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Teen BOOK TITLES PUBLISHED IN JULY 2017
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All the Ways the World Can End by Abigail Sher
Devastated by her father’s terminal cancer and her best friend’s move to another city, Lenny envisions world-ending disasters and stockpiles supplies in a backyard bunker before developing an inappropriate crush and finding the courage to reconcile herself to painful changes. By the author of Kissing Snowflakes.
Amid Stars and Darkness by Chani Lynn Feener
Accidentally kidnapped by a head bodyguard after being mistaken for an alien princess who is hiding on Earth to escape an arranged marriage, an ordinary teen is forced to impersonate her doppelganger to prevent an intergalactic war and the enslavement of the human race. A first novel. Xenith Trilogy No. 1
The Art of Starving by Sam J. Miller
A gay teen with an eating disorder that he believes gives him supernatural mental clarity decides to infiltrate the life of a bully responsible for driving away his sister, an effort that leads to a greater awareness of body image, self-acceptance and the things he cannot control.
Ash and Quill by Rachel Caine
Imprisoned in Philadelphia after fleeing London, Jess and his band of exiles confront book-burning adversaries before striking a bargain to share their knowledge about a machine capable of breaking the Library’s rule. By the best-selling author of the Outcast Season series. The Great Library No. 3
The Bakersville Dozen by Kristina McBride
Made infamous by a viral video that depicts her and a dozen girls in compromising positions, a fed-up Bailey, tired of bad publicity and anxious that
some of the other girls have gone missing, joins a scavenger hunt only to be blackmailed into risking her life to save her classmates.
Bombshell by Rowan Maness
An ordinary teen who has a tight-knit group of friends uses a series of fake online identities to live out her fantasies and escape suburban boredom before an anonymous email threatens to expose her to everyone in her real and online worlds. By the author of Valentine Bell.
Buried Heart by Kate Elliott
Positioned at the heart of a revolution instigated by a Commoner class that seeks to dethrone its Patron overlords, Jessamy searches for a way to unite the warring classes in order to defend the land from enemy foreign attackers, in the explosive finale to the New York Times best-selling series. Court of Fives No. 3
Dark Goddess by Amalie Howard
A sequel to Alpha Goddess finds Sera scrambling to detect the source of a scourge of demons that threaten the stability of the heavens, compelling the
goddess of destruction and her twin to target the Mortal Realm. By the award-winning author of the Riven Chronicles series.
Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody
Coming of age within the smoldering borders of the Gomorrah Festival’s traveling carnival of fantasy, Sorina uses her rare illusion-creating talents to create family members that she believes do not really exist, until one of them is murdered. A first novel.
The Disappearances by Emily Bain Murphy
Sent to live in a faraway rural community after their secretive mother’s death, Aila and her younger brother are targeted by locals who blame their mother for a mysterious phenomenon that triggers the disappearances of sensory and mental experiences every seven years. A first novel.
The Ends of the World by Maggie Hall
A conclusion to the popular series finds Avery confronting dangerous truths about the Circle of Twelve and her own identity while navigating complications in her relationships with Jack and Stellan and a dangerous conspiracy that pits them against threats in multiple countries. Conspiracy of Us No. 3
Everything All at Once by Katrina Leno
When her struggles with anxiety worsen in the aftermath of a family death, Lottie is bequeathed a series of letters from her late aunt, a best-selling author, who leaves instructions to help Lottie overcome her fears and explore her own literary voice. By the author of The Lost & Found.
First We Were IV by Alexandra Sirowy
To cement their bond of friendship, four teens form a secret society devoted to perpetrating mischief that rights wrongs and pays back debts, but when their escapades gain unexpected attention and begin spiraling out of control, the friends discover that they will have to pay the ultimate price. By the author of The Telling.
Flight Risk by Jennifer Fenn
A debut novel inspired by true events relates the story about a teenage boy who has stolen — and crashed — not one, but three airplanes, and each time he’s walked away unscathed. A first novel.
