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7 YA novels we can't wait to read this fall

From sequels (Zebulon Finch returns!) to long-awaited follow-ups (so does Jay Asher!), here are the 7 YA novels we’re dying to read this fall.

Kids of Appetite by David Arnold (Sept. 20)

In Arnold’s funny, sweet, utterly heart-wrenching novel—his first since Mosquitoland—a kid with a rare brain disorder enlists his friends to help him scatter his father’s ashes in a meaningful place.

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Read an excerpt from Marissa Meyer's Alice In Wonderland prequel, Heartless -- exclusive

In her best-selling Lunar Chronicles series, Marissa Meyer has drawn from the stories of Snow White, Cinderella, Rapunzel, and Little Red Riding Hood. But her first standalone novel, Heartless, follows a familiar face from the other side of that hallowed line between good and evil: The teen who will become Alice in Wonderland’s decapitation-happy Queen of Hearts.

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Read an excerpt from Stars Above, Marissa Meyer's book of Lunar Chronicles stories -- exclusive

To celebrate the long-awaited publication of Winter, the fifth book in Marissa Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles, we have a special treat for EW readers: An exclusive excerpt from Stars Above, Meyer’s forthcoming book of stories set in the Lunar Chronicles’ world — which also happens to be the first reveal of any kind from the collection.

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See the trailer for 'Scarlet,' book 2 in the Lunar Chronicles -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Scarlet

Scarlet, the second book in Marissa Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles series hits shelves February 5. Meyer’s debut, Cinder, was a retelling of Cinderella as a cyborg set in a futuristic New Beijing. Scarlet, which is an inventive take on Little Red Riding Hood picks up where Cinder left off.

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