by Samantha Mabry Year Published: 2016
Lucas spends summers in Puerto Rico, enjoying the old señoras’ stories of the poisonous girl in the cursed house. When his girlfriend disappears, he turns to the mysterious girl for help.
by Brittany Cavallaro Year Published: 2016
Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson, descendants of Sherlock and Dr. Watson, attend the same boarding school in New England. Suspected of murdering a fellow student, they work together to find the real culprit.
by Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely Year Published: 2015
When Rashad, a young black man, is beaten by a police officer, Quinn, a young white man, is there to witness it. For both of them, it is a turning point in what they understand about social justice and how they view the world.
by Kiersten White Year Published: 2016
Ugly, fierce Lada and her beautiful, sensitive brother Radu are taken from their home as collateral between their father Vlad Dracul and the Ottoman Empire. When they befriend the sultan's son Mehmed, it creates a difficult triangle between the three.
by Gavriel Savit Year Published: 2016
Anna's father leaves Krakow in 1939 and never returns. The mysterious Swallow Man takes Anna under his wing and teaches her how to survive while WWII rages around them.
by David Wright and Luc Bouchard Year Published: 2016
Freeman Behanzin, a San Antonio corner safety, and Mathieu Dumas, a Canadian quarter back, are in Paris in to play American Football. After a fateful confrontation, Matt and Free learn what friendship really means.
by Jazz Jennings Year Published: 2016
Jazz knew from a young age that even though she was born male, she identified as female. She is an ambassador for transgender awareness, and tells her story (so far!) for readers.
by Tara Sullivan Year Published: 2016
Hoping to start a new life with opportunities, Amadou and his little brother Seydou, leave their home in Mali to work on a cacao plantation in the Ivory Coast. Instead, they end up as slaves working for brutal foreman. When a mysteriousnew worker comes to the camp, both brothers there might still be hope left for them.
by Meg Medina Year Published: 2016
Son of Sam is loose in 1977 NYC, and even though that makes Nora uneasy, she has her own monster to deal with-- her brother.
by David Lubar Year Published: 2016
Cliff is hanging on to the edge of his life, trying not to give in to the bullies, making it through his senior year, and giving love one more try.
by Kelly Loy Gilbert Year Published: 2015
When Braden's father, an evangelical talk show host and his baseball pitching coach, is arrested for murder, Braden must try to use his Christian faith to figure out how to continue pitching and testify at the trial. An estranged brother comes home to help.
by Kate Elliott Year Published: 2015
Jessamy, raised in a patriarchal society, defies tradition to become a Five, one who competes in a multilevel dangerous competition. When another Patron brings down Jes's family, her mother and sisters' lives are forfeit, and Jes must figure out how to save them.
by Matthew Quick Year Published: 2016
Nanette, a promising soccer star and high school senior, changes all her future plans after reading a novel given to her by her favorite teacher.
by E.K. Johnston Year Published: 2016
At cheerleading camp, someone slips Hermione a roofie and everything goes black. As she adjusts to what happened to her, she works to regain control and live her best life possible.
by Cecelia Ahern Year Published: 2016
In a futuristic society, people who do not follow certain ethical standards are considered "flawed" and are branded with an "F" to indicate their status. They are shunned and harassed by others and denied certain privileges. Celestine North, who has always been perfect, decides to help a flawed person, which results in dire consequences for her.
by Kathleen Glasgow Year Published: 2016
Charlie's pain is written where everyone can see, in the scars that criss-cross her body, put there by her own hand. Can Charlie stop herself before she cuts too deep?
by John Corey Whaley Year Published: 2016
Solomon Reed has made his life small on purpose. He hasn't left his house in three years, and it's best that way. But when Lisa and her handsome boyfriend Clark attempt to enter his world, Solomon finds he might just have something to go outside for.
by Jennifer Niven Year Published: 2016
Libby is known as the world's fattest teen, but she has lost some weight and is looking forward to new possibilities while attending high school. Jack is popular but hides a secret. He cannot recognize faces. When Jack and Libby collide, sparks fly.
