Young Adult

We represent a range of fiction for young adult readers, from genre, contemporary, and crossover titles that explore the very real lives of today's readers. From New York Times bestseller Jennifer Niven to Newbery Medal winner Kwame Alexander, we're excited to represent some of the leading voices of today's young adult world and are constantly looking for more fresh, thoughtful, and engaging stories across genres to add to our list.

A Wide Range

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A Wide Range

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Jennifer Niven

Holding Up the Universe

Knopf Books for Young Readers

Everyone thinks they know Libby Strout, but no one seems able to look past her weight. Everyone thinks they know Jack Masselin, too — he's charming, he's cool — but he has a secret: he can't recognize faces. When Libby and Jack meet through a cruel high school game, they form an improbable friendship and start to feel less alone. 

From the author of the New York Times bestseller All the Bright Places comes a heart-wrenching story about what it means to see someone—and love someone—for who they truly are.

Michelle Gagnon

Unearthly Things

Soho Teen

In Unearthly Things, bestselling and award winning author Michelle Gagnon retells Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre against the backdrop of San Francisco's most fabulous—and dangerous—elites. After losing her parents in a tragic accident, surfer girl Janie Mason trades the sunny beaches of Hawaii for the cold fog of San Francisco and new guardians—the Rochesters—she’s never even met. But something isn’t right in the Rochester mansion, and Janie must learn the truth before her new life crumbles around her.

Jeff Strand

Stranger Things Have Happened


You can't always believe what you see in this hilarious coming of age novel from the author of The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever and I Have a Bad Feeling about This. Marcus isn't a famous magician. But when his great-grandfather, the once-legendary Zachary the Stupendous, dies in his sleep after boasting to the world of a forthcoming trick, Marcus must throw together something miraculous to uphold his great-grandfather’s honor.

Carrie Arcos

Crazy Messy Beautiful

Philomel/Penguin Random House

From National Book Award finalist Carrie Arcos comes a fresh take on friendship and happily ever after that Kirkus Reviews calls “a satisfying and unconventional love story [that] explores the various meanings of the word.” Sixteen-year-old aspiring artist Neruda Diaz, named for the greatest love poet of all time, has been in love many times before, but for him finding “the one” hasn’t been easy. But when a school assignment brings him together with Callie, he thinks maybe it’s time for someone to love him back.

H. A. Swain


Feiwel & Friends/Macmillan

From the author of Hungry comes a new world where geniuses and prodigies are no longer born or honed through hard work. Instead, procedures to induce Acquired Savant Abilities (ASAs) are now purchased by the privileged. And Orpheus's father holds the copyright to the ASA procedure. H. A. Swain directs a romance between one destined for greatness thanks to his father’s empire and one meat for greatness simply because of raw talent. Gifted by H.A. Swain is a thriller, love story, and social experiment that readers will find gripping—and terrifying.

Jenny Torres Sanchez

Because of the Sun

Delacorte/Penguin Random House

In what bestselling author Jennifer Niven calls “an absorbing page-turner, equal parts light and dark,” Jenny Torres Sanchez takes readers on an adventure into the parched desert of New Mexico. Exploring the complexity of family, the saving grace of friendship, and the healing that can begin with truth, Sanchez twists mystery and romance into a novel, both eerie and poignant.