Young Adults' Choices for 1999
The 1999 Young Adults' Choices list is the 13th that U.S. teenagers (Grades 7-12) have helped create. This project began in 1986, funded by a special grant given to the International Reading Association (IRA) and supervised by the Association's Literature for Adolescents Committee.
The goals of the project are to encourage young people to read; to make teens, teachers, librarians, and parents aware of new literature for young adults; and to provide middle and secondary school students with an opportunity to voice their opinions about books being written for them.
Steiner, Stan. (1999). "Young Adults' Choices for 1999". Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 43(3), 257-263.
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