by Mercedes Lackey Year Published: 2015
Joyeaux Charmand is an orphan that has been trained to fight Othersiders. The world has been destroyed and though pockets of civilization exist, Joy's life changes when she is summoned to Apex to join the Hunters. Will Joy succeed as a Hunter or will she go back to the only home and hope that she has ever known?
by Meredith Russo Year Published: 2016
After living a stressful life as a boy, Andrew moves to finish his senior year while living with his dad in another city. However, Andrew has had transgender surgery and is secretly adjusting to a new identity as Amanda.
by Amie Kaufman Year Published: 2015
Kady and Ezra are among a few thousand survivors who flee their home planet before it is destroyed. But, will they survive what awaits them in the dark void of space with a plague and a rogue AI computer plotting to destroy them all?
by Carolyn Mackler Year Published: 2015
Five teens write letters to their future selves at freshmen orientation and promise to meet up again at graduation. Follow them as they navigate the ever changing world of high school.
by Janet B Taylor Year Published: 2016
After her mother's death, Hope Walton is called to spend time with her aunt at the family estate in Scotland. Once there, Hope finds that everything she's known about her mother and even herself is not what it seems...or even when it seems.
by Caleb Roehrig Year Published: 2016
When Flynn's girlfriend, January, goes missing, he is immediately a suspect. As he searches for clues as to her whereabouts, he surprisingly discovers that she is not the person he thought he knew. Flynn is also forced to face the truth that he is gay, and he cannot change that.
by Katie Kennedy Year Published: 2016
With an asteroid hurtling towards Earth, Yuri, a teenage Russian physics prodigy, is brought to the United States in hopes that he can save the world from total destruction. If only he could stop thinking about the American girl with yellow bangs...
by David Klass Year Published: 2015
At Fremont High School, the new principal decrees that every senior must be on an athletic team. A group of unathletic misfits forms their own soccer team to defy the school's sports- crazy system.
by Louis Bayard Year Published: 2016
During the Depression, when 15 year old Melia's Mother dies, Melia saves herself, her siblings, and her gas station, by claiming a lost bum as their "Daddy".
by Alice Pung Year Published: 2016
In a series of letters, Lucy writes to Linh about getting into the prestigious school, Laurinda after winning an equal access scholarship. The world of Laurinda is a stark contrast to Christ the King the school she attended in Stanley, a working class suburb. Her classmates at Laurinda are more affluent. Lucy has to navigate a new world and adjust to a new school, and classmates.
by Maria Dahvana Headley Year Published: 2015
Aza Ray has been in and out of hospitals her whole life. She's come to accept the fact that no one knows what is wrong with her, until one day...she sees a ship in the sky. Finally, she may get the answers she wants as to why she's so sick, but does she really want to know the truth if it involves leaving behind everyone she loves.
by Adam Silvera Year Published: 2015
If you could remove your worst memories, would you? Aaron believes the answer to his happiness resides in taking away the memory of something he believes is the root of all his problems. But, can you really forget something that makes you who you are?
by Cynthia Hand Year Published: 2016
History can be so boring at times! Memorizing names and dates...yawn. Lady Jane Grey's part in history gets an upgrade with helping fight the battle between shape-shifting Edian's and purist Verities, and finding her heart's desire.
by Gary D. Schmidt Year Published: 2015
Joesph, a 14 year old foster child and father to a newborn baby, has suffered through horrible things in his past. When he comes to live with Jack's family he finally enjoys the support and love of a family; however, his past continues to haunt him.
by Sonia Patel Year Published: 2016
When she's not working at her family's store or restaurant on the island of Moloka'i, seventeen year old Rani Patel is at home studying to be a doctor. What people don't know is that she's more than the Gujarati girl her father expects her to be. Breaking traditions by speaking her mind and forging her own path, Rani's strength and confidence build through her raps, which she keeps secret in a journal. When word gets out about Rani's skills, she gets invited to join a local rap group and the world may finally get to see the real Rani- in full effect.
