Monday, August 10, 2015

Tween and Teen Fiction

Tween and Teen fiction readers deserve honest, compelling and engaging stories.

They don't want to be pandered to any more than discerning adult fiction readers.

Tween and Teen fiction readers are a particular breed of readers. They have just enough life experience to know realities of struggle or worry and yet ought to know that life really does offer hope and resolution.

The Green Coat: A Tale from the Dust Bowl Years by Rosemary McDunn is deservedly one of the most popular tween and teen fiction books in homes and classrooms. Available in paperback and kindle, The Green Coat offers a story of hardship and hope in the midst of one of the greatest struggles in American history: the dust bowl. The Green Coat's tale of perseverance is one that readers of all ages enjoy. 

Erin's Ring by Laura Pearl is a two-time winner in te 2015 Catholic Press Awards. A wonderful story of two girls who discover the rich history of their hometown and the way that God weaves himself throughout all circumstances. Another story enjoyed by readers of all ages.

Hiding the Stranger: The Trilogy by Joan L. Kelly happens to be a favorite among tween readers for its intriguing story of suspense. Kelly's work has been hailed as perfect for classroom libraries and has received the Catholic Writ'er s Guild Seal of Approval.

These books are sure to please--and reinforce the virtues and values all parents want instilled in their children. 

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