We've listed some places you can source YA book titles.
The Sapling — a New Zealand website “all about children’s books … because books grow humans.”
Teen Blog — Wellington Public Library’s round up of books, reading and links.
Hooked on New Zealand Books— a website for young adult (YA) readers, with reviews and information about reviewing and New Zealand books.
A Mighty Girl — has a wonderful selection of books for 'Smart, Confident' girls.
Best books for kids and teens — the Canadian Children's Book Centre is an online resource that highlights selected Canadian books, magazines, audio and video.
Best fiction for young adults — from Young Adults Library Services (YALSA).
Book Trust — provides lists of recommended YA books. It also offers a list of books to help understand mental health issues and interviews with YA authors.
Cooperative Children's Book Center — (CCBC). the School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison’s 'unique and vital gathering place for books, ideas, and expertise in the field of children's and young adult literature.’
Epic Reads — has a fabulous Retellings Chart , which includes "162 Young Adult Books That are Retellings or Re-imaginings of Popular Classic Literature, Myths, Fairy Tales and Shakespearean Plays" and a poster for your library.
Gnooks — Gnod is “kind of a search engine for literature you don't know about”.
Goodreads — Hugely popular social network with peer written reviews, recommendations and discussions.
Good Reading — an Australian website with sections for libraries and kids or all ages.
The Hub —The Young Adult Library Services Association’s teen collections blog.
Inside a dog — an Australian website for teenagers with book reviews, news, discussions and a writer-in-residence blog.
National Library catalogue — use keywords such as Supernatural to search for more fiction in our catalogue.
Read Brightly — Random/Penguin site with information and book suggestions for a range of age groups including teens.
Reading Rants — a blog set up to review out of the ordinary books for teens.
Reading Teen blog — reviews on books, suggestions and discussion
Parental book reviews — YA book reviews by a group of parents.
Scottish Book Trust — along with reading and writing resources it has some inspired issue-based lists such as books for reluctant readers, fiction for young feminists and books about prejudice.
Spine Out — Australian online magazine for Young Adults created by the Good Reading team.
Teen Books — the UK Guardian's book site for children with reviews, book lists, authors' podcasts and more.
Teenreads — features reviews, reading lists, a blog and interviews with authors.
Teen Services 101 — selected articles and resources from the School Library Journal with tips and ideas for engaging teens with reading.
TeenRead.com — US based site with reviews, features, suggested reading and competitions.