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The Best Fiction for Young Adults list is compiled annually by a committee of the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) and comprises fiction appropriate for ages 12 to 18. Titles published in late 2009 are noted; all others were published in 2010. The committee’s top 10 choices are identified with a star (*). In 2010, YALSA restructured the mission of the Best Books for Young Adults committee and renamed it Best Fiction for Young Adults.
Adios, Nirvana. By Conrad Wesselhoeft. Houghton, $16 (9780547368955).
After Jonathan’s twin dies in an accident, he finds help facing life again from his friends, as well as from the man for whom he is ghostwriting WWII memoirs.
After Ever After. By Jordan Sonnenblick. Scholastic, $16.99 (9780439837064).
Thirteen-year-old Jeffrey must figure out how to live as a cancer survivor, get the girl, and graduate eighth grade. A 2011 Schneider Family Book Award winner.
*Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour. By Morgan Matson. Simon & Schuster, $16.99 (9781416990659).
While on a road trip across the country that doesn’t go as expected, Amy and Roger begin to heal from grief and heartbreak.
As Easy as Falling off the Face of the Earth. By Lynne Rae Perkins. Greenwillow, $16.99 (9780061870903).
On the way to camp, Ry’s train leaves him behind in the middle of nowhere, beginning a surprise-filled journey.
*Bamboo People. By Mitali Perkins. Charlesbridge, $16.95 (9781580893282).
After Chiko, a Burmese soldier, and Tu Reh, a Kerenni refugee, meet on opposite sides of war, each learns what it means to be a leader of his people.
Beat the Band. By Dan Calame. Candlewick, $16.99 (9780763646332).
After being paired with a social outcast in health class, Coop feels that he must win a battle of the bands with his buddies to regain his reputation. The problem? None of them plays an instrument.
Beatle Meets Destiny. By Gabrielle Williams. Marshall Cavendish, $16.99 (9780761457237).
Superstitious John “Beatle” Lennon meets Destiny McCartney on Friday the thirteenth, but their new romance is tested by Beatle’s girlfriend, his angry twin sister, and a stalker. Can love survive?
Before I Fall. By Lauren Oliver. HarperTeen, $17.99 (9780061726804).
Sam’s seemingly perfect life has ended in a terrible crash. Then she gets the chance to relive her last day seven times.
Birthmarked. By Caragh M. O’Brien. Roaring Brook, $16.99 (9781596435698).
After her parents’ arrest, Gaia questions her allegiance to the Enclave even as she inherits a dangerous secret and assumes her mother’s role as a midwife. A 2011 Amelia Bloomer Book.
Blessing’s Bead. By Debby Dahl Edwardson. 2009. Farrar/Melanie Kroupa, $16.99 (9780374308056).
In this beautifully written account of an Alaskan Inupiaq family, a child is given a special bead that threads the generations together.
The Body Finder. By Kimberly Derting. HarperTeen, $16.99 (9780061779817).
When her ESP abilities lead to the discovery of a body, Violet finds herself drawn not only to the murder victim but also to the murderer.
The Boneshaker. By Kate Milford. Clarion, $17 (9780547241876).
In 1914 Arcane, Missouri, Natalie meets the devil at the crossroads to save her family and her town.
Borderline. By Allan Stratton. HarperTeen, $16.99 (9780061451119).
After Homeland Security hauls his father away as a suspect in a possible terrorist attack, Sami sets out to prove his dad’s innocence.
Broken Memory: A Novel of Rwanda. By Élisabeth Combres. Tr. by Shelley Tanaka. 2009. Groundwood, $17.95 (9780888998927).
In Rwanda during the 1994 genocide, Emma witnesses the brutal murder of her mother, and she tries to build a life while haunted by the horrific experience.
The Cardturner. By Louis Sachar. Delacorte, $17.99 (9780385736626).
During his summer job turning bridge cards for his blind great-uncle Trapp, Alton learns much more than just how to play the game.
Compromised. By Heidi Ayarbe. HarperTeen, $16.99 (9780061728495).
When Maya’s father is jailed and she is put into a group home, she and her new “friend” Nicole run away to search for Maya’s aunt.
