Hélène is an outcast in her grade, her only consolation reading Jane Eyre. Even seeing a lovely fox doesn’t make her feel better. But maybe a new friendship will. Full-color mixed-media illustrations.
How to Love by Katie Cotugno
Reena loved Sawyer . . . until he got her pregnant and skipped town. Three years later, Sawyer is back and Reena is determined to ignore his apologies—and his charms.
The Song of the Quarkbeast by Jasper Fforde
Series: The Chronicles of Kazam, Book 2 The Great Zambini, Lady Mawgon, the Quarkbeast, and other zany characters from The Last Dragonslayer are back—and Jennifer Strange must somehow manage them all.
The Midnight Dress by Karen Foxlee
In need of a dress, Rose visits a reclusive seamstress rumored to be the town witch. The decision begets a surprising friendship—and a shocking tragedy.
The League by Thatcher Heldring
Tired of always playing by the rules, this summer Wyatt ditches golf camp to secretly play football with his older—and tougher—brother in the “League of Pain.”
Hard Luck by Jeff Kinney
Series: Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Book 8 In this eighth volume of the best-selling series, Greg Heffley is on a friendship-losing streak. When he feels his luck has run out, Greg turns to a Magic 8 Ball for answers.
Open Mic Edited by Mitali Perkins
“Once you’ve shared a laugh with someone, it’s almost impossible to see them as ‘other.’” Mitali Perkins and nine other YA authors share humorous stories about race and culture.
The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater
Series: The Raven Cycle, Book 2 Ronan perfects his ability to steal objects from dreams; Blue fights her feelings for Gansey; and Adam learns exactly what he sacrificed to wake Henrietta’s ley lines.
Fallout by Todd Strasser
One terrible night in 1962, neighbors crowd into Scott’s family’s small bomb shelter. An alternate history inspired by the Cuban Missile Crisis and the shelter built by the author’s father.
The Screaming Staircase by Jonathan Stroud
Series: Lockwood & Co., Book 1 Lucy Carlyle has joined Anthony Lockwood’s Psychic Detection Agency, which is soon almost bankrupt. So the three teens are forced to take on one of London’s scariest hauntings.
Saints by Gene Luen Yang
Series: Boxers & Saints, Volume 2 China, 1898: Shunned by her family, Four-Girl finds meaning in Christianity. But during the Boxer Rebellion, being a Christian is dangerous. Companion to Boxers. Full-color illustrations.