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Teen BOOK TITLES PUBLISHED IN JUNE 2017
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Aftercare Instructions by Bonnie Pipkin
Questioning everything after deciding to terminate an unexpected pregnancy, 17-year-old Genesis works to establish her identity apart from her ex while confronting her most painful memories and rediscovering a long-forgotten dream. A first novel.
And Then There Were Four by Nancy Werlin
Five very different students at a private high school unite under mysterious circumstances and struggle to survive after discovering that their parents
are trying to kill them. By the Edgar Award-winning author of The Killer’s Cousin.
Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios
Longing to escape her intimidating stepfather and obsessive mother, an aspiring artist falls in love with a charming young man who gradually reveals a
controlling and dangerous nature. By the author of Something Real.
Be True to Me by Adele Griffin
Smitten with a boy who prefers her to her glamorous older sister, Jean, an insecure, wealthy girl spending the summer of 1976 on Fire Island, finds herself ruthlessly competing against an underprivileged rival for the boy’s affections. By the author of The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone.
The Beautiful Lost by Luanne Rice
Struggling with severe depression that she believes can only be alleviated if she is able to reunite with her absent mother, Maia embarks on a road trip in the company of her crush, who reveals his own dark secrets and a desire to escape his past. By the best-selling author of The Secret Language of
Boy by Blake Nelson
A companion novel to cult favorite Girl follows a popular boy’s perspective-changing relationship with a dramatic and tragedy-marked newcomer who compels him to pursue interests he never knew he had. By the author of Recovery Road.
Dividing Eden by Joelle Charbonneau
When their father and older sibling are killed by assassins, a pair of royal twins who were never destined to rule are forced to compete against each other in a dangerous trial that is shaped by the schemes of a power-hungry ruling council. By the best-selling author of the Testing trilogy.
Eden Summer by Liz Flanagan
When her best friend inexplicably goes missing, Jess retraces the life-changing summer they spent together and begins questioning everything she assumed she knew about her friend as she is forced to look back on the buried secrets they shared. A first novel.
Generation One by Pittacus Lore
A standalone sequel to the bestselling I Am Number Four series takes place a year after the events of United as One and fi nds Earth’s teens attending
the newly created Garde academy, where they learn to hone abilities triggered by Loric energy. Lorien Legacies Reborn No. 1
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee
Two friends on a Grand Tour of 18th-century Europe stumble across a magical artifact that leads them from Paris to Venice in a dangerous manhunt shaped by pirates, highwaymen and their growing attraction to one another.
If Birds Fly Back by Carlie Sorosiak
Becoming fascinated by disappearances after her sister runs away without saying goodbye, Linny pursues the story of a famous missing filmmaker who is also an object of obsession for a young science enthusiast who wonders about the identity of his birth father. A first novel.
The Impossible Vastness of Us by Samantha Young
Hiding the unpopularity of her past after moving into the Boston home of her wealthy blended family, India discovers that her new stepsister is struggling with private realities that contrast with the veneer of her high-profile romance.
Internet Famous by Danika Stone
Building a wildly popular blog, Internet sensation Madison establishes a high-profile romance with a fellow pop-culture geek and worries about the strength of their bond in the wake of difficult real-life setbacks. By the author of All the Feels.
Into the Hurricane by Neil Connelly
A girl who is preparing to scatter her father’s ashes and a boy who is planning to commit suicide meet at the same beloved vacation lighthouse only to be swept up by an unpredicted hurricane that forces them to make terrible choices in order to survive. By the author of The Miracle Stealer.
Julia Defiant by Catherine Egan
A follow-up to Julia Vanishes finds Julia and her motley companions desperately fleeing a band of assassins while struggling to protect magic-bound Theo from power-hungry Casimir and navigating Julia’s increasingly monstrous powers. Witch’s Child No. 2
Juniper Lemon’s Happiness Index by Julie Israel
Discovering a break-up letter to an unnamed recipient months after the death of her sister, grieving 16-year-old Juniper resolves to discover the identity of the person her sister was writing to in the hope of finding closure. A first novel.
The Leaf Reader by Emily Arsenault
Offering tea-leaf readings to support her troublemaking brother and eccentric grandmother in the aftermath of her mother’s abandonment, Marnie is
approached for help by her school’s basketball star, who has been wrongly implicated in the disappearance of his best friend.
Liberty: The Spy Who Kind of Liked Me by Andrea Portes
Devastated when the government appears to write off her journalist parents after they are kidnapped by terrorists, Paige is contacted by an undercover operative who offers help in exchange for her assistance investigating the findings of an infamous whistleblower whom Paige admires. By the author of Anatomy of a Misfit.
