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There’s No Such Thing As a Free Teen Novel

Welcome Unshelved Readers!
Thank you for visiting us. Please enter here to win copies of the 5 teen novels below. UPDATE! 11/10 This contest is now closed! Thank you all for entering.

*In your entry, please be sure to include your selection (only 1 title  per person)  full name, title, library affiliation and mailing address.

*The fine print: This sweepstakes is open to librarians in the United States. Entrants must be age 18 or older. No purchase necessary. Entries must be received by Monday, Nov. 10, 2014 to be eligible. The winner grants Macmillan Library the right to announce his/her name on Twitter, MacmillanLibrary.com, and any other platform we want to congratulate him/her on. We will select the potential prize winner at random from among all eligible entries received. If a potential prize winner cannot be reached after three (3) business days, we will select an alternate winner, so check your email.

BET YOUR LIFE by Jane Casey (Jess Tennant mysteries #2)
On Sale: February 3, 2015
In Jane Casey’s second YA mystery (after HOW TO FALL), 16-year-old Jess Tennant gets in over her head when she decides to find out who beat her classmate almost to death, and what he did to deserve such retribution.

REBELLION by Stephanie Diaz (Extraction series #2)
On Sale: February 10, 2015
In the second book in the Extraction series, Clementine, Logan, and the rebel allies have won the fight, but the war is far from over.

DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway
On Sale: February 24, 2015
A young dream walker must save the world from certain destruction one dream at a time, in this riveting debut from an exciting new talent in young adult fiction.

THE TRAGIC AGE by Stephen Metcalfe
On Sale: March 3, 2015
A brilliant, debut coming-of-age novel about Billy Kinsey, a misanthropic young man determined not to participate in life, until two people enter his life and challenge him to learn to love, trust and truly be alive in an absurd world.

BONES & ALL by Camille De Angelis
On Sale: March 10, 2015
A haunting coming-of-age story about a young outcast as she sets out on a journey to find her long-lost father, who can tell her why she does the bad thing she does—literally consuming anyone who gets too close to her. #omnomnomnom

For a complete list of our teen titles, please click here.

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That’s it for the books!

Our awesome poster featuring many of the above mentioned titles will be available soon. We’ll have copies at ALA Midwinter in January/February so make sure to visit us in booth #4613 for yours!

Don’t forget to sign up for Edelweiss to download available e-galleys (instructions here).

Happy reading!

11 Responses to There’s No Such Thing As a Free Teen Novel

  1. Elizabeth Heffington says:

    The Tragic Age by Stephen Metcalfe

    Elizabeth Heffington
    Catalog & Acquisitions Librarian
    Beaman Library
    Lipscomb University
    One University Park Drive
    Nashville, TN 37204

  2. CYNTHIA STANCZAK says:

    BET YOUR LIFE by Jane Casey (Jess Tennant mysteries #2)

    Cynthia Stanczak
    Interim Director
    Albion District Library
    501 S. Superior St.
    Albion, MI 49224

  3. Jane Robinson says:

    The Tragic Age

    Jane Robinson
    Library Aide
    Two Rivers High School
    1900 30th ST
    Two Rivers, WI 54241

  4. Linda Newby says:

    Bet Your Life by Jane Casey

    Linda Newby
    Teacher/Libraian
    Kiona Benton High School
    1107 Grace
    Benton City WA 99320

  5. Beth Dailey Kenneth says:

    BET YOUR LIFE by Jane Casey

    Sounds really interesting. Love a good mystery!

    Teen Librarian,
    Member of the Volunteer State Book Award Nominating Committee

    Cordova Library
    attn: Beth Kenneth
    8457 Trinity Road
    Memphis, TN 38018

  6. Jillian harper says:

    DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway

    Jillian Harper
    Media Coordinator
    Walter M. Williams High School
    1307 South Church Street
    Burlington, NC 27215

  7. Lisa Nabel says:

    DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway

    Lisa Nabel
    Youth Materials Selection Specialist
    Dayton Metro Library
    215 E. Third Street
    Dayton, Ohio 45402

  8. Jayne Blackledge says:

    Love to win some books for the Library!

  9. Penny kazmierski says:

    DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway

    Circulation Clerk and Book Club Leader
    Dorsch Branch Library
    Monroe County Library System
    18 E 1st St
    Monroe, MI 48161

  10. Catherine Mason says:

    Bones & All by Camille De Angelis
    Cathy Mason
    Library Assistant
    James L. Hamner Public Library
    16351 Dunn Street
    Amelia, Va 23002

    Sounds great! Thanks for the opportunity! Wasn’t sure which way I was supposed to submit my entry, though…

  11. Elizabeth Khaled says:

    Dreamfire by Kit Alloway

    Elizabeth Khaled
    Adult & Teen Services Coordinator
    Grace Mellman Community Library
    41000 County Center Drive
    Temecula CA 92591

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