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YABL, or the Young Adult Book Lovers - we say it "yabble" - meet monthly at the Crozet Library, usually on the third Tuesday evening, to discuss a specific book and have snacks.  We are a group of readers aged 11-15, read a diverse selection of young adult books,and always welcome new members.
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YABL, or the Young Adult Book Lovers - we say it "yabble" - meet monthly at the Crozet Library, usually on the third Tuesday evening, to discuss a specific book and have snacks.  Occasionally, we use a meeting to round up all the various favorite books each member has read recently.  We are a group of readers aged 11-15, read a diverse selection of young adult books,and always welcome new members.
  
 
November 2008 - A Mango Shaped Space, by Wendy Mass
 
November 2008 - A Mango Shaped Space, by Wendy Mass
 
 
October 2008 - First Boy, by Gary Schmidt
 
October 2008 - First Boy, by Gary Schmidt
 
 
September 2008 - The Schwa was Here, by Neal Shusterman
 
September 2008 - The Schwa was Here, by Neal Shusterman
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August 2008 - The Best Books of the Summer
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July 2008 - Life as We Knew It, by Susan Beth Pfeffer
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June 2008 - Ruby Holler, by Sharon Creech
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May 2008 - Heir Apparent, by Vivian Vande Velde
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April 2008 - Everlost, by Neal Shusterman
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March 2008 - Goose Girl, by Shannon Hale
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February 2008 - The Lightning Thief, by Rick Riordan
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January 2008 - The Best Books We Read in 2007
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December 2007 - Ghost Boy, by Iain Lawrence
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November 2007 - Flipped, by Wendelin Van Draanen
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October 2007 - Skellig, by David Almond
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September 2007 - Uglies, by Scott Westerfeld

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YABL, or the Young Adult Book Lovers - we say it "yabble" - meet monthly at the Crozet Library, usually on the third Tuesday evening, to discuss a specific book and have snacks. Occasionally, we use a meeting to round up all the various favorite books each member has read recently. We are a group of readers aged 11-15, read a diverse selection of young adult books,and always welcome new members.

November 2008 - A Mango Shaped Space, by Wendy Mass October 2008 - First Boy, by Gary Schmidt September 2008 - The Schwa was Here, by Neal Shusterman August 2008 - The Best Books of the Summer July 2008 - Life as We Knew It, by Susan Beth Pfeffer June 2008 - Ruby Holler, by Sharon Creech May 2008 - Heir Apparent, by Vivian Vande Velde April 2008 - Everlost, by Neal Shusterman March 2008 - Goose Girl, by Shannon Hale February 2008 - The Lightning Thief, by Rick Riordan January 2008 - The Best Books We Read in 2007 December 2007 - Ghost Boy, by Iain Lawrence November 2007 - Flipped, by Wendelin Van Draanen October 2007 - Skellig, by David Almond September 2007 - Uglies, by Scott Westerfeld