The United States of YA


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Trying to figure out which Young Adult book should be next on your list? How about starting off reading the ones based in states  you’ve visited, or lived in, or want to live in? This cool map will get you started.

USA YA

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5 thoughts on “The United States of YA

  1. Once I read a book (Area 51) because the back told me it was about a reporter from Nashville. She was actually in town for only about 5 pages before travelling across country and getting zapped by aliens. Nashville was never mentioned again. I was robbed! We’ll have to check out Hourglass now.

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