Sunday, 13 October 2013

Teen Read Week Scavenger Hunt! #TRW13

Teen Read Week™ is a national adolescent literacy initiative created by the Young Adult Library ServicesAssociation (YALSA). It began in 1998 and is held annually during the third week of October. Its purpose is to encourage teens to be regular readers and library users.
Seek the Unknown @ Your Library is Teen Read Week's theme this year. Explore and learn about the unknown through mystery, adventure, sci-fi, and fantasy books!

Our authors are playing a game of hide and seek this week with a fun Scavenger Hunt you can even play in your pajamas! 

What's up for grabs? We’re giving away an All-New Kindle Paperwhite eReader randomly chosen from all correct entries!

Plus, we'll randomly select three lucky commenters to receive $10 Evernight gift certificates! Just explore the exciting books on Evernight Teen and let us know which titles you'd love to read and why.

Ready to play? Click here for questions and hunt link locations! 

Visit our participating authors:


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  2. I really enjoy reading YA books I really enjoyed reading The Dating Tudor by Melissa Frost! It was nice to read about friends and new teen loves that blossom into from a friendship and the way a teenagers mind has to figure it all out without hurting them or the friend. I also enjoyed the scavenger hunt.

  3. I am super excited about this scavenger hunt. I LOVE Evernight Publishing and am just starting to explore Evernight Teen! You guys really know how to show your readers love and we love you for it!

  4. I love Scavenger Hunts. I used to do them a lot when I was younger. Friends of mine had a fun one every year at Halloween time.
    Lots of great authors and looking forward to checking out some of the Evernight Teen reads.
    christinebails at yahoo dot com

  5. Love the scavenger hunt it was fun to get to find new and interesting authors. I'm new to Evernight's YA genre but I would love to read Disintegrate by Christine Kloeck-Lim. The excerpt was pretty cool and I would like to know what happens next. It's also different from anything I read before which makes it a stand out in my book.