Teen Collection

When the National Library opens, we will offer a wide variety of books in English and Arabic, including bestsellers, classics, graphic novels, and nonfiction. We will also feature e-books, DVDs, CDs, audiobooks, magazines, journals, and much more. While you are waiting for our opening day, please enjoy these links below to reader resources, online books, awards, and more.

Our top suggestions:


ALA Teens’ Top Ten Books     English 
See the list of Top 10 books as voted on by teens across the country during Teen Read Week.

The Hunger Games Web Site   English  
Visit Scholastic’s official page for this popular series, and learn more about the author and her books as well as play games and watch videos.

Randa Abdel-Fattah Website  English  
Learn more about the Australian author of Does My Head Look Big in This and Ten Things I Hate About Me, two books about Muslim teens coping with life outside of their home countries. 

Other reader resources links:

Official Harry Potter Website   English  
Visit J.K. Rowling’s website for all things Harry Potter.

Official Website of Stephenie Meyer   English  
Twilight fans will find lots of fun info about the author, her books, and the movies based on them on this website.

Teen Reads   English  
This website highlights authors, new books, and more just for teens. 

Awards

ALA Notable Books for Young Adults   English  

Arab American Book Award   English  

Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults   English  

Michael L. Printz Award  English 

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