Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Presented by: Ms. Colleen Mills Williams, Media Specialist Apalachee.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Presented by: Ms. Colleen Mills Williams, Media Specialist Apalachee."— Presentation transcript:

1 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Presented by: Ms. Colleen Mills Williams, Media Specialist Apalachee High School 940 Haymon Morris Road Winder, GA 30680

2 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center The Amber Spyglass __by Philip Pullman 1.The Golden Compass 2.The Subtle Knife 3.The Amber Spyglass His Dark Materials (series title) Amber Spyglass

3 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center...Bell shows a strong ability to build a distinctive world and create convincing alien life forms and cultures, making this one of the best youth sf tales to come along in many years. --Booklist, *starred review A Matter Of Profit __by Hilari Bell A Matter of Profit

4 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants __by Ann Brashares Four lifelong high-school friends and a magical pair of jeans take separate summer journeys to discover love, disappointment, and self-realization. The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants

5 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Born Blue __by Han Nolan Janie/Lashaya is a blond haired blue- eyed foster child being raised with her foster brother, Harmon, who introduces her to his “ladies,” cassette tapes of the greatest women blues singers. Born Blue

6 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center The Rag and Bone Shop __by Robert Cormier When Jason is questioned as a witnesses in a young girl's murder investigation, he doesn't realize that the interrogation, by a skilled detective, will become a matter of life and death. The Rag And Bone Shop

7 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Zazoo __by Richard Mosher Zazoo, a Vietnamese orphan, adopted by Grand-Pierre, must face never-explored questions about her past when she meets a mysterious boy on a bicycle who appears in her small village in France. Zazoo

8 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center A Step From Heaven __by An Na “A Step from Heaven grew from a need to express some of the longings & frustrations that I felt as an immigrant growing up in America.” __An Na A Step From Heaven

9 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Feeling Sorry For Celia __by Jaclyn Moriarty Through her notes and letters we come to know not only Elizabeth but her mum (who communicates almost solely by notes stuck on the refrigerator) and another girl, Christina, who meets her through letters as part of an English assignment. Feeling Sorry For Celia

10 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Lirael __by Garth Nix Apprentice librarian Lirael discovers that the library guards' magic allows her to conjure Disreputable Dog, who accompanies her on a quest to stop the dead from waging war on the living. Lirael

11 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Whale Talk __by Chris Crutcher T.J., who is black, Japanese and white, leads a high school swim team of nonconformists on a quest for varsity letter jackets. Whale Talk

12 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center All that Remains __by Bruce Brooks All That Remains Three novellas explore the effects of death on young lives.

13 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center The Color of Absence: Twelve Stories About Loss and Hope __edited by James Howe The Color Of Absence Twelve short stories that examine how young people deal with different types of loss.

14 YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Presented by: Ms. Colleen Mills Williams, Media Specialist Apalachee High School 940 Haymon Morris Road Winder, GA The End


Download ppt "YALSA BEST BOOKS FOR YOUNG ADULTS, 2002 Fiction Books Available at Your AHS Media Center Presented by: Ms. Colleen Mills Williams, Media Specialist Apalachee."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google