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.
What Light by Jay Asher
Sierra lives two lives: one on her family’s Christmas tree farm in Oregon and the other in California, where they sell their wares for the season. She manages to keep these two lives in balance until she meets Caleb. Despite his troubled past, disapproval, misconceptions, and suspicions Sierra is drawn to him. Can true love transcend it all?
Every Hidden Thing by Kenneth Oppel
Samuel and his father are searching the Badlands for the bones of the famed Black Beauty, a massive dinosaur. So are Rachel and her father. Each has their own reasons for needing to be the first to make the discovery. Despite their fathers’ rivalry, the two are drawn together in a romance that can never survive.
Memory Girl by Linda Joy Singleton
In ShareHaven, death is not the end. Memories are harvested and transplant into another body. Jennza has been raised knowing that someday she will join a Family and receive the memories of one of their beloved lost family members. Although the other teens are excited by the prospect, Jennza worries. After receiving a lifetime of new memories, will Jennza still be Jennza?
The Assassin Game by Kirsty McKay
At Cate’s isolated boarding school, Killer is more than a game—it’s an elite secret society. When Cate’s finally invited to join the Assassins’ Guild, she know it’s her ticket to finally feeling like she belongs. But when the game becomes all too real, the school threatens to shut it down. Can she find the real assassin before she’s the next target?
Look Past by Eric Devine
First Mary, daughter of a pastor, is murdered. Then someone begins sending Avery, a transgender boy, disturbing messages claiming Mary’s murder was revenge for her friendship with Avery. And the killer demands Avery repent for changing his gender identity, or he will be the next one killed. Can Avery deny who he is to catch Mary’s killer? Or will sacrificing himself be the ultimate betrayal?