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Update 2/4/14: Pardon My Youth is currently on hiatus. We'll update this page when/if they have plans to come back. Meanwhile, check out some of the wonderful YA books listed below!
Skylight is introducing a new book club for the young and young at heart! Each month we will feature and discuss a young adult book with young adult authors and librarians. No need to hide the fact that you're reading Harry Potter and Eclipse; now is the time to speak loudly and carry a young adult novel!
They will be meeting at Skylight Books on the third Sunday of each month at 2pm.
Also, Cecil made a new webpage for Pardon My Youth! Check it out: http://pardonmyyouth.wordpress.com/
Questions? Contact Cecil at firstname.lastname@example.org
June 2012 Ruby by Phillip Pullman
May 2012 Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh
April 2012 Unwind by Neil Shusterman
March 2012 Her and Me and You by Lauren Strasnick
February 2012 A Northern Light by Jennifer Donnelly
November 2011 Phantom Tollboth by Norman Juster
June 2011: ASH by Malinda Lo (meeting on June 19th)
February 2010: Life as We Knew It - Susan Beth Pfeiffer (Meeting postponed till 02/28)
March 2010: Stargirl - Jerry Spinelli
April 2010: How I Live Now - Meg Rosoff
May 2010: The First Part Last - Angela Johnson
June 2010: The Evolution of Calpurina Tate - Jacqueline Kelly
July 2010: The Knife of Never Letting Go - Patrick Ness
August 2010: SUMMER VACATION! No meeting.
September 2010: Albatross by Josie Bloss
October 2010: Mare's War
November 2010: American Born Chinese
December 2010: Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan
January 2011: The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare
(Reading July 2009) The protagonist of this astonishing debut is a young, African-American teen who can't get a break. Tyrell is living (for now) with his spaced-out mother and little brother in a homeless shelter. He feels he needs to score some money to make things better. Will he end up following in his fathers footsteps?