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Suicide in Young Adult Lit

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Alyssa Condon

on 11 January 2013

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Transcript of Suicide in Young Adult Lit

Suicide in YA Lit Interesting
Relevant Elements of Suicide in YA Lit Why Suicide? Makes a difficult topic easy to read about Top Suicide YA Lit Books Burn Journals
by Brent Runyon Hold Still
By Nina LaCour Additional
Information "Problem novel" It will always be popular because it will always be an issue. Books
I read Thirteen Reasons Why
By Jay Asher Hannah Baker commits suicide and leaves tapes she recorded for thirteen people she blames for making her life
miserable. Hold Still
by Nina LaCour After her best friend commits suicide, Caitlin must come to terms with life without her. Thirteen Reasons Why
by Jay Asher Saving June
by Hannah Harrington It's Kind of a Funny Story
by Ned Vizzini Usually, after one character commits suicide, the story follows a friend/relative as they try to cope. By the Time You Read This, I'll
be Dead
by Julie Anne Peters
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