by Alwyn Hamilton Year Published: 2016
Amani has skills: sharpshooter, thief, spy. She sets her sights on escaping her dusty village with the help of the mysterious Jin, a mythical horse, and her every man for herself attitude.
by Lauren Oliver Year Published: 2016
Two teen girls, one living in a secret, scientific research institute, and the other a daughter of a prominent family, tell their stories. Eventually, their paths cross and they come to some shocking revelations!
by Andrea Davis Pinkney Year Published: 2015
The Groove takes readers on a ride telling them about the founding of Motown Records and the recording artists of the legendary record label.
by Ruta Sepetys Year Published: 2016
Near the end of World War II, refugees are fleeing from the Russian army, hoping to board the Wilhelm Gustloff, a German military transport ship, and get to freedom and safety. The four main characters are among those refugees, and each has a secret they are hiding.
by Tim Hall Year Published: 2015
Robin Loxley becomes Maid Marion's body guard as they are thrown together when Robin is forced to leave his village and Marion leaves her father's castle while he is away at war. They develop a deep friendship and understanding of each other. As the two get older, Marian soon learns that she is the peace offering to the Sheriff of Nottingham. When Robin tries to rescue Marian, he is blinded. Robin soon becomes a student of the forest and with new powers, Robin learns he can change his and Marian's destiny.
by Leigh Bardugo Year Published: 2015
When Kaz Brekker is offered a job he can't refuse to make more money than he ever dreamed of, he puts together a talented team to help him succeed.
by Aaron Starmer Year Published: 2016
When students at her school start spontaneously combusting, Mara uses her humor and her wit to get to the bottom of what's happening to her senior class.
by Julie Buxbaum Year Published: 2016
After her mother dies and her father remarries, Jessie and her father move to California to live with his new family. Jessie has a hard time adjusting until she is befriended through an anonymous email by someone who offers to help her adapt to her new high school.
by Peadar O'Guilin Year Published: 2016
In an isolated, modern Ireland, children, beginning with age ten, attend Survival Colleges where they are taught techniques to survive the Call--three minutes in the brutal, Grey Land of the Sidhe, Irish faeries. Nine out of ten teens never return.
by Evelyn Skye Year Published: 2016
Two teen enchanters must use their magic in a duel to the death in order to earn the right to be the Russian Tsar's Imperial Enchanter. The winner's magic will become unimaginably powerful and will become the tsar's closest confidant, advisor, and protector of the Russian Empire.
by Alison Goodman Year Published: 2016
When Lady Helen is invited to join the Dark Days Club, she must decide between being safe and making a respectable match in marriage, or fighting demons alongside the scandalous Lord Carlston.
by Kara Thomas Year Published: 2016
Tessa returns to her small hometown wondering if she and her friend Callie helped send the wrong man to prison and if the real killer is still out there.
by Daniel Kraus Year Published: 2015
Zebulon is a freak show attraction, science experiment, soldier, lover, and murderer. However, the most interesting thing about Zebulon is he has been all of this while being dead at age 17.
by Tim Wynne-Jones Year Published: 2015
After Ethan's father dies, he finds a book that was sent to his father under mysterious circumstances. He tries to unravel the mystery around the book and his grandfather and a seemingly haunted island.
by Mindy McGinnis Year Published: 2016
In her small home town, Alex is known as the girl with the dead sister. Jack, the popular athlete and Peekay, the preacher's kid, discover during their senior year that Alex is not just the strange loner in their class, but one who knows how to challenge a violent rage that won't be stopped.
by Sharon Carmeron Year Published: 2016
Every twelve years the all the citizens of Canaan lose their memories. To help them recover lost events, etc. they write daily in their diaries, which they keep strapped to their bodies at all times. However, seventeen-year-old Nadia remembers everything, but she must hide her ability. She is becoming more and more suspicious of town officials and begins to search for the truth behind the Forgetting.
by Richelle Mead Year Published: 2016
Adelaide disguises herself to escape an arranged marriage. She travels with other girls to be part of the Glittering Court which promises to transform ordinary girls into upper-class ladies able to marry wealthy men.
