Looking for new Young Adult reads? These titles spring to mind! (plus a special giveaway!)

Are you ready for more of Scholastic’s Spring 2017 Online Preview? Over the past few weeks, we’ve showcased some of our upcoming Picture Books and Middle Grade titles, and now it’s time our next installment: Young Adult books!

Scholastic’s I read YA community is dedicated to bringing high-quality titles to readers with a passion for young adult novels. In the YA section of the Online Preview, we’re delighted to present a bevy of new YA books for all types of readers. From our Sci-Fi/Fantasy collection, to heart-pumping historical fiction, to remarkable contemporary reads, and beyond, everyone can find a book to love. And when you spot the book that’s right for you—it could be yours for FREE! Stay tuned to the end of this post to learn more about our special giveaway.

To see every book that’s featured in the Online Preview, click here. Or, you check out the individual YA videos below:

Before you go—enter to win!

GIVEAWAY! We are giving 10 readers the chance to win a selection of 5 Advanced Copies of the books featured throughout the Preview. To enter here, leave a comment below telling us which book here you are most interested in reading. One entry per person. All entries must be submitted by 5pm ET on Friday, December 2, 2016. U.S. residents, 18 and over, please. See the complete legal rules here.


- C. M. Reedy, Library & Educational Marketing


I'm most interested in reading Frogkisser!

Frogkisser seems like the most interesting to read out of the entire group

Night Witches, because I love reading about BAMF women!

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frogkisser looks interesting, my granddaughter would love this whole selection of books

Frogkisser sounds fun, but the lines we cross looks good too ...

I would love to read all of them, but Overturned looks especially interesting!

I love the variety of diverse stories here! I can't wait for Almosf Autumn!

Overturned sounds like a great read.

I'm most excited to read Horizon. #onlinepreview

I can not wait to read for Frogkisser! by Garth Nix.

I am most interested in Frogkisser by Garth Nix.

Frogkisser looks like an amazing read!

So many sound good, but I'm going with Lifers! Kids being held prisoner in between dimensions sounds interesting!

I am most interested in reading The Lines We Cross. I like books that challenge us to look beyond our own walls of safety and ignorance or mistrust of others who do not believe as we do.

Into the Hurricane and Lines we Cross sound like amazing reads. I think my students will really go for these!

just another girl! I love love triangles and I can't wait to see what Parker's story is!

I think Frogkisser sounds the most interesting. Already it makes me wonder what it is about.

I can't wait to read Night Witches. Love those strong girl YAs.

Into the Hurricane

I am entering for my daughter. I believe she would most like Worthy, but would be happy with any book. She loves to read!

Thank you for the giveaway! The Lines we Cross looks like a good one! <3 Good luck everyone


I would be most interested in reading Into the Hurricane, they all sound pretty interesting though

I'm interested in Into the hurricane

I can't wait to read Night Witches!

Can't wait to read Night Witches! #onlinepreview

Many books to choose from that sound good, The Rooster Who Would Not Be Quiet sounds like a fun book for one of my grandchildren. LB

FROGKISSER really appeals to me!

I really like frogkisser looks interesting.

The Lines We Cross sounds like a good read that will let the reader see the common humanity existing across cultural boundaries!

Would love to read "Just another girl".

I am most interested in reading The Lines We Cross by Randa Abdel-Fattah. I look forward to this book because its themes seem to speak directly to our times.

Lines We Cross looks interesting.

I am excited about so many of these! I think I'm most looking forward to The Lines We Cross and Wild Lily!

I want to read Nightwitches!

I am most interested in Just Another Girl. This actually seems most fitting in my classroom library.

I cannot wait to read the sci-fi and novels based on real adventures. These sound amazing!

the lines we cross

Night Witches, please!

I would like to read them all!! But, I am most looking forward to Into the Hurricane.

Wow! They ALL sound amazing! It was hard to choose just one to be most interested in. I would say my top choice for my class would be The Lines We Cross. I can't wait to read and discuss challenging racism, making our own choices even if different than those closest to us, and creating a better world for all of us! I can't wait to get started! Wow!

Wow! They all look good, but I think I want to read The Lines We Cross first.

The Lines We Cross

Oh man, a lot of these books seem great!! However, I think I'm most interested in reading Overturned. Nikki sounds like a great protagonist and I'd love to learn more about her. The plot is very intense and I love mysteries, so the book seems like a fast-paced adventure!

I'm most interested in Just Another Girl :)

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I am looking forward to Frogkisser and Just Another Girl!