Forever in Love by Susane Colasanti
A conclusion to the popular trilogy that includes, Lost in Love, finds Sadie, Darcy and Rosanna preparing for a bittersweet end to an adventurous summer of self-discovery, heartbreak and working through trauma. City Love No. 3
Fragile Like Us by Sara Barnard
Inseparable best friends Caddy and Rosie find their longtime bond tested by the arrival of newcomer Suzanne, whose determination to break free from her past is marked by an unsettling downward spiral that triggers shifting alliances and perspective changes.
The Gallery of Unfinished Girls by Lauren Karcz
Struggling with creative blocks in the wake of her abuela’s coma and her unrequited feelings for her best friend, Mercedes is invited to join a mysterious artist neighbor at the latter’s estate, where she taps her creativity in unprecedented ways but remains unable to reconnect with her art in the outside world. A first novel.
Haunt Me by Liz Kessler
Feeling instantly at home in her haunted bedroom after moving in the wake of a rough year, Erin senses an inexplicable connection to the ghost of a teen boy, Joe, before finding herself equally drawn to Joe’s once-popular brother, Olly. By the best-selling author of the Emily Windsnap series.
Hello, Sunshine by Leila Howland
Rejected by every college on her list, a prepschool misfit with Hollywood dreams moves to Los Angeles determined to land an agent and an acting job in one year, a goal that compels her to post a few short videos with the help of a couple of friends only to catch the attention of a television producer.
I See London, I See France by Sarah Mlynowski
Planning what she dreams will be the perfect European tour with her best friend, 19-year-old Sydney finds her vacation challenged by a cheating boyfriend, an unexpected crush and her mother’s deteriorating mental health. By the best-selling author of Fishbowl.
The Inevitable Collision of Birdie & Bash by Candace Ganger
Meeting at a party that neither of them were supposed to attend, a boy struggling with grades and his mother’s chemo treatments and a girl who loves science are bound to each other by a horrifying tragedy that changes their lives in unexpected ways and leads to a profound romance.
The Lake Effect by Erin McCahan
Fleeing hometown troubles for a summer job on Lake Michigan, Briggs Henry is fl oored by his elderly employer’s announcement that he will be helping her plan her imminent funeral, an arrangement further complicated by social gaffes, beach activities and a mystifying girl next door who completely resists his charms.
The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell
Raised to steal magical artifacts from a sinister Order that traps her people in a magical New York, thief Esta uses her time-manipulating abilities to travel back to 1902 to steal an ancient spell book that a wizard plans to use to destroy all magic-wielding people. By the author of Unhooked.
The Library of Fates by 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.
Little Monsters by Kara Thomas
A psychological thriller by the author of The Darkest Corners finds Kacey moving from her volatile mother’s home to the peaceful home of her father, stepmother and stepsiblings before being welcomed into a tight circle of friends who prove mercurial and manipulative in socially destructive ways.
Lucky in Love by Kasie West
A diligent teen who believes more in hard work than luck astonishingly wins the lottery and is catapulted into a life of wealth and unwanted attention before she falls for a boy who does not seem to know about her circumstances. By the author of P.S. I Like You.
No Good Deed by Kara Connolly
A teen archer seeking to qualify for the Olympics makes a wrong turn that lands her in medieval England at the site of the infamous Nottingham Castle, where she uses her skills in the style of Robin Hood to alleviate suffering before confronting a choice that could change history.
A Promising Life: Coming of Age With America by Emily Arnold McCully
Offered an education in bustling 19th-century St. Louis, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, the son of the great Sacagawea, enjoys lessons, duels, dances, elections and new friends while considering difficult choices in the wake of injustices inflicted by Captain Clark on Native Americans. By the Caldecott Medal-winning creator of Mirette on the High Wire.
Rosie Girl by Julie Shepard
Forced to live with her dysfunctional stepfamily after her father’s death, 17-year-old Rosie, desperate to escape, resolves to find her birthmother while keeping the secret about her best friend’s work as a prostitute, a situation that is further complicated by a romance, creepy texts from one of her friend’s clients and a profound secret. A first novel.
