You can read the whole article here but I'm so excited that booksellers are figuring out that Young Adult is different from children's literature.
By expanding the space that means they'll hopefully be expanding the selections. And more is better for readers and writers. According to the article, they are noticing a lot more crossover of adults reading YA and YA readers reading from the adult side. I know that when I was a teenager, whenever we took our covered wagon to the library, I always chose adult books. There just wasn't the kind of quality for YA that we have now. You can only read so many Sweet Valley High books, yes?
What are your thoughts on the YA genre getting it's own niche?