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Pick the Young Adult book we'll read for July

Although not a genre but a classification, Young Adult carries with it a rich array of genres, most predominantly realistic fiction, fantasy, and science fiction. When a book is labeled young adult it typically has a teen or young protagonist, and/or the subject is relateable or of interest to a teen. Because of this wide classification, you can oftentimes find YA books in several age sections of a library or bookstore.

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Poll created on March 31, 2014 and closed on April 14, 2014

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