The Savage Dawn by Melissa Grey
Challenged to master overwhelming powers after awakening the Firebird, Echo is pitted against a dark Dragon Prince who declares war to establish Drakharin supremacy over the Avicen, in a conclusion to the series that includes The Shadow Hour. Girl at Midnight No. 3
The Silence by Mark Alpert
A conclusion to the popular trilogy that includes The Siege finds Adam networking with a new Pioneer, Amber, for help controlling his electronic mental abilities only to be confronted by the apocalyptic realities of Amber’s warped software. Six No. 3
16 Ways to Break a Heart by Lauren Strasnick
A sophisticated breakup story told through letters, texts and emails follows the experiences of an ex-boyfriend who, in the aftermath of a failed relationship, reads 16 letters by the former girlfriend who spells out the humiliating reasons they broke up and imparts one final message.
Somebody’s Baby by Lurlene McDaniel
Warned to avoid the complications of responding to fans who ask for favors, a rising music star is unable to ignore an email from some one claiming to be her half sister, a situation that compels a hometown visit to face a past she has worked hard to leave behind. By the best-selling author of The Year of Luminous Love.
Song of the Dark Crystal By J. M. Lee. Illus by Cory Godbey.
A second entry in the official prequel series to Jim Henson’s classic film picks up immediately after the events of Shadows of the Dark Crystal and follows Naia and Kylan as they seek help from the Gelfl ing clans to prevent the Skeksis from implementing the next stage of their terrible plan. Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal No. 2
The Special Ones by Em Bailey
Struggling with growing uncertainties about the cult leader who watches and punishes his inside charges, broadcasting their lives to outside followers, a fearful Esther tries to play her part perfectly to avoid the mysterious fate that befalls anyone whom her leader determines is in need of renewal. By the
award-winning author of Shift.
This Is How It Happened by Paula Stokes
Waking up from a coma unable to remember the accident that has ended her near-famous boyfriend’s life, Genevieve slowly pieces together the night’s events, which have been blamed on another driver, and becomes increasingly aware that she may have caused the accident.
Unraveling by Sara Ella
Eliyana continues her journey toward the throne while she tries to figure out her relationship with Ky and how it might be connected to the powerful magical gifts known as the Callings. Unblemished No. 2
Vanguard by Ann Aguirre
A companion book to the best-selling trilogy reunites Deuce, Fade and Tegan as they embark on an epic voyage to help Szarok, the Urochvanguard, save his people, a quest that is complicated by stormy seas and Tegan’s forbidden feelings for her new friend. Razorland No. 4
Vindicated by M. G. Reyes
Hiding out in the wake of devastating confrontations and bad decisions, the six Venice Beach housemates find their survival threatened by the disappearance of one of their number, an unexpected romance, a betrayal and terrible secrets. Emancipated No. 3
A Void the Size of the World by Rachele Alpine
The sister of a missing girl blames herself for the indiscretion that led to her sister’s disappearance, a situation that is further complicated by accusations directed at her sister’s boyfriend and her own difficulties with moving on.
Waste of Space by Gina Damico
Cast in a bogus reality show designed to emulate a space mission, 10 teens become subject to the drama and scrutiny of fame before their communication is severed and they are challenged to survive while trapped in a desert warehouse set. By the author of the Croak trilogy.
What to Say Next by Julie Buxbaum
Distancing herself from her friends when she realizes that nobody she knows will understand the difficulties she is facing in the wake of her father’s death, Kit impulsively sits at the lunch table beside longtime loner David, with whom she forges an unexpected connection. By the best-selling author of Tell Me Three Things.
Who’s That Girl by Blair Thornburgh
Living life under the radar with her gay-straight alliance friends, junior Nattie McCullough reevaluates her shared history with a musician who writes a chart-topping song about her before she falls for a close friend and becomes the subject of media gossip. A first novel.
Witchtown by Cory Putnam Oakes
Arriving at a famous witch haven she intends to rob with the help of her manipulative mother, 16-year-old Macie discovers that secrets are a more valuable currency in the historically rich community.
Words on Bathroom Walls by Julia Walton
Diagnosed with severe schizophrenia that causes him to see and hear people who are not there, Adam begins a drug trial to help him with his hallucinations at the same time he falls in love with an intelligent girl that he wants to prevent from discovering his secret.
The Wrong Train by Jeremy de Quidt
A treasury of scary stories by the author of The Toymaker envisions the experiences of a train passenger who becomes subject to the nightmarish elements in stories told by a mysterious stranger, who demands a terrible price to make the stories end.