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.
The Memory Book by Lara Avery
When Sammie learns a rare genetic disorder will slowly steal her memories and then her health, she creates a Memory Book. She writes notes to her future self and records moments great and small, including every perfect detail of her first date with longtime crush and memories of her former best friend.
Property of the State by Bill Cameron (The Legend of Joey, Book One)
Joey Getchie has been property of the state longer than he was in parental custody. A false accusation leads to a fight with his foster father and Joey runs away, hiding out at his part time job hoping to lie low until he graduates. When a classmate, with whom Joey had a violent confrontation the year before, is injured in a hit and run, he becomes the main suspect.
And I Darken by Kiersten White (The Conquerors Saga, Book One)
Ever since Lada and her brother were taken from their homeland to be raised in the Ottoman courts, Lada has known that being ruthless is the key to survival. When she meets Mehmed, son of the sultan, Lada wonders if she’s finally found someone she can trust. But Mehmed is heir to the very empire that Lada has sworn to fight against.
Away Running by David Wright and Luc Bouchard
Matt and Free never imagined they would be playing American football in Paris, especially with a team from the poverty-stricken suburb called Villeneuve. Nothing in Matt’s privileged Montreal background has prepared him for the racial tension he encounters. And Free just wants to play football and forget what’s going on back home in Texas.
Never Missing, Never Found by Amanda Panitch
Stolen from her family as a young girl, Scarlett was lucky enough to eventually escape her captor. Now a teen, she’s starting a summer job at an amusement park. When a girl from the park goes missing, old memories come rushing back. And now as she meets her new coworkers, one of the girls seems strangely familiar…