Little Wrecks by Meredith Miller
Keenly aware of the secrets, indifference and violence toward women that occur within the private homes of their Long Island town, three girls refuse to become complacent and begin fighting against the abuse and discrimination until an opportunity challenges their bonds and determination to
leave the community. A first novel.
Midnight at the Electric by Jodi Lynn Anderson
A teen from the latter half of the 21st century, having been chosen to travel to Mars, investigates the fates of a girl whose prospects for immortality were ended by the Dust Bowl and a girl from World War I who attempted to rescue a childhood friend. By the best-selling author of the May Bird trilogy.
Murder Among the Stars by Adam Shankman & Laura L. Sullivan
Invited to posh Hearst Castle after clearing her name of a suspected murder charge, Lulu Kelly, accompanied by her boyfriend, competes against another rising Hollywood celebrity for a coveted role only to find herself targeted by a murderer who is picking off starlets.
Now I Rise by Kiersten White
A sequel to the bestselling And I Darken finds a vengeful Lada striking out at anyone who stands in her way and fi nding herself unexpectedly rejected by her skillful brother, Radu, who reluctantly works as a spy for a power-hungry Mehmed. And I Darken No. 2
Obsidian and Stars by Julie Eshbaugh
A sequel to Ivory and Bone finds Mya working to secure her future with Kol only to find herself facing an impossible choice when her brother arranges a terrible marriage that forces Mya to flee from dangerous past rivals.
Once and for All by Sarah Dessen
Gaining considerable experience while working for her cynical mother’s successful wedding-planner business throughout her high school years, Louna holds her own wary beliefs about love before charming playboy Ambrose joins the company and dares her to date while he attempts a long-term relationship with one woman.
Our Dark Duet by Victoria Schwab
A sequel to This Savage Song finds August Flynn and Kate Harker leading the battle between monsters and humans to prevent V-City from succumbing to chaos, only to be confronted by an unusual monster who lures Kate home to confront a former enemy. Monsters of Verity No. 2
Pawns by Willo Davis Roberts
Cherishing the time she spends with an elderly neighbor who took her in after the deaths of her parents, Teddi resolves to protect her guardian from a
scheming daughter-in-law who is hiding a cruel secret. By the Edgar Award-winning author of The Girl With the Silver Eyes.
Perfect Ten by L. Philips
Enduring loneliness for two years after breaking up with the only other gay guy in his school, Sam impulsively agrees to try a friend’s Wiccan love spell before finding himself pursued by three romantic prospects who force him to consider what kind of relationship he truly wants. By the author of My Faire Lady.
Prisoner of War: A Novel of World War II by Michael P. Spradlin
Lying about his age so that he can join the Marines during World War II, Henry Forrest encounters brutality beyond his imagining when his unit is shipped to the Philippines and imprisoned in a Japanese labor camp, where he finds kindness and brotherhood among his fellow prisoners of war. By the best-selling author of the Youngest Templar trilogy.
Reign of Serpents by Eleanor Herman
A next entry in the popular quartet that includes Legacy of Kings finds Prince Alexander progressively succumbing to the evil influence of Smoke Blood magic, while his betrothed travels from afar to unite their kingdoms against the darkness that threatens both realms. Blood of Gods and Royals No. 3
The Road to Epoli by James Parks & Ben Costa
A walking, talking, singing skeleton minstrel who has mysteriously retained his soul within the confines of the dungeon where he has been imprisoned departs with his sidekick, a gelatinous monster, to investigate clues about his identity in snippets of a song he hears in his dreams. Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo No. 1
Roar by Cora Carmack
Groomed to be an ideal ruler despite an absence of the magical abilities shared by her predecessors, Aurora is committed by her mother to an arranged marriage with a brooding prince from another kingdom whose secrets compel Aurora to investigate allegations of black-market magic. A first young adult novel by the author of the best-selling Losing It.
Romeo, Juliet & Jim by Larry Schwarz & Iva-Marie Palmer
A modern-day adaptation of the classic Shakespeare romance finds the heirs to the two greatest fashion houses of Paris struggling with their feuding
families and growing attraction to each other before a mysterious rugged American swoops in with an agenda of his own that leads to a complicated love triangle.
