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  2. List of books written by children or teenagers - Wikipedia

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    Other books written by her as a teenager are: The Lampo Circus (2008), Von Gobstopper's Arcade (2009), Halo (2010) and Hades (2011). Margery Allingham (1904–1966) had her first novel, Blackkerchief Dick, about smugglers in 17th century Essex, published in 1923, when she was 19. Jorge Amado (1912–2001) had his debut novel, The Country of ...

  3. Sweet Dreams (novel series) - Wikipedia

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    No Strings Attached - Eileen Hehl First, Last, and Always - Barbara P. Conklin Dancing in The Dark - Carolyn Ross Love Is In The Air - Diana Gregory One Boy Too Many - Janet Quin-Harkin Follow That Boy - Marian Caudell Wrong for Each Other - Deborah Spector Hearts Don't Lie - Terri Fields Cross My Heart - Diana Gregory

  4. List of teen dramas - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of teen dramas, which are dramatic television series with a major focus on teenage characters. Some shows on this list are also comedy-dramas . Contents

  5. Teen humor comics - Wikipedia

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    Written and drawn by George Storm, Buzzy Brown was a scrawny, jalopy-driving, suit and tie-wearing kid suggesting Harold Teen of the 1920s. His girlfriend Susie loved his trumpet-playing but her father hated it and tried to keep Buzzy out of the house. Buzzy remained in publication until 1958.

  6. List of Teen Titans comics - Wikipedia

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    Teen Titans vol. 2, #1–24 (August 1996 – July 1998) Teen Titans Annual vol. 2, #1 (1997) The Titans #1–50 (January 1999 – February 2003) The Titans Annual #1 (2000) Teen Titans vol. 3, #1–100 (July 2003 – August 2011)

  7. Young adult fiction - Wikipedia

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    Young adult fiction ( YA) is a category of fiction written for readers from 11 to 18 years of age. [1] [2] While the genre is targeted at adolescents, approximately half of YA readers are adults. [3] The subject matter and genres of YA correlate with the age and experience of the protagonist. The genres available in YA are expansive and include ...

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