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.

The Geography of Lost Things by Jessica Brody
When Ali’s estranged father leaves her his prized 1968 Firebird convertible she wants nothing to do with it. So when she finds a buyer three hundred miles up the Pacific coast willing to pay enough money for the car to save her childhood home, Ali can’t wait to get going. But the only person who knows how to drive a stick is her ex-boyfriend, Nico.

The Looking Glass by Janet McNally
Julia Blake has disappeared, but did she run away, or is she in trouble? When a copy of their favorite fairy-story book arrives with a mysterious list inside, her sister Sylvie begins to see signs of her sister, and their favorite fairy tales, everywhere she goes. With the help of her best friend’s brother, Sylvie sets out to follow the strange signs right to Julia and return to New York with her in tow. But sometimes the damsel in distress can only save herself.

Seafire by Natalie C. Parker (Seafire, Book One)
After her family is killed by corrupt warlord Aric Athair, Caledonia is left to chart her own course on the dangerous and deadly seas. She captains her ship, the Mors Navis, with a crew of girls and women just like her, whose lives have been turned upside down by Aric and his men. Their misson: stay alive, and take down Aric’s fleet.

Brave Enough by Kati Gardner
Cason is the youngest ballerina in the Atlanta Ballet Conservatory. Her mother has always controlled her life, but an injury Carson was hiding her undergoing chemotherapy. Davis survived cancer, but his drug addiction nearly killed him. He’s doing community service at the hospital, and has been sober for six months. As Cason and Davis start to depend on each other, can they both be brave enough to beat the odds?

The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke
Frey, Ovie, Juniper, and Runa are the Boneless Mercies—girls hired to kill quickly, quietly, and mercifully. But Frey is weary of the death trade and, having been raised on the heroic sagas of her people, dreams of a bigger life. The chance to take down an unstoppable monster may be their way out—if they can survive.


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