May 02, 2016 · Young adult dystopian novels are especially popular, most likely because the idea of a post-apocalyptic world terrifies us enough that we can't stop reading it. But the problem with this genre is not just that they are very unrealistic, but that they all have the same basic plot line.Author: Amanda Sabin. All YA books deal with "real" problems. As a matter of fact, books about siblings, school, dating, divorce, ect. happen a lot more in life then a books about addicts, suicide, and eating disorders. Don't get me wrong, I get what you mean by "real problems", but I think it should be worded differently.
Apr 15, 2014 · Idiotic Adults, and Other Problems with YA Literature I love Young Adult literature as much as the next person, probably more than most, given my position, but because I spend so much time reading YA, I've come to identify some recurring and troubling problems. The following are, of course, generalities, and the presence of any of these Author: K. B. Hoyle. Jun 15, 2011 · Another problem is that many young adult authors, publishers, and public relations departments have stretched the young adult genre to tweens and teens. This then brings validity to the New York Times Article, because teachers, parents, and libraries are concerned about what books the youth are reading.
May 16, 2014 · I’ve spent a lot of time defending the integrity of young adult novels. Sure, they can be silly, but that doesn’t negate their impact on the thirteen-to-mid-twenties demographic, and they Author: From Our Readers.