|Angel: A Maximum Ride Novel||James Patterson|
|Before I Fall||Lauren Oliver|
|Blessed||Cynthia Leitich Smith|
|Hex Hall||Rachel Hawkins|
|I Am J||Cris Beam|
|I Am Number Four||Pittacus Lore|
|Love, Inc.||Yvonne Collins|
|Red Moon Rising||Peter Moore|
|Sisters Red||Jackson Pearce|
|The Clockwork Angel||Cassandra Clare|
|The False Princess||Ellis O’Neal|
|The Iron King||Julie Kagawa|
|The Lost Gate||Orson Scott Card|
|The Sky Is Everywhere||Jandy Nelson|
|You Killed Wesley Payne||Sean Beaudoin|
|Zombies vs. Unicorns||Holly Black and Justine Larbalestier|
Unfortunately, voting is closed now for the final top ten list, but if you don’t have some of these books in your library they are worth looking into. These titles were nominated by reading groups of teens across the country, so this list provides a greater preponderance of titles that would be popular and relevant to more teen readers than some of the other formal youth literary awards.
Source: YALSA’s Teens Top Ten page.
Teens’ Top Ten (TTT) is part of YA Galley, in which teen book groups led by YALSA members receive galleys from publishers throughout the year. Learn more about YA Galley and the fifteen participating libraries on the YA Galley Participants page.