Spotlight On: New Fiction (Teen)

New Fiction (Teen): These books are all located in the Teen area, on the left hand side of the building when you walk in, across from the circulation desk. The new fiction books are located in the bookshelf that is located in the middle of the Teen area, and consists of books new to the library. They all have colored stickers on them, which denotes their newness.

Solo / Kwame Alexander

Seventeen-year-old Blade, who endeavors to resolve painful issues from his past to navigate the challenges of his former rockstar father’s addictions, scathing tabloid rumors, and a protected secret that threatens his own identity. (TEEN FIC ALEXANDER)

 

Girls Made of Snow and Glass / Melissa Bashardoust

A feminist fantasy reimagining of “Snow White” relates the past and present experiences of a magician’s daughter-turned-heartless queen and her beautiful rival stepdaughter. (TEEN FIC BASHARDOUST)

 

Spellbook of the Lost and Found / Moira Fowley-Doyle

Noticing on a stormy Irish summer night that she and her friend are missing some of their personal possessions, Olive becomes alarmed when she realizes that her friend may have lost something much more important before mysterious diary pages begin to appear throughout the town at the same time three strangers arrive at a nearby estate. (TEEN FIC FOWLEY-DOYLE)

Invictus / Ryan Graudin

A group of time-traveling teens races through history to try to stop time and the multiverse from unraveling. (TEEN FIC GRAUDIN)

 

The Library of Fates / Aditi Khorana

A coming-of-age fantasy inspired by Indian folklore follows the efforts of a loving princess to sacrifice herself in marriage to a conquering emperor in order to protect her people only to be cast adrift alongside an enslaved oracle who becomes her companion in a quest to find a mystical library that may help them reverse their fates. (TEEN FIC KHORANA)

The Hearts We Sold / Emily Lloyd-Jones

After Dee Moreno, seventeen, makes a deal with a demon, trading her heart for the chance of a good education, she becomes part of a group “heartless” teen engaged in fighting a paranormal war. (TEEN FIC LLOYD-JONES)

 

The Disappearances / Emily Bain Murphy

Every seven years, an important thing, like scent, disappears from the town of Sterling and Aila, sixteen, is determined to find the cause and how her recently-deceased mother was involved. (TEEN FIC MURPHY)

 

The Nowhere Girls / Amy Reed

Three misfit girls come together to avenge the rape of a girl none of them knew and in the process start a movement that transforms the lives of everyone around them. (TEEN FIC REED)

 

Thornhill / Pam Smy

Parallel, interwoven stories set in different times—one told through intimate diary entries and the other through bold, striking art—converge as a girl unravels the mystery of the abandoned building next door. Pam Smy’s Thornhill is a haunting exploration of human connection, breathtakingly illustrated and masterfully told. (TEEN FIC SMY)

Little Monsters / Kara Thomas

When Kacey moves in with her estranged father and his new family, her new friend goes missing and Kacey finds herself at the center of the investigation. (TEEN FIC THOMAS)

 

“A book is a dream that you hold in your hand.” ~Neil Gaiman

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