What’s New?

Check out these new titles in the Teen Corner at the Moline Public Library. Click on the title to go to the catalog for more information and to place a hold.

Juba! by Walter Dean Myers
Based on the true story of the meteoric rise of an immensely talented young black dancer, William Henry Lane, known as Master Juba, who influenced today’s tap, jazz, and step dancing.

The Many Lives of John Stone by Linda Buckley-Archer
When Spark lands a summer job cataloging historical archives at a remote house in Suffolk, she’s thrilled at the opportunity. She’s less thrilled about living in a house with no modern conveniences. And when she notices the same handwriting in journals that date back hundreds of years, she knows something very odd is going on.

Paper Hearts by Meg Wiviott
A novel in verse, Paper Hearts is the story of survivial, defiance, and friendship. Based on historical events about a group of girls who were slave laborers at the munitions factory in Auschwitz.

Madly by Amy Alward (Potion, Book One)
When the Princess of Nova accidentally takes a love potion meant for her crush, she falls crown-over-heels in love with her own reflection. Samantha’s family used to be the most respected alchemists in the kingdom. Can she find a cure and restore her family’s name?

Serpentine by Cindy Pon (Kingdom of Xia, Book One)
As she turns sixteen, Skybright worries about her growing otherness. She is a companion and handmaid to the youngest daughter of a very wealthy family by day. But nighttime brings with it a darkness that not even daybreak can quell.

 

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