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  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Award year: 2000
  • Ender's Shadow

    An urchin is picked off the street by a nun and sent to war school to become a brilliant space-war strategist. An accomplished storyteller, Card weaves the everyday experiences of adolescence into broader narratives, addressing universal questions about humanity and society.
  • Skellig

    A boy discovers a fragile, mysterious winged being sheltered in his garage in Skellig, edited by Lawrence David, and tries to help coping with anxiety and grief about his baby sister's critical illness.
  • Stardust

    Many teens will already know Gaiman from his Sandman graphic novels and Neverwhere (1997). In this book, which makes fantasy accessible to a wide audience, 17-year-old Tristran Thorn pledges to fetch for his beloved a star that has fallen on the far side of the wall that marks the edge of the village where he lives. His quest takes him into the land of Fairie, where nothing along the way is really what it seems. Fantasy fans will see in this the work of many of their favorite writers; teens new to the genre will have a fine first reading experience; all will be charmed by the warmth and creativity of Gaiman's wonderful combination of comedy, romance, and energetic adventure.