Books Read Teen / Young Adult Audience Targeting

Polls based on Books Read Teen / Young Adult specific focus groups: Teen & Young Adult

Polls with Books Read Teen / Young Adult-specific Targeting

Check out 3 surveys targeting books read - teen / young adult. Learn how they pose their questions and view the written responses.

  • Which book title would you rather read and why? Flying with Unicorn, Magical Day, A Day for Learning, Every Day is a Learning Day?

    This is a 1 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Teen / Young Adult (Books: Teen / Young Adult). A sample of responses:

    • Flying with Unicorn sounds like the most fun out of the lot. The rest sound like educational books, while the one I picked hides that fact a bit while not telling me exactly what it is.
    • I would prefer "Flying with Unicorn" because it sounds more exciting. The titles that include "learning" in them would make me feel as though they would be less interesting.
    • I like Magical Day. Flying with a unicorn would sound better, why not add "with" or"a"? The words unicorn and magical imply there is more fun in the book, rather than learning.
    • Yes, definitely flying with a unicorn. I love the name of that one.
    • Magical day, it sounds nice and it is more interesting than other titles. it just has a feel good title.
  • Based on the description, which book would you rather read?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Teen / Young Adult (Books: Teen / Young Adult). A sample of responses:

    • B just sounds more serious so I prefer thos.
    • Choice B is more descriptive of what the book features in the story, it grabs the attention more.
    • I like how both excerpts started the same way and ended with a question. I think choice B explained things more which made me want to read it because I was not confused about what the person was saying or what the book was about.
    • Option B explains things more clearly and is very easy to understand. I don’t really like the first line of Option A because it’s so generic.
    • Option A gets the point of the book across without being as lengthy to read.
  • Based on the description, which book would you rather read?

    This is a 2 option poll with 50 respondents targeting Books Read - Teen / Young Adult (Books: Teen / Young Adult). A sample of responses:

    • They're basically the same synopsis, but B is more succinct. The words and the phrasing are a little more careful and compact, which helps it to communicate its point better. As Strunk & White say, omit needless words.
    • A lore subtly draws the reader in. I believe that B has too many rhetorical questions that border on being cliche. A asks the same questions as B, but in less "in your face" way. The important descriptions of Shadow and her struggles are there, the reader can divine that she will go through struggles themselves and decide if they're interested in reading about that.
    • B - gives me a nice, succinct overview of the plot and the main character. I particularly like the sentence that introduces the main character, "Rising from the turmoil is Shadow..." A has basically an entire unnecessary paragraph shoved in the middle of it. Both reviews give me other authors to compare to, which is nice because that it is how I find a lot of new books.
    • Although option B is more to the point and has more directed questions, it does not have the thrill and emotion of option A. I chose this option because I was truly enveloped in the story, whereas in option B the story felt rushed and not thoroughly explained.
    • Oh my God, B is soooo much better than A. A lost me like a million times. It was like listening to William Shatner do improve night at a beatnik house. It has disjointed topics that bounced from idea to idea with no smooth transition. I got bored like two sentences in to the description of Shadow. Option B ties into the theme from the first paragraph, makes you invested in what Shadow has to do, and builds curiosity about what will happen.

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