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New Non-Fiction

Poor Your Soul by Mira Ptacin

Mira struggled with a difficult decision during her pregnancy, which is recounted along with stories of her mother's emigration to the United States--and how their family dealt with a terrible loss.

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New Fiction

We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson

Aliens have given Henry 144 days to decide whether to push a button that will prevent Earth's destruction.  But after his boyfriend's suicide, Henry's not sure the world is worth saving.

UnBound by Neal Shusterman

In this collection of short stories, the Unwind Dystology's world faces new challenges as people find ways to resis the inhuman harvesting of healthy teenagers' organs.

Original Fake by Kirstin Cronn-Mills

Illustrations by E. Eero Johnson

Frankie's sister, Lou, is the star of the family, while Frankie feels mostly forgotten.  So, after being inducted into a group of street artists, he starts a project that's part sculpture, part vendetta.  Two-color illustrations.

Bluescreen by Dan Wells

Los Angeles, 2050: When Marisa's friend tries a trendy digital drug, Marisa looks into the unsettling virtual and real-life side effects, uncovering a conspiracy even darker than she imagined.

The Abyss Surrounds Us by Emily Skrutskie

The Neo-Pacific high seas: if Cas wants to live, she must train a pirate queen's baby sea monster.  Swift has been assigned to keep an eye on Cas.  Can they help each other survive?


A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro

Jamie Watson teams up with Charlotte Holmes, Sherlock's mercurial and brilliant descendant, to solve a twisted murder that puts both of them at the scene of the crime.

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More New Fiction

The Mystery of Hollow Places by Rebecca Podos

When Imogene's mystery-novelist father goes missing, Imogene uses skills learned from a lifetime of reading his books to search for him--and her long-absent mother.

Only Love Can Break Your Heart by Ed Tarkington

Seven years ago, Rocky's older brother nearly left Rocky for dead in the woods.  Now a teenager, Rocky has a relationship with a neighbor ten years his senior, reopening family wounds.

Under the Dusty Moon by Suzanne Sutherland

Vic feels lost in her musician mother's shadow.  But with her mom away on tour, a summer of video game design and hanging out with a new boy give Vic a new sense of self.

Thanks for the Trouble by Tommy Wallach

Parker's new friend Zelda, a silver-haired girl he met at the Palace Hotel, is full of surprises-starting with her refusal to take back the cash he stole from her purse.

Front Lines by Michael Grant​

In an alternate history of World War II, an anonymous soldier writes "the story of what happened to a few of us [women] who ended up on the front lines of the greatest war in human history."  Author's note.  Bibliography.

Placebo Junkies by J.C. Carleson

For Audie and her friends, volunteering for medical trials means an easy cash fix.  But as Audie pushes her body's limits to pay for a getaway with her boyfriend, her grip on reality falters.

Calvin by Martine Leavitt

Calvin is sure his new companion, Hobbes the comic-strip tiger, is a hallucination; he's uncertain about his friend, Susie.  So he leads them across frozen Lake Erie to ask Calvin and Hobbes cartoonist Bill Watterson for help.

The Memory of Light by Francisco X. Stork​

After attempting suicide, Vicky joins a group of teen residents at a mental disorders ward.  Together they're facing big questions, including the one Vicky must ask herself:  "do you want to live?"  Author's note.