Nova Teen Book Festival

If you have a tween or teen book lover at home like I do (and of course, I’m an avowed YA fan myself), you should definitely check out the NoVa TEEN Book Festival, which is scheduled this Saturday, March 11 at Washington-Lee High School (1301 N Stafford Street, Arlington, VA 22201) in conjunction with One More Page Books, Arlington Central Library, Fairfax County Public Library, and Loudoun County Public Library. It’s a free, day-long book festival bringing together authors and readers in celebration of Young Adult literature. Throughout the event, readers young and adult alike will enjoy:

  • Author Panels
  • Q&A Breakout Sessions
  • Book Signings
  • Keynote Speakers
  • Books and more books for sale, as well as Food truck food!

Authors lined up for the 2017 NoVa TEEN Book Festival:

Nina LaCour, We Are Okay, *Keynote Speaker*

Brendan Kiely, The Last True Love Story

Caleb Roehrig, Last Seen Leaving

Ibi Zoboi, American Street

Jaye Robin Brown, Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit

Julie Buxbaum, Tell Me Three Things

Katie McGarry, Long Way Home (Thunder Road #3)

Lesley Livingston, The Valiant

Lindsay Smith, A Darkly Beating Heart

M-E Girard, Girl Mans Up

Mary G. Thompson, Flicker and Mist

Natalie C. Anderson, City of Saints & Thieves

Alwyn Hamilton, Traitor of the Throne  (Rebel of the Sands #2)

Peternelle van Arsdale, The Beast Is an Animal

Rafi Mittlefehldt, It Looks Like This

Renée Ahdieh, The Rose & The Dagger (The Wrath & The Dawn #2)

Tiffany D. Jackson, Allegedly

Wendy Higgins, The Great Pursuit (The Great Hunt #2) 

Will Walton, Anything Could Happen

Zoraida Córdova, Labyrinth Lost

Lisa Maxwell, Unhooked

Robin Talley, Our Own Private Universe

Miranda Kenneally, Defending Taylor

Kristen Lippert-Martin, Incognita: Tabula Rasa #2

Lance Rubin, Denton Little’s Still Not Dead

Martina Boone, Illusion: Heirs of Watson Island #3

Jessica Spotswood, Wild Swans

Jodi Meadows, My Lady Jane

Caroline Tung Richmond, The Darkest Hour