Also lots of non-fiction and books for younger children. Young Adult Fiction about Bullying (Lawrence Kansas PL, KS): Author, title and summary for 8 books for kids aged 11 and up. Divorce -- Books for Teens (Precious Heart Chaplaincy, Crisis, Grief, Death and Divorce Archive, TX): Author, title, publication info, page count, and summary for over 250 books, most fiction. Outstanding Books for the College-Bound Student (American Library Association): Includes author, title, publication year, and a one-line summary of book. College-Bound Reading List (Arrowhead Library System, Janesville WI): List of about 40 works each of American Lit and World Lit (including English), and over 30 books of history/biography, as well as works in science, social science, drama, and poetry. Recommended College Reading (Northbrook Public Library, IL): 'Titles recently chosen for common reading by liberal arts colleges ranked highest by .' Author and title only for about 10 biographies, about 20 general non-fiction works, and about 25 fiction titles. Rebel Reads (Ocean County Library, NJ): 'Feel like an outsider?Bullying: Young Adult Fiction (Library Thing): Author, title, and link to more info for more than 30 books tagged by Library Thing users. Young Carers' Stories (Booklist for Children and Young People) (City of Birmingham, UK): Books about children and teens who care for others will illnesses or injuries. Some books are also appropriate for younger readers. College Bound: Teen Fiction Novels on Campus (Louisville Free Public Library, KY): Author, title, cover image, webcat link and summary for 12 books set on college campuses, including . You're not alone.' Author, title and summary for about 20 titles, in title order from by Catherine Atkins. Outsiders: Books for Young Teens (Madison Public Library, WI): Title, author, and summary for about a dozen books about misfits, runaways, and alienated kids, from . Fiction for Grades 6-8 (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for over 40 novels, from Kathi Appelt's . Author, title, and summary for about 30 books (mostly fiction) for teens, from by John E. year, webcat link, and summary for about 15 books, from by Valrie Zenatti. Real Life: Biographies and Memoirs for Teens (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh): Author, title, summary, webcat link for about 10 books, including Judith Bloom Fradin's . Teen stories through diaries, email and letters (Info Soup): Author, title, summary for about 15 books for teens, which may be novels told through letters or journals of real people. (Ocean County Library, NJ): 'Books for teens about the issues they face! Coping in a Post-9/11 World, for Teens (Project Liberty, Westchester Libraries, NY): 'Books that celebrate diversity, open-minded thinking, an appreciation of complexity and encourage thinking about things from a variety of view points and perspectives. Realistic Fiction about Food Issues and Weight Concerns (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for 18 novels, from Joan Bauer's .
Author, title, summary, and webcat links for 28 fiction and 9 non-fiction titles.
Grade 7 and Grade 8 Summer Reading, 2003 (Exeter-West Greenwich Junior High, RI): Lists titles by category (humor, mystery, biography, adventure, historical fiction, realistic fiction, fantasy and science fiction), followed by authors and summaries for each book.
Author, title, genre, summary, and links to webcatalog info for over 95 books. Incoming Juniors Summer Reading List (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Summer 2003 Reading List for Wakefield High School (Mass.) incoming juniors.
Author, title, genre, summary, and links to webcatalog info for over 100 books. Fiction for Grades 11-12 (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for about 25 books (mostly novels), from Maya Angelou's .
Author, title, genre, summary, and links to webcatalog info for over 105 books. Labor History Resources for K-12 School Children and Their Teachers (John L.
Revitte; American Labor Studies Center) : Extensive list of resources for kids from K-12 concerning work and leisure and labor history.
Pregnancy and Parenthood: Teen Parent Booklist (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh): Sections: Boys' Point of View; Diaries/Journals; Friendship (that supports teen parents); On the Go (leaving home); and more. Author, title, summary, publication year, and webcat link for about 15 books from Margaret Bechard's by Johann David Wyss (includes some juvenile titles and some adult titles as well). : Classics (Tulsa City-County Library, OK): Provides authors, titles, summaries, and webcat links for about 15 YA classics, from Maya Angelou's by L. Also see their list of Short Classics for Teens, similarly formatted list with another 25 or so titles. Family Stories (Carmel Clay PL, Carmel, IN): Author, title, cover image, webcat link and summary for about 25 fiction and non-fiction titles, in title order, from by Bruce Brooks to Rachel Vail's Friendship Ring series. Suggested Books for Students in Grade 7 (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Author, title, summary, and links to webcatalog info for 30 books and 5 series.
Author, title, summary, webcat link for over 30 fiction books, from Patricia Calvert's by Jerrie Oughton. Teen Parents (Patti Cook, Wired for Youth, Austin PL, TX): Author, title, cover image, webcat link, subject list, and summary for 12 books, in title order, from by Cynthia Grant. Recommended Reading: Seventh and Eighth Grade (Kings Park Central School District, NY): Author, title, summary, and fiction/non-fiction notation for over 100 books or series recommended for children in 7th and 8th grades.
Booklist for 11th and 12th Grades (Seattle Public Library): Title, author, summary, and page count for about 20 fiction titles and 10 non-fiction titles, for eleventh and twelfth graders, with fiction titles from Joan Bauer's .