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A.S. King brings her deft touch to Middle Grade in a story about a young boy and the incredible creature that he befriends.
A teenage artist realizes the harrowing truth about the deeply ingrained violence in her family, with the help of younger and older versions of herself.
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FYA reveals their most anticipated YA standalone and series starter releases for 2016.
YA superstar A.S. King dishes on her latest novel, I Crawl Through It, and dishes some realness on how society treats teens nowadays.
A.S. King makes a bold entrance into surrealist fiction with an invisible helicopter and a walking digestive system.
#FYAatBEA 2015 was a bookish dream vacation.
FYA reveals their most anticipated YA standalone and series starter releases for 2015.
A.S. King's latest novel is a striking portrait of burgeoning feminism set against a future entirely devoid of it.
In which we take a journey to YA Heaven.
A.S. King stops by FYA to talk about her latest novel, Glory O'Brien's History of the Future -- and to invite y'all to celebrate the badasses in your lives!
Get the dish on our most highly anticipated October releases.
In which FYA picks their favorite titles of the past year!
Mandy W. reviews Reality Boy by A.S. King, a book that she likes very much when it gets angry.
Get the scoop on A.S. King's latest book Reality Boy from the badass author herself!
Meet our #1 literary crushes of the year.
Now that her latest novel, Ask The Passengers has hit bookstores, A. S. King has taken the time answer questions about the book, life, and sending love.
A review of Ask The Passengers, a book Jenny thinks everybody should read before the elections.
An FYA Book Club talks to author A.S. King about her books, chicken farming, and porn.
Forever Young Adult presents their Top Ten YA Books of 2011.
Everybody should read Everybody Sees The Ants by A.S. King.
FYA celebrates its 2nd Birthday!
Part 2 of FYA's escapades at BEA 2011, including the slumber party to end all slumber parties!
Jenny reviews Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King and wants to be the pickle in its Big Mac.
FYA gives mad pants to ALA Youth Media Award winners!
An interview with A.S. King, author of The Dust of 100 Dogs and Please Ignore Vera Dietz.
A book review of The Dust of 100 Dogs by A.S. King, which makes Jenny want to have a baby with a reincarnated pirate.