Confessions of the Sullivan Sisters. By Natalie Standiford. Scholastic, $17.99 (9780545107105).
One of the Sullivans has deeply offended the family matriarch, Almighty, who will cut the entire clan out of her will unless the guilty party comes clean. So begin the confessions of sisters Norrie, Jane, and Sassy.
A Conspiracy of Kings. By Megan Whalen Turner. Greenwillow, $16.99 (9780061870934).
After his uncle, the king, is murdered, Sophos must set aside his self-doubt, accept his true identity as a ruler, and unite his kingdom against invaders.
Cosmic. By Frank Cotrell Boyce. HarperCollins/Walden Pond, $16.99 (9780061836831).
When 12-year-old Liam, who looks like he is 30, poses as the adult chaperone on a kids’ mission to space, he must think fast to save the group.
Crazy. By Han Nolan. Harcourt, $17 (9780152051099).
Jason can’t put his mother’s death behind him, not with a mentally ill father and a chorus of distinct voices filling his head. Is he crazy, too?
Crossing the Tracks. By Barbara Stuber. Simon & Schuster/Margaret K. McElderry, $16.99 (9781416997030).
During the summer of 1926, Iris finds unexpected love and acceptance after her father sends her to rural Missouri, where she works for a doctor and his mother. A 2011 William C. Morris Award Finalist.
The Curse of the Wendigo. By Rick Yancey. Simon & Schuster, $17.99 (9781416984504).
In the Canadian wilds, Henry and monstrumologist Dr. Warthrop try to disprove the existence of the Wendigo, a wraithlike, perpetually hungry creature that gorges on flesh.
Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares. By Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. Knopf, $16.99 (9780375866593).
In hopes of meeting a boy, Lily leaves clues in a bookstore and begins a series of messages, dares, and a possible romance with Dash.
The Death-Defying Pepper Roux. By Geraldine McCaughrean. HarperCollins, $16.99 (9780061836657).
When Pepper Roux was born, his aunt had a vision from Saint Constance that the boy would die on his fourteenth birthday. Pepper Roux has other ideas. A 2011 Top 10 Rainbow Project Book.
The Demon King. By Cinda Williams Chima. 2009. Hyperion, $17.99 (9781423118237).
The lives of Princess Raisa and former street lord, Han, intertwine after Han finds an amulet that reveals secrets about his true heritage, and Raisa uncovers treachery in the castle.
Every Little Thing in the World. By Nina de Gramont. Atheneum, $16.99 (9781416980131).
After Sydney has a run-in with the police, her parents send her to a wilderness camp, where she tries to decide what to do about her secret pregnancy.
Fat Cat. By Robin Brande. 2009. Knopf, $16.99 (9780375844492).
Aiming to take home the top prize at the science fair and maybe lose some weight in the process, Cat plans to examine life as a cave girl. Her subject? Herself.
Fever Crumb. By Philip Reeve. Scholastic, $17.99 (9780545207195).
Fever Crumb, the only female among the Order of Engineers that raised her, finds her rationality continually tested as she begins to discover more about her past. A 2011 Notable Children’s Book.
*Finnikin of the Rock. By Melina Marchetta. Candlewick, $18.99 (9780763643614).
Finnikin and his fellow exiles from Lumatere embark on an epic journey to return to their cursed homeland.
Forge. By Laurie Halse Anderson. Atheneum, $16.99 (9781416961444).
All that stands between Curzon and his freedom is George Washington’s army and a winter at Valley Forge.
Gateway. By Sharon Shinn. 2009. Viking, $17.99 (9780670011780).
After Daiyu is transported to Shenglang, an alternate world, she is enlisted to help send an evil traveler back to his own realm before he can wreak chaos.
Girl, Stolen. By April Henry. Holt/Christy Ottaviano, $16.99 (9780805090055).
Sick with pneumonia, blind teenager Cheyenne is waiting in the backseat of her stepmother’s car when a thief unintentionally kidnaps her. A 2011 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.
Glimpse. By Carol Lynch Williams. Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman, $16.99 (9781416997306).
