Tween Websites and Blogs

Want to share your valuable resources, such as a tween-related blog? Interested in tween literature? You’ve come to the right place.

Welcome to  Tween Shareville!

Look through the shared lists below. When you’re ready to share your own resource, please comment below and we’ll do our best to add your resource to the list. Of course, when sharing your resources, please include the title of the source, author, publisher and permalink website address.

A collection of ‘tween’ websites and book lists

Tween Focused Book Blogs

Teen & Tween Book Reviews

Abby the Librarian

Tween Book Blog

Tween 2 Teen


 YALSA The Hub



Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival May 17, 2014

Tweens Read September 27. 2014

Texas Teen Book Festival October 18. 2014

YALLFest November 7-8 2014

YABFest May 2015

Books For the Beast Fall 2015

Tween Spaces @ Public Libraries

Tween Spaces @ School Libraries

3 thoughts on “Tween Websites and Blogs

  1. Hi, I was interested in your site because I’m from the UK and I’ve just written a tween book, (feisty heroine, no bad language,) and the person who kept me going through numerous drafts was a retired children’s librarian from North Carolina.

    Here’s some details of the book and if you’d like a review copy in order to recommend it to your readers I’d be happy to send you one. At the moment it’s only available as an e book (E-pub, Barnes and Noble or Amazon Kindle.)

    Brenna and the Horses of Lusayana by Lee Landes
    Brenna MacLean (12) has no home, no friends and no father. It’s always been like that and her Mum isn’t telling her why? Summer: and a stranger called Cosmo lures them to a cottage suspended above a wild and threatening sea. Immediately, Brenna’s beautiful Mum begins to fade away. Following the clues Cosmo has left her, Brenna meets the White Horses of Lusayana who give her their protection and the chance to break the curse on her family. Accompanied by her new friend Louis, a boy born to fight evil, Brenna tries to uncover the secret history of the curse but evil acts linger in the World and soon Brenna and Louis are fleeing for their lives, battling the Black Horses from the deep, and endangering the White Pony, Neima, who has been sent to help them.

    Brenna and the Horses of Lusayana is a fantasy adventure for the 9-13 age group


  2. I’ve written a novellete for 10 to 14 year olds called “Lost in the Woods: A Bible Camp Mystery.” It’s the story about a 13-year-old boy who disappears in the middle of the night during a church camping trip. More than half of the campers become ill and a hurricane takes an unexpected turn for the Gulf Coast, leaving the group vulnerable as they hunt for the missing camper.

    This is the first Bible Camp Mystery about the youth group’s wilderness adventures teaching biblical principle, including the biblical path to salvation.

    “Lost in the Woods: A Bible Camp Mystery” is currently available as an ebook from, where it will be free Dec. 25 and 26.

    Please help me get spread the word about this opportunity.

  3. Wow! so nice to find you. It’s challenging to find the audience for a young adult/tween series/blog…I’ve been reviewing and hosting other authors for some time, attempting to get the word out about indie authors and their tremendous work. I really would love to be a “go to” place to find good reads for our younger readers. Not only that, but I have my own series that has been garnering some great reviews…but again, I’m looking for my young audience, the ones I wrote the series for in the first place…love to be included in your list of places for tweens to head for good fantasy adventure, etc. Thx for the time and consideration. Whatever you need from me to help make your decision, please let me know.
    Regards, June M. Pace author of The Benjamin McTish Series.

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