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Squad by Maggie Tokuda-Hall

Becca is new to Piedmont High and quickly attracts the attention of the most popular girls in school. To her confusion and amazement, they want her to join their squad – sit with them at lunch, go shopping after school, and attend parties. At one said party, Becca finds herself being led into the woods […]

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A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder

5 years ago the quiet town of Fairview, Connecticut was rocked by a murder-suicide involving two teenagers. 17 year old Pippa Fitz-Amobi, however, doesn’t believe that Sal Singh actually murdered his girlfriend, Andie Bell, and then killed himself days later. So when it’s time to declare her senior capstone project, she decides to investigate and […]

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YALSA’S Best Fiction for Young Adults

YALSA (the Young Adult Library Services Administration) recently released their 2021 list of the best fiction for young adults. Pictured below are the top 10. To see the complete list, visit here. Click on the image to request a copy!

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Concrete Rose by Angie Thomas

Concrete Rose is New York Times Best-selling author, Angie Thomas’s third book. A prequel to The Hate U Give, Concrete Rose tells the story of Maverick Carter (father of Starr) as a teenager in the ’90s. At 17 years old, Mav is in a gang (his father was the leader before being sent to jail) […]

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YALSA’s Great Graphic Novels for Teens

YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Administration) recently released their 2021 list of Great Graphic Novels for Teens. Pictured below are the Top 10. To view the entire list, please visit here. Click on the image to request a copy!

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Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares

Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares by Cohn and Levithan is perfect for anyone wanting to read a quick (and adorable) Christmas book this season! Lily decides to leave a red notebook nestled between her favorite books at famed NYC Bookstore, The Strand. In the notebook are a series of a clues and dares for […]

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Holiday Reads

Looking for a holiday read? Check out these Christmas and Hanukkah books! Christmas stories Christmas and Hanukkah

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Native American Heritage Month

November has been recognized as Native American Heritage Month since President George H.W. Bush’s proclamation in 1990. Visit here for more information. Check out this list of young adult books by and about Native Americans! Non-Fiction Titles Fiction Titles