Nominees for the 2013-14 Georgia Peach Book Award for Teen Readers are…

The 20 Nominees for the 2013-14 Georgia Peach Book Awards for Teen Readers (Grades 9 – 12) have been selected! 

Drumroll please . . .

The 2013-14 Georgia Peach Book Award for Teen Readers list is:

Ashfall  by Mike Mullin

Boy 21 by Matthew Quick

Curveball: The Year I Lost My Grip by Jordan Sonnenblick

The Disenchantments by Nina LaCour

Erebos  by Ursula Poznanski

Every Day  by David Levithan

The Fault In Our Stars  by John Green

The Girl of Fire and Thorns  by Rae Carson

The Good Braider  by Terry Farish

Grave Mercy  by R. L. LaFevers

The Hunt  by  Andrew Xia Fukuda

The Language of Flowers  by Vanessa Diffenbaugh

Leverage  by Joshua Cohen

My Book of Life by Angel  by Martine Leavitt

My Life Next Door  by Huntley Fitzpatrick

Never Fall Down  by Patricia McCormick

Pink  by Lili Wilkinson

Raven Boys  by Maggie Stiefvater

UnWholly  by Neal Shusterman


Please remember that voting for the 2012-13 Georgia Peach Book Award continues online through March 15. The winner and 2 honor books will be announced in March at the Kennesaw State University’s Annual Conference on Literature for Children and Young Adults (I will post here the following day).

Also, if you are interested in serving on the Georgia Peach Book Award committee, the online application is now available at

Have a great weekend!

Mary K. Donovan

Media Specialist

Mill Creek High School


About marykdonovan

Media Specialist, Mill Creek High School Chairman of the GA Peach Book Award committee 2012-13

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