All Teen & Young Adult Nonfiction Books | Penguin Random HouseWith the new year comes a new crop of exciting nonfiction for young adults. Find below a list of upcoming nonfiction YA books hitting in the first half ish of the year. The titles absolutely include books perfect for research and reference, but these titles also serve as more recreational nonfiction reading for teens. Until then, here are some excellent-sounding titles to kick off your year. Titles are listed alphabetically with publication dates beside them.
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11 Noteworthy Nonfiction YA Books!
And a lot of it focuses on topics and stories that you should know about so we thought it was time to give the genre a little love. Because great stories keep you turning pages, whether they are made up or true-to-life! Scroll down to check out 14 of our favorite new ish reads that have all of the facts and will keep you reading late into the night. Have recent events given you pause? This book is our new go-to. The thousand women who took flight to defend their country faced obstacles both in the sky and on the ground, but continues on with strength and bravery.
Just like their fictional counterparts, YA nonfiction is bursting with fantastic and fresh voices covering important subjects. From captivating memoirs to star author anthologies to graphic memoirs, nonfiction offers loads of discoveries for readers craving a true story. The following recommendations are just the tip of the iceberg…. Add to Bag. Rodriguez, Life Inside my Mind is perfect for readers who want to feel seen and readers who want to understand more about mental illness. If you fancy sports, pick up Women in Sports , by Rachel Ignotofsky From Serena Williams to Simone Biles, incredible, powerful women are dominating conversations about professional athletics.
11 Noteworthy Nonfiction YA Books
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I love reading nonfiction books. A well-told factual account of a historical or personal event can rival even the most inventive fictional story. These are my favorite nonfiction books that I think everyone should read! PERIOD founder and Harvard College student Nadya Okamoto offers a manifesto on menstruation and why we can no longer silence those who bleed—and how to engage in youth activism. The numbers are staggering: nearly one in five girls ages fourteen to seventeen have been the victim of a sexual assault or attempted sexual assault. This is the true story, in the form of a gut-wrenching memoir, of one of those girls. Pick up a copy on April 10th!