Richmond Heights Public Library
Please check your favorite title from these titles nominated by local teens. Before voting, you should read at least five of the nominees. Only local teens in grades 7-12 are eligible to vote in the new Richmond Heights Reads Teen Choice Book Award. The winning title will be announced during National Library Week in April of 2019. Happy Reading!
Akata Warrior by Nnedi OkoraforAlex and Eliza by Melissa de la CruzBlink by Sasha DawnCarve the Mark by Veronica RothFatal Throne by M.T. AndersonThe Hate U Give by Angie ThomasI Believe in a Thing Called Love by Maurene GooI Stop Somewhere by T.E. CarterImpyrium by Henry NeffLike Water by Rebecca PodosLove and Other Carnivorous Plants by Florence GonsalvesOut of the Blue by Sophie CameronSalt to the Sea by Ruta SepetysThe Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola YoonSymptoms of Being Human by Jeff GarvinTurtles All the Way Down by John GreenThe Way You Make Me Feel by Maurene Goo
To be eligible to vote, you must include your name, age, and municipality (Clayton, Maplewood, Richmond Heights, etc).
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