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.

Breaking by Danielle Rollins
Never as daring as her friend Ariel or as beautiful as Devon, Charlotte has survived the prestigious Weston Preparatory Institute with them by her side. Then Ariel commits suicide, and less than a month later, so does Devon. Everyone accepts the suicides as tragic coincidences, but when Charlotte finds mysterious clues left behind by Ariel, she discovers a dangerous secret about Weston Prep.

What I Lost by Alexandra Ballard
What Elizabeth has lost so far: forty pounds, four jean sizes, a boyfriend, and her peace of mind. Also her freedom. Now a resident at Wallingfield, a treatment center for girls like her, Elizabeth is determined to endure the program so she can go back home, where she plans to start restricting her food intake again. Then Elizabeth begins receiving mysterious packages. Are they from her ex-boyfriend, a secret admirer, or someone playing a cruel trick?

Kale, My Ex, and Other Things to Toss in a Blender by Lisa Greenwald
After an epic breakup, Mia is sure her summer will be miserable. Then her best friend, Justine, comes up with a plan. They will use their summer job driving a snow cone truck to keep tabs on Mia’s ex and create a fake persona to connect with him ex online. What could possibly go wrong?

The Best Kind of Magic by Crystal Cestari (Windy City Magic, Book One)
Unlike the rest of her family, Amber is not a witch. But she can see true love. After five seconds of eye contact, she can envision anyone’s soul mate. When handsome and popular Charlie comes to her for help finding his father’s missing girlfriend, she’s distressed to find herself falling for him. Because while she can’t see her own match, she can see his–and it’s not Amber.

The Unlikelies by Carrie Firestone
When Sadie steps in to help rescue a baby in peril, she never expected the footage of her impromptu good deed would go viral. Or that she would receive an invitation to a lunch honoring teen homegrown heroes. Soon these unlikely heroes embark on escalating acts of vigilante Good Samaritanism, but they might be in over her heads when they try to help a heroin-addicted friend.

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