New Young Adult Fiction!

We have a fantastic new selection of YA fiction, whatever your tastes. Whether you like science fiction, realistic fiction, mystery, adventure, or fantasy (or something in between), we’ve got you covered! Check out what’s brand new here at the library:

RuinsRuins by Orson Scott Card
Pathfinder: Book 2

To prevent the destruction of his planet, teenaged Rigg Sessamekesh, who can manipulate time, must assume more responsibility when he and others travel back 11,000 years to the arrival of human starships.

See you at Harry'sSee you at Harry’s by Jo Knowles

Twelve-year-old Fern feels invisible in her family, where grumpy eighteen-year-old Sarah is working at the family restaurant, fourteen-year-old Holden is struggling with school bullies and his emerging homosexuality, and adorable, three-year-old Charlie is always the center of attention, and when tragedy strikes, the fragile bond holding the family together is stretched almost to the breaking point.

Dead and BuriedDead and Buried by Kim Harrington

New student Jade uncovers a murder mystery when she moves into a house haunted by the ghost of a beautiful, mean girl who ruled Jade’s high school.

 

Because it is my bloodBecause it is my Blood by Gabrielle Zevin
Birthright: Book 2 

In 2083, seventeen-year-old Anya Balanchine seeks a way to make Balanchine Chocolate legitimate, and although a trip to Mexico gives her new insights and ideas, escaping her mobster family’s legacy of violence may prove impossible.

PoisonPoison by Molly Cochran
Sequel to: Legacy

Katy receives a “gift” of poison that turns her into a killer, while powerful witches stir up trouble, not only at Ainsworth School, but in a world known as Avalon, as well.

BreatheBreathe by Sarah Crossan

“In a barren land, a shimmering glass dome houses the survivors of the Switch, the period when oxygen levels plunged and the green world withered. A state lottery meant a lucky few won safety, while the rest suffocated in the thin air. And now Alina, Quinn, and Bea–an unlikely trio, each with their own agendas, their own longings and fears–walk straight into the heart of danger. With two days’ worth of oxygen in their tanks, they leave the dome. What will happen on the third day?”– Provided by publisher.

There are too many new books to mention in this post, so come by to see our great YA fiction display and check out our Online Teen Book Club for more ideas!

Enjoy,

Bronwen

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