate perspectives.
Heartless
Heartless
by Marissa Meyer

A stand-alone prequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, written by the best-selling author of the Lunar Chronicles, follows the story of the Queen of Hearts, whose talent for baking and love for a mysterious court joker conflict with her mother's ambitions to make her a queen.
P.S. I like you
P.S. I like you
by Kasie West

Exchanging notes with a mysterious pen pal by writing them on her Chemistry desk, Lily discovers that her anonymous friend is a boy and realizes that she is falling for him before learning that he is the last person she ever expected to love. By the author of The Distance Between Us.

	Love & gelato
Love & gelato
by Jenna Evans Welch

Reluctantly spending the summer in Tuscany in order to fulfill her mother's dying wish that she get to know her absent father, Lina is inspired to follow in her mother's footsteps after reading her journal and, in the process, uncovers a long-hidden secret.
Genius : the game
Genius : the game
by Leopoldo Gout

The producer behind Days of Grace presents the story of three international teen geniuses, including a Mexican-American hacker, a Nigerian engineer and a Chinese activist, who must win a game with life-or-death stakes that has been devised by India's youngest CEO.
If I was your girl
If I was your girl
by Meredith Russo

A newcomer to a Tennessee community hides the secret about her gender reassignment that forces her to keep potential new friends at arm's length before meeting easygoing Grant, who captures her heart and who she fears will not accept the complicated realities of her life.