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.

Echo North by Joanna Ruth Meyer
Echo’s safe world falls apart after her mysteriously disappears. She finds him half-frozen in the winter forest six months later, guarded by a strange talking wolf—the same creature who attacked her as a child. The wolf invites Echo to come live with him for a year. There, she discovers centuries-old secrets, a magical library full of books-turned-mirrors, and a young man named Hal who is trapped inside of them.

Unnatural Disasters by Jeff Hirsch
Lucy and her boyfriend have been planning an epic post-graduation trip for months, despite the unstable world they live in. But when everyone’s phones start to ring during prom, Lucy knows something terrible has happened—something new. Decades of climate change have taken their toll, religious extremism is spreading, refugees have nowhere left to turn, and terrorism is common. But this is worse. Far worse.

Deadfall by Stephen Wallenfels
Twins Ty and Cory are on the run, but when they find a dying deer next to tire tracks going off the road, they know they have to help. When they reach the wrecked car the driver has escaped. Then they hear a sound coming from the trunk. What they discover inside puts them in the crosshairs of something darker and more sinister than their wildest nightmares.

The Me I Meant to Be by Sophie Jordan
Willa has always secretly loved her next-door neighbor Zach. But as her best friend’s boyfriend, he was always off-limits and the girl code says it needs to stay that way, even though they just broke up. Flor has a lot on her plate: her breakup with Zach, her dad’s new dating life, and her struggling grades…and her crush on hot, know-it-all tutor. The girl code says she should tell Willa. Two friends. Two secrets. One code that might need to be broken.

Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America
Black Enough is a star-studded anthology edited by National Book Award finalist Ibi Zoboi that will delve into the closeted thoughts, hidden experiences, and daily struggles of black teens across the country. From a spectrum of backgrounds—urban and rural, wealthy and poor, mixed race, immigrants, and more—Black Enough showcases diversity within diversity.

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