Book Lists & Readers’ Advisory Resources

Looking for something to read? Here are some pretty fabulous resources:

Award Winners & Best of Lists

Morris Award Finalists (debut YA authors)
YALSA’s Best of the Best Top Ten lists (from six different lists)
Texas Library Association TAYSHAS list (best YA books 2016 list)
Texas Library Association Maverick list (best YA graphic novels 2016 list)
National Book Award Lists (excellence in YA poetry, fiction and non-fiction)
Publishers Weekly Best YA Books of 2015
School Library Journal YA Best Books of 2015
Goodreads Best YA Fiction (based on readers’ votes)
Goodreads Best YA Fantasy and Science Fiction (based on readers’ votes)
The Telegraph’s Best YA Books of 2015
Amazon’s Best Books of the Year (So Far 2015)

Other resources:

Good Reads lets you keep track of what you are reading, titles you want to read and connects you with other readers. Good Reads also has many lists by genre and interest level.
FlamingNet’s mission is to promote reading and writing among young adults.
Let the Bookseer help you choose your next book.
No Flying No Tights is a graphic novel and manga review site.

Series Websites: Keep track of the order, see what’s coming. . .

Mid-Continent Public Library has a great resource organized by Series Title, Subject, Book Title or Author.
Kids Book Series: has many teens series as well as those beloved children’s series.
Young Adult Books in Series and Sequels: The original creators have stopped updating this site but it still is a good resource.