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Young adult books are just what they sound like: books aimed at readers in their early to later teens.

And although it used to be a common belief that young adults only read teen magazines and grown-up novels, bookstores are now creating separate sections devoted to material they believe addresses the issues, concerns, and interests of young adults.

It’s not that there were never YA sections in bookstores and libraries. There were. But they were usually mixed right in with the board and picture books — the “baby” books. Now these venues often physically separate out the books and the space to give teens their own hangouts.

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