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When the Dating Game Web site they create for a sophomore class project is a smash hit, they become the matchmaking masters of their school and, they hope, their own lives.
This debut book in the Dating Game series gets its title from an online site that a trio of best friends design for a 10th-grade project, trying to prove that "boys think about sex more than girls." As they prepare quizzes and play matchmaker for themselves and their peers, each of the three struggles with her own romantic dilemma.
“YALLFest is a fantastic blend of raucous laughter, thoughtful discussions, amazing books, and of course, delicious pie,” Ms. This year, the Middle Grade Storyball is also returning, where middle school kids will have the opportunity to write and publish their own story alongside renowned children’s authors; the popular YA Smackdown where all 61 authors compete in storytelling games for the coveted trophy and the official YALLFest band, Tiger Beat, headlined by author Libba Bray, performs. James Dashner (“The Maze Runner”) – keynote speaker Sara Zarr (“Story of a Girl”) – keynote speaker Sarah Dessen (“The Moon and More”) – closing keynote speaker Ally Condie (“Matched” trilogy) – closing keynote speaker Margaret Stohl and Kami Garcia (“Beautiful Creatures”) Melissa de la Cruz (“Frozen”, “The Ring and the Crown”) Brendan Reichs (“Virals”) Pseudonymous Bosch (“Secret” series) Ann Brashares (“The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” novels) Libba Bray (“The Diviners”) Kiera Cass (“The Selection” trilogy) Becca Fitzpatrick (“Hush, Hush” trilogy) Gayle Forman (“If I Stay”) Marie Lu (“Legend” trilogy) Lauren Oliver (“Delirium” trilogy) Kathy Reichs (“Virals” and television adaptation) Rainbow Rowell (“Eleanor & Park”) Laini Taylor (“Daughter of Smoke and Bone” trilogy) Scott Westerfeld (“Uglies”) Maya Van Wagenen (“Popular”) Rita Williams-Garcia (“One Crazy Summer”, “Like Sisters on the Homefront”) Kwame Alexander (“He Said, She Said”) Jennifer Armentrout (“Don’t Look Back”) Leigh Bardugo (“The Grisha” trilogy) Alexandra Bracken (“The Darkest Minds”, “Never Fade”) Matt de la Pena (“Mexican White Boy”, “We Were Here”) Jim Di Bartolo (“In the Shadows”) Christina Lauren (“Sublime”) Coe Booth (“Kendra”) Susan Ee (“Angelfall”, “World After”) Sarah Fine (“Sanctum”) Adam Gidwitz – (“A Tale Dark and Grimm”) Ryan Graudin (“All That Glows”) Adele Griffin (“The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone”) Nikki Grimes (“Words with Wings”) Lev Grossman (“The Magicians and the Magician King”) Aaron Hartzler (“Rapture Practice”) Michelle Hodkin (“Mara Dyer” series) Ellen Hopkins (“Tilt”, “Smoke”) Varian Johnson (“The Great Greene Heist”) Michael Johnston (“Frozen”) David Levithan (“Every Day”) Alexander London (“Proxy”) E.
YALLFest’s mission is to improve literacy through great YA literature and it is quickly becoming the most highly anticipated annual event for booklovers of all ages. Lockhart (“We Were Liars”) DJ Mac Hale (“Sylo”) Sarah J Maas (“Throne of Glass” series) Barnabas Miller (“Watching Alice” series) Sarah Mylnowski (“Gimmie a Call “) Lauren Myracle (“Internet Girls” series) Danielle Paige (“Dorothy Must Die”) Stephanie Perkins (“Anna and the French Kiss”) Morgan Rhodes (“Falling Kingdoms” series) Carrie Ryan & John Parker Davis (“The Map to Everywhere”) Kieran Scott (“He’s So/She’s So” series) Jennifer E.
Yet the girls' struggles come across as authentic, and the writing can be both funny and honest (especially Holly's painful experience with "the double standard, how it was good for boys to have a wild rep and bad for girls").