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CLOCKWORK PRINCE and CITY OF LOST SOULS nominated for YALSA’s 2013 Readers’ Choice List

Two books from Cassandra Clare’s internationally bestselling series The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices are up for a YALSA honor.

Clockwork Prince and City of Lost Souls are nominated for YALSA’s Readers’ Choice List.

Here’s more information about Readers’ Choice:

YALSA’s Readers’ Choice list seeks to engage a wide audience of librarians, educators, teens and young adult literature enthusiasts in choosing the most popular teen titles in a given year, as organized by broad genres.  The list will also provide librarians with a timely means of identifying popular teen titles on an ongoing basis.  Nominations will be posted monthly, with a final vote taking place each November.  Any individual, provided he/she is not the author or an employee of the publisher, or a current member of the Readers’ Choice List Committee may nominate a title via an online form, while only YALSA members are eligible to vote for the final ballot, which is sent in the November issue of YALSA E-News.

Following the vote in November we will find out if either or both Clockwork Prince and City of Lost Souls make the cut.

View the rest of the Readers’ Choice nominees here

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3 Comments on CLOCKWORK PRINCE and CITY OF LOST SOULS nominated for YALSA’s 2013 Readers’ Choice List

  1. Mrs Michaela Herondale // August 14, 2012 at 9:31 AM // Reply

    AWESOME!

  2. Waahhh, I’m so happy for Cassie!! She deserves it! 😀

  3. What does YALSA stand for?

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