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All Better Now: A Memoir
by Emily Wing Smith
Author Emily Wing Smith chronicles her childhood struggles with mental and learning disabilities and the car accident when she was 12 that led to the discovery of a brain tumor at the base of her skull.
The Awakening of Sunshine Girl (Haunting of Sunshone Girl #2)
by Paige McKenzie
A tale based on the popular YouTube channel finds Sunshine experiencing the full awakening of her powers after passing her test, a transition that prompts her training with a mentor who disapproves of her attachment to the humans in her life.
Blood Passage (Dark Carvan Cycle #2)
by Heather Demetrios
Traveling to Morocco to search for Solomon's sigil, Nalia and her comrades escort the leader of the jinn revolution to safety and worry about Nalia's imprisoned brother while Malek confronts the growing darkness within himself.
Broken Crowns (Internment Chronicles #3)
by Lauren DeStefano
With their floating city utopia threatened by the war on the ground and the greed of two kings, Morgan and the others from Internment must find a way to save the city from falling out of the sky or being obliterated altogether.
by David Lubar
In his last year of high school, 17-year-old virgin Cliff Sparks has to figure out what to do with his life, including how to meet new girl Jillian and how to deal with old issues with his unemployed father.
Delilah Dirk and the King's Shilling (Graphic Novel)
by Tony Cliff
When globe trotting troublemaker Delilah Dirk and her friend Selim are accused of espionage against the British crown, they must clear their names, even if it means returning to respectability.
Doping in Sports: Winning at Any Cost?
by Stephanie Sammartino McPherson
An examination of the use of performance-enhancing drugs in athletics explores the pressure athletes face for success, investigations held by anti-doping agencies, and the long-term effects of some steroids.
Exit, Pursued by a Bear
by E.K. Johnston
At cheerleading camp, Hermione is drugged and raped, but she is not sure whether it was one of her teammates or a boy on another team--and in the aftermath she has to deal with the rumors in her small Ontario town, the often awkward reaction of her classmates, the rejection of her boyfriend, the discovery that her best friend, Polly, is gay, and above all the need to remember what happened so that the guilty boy can be brought to justice.
Games Wizards Play (Young Wizards #10)
by Diane Duane
Nita, Kit and all the other young wizards are planning and practicing for a planet-wide wizardry competition--but spells can go awry, unexpected dangers await, and the wizards must discover what secrets lie within themselves.
Girl Last Seen
by Heather Anastasiu
Forced to watch her best friend launch a solo career when an infection paralyzes her own vocal chords, Lauren is suspected of being responsible for her friend's subsequent disappearance and must unravel complicated truths to figure out what happened and clear her name.
The Girl on the Run (Vengeance #1)
by Gregg Olsen
When she returns home to find her father dead, mother missing, and a message of "run" written in blood, fifteen-year-old Rylee flees with her brother to determine the truth about who she really is and what is happening.
The Great American Whatever
by Tim Federle
Struggling to move forward with his own life after his sister's death, sixteen-year-old Quinn, an aspiring screenwriter, attends his first college party, where he falls in love with a young man who inspires his healing.
Half Lost (Half Bad #3)
by Sally Green
On the run again after the decimation of the Alliance of Free Witches and constantly pursued by the Council's Hunters, Nathan Byrn organizes a bold strategy involving the missing half of Gabriel's amulet to save the rebels from total defeat.
I Woke Up Dead at the Mall
by Judy Sheehan
Sixteen-year-old Sarah wakes up dead at the Mall of America only to find she was murdered, and she must work with a group of dead teenagers to finish up the unresolved business of their former lives while preventing her murderer from killing again.
Lady Midnight (Dark Artifices #1)
by Cassandra Clare
A sequel to the internationally best-selling Mortal Instruments series, finds an adult Emma resolving to avenge the deaths of her parents and foil a demonic plot while her parabatai, Julian, struggles to bond with a returned brother who does not recognize him.
The Last Execution
by Jesper Wung-Sung
Based on the true story of the last execution in Denmark's history, this novel asks a question that plagues a small Danish town in 1853: does a fifteen-year-old boy deserve to be put to death?
