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 to find the book or place a hold.

The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron
Every twelve years the city of Canaan descends into the bloody chaos of the Forgetting, a day of no remorse, when each person’s memories are lost. Your book is your truth and your identity, and Nadia knows exactly who hasn’t written the truth. Because Nadia is the only person in Canaan who has never forgotten.

The Reader by Traci Chee (Sea of Ink and Gold, Book One)
When her father is murdered, Sefia flees to the forest with her aunt Nin. But when Nin is kidnapped, Sefia is suddenly on her own. Her only clue about what’s happened is a strange rectangular object that once belonged to her father. As she learns to read and discovers the book’s secrets, she finds that nothing is as it seems, and the end of her story is only the beginning.

Still Life with Tornado by A.S. King
Sarah can’t draw anymore. She thinks she’s having an existential crisis. She keeps running into past and future versions of herself as she explores the urban ruins of Philadelphia. Or maybe she’s finally waking up to the tornado that is her family as her parents finally split up. Now Sarah must come to grips with years spent sleepwalking in the ruins of their toxic marriage.

Projekt 1065: A Novel of World War II by Alan Gratz
Michael, originally from Ireland, now lives in Nazi Germany with his parents and has joined the Hitler Youth as expected. But Michael has a secret. He and his parents are spies. When he learns about Projekt 1065, things get even more complicated. He must prove his loyalty to the Hitler Youth at all costs — even if it means risking everything he cares about.

Once, in a Town Called Moth by Trilby Kent
Ana grew up in a tiny Mennonite colony in Bolivia, and her mother fled the colony when Ana was a young girl. Now Ana and her father have also fled, and Ana doesn’t know why. Now in Toronto, she has to make sense of the alien environment and find her place in this new world. But more than anything, she wants to find her mother and understand her father.

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