Bad Girl Gone by Temple Matthews
“Paranormal romance meets murder mystery in this YA tale…VERDICT A good addition to any YA murder mystery collection.”–School Library Journal
Fear Street Super Thriller: Nightmares (2 Books in 1: The Dead Boyfriend; Give me a K-I-L-L) by R. L. Stine
Now in one volume, master of horror R.L. Stine delivers two bone-chilling stories of teens in danger in the small town of Shadyside, where danger and violence looms on every darkened street corner.
Trish Trash #2 by Jessica Abel
Trish and her family nurse the alien she discovered back to health. But will the added burden of another mouth to feed force Trish to give up her roller derby dreams?
Anna & Froga: Completely Bubu by Anouk Ricard
Anna and Froga: Completely Bubu collects all five issues of the acclaimed Anna & Froga series into an accessible paperback. Ricard’s vibrant world shines with visual puns and deft animal caricatures, making Anna & Froga enjoyable for kids and their parents alike.
This brand-new book of fantastic beasts is a celebration of incredible creatures great and small. But this is far from your typical wildlife encyclopaedia… Marvel at super-pets that have mastered extreme sports, and giggle at some of the most unlikely furry friendships. Meet the planet’s animal celebrities; some will make you go “Ahhh!” – such as the world’s biggest babies – and some will make you go “Eeek!” (wait til you see Rosi, the spider who’s as big as a dinner plate!), but all of them will amaze and amuse you.
The Memory of Things by Gae Polisner
The powerful story of two teenagers finding friendship, comfort, and first love in the days following 9/11 as their fractured city tries to put itself back together.
“A love letter to the New Yorkers who rallied together, this is also an exploration of the intense bonds that form during a crisis. Detailed and well-researched, it’s sure to make young readers curious about those unforgettable days after the twin towers fell. A fictional but realistic tale of how two New York City teens survived the unthinkable together.”–Kirkus Reviews