Browsing: books for teens
Catholic author Carmela A. Martino shares an excerpt from her YA novel, “Playing by Heart,” which won the Catholic Arts and Letters Award this month.
Leslea Wahl reviews “8 Notes to a Nobody,” the first in Cynthia T. Toney’s four-part series for teen readers.
Leslea Wahl reviews “The Gate,” an award-winning novel for teen readers.
Theresa Linden’s fiction centers on teens and spirituality. Enter to win a copy of her upcoming release, “Standing Strong.”
Move over, Katniss Everdeen: there’s a new leading lady in town. Barb Szyszkiewicz reviews Karen Ullo’s new novel, “Cinder Allia.”
Catholic writer Theresa Linden explains how she looked to the past and the future as she wrote the dystopian “Chasing Liberty” series for teen and adult readers.
The title character in Mark Adderley’s series for teens has been described as “Indiana Jones with a Rosary.” Engineer, adventurer, big-game hunter, defeater of nefarious villains . . . and of course husband and father.
Christine Johnson recommends Catholic Teen Books, a new website that helps teens, parents and teachers select quality contemporary reading material.
Author T.M. Gaouette shares a peek into the second book in her Faith & Kung Fu series for Catholic teens, “Saving Faith.”
Leslea Wahl never planned on writing books. Find out how she became an author of Catholic novels for teens.
One challenge in working with youth and young adults is seeking new ways to invite young people to enter more deeply into a life of faith or perhaps to take a fresh look at Christianity. That is why Kristelle Agnelli wrote “Agnes’ Gift,” a novel for young-adult readers.