Ashleigh was humiliated when the private photo she sent her boyfriend got out. Now she must cope with painful taunts, court-ordered community service, and heartbreak.
House of Secrets by Chris Columbus
After moving into a mansion once owned by novelist Denver Kristoff, the Walker siblings are hurled into another world: the world of Kristoff’s strange tales. Black-and-white illustrations.
The Path of Names by Ari Goelman
The deal? Go to Camp Aravra “to meet some Jewish kids” and please her parents, then magic camp. But once at Aravra, Dahlia sees two girls Vanish through a cabin wall!
Rapture Practice by Aaron Hartzler
As a kid raised by strictly religious parents, Aaron Hartzler learned to appreciate godly things. As a teen, he learned to enjoy worldly things—and lie about them. A memoir.
Templar by Jordan Mechner
The King frames the Templars for heresy, wanting their wealth. But Martin and a few knights escape, and they plan to retrieve the treasure themselves. Full-color illustrations.
The Apprentices by Maile Meloy
Sequel to The Apothecary Who got Janie kicked out of school? Who stole her revolutionary science experiment—and why? And where is Janie’s friend Benjamin when she needs him? Black-and-white illustrations done in ink and acrylic paint.
The Sea of Monsters: The Graphic Novel by Rick Riordan
A game of dodgeball turning into a battle with monsters? That’s just the beginning for Percy Jackson in the latest graphic-novel adaptation of his mythic adventures. Full-color illustrations.
The Caged Graves by Dianne K. Salerni
1867: Catawissa, Pennsylvania. When Verity Boone returns to her hometown, no one can explain to her why her mother was buried on unhallowed land, in a caged grave.
The Wells Bequest by Polly Shulman
A Companion to The Grimm Legacy When a miniature time machine appears in Leo’s bedroom, he doesn’t recognize the tiny, beautiful girl riding it. But he certainly recognizes himself as the other rider!
17 & Gone by Nova Ren Suma
“Girls go missing every day.” Lauren is haunted by these missing seventeen-year-olds. Will she decipher their cryptic messages before she, too, is simply gone?
In Too Deep by Coert Voorhees
Annie, a history buff with a weakness for sunken treasure, is psyched to use her scuba skills in an underwater hunt. That is, until someone tries to drown her.
The Drowned Cities by Paolo Bacigalupi
When soldiers destroy their town, Mahlia must make a decision—risk everything to rescue Mouse, the boy who once saved her, or flee on her own to safety.
Ruins by Orson Scott Card
Rigg and his friends have crossed the Wall into a world as dangerous as the one they left. There, they learn they must change the past to avoid a future disaster.
The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen
Living in a beach town, “we’re always just supporting players in someone else’s summer, so we stay the same.” But the summer before college, Emaline craves change.
Second Impact by David Klass
On blogs for the high-school paper, Jerry, a quarterback, and his classmate Carla start a public debate about the lasting effects of football injuries.
September Girls by Bennett Madison
There’s something strange about the small beach town where Sam is staying for the summer. Beautiful blond girls are everywhere—and they want him.
Below by Meg McKinlay
“The day that I was born, they drowned my town. The mayor flipped a lever, and everybody cheered.” Cassie discovers why Mayor Finkle wants to keep the water deep.
Criminal by Terra Elan McVoy
Nikki helps her boyfriend commit and cover up a terrible crime. When the police start asking questions, she is caught between love and remorse.
Promised by Caragh M. O 'Brien
The Birthmarked Trilogy, Book Three Since Gaia Stone escaped the Enclave, its leadership has only grown more brutal. Now, Gaia must return—and pay the price to save her people.
Bluffton by Matt Phelan
Buster Keaton was exceptional in many ways: talented, brave, unschooled, and fiercely independent. But what was he like as a friend? Author’s note. Photograph of Buster Keaton as a teenager. Full-color watercolor illustrations.
Witch Fire by Laura Powell
Sequel to Burn Mark On the hunt for terrorists, Lucas and Glory infiltrate an elite boarding school. There, they learn about an experimental brain implant that blocks the power of the fae.
Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong by Prudence Shen illustrations by Faith Erin Hicks
The student council’s funding decision means that the robotics club and the cheerleaders must work together—to win a battlebot competition. On Thanksgiving. Black-and-white illustrations.