Here you'll find the readings and reflections of an 8th grade reading teacher. I agree with Taylor Mali - If I'm going to change the world, it'll be one eighth grader at a time.
The Original Article
Book Review: Young Adult Fiction - WSJ.com: ""
Yes, teen fiction can be dark – but it shows teenagers they aren't alone | Maureen Johnson | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk: ""
Teen fiction accused of being 'rife with depravity' | Books | guardian.co.uk: ""
Mad Woman in the Forest - Stuck between rage and compassion: ""
Hey, Wall Street Journal: YA Fiction Is Just Fine -- Vulture: ""
*Gasp* Sometimes, #YAsaves! « The Reading Zone: ""
The Book Bench: #Yasaves: A Tale of Hashtaggery : The New Yorker: ""
WORD for Teens: Thoughts On: WSJ Article, YA Saves, and The YA Genre: "this article"
All This Darkness! What to Buy The Grownup Reader? (A Parody) « Sarah Ockler, Author: ""
Publishing to save or poison? | ABRAMS Blog: ""
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