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  1. movie review
    To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You Almost Argues Itself Out of RomanceIn the sequel to Netflix’s hit 2018 teen rom-com, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo explore what comes after the happily ever after.
  2. ya twitter
    Famous Authors Drag Student in Surreal YA Twitter ControversyBy Saturday afternoon, many of the authors involved had apologized.
  3. tv review
    In Trinkets, Teen Shoplifters Form an AllianceAs a story about three high-school girls who become unlikely friends, the new Netflix series is a solid teen show — but something’s missing.
  4. the society
    9 Lingering Questions About The Society’s Bonkers First SeasonWhere the hell are these teens supposed to be? What’s up with Charlie the dog? Is Grizz too precious for this (possibly alternate) world?
  5. The Darkest Minds Is a Largely Incoherent Teen DystopiaIt’s hard to know what to care about in the adaptation of Alexandra Bracken’s mutants-on-the-run YA novel.
  6. The 10 Best YA Books of 2017From historical fiction to stories about Tumblr fandom and Black Lives Matter.
  7. Kirkus Editor-in-Chief Explains Why They Altered That American Heart ReviewEarlier this week, the magazine pulled a review amid online criticism of the book.
  8. A Commercial for Floral Essentials Shampoo, Based on the Bestselling […]I used to think that raising my three boys was a handful. They would keep me on my toes all day, so I didn’t always have time to worry about my […]
  9. trailer mix
    Watch the Very Sad If I Stay Trailer Starring Chloë MoretzAbout a girl who has to decide whether to live or die.
  10. ya
    Why Have So Many Recent YA Adaptations Flopped at the Box Office?Everyone wants the next Hunger Games, but what’s holding these failed franchises back?
  11. Read a Bit of Julie Klausner’s New YA NovelThe very funny Julie Klausner has a new young adult novel, Art Girls Are Easy, coming out on e-book tomorrow and in print next month, and […]
  12. authors
    Jason Segel Is Writing a YA TrilogyJust as long as it’s not about a dystopian future.
  13. teens (who run the world)
    Chris Weitz Will Write His Own YA Novels NowTeens (Who Run the World).
  14. oops
    The National Book Awards, Accidental Nominations, and How Not to Handle MistakesSorry, we nominated you for a prestigious award by accident. Please withdraw to preserve our integrity.