Young Adult series...
sodgers at hotnet.net.au
Mon Mar 20 07:35:58 EST 2000
> But what's this about "young adult"? When I first encountered the term,
> it to mean ages 16-21 or so, but it already seemed to be moving down into
> general teen agegroup. However this is the first time I've heard it used
> pre-teen! (No offence to any 10-13 year olds on the list, of course)
I met that recently, Philip. My book, The Ringmaster, is meant for readers
of 9 or so. The heroine is 11. It was reviewed by a US reviewer as a "Young
Adult" title. I think some people have lost the term "children's book".
Funny thing - some children's books are much more complex that some YA
titles. And where does DWJ sit? I'm inclined to think she's just a
writer... to be enjoyed by anyone with the will to enjoy her.
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