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Choice Awards

TEEN GRAPHIC NOVELS & NONFICTION NOMINEES FOR 2021

Graphic Novels

Voting Ended October 15!

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Nominees

The Daughters of Ys
by M.T. Anderson
Ill. by Jo Rioux

Ys, city of wealth and wonder, has a history of dark secrets. Queen Malgven used magic to raise the great walls that keep Ys safe from …

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Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed
by Laurie Halse Anderson
Ill. by Leila del Duca

Princess Diana believes that her 16th birthday will be one of new beginnings–namely acceptance into the warrior tribe of ​…

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Legion of Super-Heroes,
Vol. 1: Millennium 

by Brian Michael Bendis

Welcome to the 31st century! Inspired by the acts of and lessons learned from the greatest heroes of all time, the Legion of Super-Heroes have ​…

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Frankie Comics
by Rachel Dukes

When they discover a kitten asleep in their doorway, real-life artist couple Rachel and Mike immediately fall prey to her charms. Soon, the new queen of ​…

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Teen Titans: Beast Boy
by Kami Garcia
Ill. by Gabriel Picolo

Garfield Logan has spent his entire life being overlooked. Even in a small town like Eden, Georgia, the 17-year-old with green streaks in his hair can’t …

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The Phantom Twin
by Lisa Brown

Isabel and Jane are the Extraordinary Peabody Sisters, conjoined twins in a traveling carnival freak show—until an ambitious surgeon tries …

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Gotham High
by Melissa De la Cruz
Ill. by Thomas Pitilli

After being kicked out of his boarding school, 16-year-old Bruce Wayne returns to Gotham City to find that nothing is as he left it. What once was …

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The Dark Matter of Mona Starr
by Laura Lee Gulledge

Sometimes, the world is too much for Mona Starr. She’s sweet, geeky, and creative, but it’s hard for her to make friends and connect with other people. She’s like ​…

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My Hero Academia,
Vols. 23 (Our Brawl) & 24 (Villain)

by Kohei Horikoshi

What would the world be like if 80 percent of the population manifested superpowers called “Quirks”? Heroes and villains would

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You Will Be Found
by Benj Pasek
and Justin Paul

When Benj Pasek and Justin Paul set out to write a pivotal song for Dear Evan Hansen, a musical they had been working on for years, they knew it

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Samurai 8:
The Tale of Hachimaru, Vols. 1-4

by Masashi Kishimoto;
Ill. by Akira Okubo

Becoming a samurai seems like an impossible dream for Hachimaru, a boy who can’t even survive without the help of his father. But when a …

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Shadow of the Batgirl
by Sara Kuhn

Cassandra Cain is the daughter of super-villains and a living weapon trained from birth to be the ultimate assassin. But that doesn’t mean she has to ​…

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The Magic Fish
by Trung Le Nguyen

Tiến loves his family and his friends…but Tiến has a secret he’s been keeping from them, and it might change everything. An amazing

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Garfield: Garzilla
by Scott Nickel;
Ill. by Antonio Alfaro

A secret science experiment goes awry, unleashing giant pets – iguanas, ferrets, hamsters and birds – upon an unsuspecting city. Can a super-sized

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The Oracle Code
by Marieke Nijkamp

After a gunshot leaves her paralyzed, Barbara Gordon enters the Arkham Center for Independence, where Gotham’s teens undergo physical and …

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Long Way Down
by Jason Reynolds
Ill. by Danica Novgorodoff

Will’s older brother, Shawn, has been shot.
Dead.
Will feels a sadness so great, he can’t …

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Banned Book Club
by Kim Hyun Sook & Ryan Estrada;
Ill. by Ko Hyung-Ju

When Kim Hyun Sook started college in 1983 she was ready for her world to open up. After acing her exams and sort-of ​…

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Dragon Hoops
by Gene Luen Young

Gene doesn’t get sports. As a kid, his friends called him “Stick” and every basketball game he played ended in pain. He lost interest in basketball long ago, but …

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Nonfiction

Voting Ended October 15!

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Nominees

The Rise and Fall of Charles Lindbergh
by Candace Flemming

First human to cross the Atlantic via airplane; one of the first American media sensations; Nazi sympathizer and anti-Semite; loner …

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Wear, Repair, Repurpose
by Lily Fulop

Repair your favorite socks with style, add flair with personalized patches, and turn ripped jeans into an embroidered masterpiece. For beginner and …

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How to Adult
by Jamie Goldstein

You might be an adult now, but sometimes you want a little help figuring the whole thing out. How to Adult, A Practical Guide provides you with …

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Body Talk
edited by Kelly Jensen

We all experience the world in a body, but we don’t usually take the time to explore what it really means to have and live within one. Just as every person has …

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Atomic Women
by Roseanne Montillo

Meet the World War II female scientists who worked in the secret sites of the Manhattan Project. Recruited not only from labs and universities from across the …

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The How-To Cookbook for Teens
by Julee Morrison

Fire up your curiosity to try new foods and impress your family and friends. The How-To Cookbook for Teens will help you learn the …

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The Complete Cookbook for Teens
by Julee Morrison

From doing laundry to parallel parking, growing up requires teenagers to learn some very important life skills—none more important than …

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Live
by Sadie Robertson

There’s a big difference between being alive and knowing how to truly live.To be alive is something that happens to you. But to …

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Makeup is Not (Just) Magic
by Ikumi Rotta

For anyone intimidated by the world of makeup, you’re in luck–a former beauty consultant turned comic artist is here to walk you through …

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The Cat I Never Named
by Amra Sabic-El-Rayess

Amra was a teen in Bihac, Bosnia, when her friend said they couldn’t speak anymore because Amra was Muslim. Then refugees from other cities started …

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Courageous Creativity
by Sara Zarr

Being creative takes courage. It can be scary to create something. Before you can even work on your craft, you have to face down the fear of …

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Guinness World Records 2021

This year, we’re devoting a chapter to the history of exploration, starting with the story of the very first circumnavigation, along with …

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