2012 YA Reading Challenge

Genre Categories                            
   1. Realistic Fiction/Social Issues                               Ruthless (Pretty Little Liars, Bk 10)Sara Shepard
   2. RomanceSomething Like FateSusane Colasanti
   3. FantasyAnother FaustDaniel Nayeri & Dina Nayeri
   4. Science FictionA Million SunsBeth Revis
   5. Apocalyptic/Dystopia  Fever (Chemical Garden, Bk 2)Lauren DeStefano
   6. Mystery/Thriller               TornCat Clarke
   7. ClassicRebeccaDaphne du Maurier
   8. Graphic or Adventure                  Twilight The Graphic Novel Vol. 2Stephenie Meyer, Young Kim
   9. Poetry/Free Verse                                  You Are Not HereSamantha Schutz
   10. Anthology                 Zombies vs. UnicornsHolly Black & Others
Setting/Narrator Categories  
   1. Female protagonistBitterblueKristin Cashore
   2. Male protagonistThe Secret To LyingTodd Mitchell
   3. One or More Characters are LGBTPinkLili Wilkinson
   4. Non-human protagonistBlack DawnRachel Caine
   5. Involves a family conflictBellesJen Calonita
   6. Takes place in a School                          Hex Hall Rachel Hawkins
   7. Takes place in a non-industrialized country TrashAndy Mulligan
   8. Contemporary Historical Novel             A Great and Terrible BeautyLibba Bray
   9. First Person Narrator (I and/or We)           The SelectionKiera Cass
   10. Third Person Omniscient Narrator Another PanDaniel Nayeri & Dina Nayeri
   11. Third-Person limited, or Multiple-perspective Narrator Bleeding HeartsAlyxandra Harvey
Author/Award Categories  
   1. Work by an author you have never read before          As You WishJackson Pearce
   2. Author from country outside of U.S., U.K., CAN, AUSThe Prince of MistCarlos Ruiz Zafón
   3. Michael L. Printz AwardWhy We Broke UpDaniel Handler
   4. William C. Morris YA Debut AwardMadappleChristina Meldrum
   5. Boston Globe-Horn Book AwardChimeFranny Billingsley
   6. Cybils AwardFireKristin Cashore
   7. Young Reader's Choice Award GracelingKristin Cashore
   8. Book that has or is being made into a movie                 The Perks of Being a WallflowerStephen Chbosky
   9. First or last book in a seriesBlack HeartHolly Black
   10. Title from a high school Reading ListThe Grapes of WrathJohn Steinbeck
   11. Best or a Recommended Book for BoysI Hunt KillersBarry Lyga
   12. Best or a Recommended Book for GirlsTwisted (Pretty Little Liars, Bk 9)Sara Shepard

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