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Choice Awards

Tween Fiction NOMINEES FOR 2023

Voting has ended for 2023.

Find all the nominees below.


1. Odder
by Katherine Applegate

Meet Odder, the Queen of Play:

Nobody has her moves…

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2. The Flames of Hope
by Tui T. Sutherland

In the last installment of the third arc of the Wings of Fire series, tensions…

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3. Until the End
by Derek Landy

The Faceless Ones have returned to our universe. The bad guys have won.

With the end of everything just days away…

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4. The Last Kids on Earth and the Forbidden Fortress
by Max Brallier

Picking up after Quint and Dirk’s Hero Quest, the Last Kids are happily reunited–but quickly faced with…

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5. Quint and Dirk’s Hero Quest
by Max Brallier

June Del Toro went on a wild flight in a super-rad solo episode; now get ready for the dynamic duo: it’s Quint and Dirk! Picking up after…

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6. The Door of No Return
by Kwame Alexander

11-year-old Kofi Offin dreams of water. Its mysterious, immersive quality. The rich, earthy scent of the current. The clearness, its urgent whisper that beckons with promises and secrets…

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7. Lines of Courage
by Jennifer A. Nielsen

World War I stretches its cruel fingers across Europe, where five young people, each from different backgrounds and nations, face the terror of battle, the deprivations of hunger, and all…

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8. The Tower of Time
by Lincoln Peirce

Everyone’s favorite knight-in-training is back…to back! Max’s twin is public enemy number one, and it’s…

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9. Prince Lander and the Dragon War
by S.D. Smith

Old Natalia, during the declining years of Whitson Mariner and the rise of tyrannical dragons and their master, Namoz Dragonking.

Rabbitkind faces extinction..

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10. Racing Storm Mountain
by Trent Reedy

Kelton Fielding has always felt out of place, never sure what to say to his peers who, truth be told, only tolerate him. When a snowmobile race is announced…

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Other Nominees

Amari and the Great Game
by B.B. Alston

After finding her brother and saving the entire supernatural world, Amari Peters is convinced her first full summer as a Junior Agent will be a breeze.

But between the fearsome new…

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The Ogress and the Orphans
by Kelly Barnhill

Stone-in-the-Glen, once a lovely town, has fallen on hard times. Fires, floods, and other calamities have caused the people to lose their library, their school, their park, and even…

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Consider the Octopus
by Nora Raleigh Baskin and Gae Polisner

When chance, or fate, throws two twelve-year-olds together on board a scientific research ship at the edge of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, it’s not all smooth sailing!

Jeremy “JB” Barnes is looking forward…

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Aru Shah and the Nectar of Immortality
by Roshani Chokshi

The Pandavas only have until the next full moon to stop the Sleeper from gaining access to the nectar of immortality, which will grant him infinite power. But how can Aru, Mini, and Brynne hope to…

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The Stern Chase
by John Flanagan

Outnumbered but determined, the Herons are ready for action. The scene is set for an epic battle at sea…

For years now, the Skandians have been the guardians…

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Tales From the Treehouse
By Andy Griffiths



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The Secrets of the Stormforest
by L.D. Lapinski

Flick and Jonathan have faced countless dangers in their roles as part of the Strangeworlds Society and come out alive on the other side. But what do they really know…

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Map of Flames
by Lisa McMann

Thirteen years ago, eight supernatural criminals fled the city of Estero to make a new life in an isolated tropical hideout. Off the grid, the missing criminals were…

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by Shannon Messenger

Sophie Foster changed the game.

Now she’s facing impossible choices…

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Alien Summer
by James S. Murray and Carsen Smith

It’s the first day of summer vacation, and Viv Harlow just wants to relax with her friends at the beach before they all go to different high schools next year. She is definitely not interested…

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by Gary Paulsen

The story of a young person’s battle to stay alive against the odds, where the high seas meet a coastal wilderness…

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Once Upon Another Time
by James Riley

Five and a half feet might seem pretty tall for a twelve-year-old, but it’s not when your parents are giants. Lena has kept the fact that she’s a tiny giant secret…

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Omar Rising
by Aisha Saeed

Omar knows his scholarship to Ghalib Academy Boarding School is a game changer, providing him – the son of a servant – with an opportunity to improve his station in life. He can’t wait to experience…

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Bastille vs. the Evil Librarians
by Brandon Mull

As a Knight of Crystallia, I, Bastille, swore to protect the Smedry clan from the Evil Librarians. (And believe me, screwups like them constantly need protecting.) But when…

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Welcome to Seabrook
by Bonnie Steele

Seabrook has a diverse population, including its award-winning cheerleaders, the zombies from neighboring Zombietown, and a pack of cool werewolves. So it should be no surprise…

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