2011 Top Ten Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults

In addition to the full list, the 2011 Popular Paperbacks committee selected the following as top ten titles:

Anderson, M.T. Burger Wuss. Candlewick, 2008. $7.99. 978-0763631789.
One O'Dermott's burger, and order of fries, soda, and a side of revenge, supersized.

Kincy, Karen. Other. Flux, 2010. $9.95. 9780738719191.
Pookas, dryads and werewolves… no Other is safe with hunters on the loose.

The Manga University Culinary Institute.  The Manga Cookbook . Illus. by Chihiro Hattori. Manga University, 2007. $14.95. 9784921205072.
Dust off your chopstick skills and chow down on manga-inspired Japanese cuisine.

Mecum, Ryan. Zombie Haiku: Good Poetry for Your…Brains. How, 2008. $9.99. 978-1600610707.
Who knew zombies could be so poetic?

Ross, Campbell. Shadoweyes. Illus. by Campbell Ross. SLG, 2010. $14.95. 978-1593621896.
A newborn vigilante takes justice into her own eyes.

Shusterman, Neal. Unwind. Simon & Schuster, 2009. $8.99. 978-1416912057.
It's a race to keep your organs.

Smith, Cynthia Leitich. Tantalize. Candlewick, 2008. $8.99. 978-1406315608.
Blood sausage is just one of the many specialties at this vampire-friendly restaurant.

Weingarten, Lynn.  Wherever Nina Lies. Point, 2010. $9.99. 978-0-545-06633-4.$8.99
Why is Ellie searching for her dead sister?

Westerfeld, Scott. Leviathan. Illus. by Keith Thompson. Simon Pulse, 2010. $9.99. 9781416971740.
This isn't the history you studied.

Wooding, Chris.  Malice.  Illus. by Dan Chernett. Scholastic, 2009. $9.99. 978-0-545-16044-5.
Trust me, this comic’s a killer!