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.

Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley
Before moving away, Rachel tucked a note into Henry’s favorite book professing her crush on him. And he never acknowledged it. After losing her brother, Rachel is back, and working in Henry’s family’s bookshop. She’d rather avoid him, but as the two reconnect she discovers that words, and love, and second chances can be enough.

Wildman by J.C. Geiger
Lance is stuck in a small town after his car breaks down. The locals know nothing about him. Not that he’s valedictorian, first-chair trumpet player, scholarship winner. They don’t even know his name. He can be anyone he wants. When a townie calls him Wildman, Lance decides to live up to the name. But as he lets go lets himself really live, is he losing himself?

The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die by Randall Platt
It’s 1939 in Poland, and Arab knows that standing up for anyone—especially her Jewish family—only paints a target on her back. So she disguises herself as an Aryan boy, leading a street gang and selling whatever she can steal. Her only goal is to stay alive, but when a stranger asks for her help with a covert rescue mission, Arab will have to decide what really matters.

And Then There Were Four by Nancy Werlin
When a building collapses around five teenagers—and they just barely escape—they begin to piece together a theory: Their parents are working together to kill them all. Is it true? And if so, how did their parents come together–and why? And, most importantly, how can the five of them work together to save themselves?

The Go-Between by Veronica Chambers
When Cammi’s mom, a glamorous telenovela actress, gets cast in an American television show, her whole world changes. Instead of a life of chauffeurs, paparazzi and gossip columnists, Cammi is assumed to be a scholarship student at her new school. At first Cammi thinks playing along with the stereotypes will be her way of teaching her new friends a lesson. But the more she lies, the more she wonders: Is she only fooling herself?


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