b'Young Adult Fiction Core CollectionsYoungAdultFiction Core CollectionCoreCollectionFourthEditionDue to the growing popularity of the Young Adult fiction genre and the ever increasing availability of new titles, librarians need more guidance than ever to select the best that YA fiction has to offer. Young Adult Fiction Core Collection (4th Edition, 2021) highlights more than 3,200 essential and recommended titles for young adult readers.Young Adult Fiction Core Collection is designed to assist the busy librarian in a wide variety of ways: Purchasing Guide. The Core Collection is designed to assist in theselection and ordering of titles. Annotations are provided for each title alongwith the publisher and ISBN.Collection Development Recommendations,Readers Advisory. The work of readers advisory is furthered by theby Librarians for Librarians Newinformation about sequels and companion volumes and the descriptive andcritical annotations in the List of Fictional Works, and by the subject accessEdition! in the Index. Cataloging & Information Support. For this purpose, full bibliographicaldata are provided in the List of Fictional Works. Entries also include4th Edition recommended subject headings, awards, publication history, and otherJULY 2021 titles in the series.One Volume; 600 pagesCurriculum Support. Subject indexing, grade levels, and annotationsISBN: 978-1-64265-743-2 are helpful in identifying materials appropriate for lesson planning andList Price: $255classroom use. Collection Maintenance. Information about titles available on a subjectfacilitates decisions to rebind, replace, or discard items. Instructional Aid. The Core Collection is useful in courses that deal withliterature and book selection for young adults.YOUNG ADULT FICTION CORE COLLECTIONTHIRD EDITION NEW FEATURESsmall Montana town, but when his ex-girlfriend disappearsAdams, Richardfrom her Vermont boarding school, Cody travels cross-coun- For the first time ever, entries include subject headings. New metadata includes Watership Down;Scribner classics ed.;Scrib-try to join the search. ner1996429p$30;pa$15Abrahams writes a ne thriller that is pitched to attractprecise genres and subgenres, and subject headings that consistently include both everyone from reluctant readers to sports fans to romanticGrades: 6 7 8 9 10 1.Allegories2.Rabbits Fictionidealists. Voice Youth Advocates location and time period where appropriate. Books are much easier to find through ISBN 0-684-83605-X;0-7432-7770-8paFirst published 1972 in the United Kingdom; rst United Acevedo, Elizabeth, ca. 1988- the index, and the metadata associated with each record offers better insight States edition 1974 by MacmillanThepoet X: a novel. Elizabeth Acevedo.Faced with the annihilation of its warren, a small group HarperTeen 2018 361 p. into the contents of the book. Additionally, beginning with this volume, we have of male rabbits sets out across the English downs in search Grades: 9 10 11 12 of a new home. Internal struggles for power surface in this 1. Adolescence Fiction; 2. Dominican Americans intricatelyincreased the number of awards and short lists; all entries for titles in series will woven, realistically told adult adventure when Interpersonal relations Fiction; 5. Poetry slams also include the name of that series.Fiction;3.HighschoolstudentsFiction;4.the protagonists must coordinate tactics in order to defeat an enemy rabbit fortress. It is clear that the author has done Fiction; 6. Poets Fiction; 7. Schools Fiction; 8. Self- research on rabbit behavior, for this tale is truly authentic.esteem Fiction; 9. Teenage girls Fiction; 10. HarlemShapiro Fic for Youth. 3d edition(New York, N.Y.) Fiction; 11. Teenage girls Fiction;Detailed entries in Young Adult Fiction Core Collection include:12. Bildungsromans Adeyemi, TomiISBN 9780062662828; 9780062662804 Complete Bibliographic and Cataloging DataChildren of blood and bone. By Tomi Adey-LC 2017943585 emi. Henry Holt & Co. 2018 531 p. Map (Legacy of Boston Globe-Horn Book Award: Fiction and PoetryOrisha)Content Descriptions & Annotations from Selected Reviews(2018); National Book Award: Young Peoples LiteratureGrades: 9 10 11 12(2018); Kirkus Prize Finalist: Young Readers Literature1.Brothers Subject Headings, ISBN, Grade Level Classification(2018) andsistersFiction;2.Government, In