Teen War And Conflict Novels

Whether they are realistic novels or fables, the books in the teen war and conflict novels section will speak to readers of all ethnicities, who either enjoy war narratives or who have a particular interest in the genocide narratives of any historical period. You’ll find a mix of novels featuring characters of various races. Most importantly, however, they will all be powerful and moving books aimed at young adults.


Displacement by Kiku Hughes

Displacement is a graphic novel that you will breeze though, but the story inside will wrap itself around you and never let you go. It had me teary-eyed at several points while I was reading it, and kept me thinking about the real and fictional characters depicted within it for several days after I’d finished. However, it also filled me with hope. Read more →

Bamboo People

Buy Bamboo People Special: $13.69 (Regular price: $16.95) Publisher: Charlesbridge Format: Hardcover Reviewer: Melissa on June 29, 2010 Rating: 4 out of 5 stars I’d never read anything by Mitali Perkins before I had the chance to check out her new novel, Bamboo People, but the story sounded like something I’d want to check out and now I’m really glad… Read more →

The Boy In The Striped Pajamas

If you haven’t read it yet, then TheBoyInTheStripedPajamas is a great, new tale about the Holocaust as seen through the eyes of a nine-year-old boy who has an SS officer for a father. Despite the divides of race and politics, the young Bruno develops a lasting friendship with Shmuel, a Jewish boy in the concentration camp that his Bruno’s father runs. Read more →