This week on the blog, we’re trying something a little different. Instead of talking about what teens want or the books we’re making for them, we’re going to let the youth of the blogosphere speak for themselves. All week, we’re taking a break from all the adult voices and giving a group of young people space on our blog. When we asked the young bloggers for blogs, all we told them is that their blogs had to be something to do with books — not our books, but books or reading in general. Some of these young writers chose to write about our books, and some didn’t, which is great! We hope you love these posts as much as we do.
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