It’s no wonder that Hope keeps dreaming about crying: her father is dead; her mother is deeply troubled; and her sister has been institutionalized after a suicide attempt. A 2011 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.
Green Witch. By Alice Hoffman. Scholastic, $17.99 (9780545141956).
In an apocalyptic world, Green sets out on a healing journey to learn the histories of the local witches and to free her soul mate from prison. A 2011 Amelia Bloomer Book.
The Grimm Legacy. By Polly Shulman. Putnam, $16.99 (9780399250965).
After Elizabeth gets a job as a page in a strange lending library that has a collection of magical objects from Grimms’ fairy tales, things start to disappear.
Guardian of the Dead. By Karen Healey. Little, Brown, $17.99 (9780316044301).
At a New Zealand boarding school, Ellie is drawn into a mysterious world of Maori myth and magic when she meets Mark during a killing spree that leaves victims without eyes. A 2011 William C. Morris Award Finalist.
Half Brother. By Kenneth Oppel. Scholastic, $17.99 (9780545229258).
Ben begins to see the chimpanzee that his father brings home for a language-acquisition study as more than a test subject, leading to a crisis when funding runs low.
Half World. By Hiromi Goto. Illus. by Jillian Tamaki. Viking, $16.99 (9780670012206).
Overweight and overteased Melanie Tamaki must follow her mother into Half World, where she takes on the horrifically mutable Mr. Glueskin.
Harmonic Feedback. By Tara Kelly. Holt, $16.99 (9780805090109).
Drea, who has “a touch of Asperger’s,” has never been considered “normal.” A skilled sound designer, she starts a band with Naomi and Justin, who appreciate her for who she is.
The Heart Is Not a Size. By Beth Kephart. HarperTeen, $16.99 (9780061470486).
While on a service trip in Mexico, Georgia gains perspective on her life that enables her to face the unspoken challenges in her relationship with her best friend.
*Hold Me Closer, Necromancer. By Lish McBride. Holt, $16.99 (9780805090987).
After Sam discovers that he is a necromancer, he must learn to control his abilities in order to defeat a powerful and corrupt rival and save his friends. A 2011 William C. Morris Award Finalist.
Hothouse. By Chris Lynch. HarperTeen, $16.99 (9780061673795).
After Russell and DJ lose their firefighter fathers in a major fire, they try to cope with their private grief and the community’s adulation of their dads, as well as a public backlash.
The Hunchback Assignments. By Arthur Slade. 2009. Random/Wendy Lamb, $15.99 (9780385737845).
Modo, a gifted spy, fighter, and scholar, must draw on all his skills after children in London go missing.
Incarceron. By Catherine Fisher. Dial, $17.99 (9780803733961).
Trapped in the massive prison world of Incarceron, Finn searches for his true identity, while outside, Claudia investigates Incarceron and its warden—her father.
Jump. By Elisa Carbone. Viking, $16.99 (9780670011858).
PK refuses to go to boarding school; Critter busts out of a psych ward. A chance meeting at a rock-climbing wall brings the two teens to Yosemite for an unforgettable adventure.
*Last Night I Sang to the Monster. By Benjamin Alire Sáenz. 2009. Cinco Puntos, $16.95 (9781933693583).
After weeks in therapy, 18-year-old Zach is still unable to remember the monstrous events that left him alone and haunted by nightmares.
The Last Summer of the Death Warriors. By Francisco X. Stork. Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine, $17.99 (9780545151337).
Seventeen-year-old Pancho grapples with the mysterious death of his sister while accompanying his unlikely new friend, DQ, on an epic road trip.
A Little Wanting Song. By Cath Crowley. Knopf, $16.99 (9780375860966).
Charlie and Rose have never been friends and couldn’t be more different, but over a summer, their mutual longing and unhappiness cause them to turn to one another.
Lockdown. By Walter Dean Myers. Amistad, $16.99 (9780061214806).
With a few months remaining on his sentence in a juvenile detention facility, Reese struggles to overcome racism, prejudice, and his volatile personality before he copes with life on the outside. A 2011 Coretta Scott King Author Honor Book and a 2011 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.
The Marbury Lens. By Andrew Smith. Feiwel and Friends, $17.99 (9780312613426).
