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.

My Fairy Godmother Is a Drag Queen by David Clawson
Chris has never been comfortable with his new family, who cling to their dwindling wealth and social status. Sometimes he feels more like a maid than part of the family. Things get even tougher when his stepsister starts dating golden boy J.J., and he and Chris fall in love with each other. With the help of a new friend, Coco Chanel Jones, Chris learns to be comfortable in his own skin and let himself fall in love and be loved.

The Making of Mollie by Anna Carey
It’s 1912, and Mollie’s life in the middle class north Dublin suburb of Drumcondra seems very boring. Then she notices that her older sister Phyllis and the family’s maid Maggie are plotting something. They discover a stash of leaflets demanding votes for women. Phyllis has joined the suffragette cause! Will Mollie get involved too? And how far should a girl go for her beliefs?

Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios
All Grace wants is to get away—from her overbearing mother and abusive stepfather, from her small California city, and from her boring life. When she meets Gavin, she feels free for the first time in her life. But she soon comes to realize that her relationship with Gavin is its own prison.

Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo Book 1: The Road to Epoli by James Parks and Ben Costa (Graphic Novel)
Rickety Stitch is the one skeleton in the dungeon who seems to have retained his soul, and he has no idea why. Only snippets of a song he hears in his dreams given him any clue who he used to be. So he and his sidekick and sole friend, the gelatinous Goo, set out to discover the truth about Rickety’s past.

The Leaf Reader by Emily Arsenault
 Marnie has always been considered odd, so when she finds old book about reading tea leaves and starts telling fortunes no one bats an eye. The ceremony is soothing, even if it’s not real. But when Matt asks for a reading about his missing best friend, Andrea, Marnie’s reading become frighteningly accurate. And if she’s right, she may be in very deep danger.

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