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Until We Meet Again
By Renee Collins
(Teen Fiction)

The year is 2015, and Cassandra is stuck spending the Summer with her parents in Massachusetts, where she knows that nothing fun is going to happen. That is, until she meets Lawrence on the home's private beach and he claims the years is 1925. Cassandra is then swept into a mystery almost 100 years old, and learns something about the future that she cannot keep to herself. Can Cassandra change history in order to save Lawrence's life or will she lose his live forever? (Formats: Print; e-Book)

 

The Squad: Perfect Cover
By Jennifer Lynn Barnes
(Teen Fiction)

The Bayport High cheerleaders are typical – perky, blonde, and ditzy. But they’re really a cover-up for an elite group of government operatives! Book 1 in The Squad series. (Format: Print)

 

My Heart and Other Black Holes
By Jasmine Warga
(Teen Fiction)

This is an excellent book that deals with teens and depression. Aysel is ready to leave this world and happens to find a website that pairs up similarly-minded individuals. She finds a “suicide partner” in Roman because neither is completely sure they’ll be able to carry it out alone. They agree that his date of April 7 is their target. The clock is ticking and the countdown is on as the two get to know each other and begin to plan their great escape. But in the process of charting what’s left of their future, they begin to open up to each other. Seeds of doubt are planted. Perhaps suicide is not the answer? (Format: Print)

 

The Extraordinary Adventures of Alfred Kropp
By Rick Yancey
(Teen Fiction)

When Alfred steals an ancient sword for his uncle's client, he discovers that he's un-wittingly given Excalibur to a man bent on evil. Getting it back will take everything Alfred's got!  (Formats: Print; e-book)

Boy in the Black Suit
By Jason Reynolds
(Teen Fiction)

Soon after his mother's death, Matt takes a job at a funeral home in his tough Brooklyn neighborhood and, while attending and assisting with funerals, begins to accept her death and his responsibilities as a man. A Coretta Scott King Honor Book. (Formats: Print; e-audiobook)

 

House on Mango Street
By Sandra Cisneros
(Teen Fiction)

The story of a young girl growing up in the Latino section of Chicago - a neighborhood of harsh realities and harsh beauty. (Format: Print)

 

Jackaby
By William Ritter
(Teen Fiction)

Newly arrived in 1892 New England, Abigail Rook becomes assistant to R.F. Jackaby, an investigator of the unexplained with the ability to see supernatural beings, and she helps him delve into a case of serial murder which, Jackaby is convinced, is due to a nonhuman creature. (Formats:  Print; e-book; e-audiobook).

 

The Truth about Alice
By Jennifer Mathieu
(Teen Fiction)

When ugly rumors and lies about Alice Franklin start after one of the guys she allegedly slept with at a party dies in a car accident, questions about truth arise in her small town. (Format:  Print).

 

Emmy & Oliver
By Robin Benway
(Teen Fiction)

Emmy and Oliver are next-door neighbors, born on the same day. Best friends and practically inseparable since birth, everything changes when Oliver’s dad kidnaps him from school. When Oliver returns ten years later, Emmy is unsure how to restart their friendship, and Oliver is unsure about just about everything. (Formats: Print; Book-on-CD)

 

I Am Princess X
By Cherie Priest
(Teen Fiction)

Best friends May and Libby invented Princess X in fifth grade, then spend the next several years writing stories about her. After Libby and her mother perish in a car accident, Princess X is gone for good… until three years later when May begins to see Princess X around town. After discovering a web-comic based on Princess X, and finding clues that could only be meant for her, May begins the search for the truth. (Formats: Print; e-audiobook)

 

The Wrath and the Dawn
By Renee Ahdieh
(Teen Fiction)

The ancient tale of Scheherazade has been retold throughout the ages, and this tale inspired by One Thousand One Nights is sure to engage new readers. In this version, Shahrzad plays the part of a determined young girl, who marries the mad king in order to avenge her best friend, an earlier wife. The ending, as it should be, is a cliffhanger. (Formats: Print; Book-on-CD)

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