The Leaving Season
by Cat Jordan
Spending a year without her beloved boyfriend, who plans to spend the year doing volunteer work before returning to marry her, Middie is shattered by a devastating tragedy that causes her to bond her with her boyfriend's slacker best friend.
Marooned in the Arctic: The True Story of Ada Blackjack, The "Female Robinson Crusoe"
by Peggy Caravantes
Details the story of a young Inuit woman who, in 1921, learned to survive alone on isolated Wrangel Island by trapping foxes, catching seals, and avoiding polar bears, and who became a celebrity after finally being rescued two years later.
Nora & Kettle: A Paper Stars Novel
by Lauren Nicolle Taylor
Set in 1953, this book explores the collision of two teenagers facing extraordinary adversity. Kettle, an orphaned Japanese American, is struggling to make a life in the aftermath of an event in history not often referred to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II and the removal of children from orphanages for having "one drop of Japanese blood in them." Nora, the daughter of a civil rights lawyer who is building a compensation case for the interned Japanese Americans, is barely surviving her violent home and dreams of a life outside of the brownstone walls. Their meeting is inevitable, devastating and ultimately healing.
Rebel of the Sands
by Alwyn Hamilton
Amani is desperate to leave the dead-end town of Dustwalk, and she's counting on her sharpshooting skills to help her escape. But after she meets Jin, the mysterious rebel running from the Sultan's army, she unlocks the powerful truth about the desert nation of Miraji...and herself.
Scar Girl (sequel to Scar Boys)
by Len Vlahos
Individual interviews share the perspectives of Cheyenne, Harry, and Richie as their rock band endures the highs and lows brought about by their success.
The Serpent King
by Jeff Zentner
The son of a Pentecostal preacher faces his personal demons as he and his two outcast friends try to make it through their senior year of high school in rural Forrestville, Tennessee, without letting the small-town culture destroy their creative spirits and sense of self.
Seven Ways We Lie
by Riley Redgate
A chance encounter tangles the lives of seven high school students, each resisting the allure of one of the seven deadly sins, and each telling their story from their seven distinct points of view.
Silver Shadows (Bloodlines #5)
by Richelle Mead
In the aftermath of an event that ripped their world apart, Sydney and Adrian struggle to pick up the pieces and find their way back to each other. But first, they have to survive.
by Charles Benoit
Nick has created the perfect list of rules for remaking his life. But meeting dark-eyed Dawn, hanging out with teen thug Zod, and making illegal deliveries are nowhere on that list. Small steps lead to an avalanche of consequences as one boy attempts to take charge of his destiny
A Study in Charlotte
by Brittany Cavallaro
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson descendants, Charlotte and Jamie, students at a Connecticut boarding school, team up to solve a murder mystery.
This is Where the World Ends
by Amy Zhang
Janie and Micah, two lifelong friends, see their relationship tested when Janie is date-raped by the most popular boy in school, and Micah doubts her honesty.
A Tyranny of Petticoats: 15 Stories of Belles, Bank Robbers & Other Badass Girls
edited by Jessica Spotswood
From an impressive sisterhood of YA writers comes an edge-of-your-seat anthology of historical fiction and fantasy featuring a diverse array of daring heroines.
Wink Poppy Midnight
by April Genevieve Tucholke
Wink is the odd, mysterious neighbor girl, wild red hair and freckles. Poppy is the blond bully and the beautiful, manipulative high school queen bee. Midnight is the sweet, uncertain boy caught between them. Wink. Poppy. Midnight. Two girls. One boy. Three voices that burst onto the page in short, sharp, bewitching chapters, and spiral swiftly and inexorably toward something terrible or tremendous or possibly both.
Yellow Brick War (Dorothy Must Die #3)
by Danielle Paige
To fight for Oz and save Kansas from power-hungry dictator Dorothy's latest plot, Amy teams up with the Revolutionary Order of the Wicked and finds herself working alongside the Wicked Witch of the West.