Tween Time: Pasadena Library Says ‘Yeah!’ to YA Fiction

By Michael Berick

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Young adult authors and fans meet at the Pasadena Central Library Sept. 16. PHOTO BY KATIE FERGUSON

Do you love YA fiction? Well, the folks at the Pasadena Central Library hear ya and will again host a day devoted to Young Adult literature. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 16, Pasadena Love YA brings more than 15 authors to the library for panel discussions, meet-and-greets and book signings. Amerie, Audrey Coulthurst, Cindy Pon, Emily Ziff Griffin, Daniel Sweren-Becker, Aditi Khorana, Jeff Garvin and E. Katherine Kottaras are among the writers scheduled to appear. Get there early because the first 200 attendees get a free tote bag. You might want to stay late, too, for the 3:45 p.m. Book Blitz, where you can win a free book. There will also be giveaways throughout the day. No tickets are needed for this free event; get updated details at www.pasadenateenbookfestival.com.

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