The paintings of seven-year-old Aelita Andre have sold for tens of thousands of dollars, raising the question of what separates true, precocious genius from mere youthful creativity with hype.
Stories about growth, change, and epiphanies resonate in a different way when you're older.
Several stories in the genre grapple with what it means for young people to take on adult responsibilities
The young-adult novelist discusses her childhood, the Internet, and the enduring appeal of her books
Following the 'Ramona Quimby' author from her childhood home in the country to her adult stomping grounds in Portland
A conversation with the legendary young adult fantasy writer
Malinda Lo and Cindy Pon are trying to show that books for young readers do not have to feature only white, straight characters
A conversation with the satirical fashion bloggers about their new book
The first in a four-part series about the state of the genre—and why it has such a hold on adult readers