Jack is living an average 16-year-old’s life until he drinks too much at a party and is kidnapped by a pedophile. After he escapes, he finds that his world is still dramatically altered.
Matched. By Ally Condie. Dutton, $17.99 (9780525423645).
Cassia thinks that everything is perfect after the Society that plans all aspects of life matches her with Xander. Then appealing Ky appears, and everything changes. A 2011 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.
The Maze Runner. By James Dashner. 2009. Delacorte, $16.99 (9780385737944).
Thomas wakes with amnesia in the Glade, where he and a community of boys are trapped by monsters in an ever-changing maze. A 2011 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.
Mindblind. By Jennifer Roy. Marshall Cavendish, $15.99 (9780761457169).
Nathaniel, 14, a high-functioning “Aspie” who can solve mathematical problems that elude graduate students, struggles with social interactions and gaining his father’s acceptance.
Mockingbird. By Kathryn Erskine. Philomel, $15.99 (9780399252648).
Ten-year-old Caitlin, who has autism, has to learn to live with grief after her brother, Devon, dies. A 2011 Notable Children’s Book.
The Mockingbirds. By Daisy Whitney. Little, Brown, $16.99 (9780316090537).
After Alex is date-raped at her boarding school, she turns to a secret society of students, the Mockingbirds, to find the justice her school administration cannot provide.
No and Me. By Delphine de Vigan. Bloomsbury, $16.99 (9781599904795).
When Lou, a brilliant, lonely, and compassionate 13-year-old Parisian, befriends a homeless 18-year-old, she is determined to save her.
Not That Kind of Girl. By Siobhan Vivian. Scholastic/Push, $17.99 (9780545169158).
Natalie, honor-roll regular and president of the student council, finds herself rethinking her choices and priorities after a free-spirited new girl arrives at school.
Nothing. By Janne Teller. Tr. by Martin Aitken. Atheneum, $16.99 (9781416985792).
After Pierre Anton declares that “nothing matters,” his classmates try to prove him wrong by assembling a pile of meaning and sacrificing what matters to them most. A 2011 Printz Honor Book, a 2011 Notable Children’s Book, a 2011 Mildred L. Batchelder Honor Book, and a 2011 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.
Numbers. By Rachel Ward. Scholastic/Chicken House, $17.99 (9780545142991).
British 15-year-old Jem is on the run with her sometime-boyfriend Spider after complications arise from her undesired ability to foresee the date when people will die.
Once. By Morris Gleitzman. Holt, $16.99 (9780805090260).
Felix, a naive Jewish boy in a Catholic orphanage, runs away to find his parents in Nazi-occupied Poland.
Ostrich Boys. By Keith Gray. Random, $17.99 (9780375858437).
After their best friend, Ross, is killed in an accident, Kenny, Sim, and Blake take off to Scotland to give their dead friend a proper funeral.
Plain Kate. By Erin Bow. Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine, $17.99 (9780545166645).
After her father’s death, Plain Kate is left with nothing but her carving tools and her cat. Alone, she is vulnerable to both witches and those who suspect she is one, too.
Please Ignore Vera Dietz. By A. S. King. Knopf, $16.99 (9780375965869).
Vera Dietz just wants to be left alone as she goes to school and works full time as a pizza delivery “technician,” but the ghost of her dead best friend continues to haunt her. A 2011 Printz Honor Book.
The Prince of Mist. By Carlos Ruiz Zafón. Little, Brown, $17.99 (9780316044776).
Siblings Roland and Max and their friend Alicia find themselves fighting the nefarious Prince of Mist, who has returned to collect payment on a debt.
Princess of Glass. By Jessica Day George. Bloomsbury, $16.99 (9781599904788).
Poppy, one of 12 dancing princesses, recounts the mysterious events that follow the arrival of a new girl, who wears glass slippers to balls.
The Private Thoughts of Amelia E. Rye. By Bonnie Shimko. Farrar, $16.99 (9780374361310).
Growing up in the 1960s, Amelia finds her one true friend and discovers the courage to stand up to the town bullies, local bigots, and her train wreck of a family.