by Tim Federle Year Published: 2016
Quinn has hardly left his room in 6 months. His best friend has had enough and takes him to a college party where Quinn meets Amir, who helps him start living again.
by Laura Amy Schlitz Year Published: 2015
Joan Skraggs is an overworked 14 yr old girl growing up on a Pennsylvania farm at the turn of the century. Her brothers belittle her and her dad does not see the need for her to have any type of education or life. Joan decides to change her life and run away to New York. Through a serious of mishaps and good fortune, she is taken in as a cook and maid and learns more than she every thought possible.
by Sarah Jude Year Published: 2016
Set in Rowan's Glen a farming community in the Missouri Ozarks, residents are warned not to go into the woods or walk alone because families' dogs have started disappearing. When the May Queen ceremony is revived and sixteen-year- old Ivy's cousin goes missing, Ivy discovers that Rowan's Glen is harboring deep, dark secrets.
by Lara Avery Year Published: 2016
After receiving a devastating diagnosis, Sammie McCoy decides the best way to hold on to her past and what she hopes to be her future is to write everything down in her Memory Book.
by Francisco X Stork Year Published: 2016
Vicky feels like she is failing at life, and when she wakes up in a mental ward, she thinks she has now failed at death. She agrees to stay in treatment for two weeks to see if she can find a reason to keep living.
by Julie Berry Year Published: 2016
Botille feels compelled to protect Dolssa in 1241 France when a friar is hunting Dolssa to burn her at the stake as a heretic.
by Traci Chee Year Published: 2016
Sefia needs answers: who killed her father, who kidnapped her aunt, and what's so important about a rectangular object that people are willing to kill for it? To find out these answers she will travel across several countries, save a boy from vigilantes, and join a group of pirates searching for lost treasure.
by Victoria Aveyard Year Published: 2015
Mare Barrow lives in a dystopian society divided by the color of one's blood. Silvers are the elite rulers and have supernatural powers. Reds have no powers and must serve Silvers and fight their wars. Mare accidentally finds out that she is a Red with Silver powers and is forced to masquerade as a Silver as she tries to advance the Red Revolution.
by Patrick Ness Year Published: 2015
For Mike and his best friends, all they want is to make it to their high school graduation without their high school blowing up...again. But when all the Indie kids in school start going missing, Mike isn't so sure he and his friends will even make it to their Prom.
by Megan Miranda Year Published: 2016
Seventeen year old Kelsey Thomas has been living with the after effects of her mother's abduction, seventeen years prior, her entire life. This "inherited" fear dictates her every move, until she meets Ryan Baker who shows her she doesn't have to be afraid of everything. Until, one night, her mother disappears and her worst fears begin to come true.
by Jeff Zenter Year Published: 2016
Dill, Lydia, and Travis cling to each other their senior year of high school as they dream of escaping their small-town living that is full of brutality, secrets, and fears.
by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock Year Published: 2016
The story is set in 1970s Alaska and told from the perspective of four teenagers learning how to cope with dysfunction and save each other.
by Roshani Chokshi Year Published: 2016
Born under cursed stars, Maya has little chance to escape a terrible arrange marriage. When a mysterious suitor comes to her rescue, she accepts his proposal and enters a mysterious world that just might hold the answers she's been looking for.
by Cat Winters Year Published: 2016
Hannalee Denny cannot understand why her dead father's ghost keeps appearing on the very road where he was ran over. With her mother quickly remarried and Joe, her father's accused murder recently released from prison, Hanalee wants justice and answers. The more she digs, the more she discovers that her little hometown is not the Christian place it presents itself and any one the least bit different is not welcomed.
by Amber Smith Year Published: 2016
Raped by her brother’s best friend during her freshman year, Eden spends the next three years desperately trying to cope with the trauma of the assault.
by Anna-Marie McLemore Year Published: 2015
Lace knows enough to stay away from the Corbeau family. But a chance encounter with a mysterious boy who later saves her life might be enough to shatter all that she has know of her family and the life she once had.
