Teen Read Week and voting for the Teens’ Top Ten begins in just 5 days. I can’t wait to see the votes come in and find out which of these books are teens’ favorites! Remember, this is the only teen choice where the books are nominated and voted on by teens all over the USA. It’s practically an American duty for teens to vote!
I asked a few teens what they were planning on voting for. Here are some of the responses:
Emie, age 17, said she was voting for Unwind by Neal Shusterman: â€œThe characters and plotline were very well developed. It’s a horror story, but the lack of blood made the book incredible.
Allison, age 17, is also voting for Unwind. â€œIt is unique with strong teen characters. It covers a hot topic without being preachy. The story includes everything good about science fiction.
Jared, age 15, is voting for Daemon Hall by Andrew Nance: â€œIt was an exciting read and my first horror novel.â€
Catherine, age 15, is voting for Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer: â€œIt is an awesome book because it is very well written. It’s fully of surprises, but you do have to read the first two books to appreciate it.â€
Dominique, age 15, is voting for Maximum Ride: Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports: â€œWow, this book is really amazing. I enjoy the aspect that a girl could be a superhero and act like a teen all at once. That really makes my day!â€
Make sure your teens are voting for this important list. Click here to get more information, a list of the titles, and ready-made publicity you can just print and put out for your teens.