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- Tokyo Ghoul
by Sui Ishida
Flesh eating ghouls walk among humans in this dark fantasy. Ordinary college student, Ken Kenaki, has a scary run in with a ghoul. Then he finds out he is no longer 100% human. A clear choice for fans of zombies and manga.
- Steal Like An Artist
by Austin Kleon
Stealing is a necessary trick of the trade when it comes to art. This snappy how to book gives you permission to explore and imitate those artists who inspire you. Along the way, you’ll find a vision all your own.
- The Disenchantments
by Nina LaCour
Bev and Colby have always planned to tour Europe with their band after high school graduation. But when Bev shocks Colby with the news that she’s going to college instead, their friendship is strained. They still have summer gigs to play, so they load up the van and try to make the best of their final tour despite the road bumps on the way.
- Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany & Jack Thorne
Fighting Voldemort was nothing compared to raising a teenager and Harry, now a dad, has his hands full. This new Harry Potter book is the script of the new stage play currently playing in London. There's lots of wand waving and all your favorite characters.