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.

Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley
Solomon is agoraphobic and hasn’t left the house in three years. Ambitious Lisa desperately wants to get into a college psychology program. So she decides to “fix” Sol. Along with her boyfriend Clark, she wades into Sol’s life and the three become friends. But when their facades fall down, their friendships threaten to collapse, as well.

Flawed by Cecelia Ahern (Flawed, Book One)
Celestine lives a perfect life. She’s a model daughter and sister, student and friend, and girlfriend to the equally perfect Art Crevan. But when makes an instinctive decision and breaks a rule, she faces life-changing repercussions. She could be imprisoned. She could be branded. She could be found flawed.

It Wasn’t Always Like This by Joy Preble
In 1916, Emma and Charlie stopped aging after sampling an experimental polio vaccine. Separated when their families are murdered for their secret, they have lived a hundred years apart and on the run from the descendants of the killers. Now they are closing in on Emma. Will she survive long enough to be reunited with her love?

The Girl I Used to Be by April Henry
Everyone assumes Olivia’s father murdered her mother, though he hasn’t been seen for fourteen years. Now, new evidence proves Olivia’s father was actually murdered on the same fateful day her mother died. That means there’s a killer still at large. It’s up to Olivia to uncover who that may be. But can she do that before the killer tracks her down first?

Mr. Fahrenheit by T. Michael Martin
Benji is tired of his sleepy Midwestern town, and longs for a Moment—the Moment that will redeem and transform his ordinary life. Then he and his friends accidentally shoot down a flying saucer in the local quarry. They try to keep it quiet, but as problems build up he wonders if this is the miracle he’s always dreamed of—or a curse that could destroy them all.



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