From the Page to the Big Screen in 2016

Liz K.    February 1, 2016

2016 is set to have some great new film adaptions of YA books. Want to be ahead of the crowd and read them early? Click on through and take a look!

(I have included their expected release dates but be aware that they often change!)


1. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey is finally(!) coming to the big screen on January 22. It can be found in the Vault under TEEN F YANCEY and is in the catalog here. It is also available as an audiobook, an ebook, and as an e-audiobook.
173839182. The Divergent Series: Allegiant Part One will be in theaters on March 18 and is adapted from Allegiant by Veronica Roth, the final book in the Divergent trilogy. Allegiant is in the Vault under TEEN F ROTH. It can be found in the catalog here, or (brace yourselves!) as an audiobookan ebook, an e-audiobook, or as a Playaway AND is available on any of our Nooks!


3. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness is set to release on October 14. It can be found with the Caudill winners under CAUDILL 2016 TEEN F NESS (ask the librarians if you’re not sure where to find it!) It is in the catalog here and is also available as an ebook, or even as a Playaway.


4. Let It Snow will be adapted from Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances by John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle and is slated to be in theaters on December 9. It can be found in the Vault under TEEN F GREEN. It’s in the catalog here, and if you so choose, is available as an ebook94604875. And finally we have Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs, which will be here on December 25. It can be found in the Vault under TEEN F RIGGS and is in the catalog here. We also have the audiobook, the ebook, and the e-audiobook.

256683As an honorable mention for the small screen, The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare is getting another adaption and arrived on TV as Shadowhunters on January 12! You can check out the first book in the series, City of Bones, from the Vault under TEEN F CLARE and is in the catalog here. We also have the audiobook or the ebook.

Which adaption are you most looking forward to? What other books do you hope will be coming to the big screen? Let us know!