this novel, by Elizabeth Acevedo, Xiomara.feels FictionAdditional notes on special features, sequels and companion volumes,Resistance to Fiction; 3. Magic Fiction; 4. Prejudices unheard and unable to hide.Ever since her body grew into9781250170989; 9781250170972, $18.99curves, she has learned to let hersts and hererceness doawards, and publication historythe talking With Mamis determination to force her.toLC 2017021080obey the laws of the church, Xiomara understands that her Essential titles, our highest recommendation level, within subject areas areKirkus Prize Finalist: Young Readers Literature (2018)thoughts are best kept to herself. So when she is invited toIn this book in the Legacy of Orisha series, by Tomi Ad-join her schools slam poetry club, she doesnt know howeasily identified with a starred listingeyemi, Zlie Adebola remembers when the soil of Orsha she could ever attend without her maminding out. (Pub- hummed with magic [But] under the orders of a ruthless lishers note)Organized for ease of use by Author Nameking, maji were killed, leaving Zlie without a mother and Themesasdiverseasgrowingup her people without hope. Now Zlie has one chance to bringrst-generationback magic and strike against the monarchy. With the help American, Latinx culture, sizeism, music, burgeoning sex- of a rogue princess, Zlie must outwit and outrun the crown uality, and the power of the written and spoken word areprince, whoDETAILED INDEXINGall explored with nuance. Poignant and real, beautiful andis hell-bent on eradicating magic for good. (Publishers note)intense, this story of a girl struggling to de ne herself is asA combined Author, Title, and Subject Index provides an easy-to-use powerful as Xiomaras name: one who is ready for war.Well-drawn characters, an intense plot, and deft writing make this a strong story. That it is also a timely study on Kirkus alphabetical list of all the books entered in the Core Collection. Each book is race, colorism, power, and injustice makes it great. KirkusIncludes bibliographical references (page 527).Aceves, Fred entered under author, title and subject.The closestIve come. Fred Aceves. HarperTeenAdlington, L. J.2017 310 p.Thediary of Pelly D.Greenwillow Books Grades: 9 10 11 12 Excerpted from H.W. Wilsons popular Senior High Core Collection and Middle 1. Friendship Fiction; 2. High schools Fiction; 3.2005282phardcover o.p.pa$8.99Hispanic Americans Fiction; 4. Schools Fiction;& Junior High Core Collection, the 3,200 titles in this edition provide extensive Grades: 7 8 9 10 5. Single-parent families Fiction; 6. Tampa (Fla.) 1.Science ctionFiction; 7. Hispanic Americans Fiction; 8. Prejudicescoverage of YA Fiction and makes easy work of locating the best-of-the-best titles ISBN 0-06-076615-8;0-06-076617-4pa FictionLC 2004-522589780062488534, $17.99; 9780062489876 to consider adding to your collection and to find titles that can be weeded out.On the planet Home From Home, Toni Vis a brute la-In this book, by Fred Aceves, Marcos Rivas yearns forborer, a barely educated member of the Demolition Crew that is busy pulverizing the bombed-out remains of City love, a working cell phone, and maybe a pair of sneakersYoung Adult Fiction Core Collection is an essential resource for library and that arent falling apart. But more than anything, MarcosFives central plaza. Pelly D is a hip member of the swank elite who used to live in an exclusive apartment fronting wants to get out of Maesta When Marcos is placed in amedia specialists looking to enhance and enrich their collection with the most new after-school program, he meets Zach and Amy, whosethe plaza. Their stories come together when Toni Vuncov-ers Pelly Ds diary in the debris. . . . Middle school, high friendship inspires Marcos to open up to his Maesta crew,important and highly recommended titles currently available.too, and starts to think more about his future and what he hasschool. (Horn Book)to ght for. (Publishers note) Adlingtonhascraftedanoriginalanddisturbing Its a memorable, hard-hitting portrait of a teenagerdystopian fantasy told in a smart and sympathetic teen trying to shape his own destiny after being dealt a dicultvoice. Booklist6 hand. Pub Wkly H.W. Wilson844.630.6369 www.hwwilsoninprint.com H.W. Wilson844.630.6369www.hwwilsoninprint.com2YAC 2019.indb 2 6/7/2019 12:18:34 PM'