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 Long Ride Home by Tawni Waters
After her mother dies, Harley is overwhelmed by grief. She hopes to find relief on a cross-country road trip to scatter her mother’s ashes with Dean, her friend (with benefits). But it’s not long before Harley realizes she’s pregnant…with Dean’s child. And as Harley learns that her mother faced similar choices during her own pregnancy, Harley must come to terms with her mother’s past to make a difficult decision about her own future.

Invictus by Ryan Graudin
Farway, son of a time-traveling Recorder from 2354 AD and a gladiator living in Rome in 95 AD, was born outside of time. All he’s ever wanted to do was explore history. But after he fails his final time-traveling exam, Far takes a position commanding a ship with a crew of his friends as part of a black market operation to steal valuables from the past.

Murder, Magic, and What We Wore by Kelly Jones
It’s 1818 in London, and Annis has just learned that her father is dead and all his money is missing. She’s always suspected her father was a spy, so she decides to follow in his footsteps to unmask his killer. But even with the rare magical ability to sew glamours, no one wants a young woman of quality to become a spy. And if she can’t join them, Annis will fight them.

Things I’m Seeing Without You by Peter Bognanni
Tess and Jonah talked all the time through texts and e-mails. He was her best friend and the first boy she’d told she loved and the first boy to say it back. And she never saw his suicide coming. Now as a way of processing her grief and confusion she continues to write to Jonah. But love, loss, and life are so much more complicated than Tess ever thought. Especially after she receives a message that turns her life upside down.

Prince of Pot by Tanya Lloyd Kyi
Isaac does his best to seem normal and hide the fact that his parents operate an illegal marijuana grow-op. Falling in love with the daughter of a cop is definitely not the best way to do that. His girlfriend Sam is unpredictable, ambitious and needy. Isaac thinks he can handle it, until Sam’s desperate grab for her father’s attention suddenly puts his entire family at risk.


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.

Madness by Zac Brewer
Brooke has gotten so good at pretending to be fine that they’re letting her leave inpatient therapy. The next time she tries to take her life, there won’t be anyone to stop her. Then she meets Derek, who truly gets what Brooke is going through, because he’s going through it too. As they fall in love, Brooke thinks she might truly be able to be happy. But Derek is getting worse, and his worst could be capable of real darkness.

Speak Easy, Speak Love by McKelle George
Beatrice is going to her uncle’s estate on Long Island after getting kicked out of boarding school. Her cousin, Hero, runs a struggling speakeasy out of the basement—one that might not survive the summer. Along with their new friends, Beatrice and Hero throw all their efforts into planning a massive party to save the speakeasy.

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
When Tanner moved to Utah three years ago, he decided to hide his bisexuality. Now, with one semester of high school to go, Tanner plans to coast through his remaining classes and move far away. His best friend Autumn dares him to take Provo High’s prestigious Seminar—where honor roll students draft a book in a semester. And his teacher, Sebastian, makes it more and more difficult for Tanner to conceal both his sexuality and his interest.

Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu
Vivian is fed up with her small-town Texas high school that thinks the football team can do no wrong, the sexist dress codes and hallway harassment, and always following the rules. Following in her punk mom’s footsteps, Viv creates a feminist zine that she distributes anonymously to her classmates. She only meant to blowing off steam, but she soon realizes how much other girls need her words.

The Thing with Feathers by McCall Hoyle
Emilie likes to be safe: she’s homeschooled, her best friend is her seizure dog, and she’s never even bothered to learn to swim. Then her mom enrolls her in public school, and she’s paired with starting point guard Chatham York for a major research project. She’s thrilled when he shows interest in her. But the fear that everyone will discover her epilepsy makes it hard to let go and have fun.