Check out these new books in the Tween section and the YA corner. Click on the title for more information or to place a hold.
The Hiddenseek by Nate Cernosek
A brother and sister are transported to a strange world based on the game hide-and-seek, where they are pursued by a cursed witch.
One Kid’s Trash by Jamie Sumner
When his father moves them halfway across Colorado, eleven-year-old Hugo O’Donnell is surprised that his remarkable talent for garbology makes him popular for the first time in his life.
Indiana Bones by Harry Heape
Indiana Bones is a shaggy dog with a difference. He’s got superpowers and can sniff out criminals and – with his young friend and owner Aisha – solve mysteries that would flummox the world’s more expert detectives! In their first case, they are on the trail of treasure hidden centuries ago by a legendary knight known as The Lonely Avenger, an adventure which takes them all the way to Egypt and the Pyramids.
Lilla the Accidental Witch by Eleanor Crewes (Graphic Novel)
Shy thirteen-year-old Lilla discovers a book of magic that reveals she is a witch, but also draws the attention of an ancient evil hidden in the woods.
This Poison Heart by Kalynn Bayron
Teenaged Briseis, who possesses a supernatural power over plants, including poisonous ones, inherits a dilapidated estate in rural New York and must protect herself and her family from centuries-old secrets that threaten their lives.
Violet Ghosts by Leah Thomas
Loner Dani and his best friend Sarah, the ghost of a teen murdered decades earlier, team up to help other murdered women who are still tethered to this life.
How We Fall Apart by Katie Zhao
Nancy Luo, Krystal Choi, Akil Patel, and Alexander Lin, juniors at Manhattan’s elite Sinclair Prep, are forced to confront their secrets after Jamie Ruan, once their closest friend, is found dead.
Bad Witch Burning by Jessica Lewis
Sixteen-year-old Katrell uses her witchy powers to talk to the dead and escape her home life, but when she disregards the dead’s warnings to stop, dark forces begin to close in forcing Ketrell to make some hard decisions.
Eyes of the Forest by April Henry
After a bestselling fantasy author disappears, only his biggest fan believes he’s in danger and has the courage to uncover the truth in this fast-paced mystery with a chilling psychological twist.