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.

Worthy by Donna Cooner
Everyone at Linden’s high school is obsessed with Worthy, an app that posts pictures of couples, and asks: Is the girl worthy of the guy? As the votes climb, relationships implode and the comments get real ugly real fast. Linden has other things on her mind. Like cute Alex Rivera. Prom committee. Her writing. But when she starts asking questions about Worthy, she finds the spotlight turned on her.

The Exo Project by Andrew DeYoung
Desperate for money to save his sick mother, Matthew signs up for the Exo Project. He spends 100 years in cryostasis until a planet for resettlement can be found. He thinks it will be a death sentence. Then he lands on Gle’ah, discovering a beautiful society led by Kiva, a captivating teenage girl. Now he’ll have to choose: save the human race or protect Gle’ah from it.

Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett
Bailey and Alex share a love of films and talk all day. He is perfect for her. Except that they’ve never met. Or know each other’s real names. When Bailey moves in with her dad  in the same town where Alex lives, she decides to find him. But tracking someone down based on online conversations alone proves harder than Bailey thought.

100 Hours by Rachel Vincent (100 Hours, Book One)
Maddie and her cousin Genesis have had enough of each other. But when they and their friends are kidnapped and held for ransom deep inside the jungle while on spring break, they can’t escape each other. Genesis knows she’s the reason, and that if they don’t thwart their captors’ plan, no one will make it out alive.

But Then I Came Back by Estelle Laure
Joe has been visiting his lifelong friend Jaz, hoping she’ll wake from her coma. But it’s her roommate, Eden, who wakes up. And she’s afraid she might have dragged something back from the near-afterlife. Even though she knows it sounds crazy, Eden tells Joe that they might be able to talk to Jaz. Opening themselves up to the great unknown—and each other—Eden and Joe experience life: mysterious and scary, beautiful and bright.

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