Hopeful Books to Engage Your Students -- The Long List
In Wednesday's episode, we're discussing books we think would make great recommendations for the students and young people in our lives. These books, including works by some of our favorite authors such as Jason Reynolds, John Green, R. J. Palacio, and Nicola Yoon, would be great books for students to read on their own during this difficult time in our world. Some of these books are middle grade whereas others are solidly YA literature, but they are all excellent books with hopeful messages. What are you reading and recommending? Let us know here or on social media, and be sure to check out our episode!
Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera’s What If It’s Us
Kelly Barnhill’s The Girl Who Drank the Moon
Cece Bell’s El Deafo
John Green’s Turtles All the Way Down
Victoria Jamieson’s Roller Girl
R. J. Palacio’s Wonder
Angie Thomas’s On the Come Up
David Yoon’s Frankly in Love
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