Best-Selling New Books on Amazon for Kids and Teens

Amazon offers hundreds of thousands of print and electronic books. With a dizzying number of choices, how do you decide which books are worth it for your kid? We have reviews of Amazon's best-selling new books, from picture books for preschoolers to young adult novels. Make sure to check back often to see the newest popular reads, as we update this list every week. And for reading on the go, check out our picks for the Best Book Apps for Kids.

Browse Best-Selling New Books on Amazon for Kids and Teens

Dear Evan Hansen: The Novel Book Poster Image
Powerful novel deals with suicide, anxiety, and loneliness.
By Val Emmich, Steven Levenson, Benj Pasek, Justin Paul
(2018)
(2018)
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Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment Book Poster Image
Orphan uses science to save world in fast-paced adventure.
By James Patterson, Chris Grabenstein
(2018)
(2018)
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Bridge of Clay Book Poster Image
Expansive, touching saga of Aussie family's losses, loves.
By Markus Zusak
(2018)
(2018)
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What If It's Us Book Poster Image
Two boys fall for each other in cute queer teen romance.
By Becky Albertalli, Adam Silvera
(2018)
(2018)
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Hey, Kiddo Book Poster Image
Big-hearted memoir of rocky childhood with addicted mom.
By Jarrett J. Krosoczka
(2018)
(2018)
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Louisiana's Way Home Book Poster Image
Harrowing, heartfelt, funny tale of '70s Southern tween.
By Kate DiCamillo
(2018)
(2018)
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Wildcard: Warcross, Book 2 Book Poster Image
Emika steers cyberpunk thriller duology to exciting finish.
By Marie Lu
(2018)
(2018)
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A Very Large Expanse of Sea Book Poster Image
Muslim teen busts stereotypes in bitterly funny school tale.
By Tahereh Mafi
(2018)
(2018)
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Grenade Book Poster Image
Tense, gripping WWII drama has powerful cost-of-war message.
By Alan Gratz
(2018)
(2018)
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The Princess in Black and the Science Fair Scare Book Poster Image
Princesses learn to be heroes in fun science fair romp.
By Shannon Hale, Dean Hale
(2018)
(2018)
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