The Washington Post – 2012-06-20
Even in the best of circumstances, being a teenager can make you feel as if you’ve landed in a science-fiction novel, or several of them at once: Your high school is a post-apocalyptic dystopia, while your body has been taken over by some otherworldly organism. And your parents? Once you hit junior high, they show their true faces as alien overlords, dropped onto Earth to make your life miserable.
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The Bookseller – 2011-03-03
Written By: Graeme Neill Publication Date: Thu, 03/03/2011 - 07:34 Almost half of teenagers have read a book on a computer, according to a new survey to mark World Book Day. As hundreds of events...
Guardian – 2011-01-24
Teen magazine Sugar closes but Bauer prepares to publish Gaz7ettaIt was a bitter start to the year for the staff of Sugar, the 17-year-old teen magazine which was axed last week after its owner said...
Editor & Publisher – 2012-05-01
What connects teenagers and newspapers? For years, that has been quite a difficult question. It is uncommon to find teenagers reading the newspaper, as most would rather read comic books or do...
BBC – 2013-03-07
Teenagers are selecting "easier reads" in their book choices, rather than more challenging classics, according to a survey published for World Book Day.
BBC – 2013-11-07
Do teenagers still read the same rite of passage books?
The Christian Science Monitor – 2013-11-08
Books by authors like J.D. Salinger and Aldous Huxley are so highly thought of by teenagers that those who are reading them will display them prominently in backpacks or pockets.
The Huffington Post – 2014-03-18
We'll be the first to admit that being a teenager is pretty rough. Acne, battling with hormones, battling with frenemies, battling with parents, thinking you're right about everything only to be told...
The Guardian – 2014-03-24
This study of teenagers' social networking habits shows that's it's not technology they are 'addicted' to – it's friendship groupsForget the revelations about the NSA: one group in society has been...
Publishers Weekly – 2014-09-17
Rob Davis's new graphic novel 'The Motherless Oven' presents a strange world where no one knows their birthday but everyone knows their deathday, and household appliances have souls.
The Guardian – 2014-11-14
Publication, aTEEN, is brainchild of former OK! editor Christian Guiltenane and will feature a coming out diary by Charlie King Continue reading...
Publishing Perspectives – 2014-12-16
The children's book market has grown 44% in the last decade. Why? Because, as Nielsen's Children's Book Summit detailed, kids and teens still read — a lot. The post Forget Your Preconceptions About...
The Guardian – 2015-07-01
Lots has changed since Rae Earl wrote her personal diary in the 1980s, which she later converted into the bestselling book My Mad Fat Diary, but the basic pains of transition from teenager to grownup...