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luv2read29
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AWARD WINNING BOOKS?

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE AWARD WINNING TEEN BOOK?
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luv2read29 wrote:
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE AWARD WINNING TEEN BOOK?

 

Well, if you can call Dune a teen book, then Dune.  I read it and loved it when I was 16, but that was so long ago that I have no idea how teenagers would feel about it today.

 

Jeff