Raiders’ Ransom. By Emily Diamand. 2009. Scholastic/Chicken House, $17.99 (9780545142977).
When pirate raiders kidnap the prime minister’s daughter, 13-year-old Lilly sets out on a rescue mission, carrying a mysterious talking jewel as ransom.
Real Live Boyfriends. By E. Lockhart. Delacorte, $16.99 (9780385734288).
In her senior year of high school, Ruby Oliver tries to figure out once and for all whether or not Noel is her real live boyfriend.
Reckless. By Cornelia Funke. Little, Brown, $19.99 (9780316056090).
Jacob Reckless knows how to survive the brutal fantasy world behind the mirror, but when his more naive brother follows, Jacob must move quickly to save him.
The Red Umbrella. By Christina Diaz Gonzalez. Knopf, $16.99 (9780375861901).
In 1961, Lucía and her brother live an idyllic life in Cuba until the Revolution breaks out, and they are sent to live with strangers in Nebraska until their parents can join them.
The Replacement. By Brenna Yovanoff. Penguin/Razorbill, $17.99 (9781595143372).
In a town where changelings frequently appear in babies’ cribs, 16-year-old Mackie must face his true identity after the latest child is stolen and a monstrous replacement is left behind.
*Revolution. By Jennifer Donnelly. Delacorte, $18.99 (9780385737630).
Haunted by the death of her brother, Andi and her estranged father travel to Paris, where an encounter with a mysterious diary draws her into a mind-bending adventure and starts to pull her out of her grief.
*Revolver. By Marcus Sedgwick. Roaring Brook, $16.99 (9781596435926).
Sig has just discovered his father’s body when a lawless man, from whom his father had escaped, appears out of the icy wilderness. A 2011 Printz Honor Book.
Riding Invisible: An Adventure Journal. By Sandra Alonzo. Illus. by Nathan Huang. Hyperion, $15.99 (9781423118985).
Yancy, whose life has been torn apart by his older brother Will’s conduct disorder, runs away after Will threatens Yancy’s horse. Along the way, he records his thoughts and feelings in his Adventure Journal.
Rot & Ruin. By Jonathan Maberry. Simon & Schuster, $17.99 (9781442402324).
In a zombified world, brothers Benny and Tom Imura don’t get along until a trip into the Ruin helps Benny understand his brother better.
Scrawl. By Mark Shulman. Roaring Brook/Neal Porter, $16.99 (9781596434172).
While serving time in detention, eighth-grade bully Tod journals his thoughts and experiences, which expose his bleak, private agonies. A 2011 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.
Shakespeare Makes the Playoffs. By Ron Koertge. Candlewick, $15.99 (9780763644352).
Fourteen-year-old Kevin Boland’s biggest problem isn’t the upcoming baseball playoffs: it’s how to date one girl while e-mailing poems to another.
*Ship Breaker. By Paolo Bacigalupi. Little, Brown, $17.99 (9780316056212).
On an environmentally ravaged coast, Nailer makes a meager living as a light crew scavenger tearing up old hulks of ships. Then a rich girl and her gleaming ship run ashore during a storm, and his already perilous life becomes even more dangerous. The 2011 Printz Award winner and a 2011 Notable Children’s Book.
The Sky Is Everywhere. By Jandy Nelson. Dial, $17.99 (9780803734951).
When Lennie’s beloved big sister suddenly dies, she gets help pushing past her grief from two very different boys.
A Small Free Kiss in the Dark. By Glenda Millard. Holiday, $16.95 (9780823422647).
During a sudden war, runaway Skip struggles to survive in an abandoned amusement park with an older homeless man, a young orphan, a teenage ballerina, and a newborn.
Some Girls Are. By Courtney Summers. St. Martin’s/Griffin, paper, $9.99 (9780312573805).
Regina used to be a member of the Fearless Five, but now her friends are freezing her out, and she must find acceptance among the peers she used to terrorize. A 2011 Top 10 Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers.
Somebody Everybody Listens To. By Suzanne Supplee. Dutton, $16.99 (9780525422426).
Retta Lee’s dreams of making it big as a country singer have a chance of coming true if she can survive life on her own in Nashville.
