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Highlighting nonfiction for teens is one of my passions. YA nonfiction covers everything topic-wise that adult nonfiction covers. There are memoirs and biographies, histories of events or individuals who changed the course of those historical events, personal essay collections, and more. Some YA nonfiction books are told through the comic format while others are told through scrapbook style formatting, allowing images and documents to pepper the prose. Some are also told in verse. One of the challenges of defining YA nonfiction books, though, comes from age distinctions. Often, nonfiction for young readers is categorized as being for ages 10—
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When you're done, pick up some of the YA novels by Latino authors on this list. Click Here To Buy. Taking place between and , and told through alternating perspectives, Dreams of Significant Girls follows these narrators through family dramas and the complicated questions of emerging womanhood, as Shirin, Ingrid, and Vivien forge a friendship that helps each grow into the woman she's destined to be. But when a boy named Mathias moves to Guernica under dangerous circumstances, he enlists Ani to help him in his covert endeavors. Then the city of Guernica is completely destroyed in a bombing, and Ani realizes just how powerful she really can be.