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.

The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee (The Thousandth Floor, Book One)
A hundred years in the future, New York is a city of innovation and dreams. But people never change. In a tower a thousand stories tall, five teenagers find themselves caught up in each other’s lives in a world full of technology, glamour, greed, and lies.

In-between Days by Vikki Wakefield
When Jacklin (aka “Jack”) drops out of school and moves in with her sister, she thinks she’s finally in control of her own destiny. But when she loses her job and her boyfriend, Jack isn’t sure of anything. As she tries to find her place in the world and falls in love (twice), Jack comes to realize it isn’t finding your path that’s hard, it’s taking the first step in the right direction.

Just Kill Me by Adam Selzer
Business has been slow at Megan’s job at a Chicago ghost tour company. When she realizes that her boss isn’t joking about making stops more haunted by killing people there, she doesn’t quit her job. Until she learns she has an uncanny resemblance to a flapper who disappeared in 1922, and the next ghost on the tour might be her.

The Darkest Hour by Caroline Tung Richmond
After Lucie’s brother was killed by Nazis she volunteered at the Office of Strategic Services in Washington. She expected a desk job. Instead she was tapped to join the Clandestine Operations. Now she’s out to track down and interrogate a Nazi traitor about a weapon that threatens to wipe out all of Western Europe.

The Call by Peadar Ó Guilín
For the last twenty-five years every teenager in Ireland has been subject to “the call” which takes them away to the land of the Sídhe, where they are hunted for twenty four hours (though only three minutes pass in this world)–handicapped by her twisted legs, Nessa Doherty knows that very few return alive, but she is determined to be one of them.

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