The Teen It List!

Coming from our School Library Journal ad? Below you'll find the titles that were featured!

Infinite Days: Life's hard at 16. Especially when you've been a vampire for 600 years.

Night Star: What's more deadly? Bitter rivals, or jealous friends?

End of Days: It's hard doin good when you're always thirsty for blood!

The Teen's Guide to World Domination: Let Josh help you take over the world! *Muah hah hah!*

When The Stars Go Blue: Dance to the beat of your drum!

Only Girls Allowed: Periods, boys, and boobs. Oh my!

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23 thoughts on “The Teen It List!

  1. Dear June, Linda and Dina,

    Thank you so much for your interest in reviewing these titles. I’m delighted to send any and all of these titles to each of you for review. Would you please e-mail me with your full mailing addresses and I will get them out ASAP?

    [library at macmillanusa dot com]

    Thanks!

    -Talia

  2. Dear Jacki,

    Thank you for your note. I am delighted to send copies to you as well. Would you please e-mail me at library at macmillanusa dot com with your full mailing address?

    Yay!

    -Talia

    PS per your question re: the sneak peek/preview titles – we’ll definitely get those to you as well. 🙂

  3. Hello Talia,

    I think these books sound like they are the type of books our patrons are reading but I am not sure if they are age appropriate. Could I please review them to see if they would fit in with our collection?

    Thanks,

    Patti

  4. Working in a library I have many teens that take out a multiple books with various plots. Right now one of the most popular is vampire books. I would love to review and get an idea if they would be something that the teens would love to read. Thank you in advance for reviewing the books and putting them on a site that makes it easy for me to decide what will work best in the library setting.

  5. These sound great! Immediately, I thought of a few kids per title who would fight over who got to read the book first. I hope these other librarians don’t just choose books that they personally find appealing… I’d like to review the books as well and have sent my info. Thanks for the update! Keep them coming!

  6. I would also like to review these books. I am always on the lookout for something that would fit my student population’s interest yet be suitable for a public school. These just might fit the bill, given the brief descriptions and cover art.

    Thanks!

  7. Hi Stephanie,

    Please e-mail me at library at macmillanusa dot com and I’ll get back to you with our review policy.

    Thanks!

    -Talia

  8. I would be glad to review any books that are not vampire. We are overrun with them. Garlic is now a necessity in our library! 🙂

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