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Young adult books are generally written for the middle and high school age reader. In practice, this is somewhat misleading as sometimes children will start reading in young adult as early as 5th or 6th grade, while good readers in the high school years have often moved to adult books. However many high schoolers continue to read young adult books throughout high school and often adults enjoy and read young adult books as well.
 
Young adult books are generally written for the middle and high school age reader. In practice, this is somewhat misleading as sometimes children will start reading in young adult as early as 5th or 6th grade, while good readers in the high school years have often moved to adult books. However many high schoolers continue to read young adult books throughout high school and often adults enjoy and read young adult books as well.
  
See the [http://166.61.234.92/ftlist^bib37 new additions to Young Adult nonfiction] at J-MRL.
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See the [http://aries.jmrl.org/ftlist^bib37 new additions to Young Adult nonfiction] at J-MRL.

Revision as of 14:32, 29 June 2009

Young adult books are generally written for the middle and high school age reader. In practice, this is somewhat misleading as sometimes children will start reading in young adult as early as 5th or 6th grade, while good readers in the high school years have often moved to adult books. However many high schoolers continue to read young adult books throughout high school and often adults enjoy and read young adult books as well.

See the new additions to Young Adult nonfiction at J-MRL.