- — Catherine Hainstock (@cathysinoz)Tue, Dec 10 2013 07:39:40'When Mr Dog Bites' by Brian Conaghan will do for Tourette's what 'Curious Incident ... ' did for autism #youthlit
- — Sara Cousins (@msdigifly)Tue, Dec 10 2013 07:44:15
- — Catherine Hainstock (@cathysinoz)Tue, Dec 10 2013 07:46:42Black Dog books 'Plenty' about coping with urban displacement and indigenous displacement -women's stories across the generations #youthlit
- — Kelly Gardiner (@kmjgardiner)Tue, Dec 10 2013 07:56:14
- — Marama Whyte (@maramawhyte)Tue, Dec 10 2013 07:56:58getting a very cool sneak peek of what's to come in australian fiction next year. so many great things to review. #youthlit
- — Youth Literature (@CentreYouthLit)Tue, Dec 10 2013 07:56:24
- — Dixie Normous (@kassi_grace)Tue, Dec 10 2013 07:59:43How do we engage teens with YA when over half of people buying it are adults, “shutting” them out of the conversation? #YouthLit
- — Catherine Hainstock (@cathysinoz)Tue, Dec 10 2013 08:02:49CYL will be focussing on adaptation, fan fiction and transmedia in 2014 - watch out for new programs #youthlit
- — Youth Literature (@CentreYouthLit)Tue, Dec 10 2013 08:05:42We want to be dynamic and engaging and innovative, and we'll continue to advocate for the best #YouthLit.
- — Catherine Hainstock (@cathysinoz)Tue, Dec 10 2013 08:08:40Household objects turn into killer bots - Michael Pryor's new book from Random House 'Machine Wars'. #youthlit
The Year Ahead in Youth Literature
Want to know what’s hot in teen fiction? Join our panel of publishers to find out what’s trending in youth literature in 2014. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with publishers, booksellers, school librarians and YA fans to get the latest on what matters to teens today.