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.

If I’m Being Honest by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka
Cameron’s reputation can be summed up in one word: bitch. She’s beautiful, talented, and notorious for her cutting and brutal honesty. So when she puts her foot in her mouth in front of her crush, Andrew, she fears she may have lost him for good. In an attempt to win him over, Cameron resolves to “tame” herself, starting with making amends with Brendan. Except, Andrew doesn’t seem to notice the new Cameron, and Brendan does.

The Field Guide to the North American Teenager by Ben Philippe
Norris is clever, cynical, and quite possibly too smart for his own good. A black French Canadian, he knows those three things don’t bode well when you are moving to Austin, Texas. He starts cataloging everyone he meets: the Cheerleaders, the Jocks, the Loners, and even the Manic Pixie Dream Girl. Making a ton of friends has never been a priority for him, and this way he can at least amuse himself until it’s time to go back to Canada, where he belongs. Yet, against all odds, those labels soon become actual people to Norris.

Dark of the West by Joanna Hathaway (Glass Alliance, Book One)
Aurelia is a princess of a small kingdom in the North. Halfway around the world, Athan is a fighter pilot longing for a life away from the front lines. When Athan’s mother is shot and killed, his father devises a plot to overthrow the Queen, a plot which sends Athan undercover to Etania to gain intel from her children. But his mission becomes complicated when he finds himself falling for the girl he’s been tasked with spying upon.

Dreaming Darkly by Caitlin Kittredge
Ivy’s mother is dead, and she should probably be sad about it. But she isn’t. Myra was a confusing mix of protective and abusive, a manipulative personality who never told the truth. Now that Ivy has been sent to Darkhaven to live with a rich uncle she didn’t know existed, she is forced to reckon with her mother’s past. When she wakes up from one of her nightmares covered in someone else’s blood, Ivy fears that whatever demons her mother battled while she was alive have come to roost in her own mind.

You Must Not Miss by Katrina Leno
Magpie started writing in her yellow notebook the night of Brandon Phipp’s party. Now, Magpie is called a slut whenever she walks down the hallways of her high school, her former best friend won’t speak to her, and she spends her lunch period with a group of misfits. Feeling trapped and forgotten, Magpie retreats to her notebook, dreaming up a place called Near. She imagines Near so completely, so fully, that she writes it into existence, right in her own backyard. It’s a place where she can have anything she wants…even revenge.

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