Sorta like a Rock Star. By Matthew Quick. Little, Brown, $16.99 (9780316043526).
Despite the fact that she lives in a school bus, Amber Appleton is the biggest optimist you’ll ever meet. But then one tragic event makes her question everything.
Sources of Light. By Margaret McMullan. Houghton, $16 (9780547076591).
In 1962, after her father’s death in Vietnam, 14-year-old Sam and her mother move to Jackson, Mississippi, where they encounter the prejudice and violence of the segregationist South.
Split. By Swati Avasthi. Knopf, $16.99 (9780375863400).
When Jace, 16, fights back against his abusive father, he is thrown out of the house. After finding his older brother, the two siblings embark on a journey toward healing.
Star Crossed. By Elizabeth Bunce. Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine, $17.99 (9780545136051).
In a country where magic has been forbidden, Digger, a teenage thief, escapes the city and finds a home in a remote castle, where she becomes embroiled in dangerous political intrigue.
Stolen. By Lucy Christopher. Scholastic/Chicken House, $17.99 (9780545170932).
Gemma, 16, describes her experience of being kidnapped and held prisoner in the Australian outback in a novel-length letter that reveals the complexity of her feelings for both her captor and the land. A 2011 Printz Honor Book.
The 10 P.M. Question. By Kate De Goldi. Candlewick, $15.99 (9780763649395).
After a free-spirited new girl arrives at his school, Frankie begins to question the way he looks at both his family and life in general.
*The Things a Brother Knows. By Dana Reinhardt. Random/Wendy Lamb, $16.99 (9780375844553).
Boaz is back from war and hailed as a hometown hero, but he is not at all the same. Can his younger brother, Levi, help him truly make his way home?
Three Rivers Rising: A Novel of the Johnstown Flood. By Jame Richards. Knopf, $16.99 (9780375858857).
Told in verse, Richards’ story revolves around several people whose lives touch before and after the failure of an earthen dam above Johnstown, Pennsylvania, in 1889.
Toads and Diamonds. By Heather Tomlinson. Holt, $16.99 (9780805089684).
In a Perrault fairy tale reset in precolonial India, two impoverished stepsisters encounter a goddess whose gifts both bless and curse.
*Trash. By Andy Mulligan. Random/David Fickling, $16.99 (9780385752145).
Three garbage-picker boys find an item of great value to a corrupt politician on their rounds, setting off a tense hunt to see who will triumph.
Warriors in the Crossfire. By Nancy Bo Flood. Boyds Mills, $17.95 (9781590786611).
In 1944, the Japanese and Americans fight a bloody battle for the island of Saipan, where 12-year-old Joseph must decide whom to trust as he tries to save his family.
The Water Seeker. By Kimberly Willis Holt. Holt, $16.99 (9780805080209).
Amos Kincaid comes from a family of men who can find water underground. This gift aids him and his family as they join other settlers traveling west on the Oregon Trail.
When I Was Joe. By Keren David. Frances Lincoln, $16.95 (9781847801319).
After 14-year-old Ty is named as a witness in another teen’s murder case, speaking the truth brings costs for both him and his family.
White Cat. By Holly Black. Simon & Schuster, $17.99 (9781416963967).
Cassel, who comes from a family of curse workers, begins to suspect that his brothers have cursed him to further their own quest for power.
Will. By Maria Boyd. Knopf, $16.99 (9780375862090).
Will is outraged when he is placed in his school’s musical as punishment for his latest prank. His teachers hope to develop his “leadership potential,” but Will only wants to save his social status.
Will Grayson, Will Grayson. By John Green and David Levithan. Dutton, $17.99 (9780525421580).
After two very different teenagers named Will Grayson meet by chance in Chicago, their worlds begin to overlap in unexpected ways. A 2011 Stonewall Children’s and Young Adult Literature Honor Book and a 2011 Top 10 Rainbow Project Book.
Woods Runner. By Gary Paulsen. Random/Wendy Lamb, $15.99 (9780385738842).
After 13-year-old Samuel returns home in 1776 to find his settlement burned and most of the settlers murdered, he pursues the remaining survivors and their captors.
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