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.

Tell Me How You Really Feel by Aminah Mae Safi
Sana is a cheerleader and a straight A student. She’s the classic overachiever determined to win.
Rachel is a wannabe director who’s obsessed with movies and ready to make her own masterpiece. As she’s casting her senior film project, she knows she’s found the perfect lead – Sana. There’s only one problem. Rachel hates Sana. Rachel was the first girl Sana ever asked out, but Rachel thought it was a cruel prank and has detested Sana ever since.

Road Tripped by Pete Hautman
Stiggy needs to get out of Minnesota. His father recently took his own life, his mother is a shell of the person she used to be, and his sort-of-girlfriend ghosted him and skipped town. What does he have left to stick around for? Armed with his mom’s credit card and a tourist map of Great River Road, Stiggy sets off in his dad’s car.

Let Me Hear a Rhyme by Tiffany D. Jackson
When Steph is killed, his friends Quadir and Jarrell want him and his beats to be remembered. Enlisting the help of Steph’s younger sister, Jasmine, they come up with a plan to promote Steph’s music under a new rap name: The Architect. Soon, everyone in Brooklyn is dancing to Steph’s voice, which even catches the attention of a hotheaded music rep.

That Night by Cyn Balog
Hailey is determined to find out all she can about her boyfriend’s suicide. She knows Declan wouldn’t kill himself, even if she can’t remember a lot of what lead up to that fateful night. Kane, Declan’s stepbrother and Hailey’s best friend, wants to move past what happened—not dig up bad memories. But the more Hailey searches for information, the more she remembers.

Tinfoil Crowns by Erin Jones
Fit is on a mission to become famous at all costs. She shares her life with her fans through countless videos (always sporting some elaborate tinfoil accessory), and they love her for it. But no one knows that when Fit was three-years-old, her mother, suffering from postpartum psychosis, tried to kill her. Now her mother, River, has been released from prison.

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