Gift ideas for young adults, middle graders and picture books for the littlest readers on your list. Skip to: YA Middle grade Picture books YA What Girls Are Made Of Elana K. Arnold Arnold’s novel explores the emotional turmoil of a teenage girl who is devastated after her boyfriend breaks up with her. (Carolrhoda Lab) Far From the Tree Robin Benway This novel of teen siblings separated by adoption, and the families they have, need, leave and seek, won the 2017 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature. (HarperTeen) Lord of Shadows Cassandra Clare The second book in Clare’s “The Dark Artifices” trilogy finds young Emma Carstairs navigating the tenuous peace between the Shadowhunters and the Faerie. (Margaret K. McElderry Books) Turtles All the Way Down John Green The new book from “The Fault in Our Stars” author Green deals with friendship and powerful emotions while following a 16-year-old girl and her best friends as they investigate a billionaire fugitive. (Dutton Books for Young Readers) Always and Forever, Lara Jean (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before) Jenny Han Concluding the popular trilogy, a high-school senior helps plan her father’s wedding while trying to decide whether to leave her family and boyfriend behind to go to college. (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers) Warcross Marie Lu A young hacker named Emika accepts a job offer as a spy in the global sensation online game “Warcross” but soon realizes that she’s signed up for more than she bargained for. (Putnam) Long Way Down Jason Reynolds A teenager named Will has decided to shoot and kill the man who murdered his brother, but while on an elevator that makes several stops, he discovers that he might not know the real story behind his brother’s death after all. (Atheneum) I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter Erika L. Sánchez Julia is crushed when her sister Olga dies in an accident, and she has to bear the brunt of her mother’s constant criticisms, despite beginning to suspect that Olga may not have been entirely what she seemed. (Knopf Books for Young Readers) Dear Martin Nic Stone Stone’s debut novel follows Justyce McAllister, a brilliant high-school student who, while