Wordless Wednesday: The United States of YA Posted on July 23, 2014 by Alison Doherty in Wordless Wednesdays See the complete list of books here. How many states have you read? Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Alison Doherty View all posts by Alison Doherty
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Wow I really don’t read much YA! I haven’t read any of these. I love the map idea. I’ll have to look and see if there’s something like this for other genres!
I (obviously) read a ton of YA and I still haven’t read most of these books. I do like the map idea though. I think it’s a really fun project for any genre. Especially since so many books take place in the same places: mostly New York City or California.
I have visited many more states than I have read the YA book about – in fact I will have to start with the three states I have lived in Oklahoma, California and Maryland.
I was thinking this was true for me too. Although if you made your own map from books you’ve read you might have more states than you think!
I love this! I gave a version of this to some of my honors students as a summer reading challenge a few years ago. So much fun!!!