There is a lot of overlap.
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In my dictionary
teen means teenage:between 13 and 19 years old
juvenile : young people
I think juvenile is older than teen. Am I right?
In library, I saw Juvenile Fiction area, and Teen Fiction. So is it true that Juvenile Fiction is harder than Teen Fiction?
Thanks a lot.
I am not a teacher.
In some contexts 'juvenile' can be synonymous with 'minor' meaning under the age of legal responsibility. A teen could be considered an adult.
I don't know what you mean by "harder."
If I saw "juvenile" and "teen" sections in a library, I would think that the "teen" section was for older kids.
It is not a standard distinction for libraries- I have not seen it used like this in the UK. I would think the same as SoothingDave if I saw it.
juvenile fiction' is for 7- to 12-year olds. Teenagers would not been seen dead browsing the books in that section of a library; they'd head for what many libraries call their 'young adult' section.