by Jennifer Donnelly Year Published: 2015
New York City society girl Jo Montfort wants to be another Nelly Bly. After her father’s unexpected suicide, Jo investigates the cause with the help of Edward, a young reporter.
by Beth Kephart Year Published: 2016
A super storm hits an island used to storms, and Mira survives to discover losses and gains that change everything she has known.
by Estelle Laure Year Published: 2015
Lucille Bennett does her best to "rage against the dying of the light" when she finds herself taking care of her younger sister after both of her parents abandon the family.
by Renee Watson Year Published: 2015
Twins Maya and Nikki Younger have lived in the same neighborhood their whole lives. They know their neighbors and like that they live in a predominately black neighborhood. But things begin to change and the older homes are getting bought by new people, renters are being forced to move out for new home owners and upscale business are beginning to become the new norm. The twins have always believed in the same things, but with the changes, come changes for their family as well. Will they survive?
by Kendare Blake Year Published: 2016
Every generation, triplet girls are born to a queen. Each girl has a gift: poisoner, naturalist, elemental. The girls are raised separately after age 6, but come together when they are 16 to fight to the death to win the crown.
by Shaun David Hutchinson Year Published: 2016
Henry Denton has been abducted by aliens for a number of years. During a recent abduction, he is told by the "sluggers" that they are going to wipe out the earth in 144 days. Henry must decide the fate of the human race even though he has to many problems of his own.
by Aaron Hartzler Year Published: 2015
A town that loves its basketball team is divided by controversy after the rape of a teen girl at a team member's wild party.
by Anne Martinetti, Guillaume Lebeau and Alexandre Franc Year Published: 2016
This graphic biography reveals an Agatha tormented by the ghost of Hercule Poirot, whom the authors utilize to give voice to her self-doubts and critics, painting the picture of a pioneering 20th century female mystery writer struggling with unfaithful husbands, dividing her time as a mother, and traveling the world with inspiration around every corner.
by Mark Waid, Adam Kubert and Mahmud Asrar Year Published: 2016
The Avengers have disbanded. Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and Vision have gone solo. They come together again when the people of Earth are threatened by an enemy from beyond the stars. Joining them are Ms. Marvel, Nova, and Spiderman. The new team struggles to find their balance as they take on a very powerful foe.
by Stan Lee, Peter David and Colleen Doran Year Published: 2015
A graphic/illustrated biography of the genius behind most of Marvel's greatest superheroes..
by Mark Waid and Fiona Staples, Annie Wu and Veronica Fish Year Published: 2016
Archie is reborn for the 21st century with a new modern twist, while still managing to keep the boy-next-door charm of the original series.
by Kelly Sue Deconnick, Marcia Takara and David Lopez Year Published: 2015
Volume 2 of Kelly Sue DeConnick's run of Captain Marvel launches Carol Danvers and Rocket Raccoon spaceship first into action. Cats, blackmailers and new romances test Captain Marvel.
by Hope Larson and Rebecca Mock Year Published: 2016
It's 1860 and twins Alexander and Cleo are on the run from Black Hook Gang. On their way to New Orleans they become separated and attempt to find their way back to each other in San Francisco all while being pursued by pirates who believe they are in possession of a key to a treasure.
by Ozge Samanci Year Published: 2015
Ozge Samanci comes of age in Turkey during the 1980s and 1990s - as the country is torn between its traditional religious heritage and the brave, new, secular, westernized world. Similarly, Ozge struggles to find herself, floundering between her parents' hopes and dreams and her own definition of happiness.
by Tony Cliff Year Published: 2016
A traitorous British soldier threatens Delilah’s good reputation; she pursues him, back to England, bent on his downfall. England does not welcome her back, and with redcoats chasing her, she is forced to take refuge with her privileged family.
by Rafael Albuquerque and Mike Johnson Year Published: 2015
Fast-paced and exciting this tale covers everything from the prehistoric past to a Dystopian future. A fantastic Science-Fiction story.
by Corinne Maier and Anne Simon Year Published: 2016
Explores the life of one of the greatest scientists of the twentieth century, Albert Einstein.
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