Join us as we toot horns and spray silly string all over Barbara Stuber and Elizabeth C. Bunce! The Young Adult Library Services Association, part of the American Library Association, nominated their books for the 2010 Best Fiction for Young Adults. In Stuber’s debut novel, Crossing the Tracks (Margaret K. McElderry) 15-year-old Iris finds a home in the unlikeliest of places. The historical fiction is set in rural 1920s Missouri. StarCrossed (Arthur A. Levine Books) is Bunce’s second novel. The historical fantasy novel features spunky heroine Digger, a thief who gets caught up in the political machinations of a society that forbids magic. See all the nominees here.