A Wrinkle in Time: The Graphic Novel
adapted by Hope Larson
I love that this graphic novel exists! So many students are introduced to a great book they might never pick up otherwise. I always lead them to the original novel when they turn the graphic novel in.
Thirteen Reasons Why
by Jay Asher
Netflix is to thank for bringing this book back into high circulation. There's definitely been some controversy over the series' treatment of the novel, but students are clamoring for it.
by Alan Gratz
Gratz is wildly popular with our middle schoolers, especially after I did a WWII-themed book talk with one of my classes in February.
Carve the Mark
by Veronica Roth
I just grabbed this one off our book fair in March and it's already moving! Not surprising considering the popularity of the Divergent series.
Series of Unfortunate Events
by Lemony Snicket
Once again, Netflix has come into play and reawakened the love of an "older" book! Series of Unfortunate Events also almost won our March Book Madness school wide tournament in March. I love seeing this series fly off the shelves again thanks to Netflix's new adaptation.