Royal Bastards by Andrew Shvarts
Despising the illegitimacy that has caused her titled father to abandon her in favor of his trueborn children, 16-year-old Tilla explores long-forgotten tunnels beneath her castle home along with her stablehand half-brother before unexpectedly befriending a visiting princess and stumbling on a crime they were never meant to witness. Royal Bastards No. 1
Saints and Misfits by S. K. Ali
Struggling to secure her identity as an Arab Indian-American hijabi teen who loves pop culture and aspires to a career in photography, Janna Yusuf falls for a boy she cannot date and considers exposing a person with a monstrous nature who is pretending to be a saint in their tightknit Muslim community. A first novel.
The Sandcastle Empire by Kayla Olson
When the world is taken over by a powerful and brutal ruling body that controls the planet’s resources, Eden loses everything and resolves to survive
by finding her way to a neutral island where her efforts to track down a friend are challenged by lethal enemies and traps.
Soldier Boy by Keely Hutton. Afterword by Ricky Richard Anywar.
A tale based on the true story of a heroic child soldier from Uganda follows the experiences of young Ricky, who after being abducted and forced into
Joseph Kony’s rebel army in the late 1980s manages to escape and create the internationally acclaimed Friends of Orphans charity. A first novel.
Such a Good Girl by Amanda K. Morgan
Determined perfectionist Riley plans out an idyllic, no-nonsense life marked by a crush on her French teacher, her conviction that she is nothing like a
regular teen and a game she fully intends to win at any cost. By the author of Secrets, Lies, and Scandals.
Summer Unscripted by Jen Klein
Wishing for the focused direction that her peers exhibit as graduation approaches, Rainie pursues a boy whom she is sure she is destined to love before
finding her head turned by a co-worker with a complicated past. By the Emmy-nominated author of Shuffle, Repeat.
Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee
When a shout-out by a famed vlogger causes her own web series to go viral, Tash embarks on an ambitious project marked by her love of Tolstoy, adoring fans, high pressure, a cyberflirtation with a fellow award nominee and her secret asexual orientation. By the author of Lucky Few.
Thief’s Cunning by Sarah Ahiers
A companion to Assassin’s Heart picks up 18 years later and follows the quest of infamous assassin’s niece Allegra, who is questioning what she has been told by the clippers and teaming up with Traveler youth Nev to uncover the truth about her family.
This Impossible Light by Lily Myers
The YouTube slam poetry star of Shrinking Women presents a novel in verse centering around the challenges of body image, tracing the experiences of a teen who develops bulimia in her effort to find purpose, control and confi dence in response to her family’s dysfunction and a best friend’s estrangement.
Trusting You & Other Lies by Nicole Williams
Dreading having to go to family summer camp when her constantly fighting parents decide it may help, Phoenix finds herself partnered with a know-it-all head counselor who she finds attractive in spite of their interpersonal clashes. By the best-selling author of Crash.
Twisted Summer by Willo Davis Roberts
A rerelease of an Edgar Award-winning novel by the author of The Girl With the Silver Eyes follows the experiences of a girl who searches for the truth
when two of her classmates are caught in the crosshairs of a murder mystery.
Two Roads From Here by Teddy Steinkellner
Five high school seniors have the opportunity to experience two parallel outcomes of life-altering decisions, including whether or not to participate in a football game with a head injury, leave a sick parent to attend college, cheat on the SATs to gain acceptance into a dream school, have sex and admit to loving someone. By the author of Trash Can Days.
The Unlikelies by Carrie Firestone
Five teens forge an unlikely alliance to embark on a summer of vigilante good samaritanism throughout their community until an effort to intervene on behalf of a heroin-using friend finds them in over their heads. By the author of The Loose Ends List.
Want by Cindy Pon
A tale set in a heavily polluted Taipei of the near future follows the efforts of a group of teens to save their city in the face of social divisions that enable
the wealthy to secure long, protected lives while the poor suffer illness and early death.
What I Lost by Alexandra Ballard
Hospitalized after succumbing to severe anorexia, 16-year-old Elizabeth attempts to endure the program in the hope of resuming her anorexic practices
after she is released, a plan that is complicated by her mother’s unhealthy relationship with food and a secret admirer who may be playing a cruel trick.
Wildman by J. C. Geiger
A scholarship winner arrives in a small town where nobody knows him before he embarks on an odyssey of travel and exploration that finds him drifting far from his high-achieving life in the company of the first girl who has ever let him feel like himself. A first novel.
Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley
Returning to the city and bookstore of her youth, years after tucking a love letter to her crush, Henry, within the pages of his favorite book, Rachel embarks on a revelatory correspondence with Henry as she works alongside him at the bookstore and finds herself falling in love with him all over again.