Love young adult literature? Now’s your chance to vote for your favorite YA books as part of the Young Adult Library Services Association’s annual Teens’ Top Ten.
Each year, votes from readers aged 12 through 18 determine which books make the cut. Voting for your favorite titles can help teens across the country discover and enjoy authors you love.
You have until October 15 to cast your votes; winners will be announced later that month. Participants can choose up to three titles from a group of 25 finalists curated by teen book clubs across the country. The pool includes fiction and non-fiction reads from a variety of genres, from sci-fi to historical fiction.
Here are the 25 finalists:
#MurderFunding (#MurderTrending #2), by Gretchen McNeil
Are You Listening?, by Tillie Walden
Aurora Rising, by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
The Beast Player, by Nahoko Uehashi (writer) and Cathy Hirano (translator)
Between Worlds: Folktales of Britain and Ireland, by Kevin Crossley-Holland (writer) and Frances Castle (illustrator)
Broken Throne: A Red Queen Collection, by Victoria Aveyard
Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic, by Sam Quinones
The Field Guide to the North American Teenager, by Ben Philippe
Frankly in Love, by David Yoon
The Grace Year, by Kim Liggett
Last Bus to Everland, by Sophie Cameron
Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me, by Mariko Tamaki
Lovely War, by Julie Berry
The Memory Thief, by Lauren Mansy
My Ideal Boyfriend is a Croissant, by Laura Dockrill
Opposite of Always, by Justin A. Reynolds
Pumpkinheads, by Rainbow Rowell (writer) and Faith Erin Hicks (illustrator)
Stolen Time (Dark Stars #1), by Danielle Rollins
Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon, by Mary Fan
These Witches Don’t Burn, by Isabel Sterling
Warhead: The True Story of One Teen Who Almost Saved the World, by Jeff Henigson
Wayward Son (Simon Snow, #2), by Rainbow Rowell
We Hunt the Flame (Sands of Arawiya), by Hafsah Faizal
Wilder Girls, by Rory Power
With the Fire on High, by Elizabeth Acevedo
Vote for your favorites by October 15.
For more librarian-recommended YA books, check out the Teen Book Finder Database.