Recommendations

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Ways to Make Sunshine Ways to Make Sunshine

by Renee Watson

Ryan Hart’s name means “king” and she is determined to keep growing into the name her parents gave her—to be a leader, to see the best in people, to be a good daughter, sister and friend. But Ryan has a lot on her mind: fourth grade, self-image, and especially her family. Her dad finally has a new job but money is still tight. That means changes like moving into a new… Continue

Kendra Recommended by Kendra Children's Services Associate, September 02, 2021
Walls Walls

by Laura Elliott

Also available via Hoopla: https://bit.ly/3gRWrKz

This Cold War drama jumps straight into the action. August 1960. Drew’s military family is stationed in deeply divided Berlin, Germany. Tensions between the U.S. and Soviet Union are intensifying, and Drew finds himself thrust into a personalized version of the war, when he befriends his East German cousin, Matthias. Each chapter is accompanied by historical photos and blurbs, giving… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services August 26, 2021
Ahmed Aziz's Epic Year Ahmed Aziz's Epic Year

by Nina Hamza

After his dad gets sick, Ahmed and his family move from Hawaii to Minnesota. Ahmed cannot imagine a worse place to live. To top it off, he's one of the only brown kids in his school. Not one to excel at school, Ahmed surprises himself by reading all the books assigned to him in class, and he doesn't hate them. Then Ahmed starts to learn about his family's past, particularly his uncle. Getting… Continue

Kim Scott Recommended by Kim Scott Children and Teen Services Manager, August 19, 2021
Hamnet Hamnet

by Maggie O'Farrell

This impeccably researched and beautifully written fictionalization of 1580s England pulses with magic and tenderness against a backdrop of buboes and the Black Death. As the plague spreads to the Stratford home of the family Shakespeare, matron Agnes, both wistful and wise, whittles away under the lurking certainty that death comes calling for her children. We hear too from Hamnet, Shakespeare's… Continue

Adult Services Recommended by Adult Services August 09, 2021
Hunted by the Sky Hunted by the Sky

by Tanaz Bhathena

Also Available via Hoopla Audiobook: https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/13538258

Gul's parents were murdered by the tyrannical monarch that rules her India-inspired fantasy world. King Lohar's would kill her too, if he could find her. The Sisters of the Golden Lotus discover her first, and recognizing her star-shaped birthmark as a sign of her magical powers, train her in magical warfare. Now, Gul has the tools for revenge. But then she meets Cavas, a boy prepared to enlist… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services August 05, 2021
Invented by Animals: Meet the Creatures Who Inspired Our Everyday Technology Invented by Animals: Meet the Creatures Who Inspired Our Everyday Technology

by Christiane Dorion and Gosia Herba

Did you ever wonder where the idea to make paper from wood pulp came from? Or whether someone could design a real invisibility cloak someday? Or how cool it could be to be able to crawl across a ceiling? All these ideas and more came from scientists, inventors and other curious folks studying animals and insects! Think about it... Animals and insects have been finding amazing ways to adapt their… Continue

Laura Goldsborough Recommended by Laura Goldsborough Children's Services Librarian, August 05, 2021
When the Apricots Bloom When the Apricots Bloom

Huda and Rania, childhood friends, become reunited as adults through a mutual friendship with Ally, an Australian ambassador’s wife living in Baghdad. Balancing loyalties to countrymen, living and dead, and to one another consumes their days. Ultimately though, each woman must decide when to keep and when to break confidences for their families’ survival, a non-negotiable commitment.… Continue

Jeanne Jesernik Recommended by Jeanne Jesernik Adult Services Librarian, July 27, 2021
Prairie Lotus Prairie Lotus

by Linda Sue Park

This wonderful historical novel is set in 1880 Dakota Territory. Hanna and her father arrive in the town of LaForge to begin a new life. Not only do they face the usual issues of life in a newly established town, far from bigger cities, but they will face racism as well. Hanna is half-Chinese, the only Asian person most people in LaForge have ever met. Will this friendly, smart and talented girl… Continue

Becky S Recommended by Becky S Children's Services Associate, July 22, 2021
We Are the Ants We Are the Ants

by Shaun David Hutchinson

Also Available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/3lDgdfY

Henry Denton has been periodically abducted by aliens for years. But now, for the first time, they’ve given him a task. They world is ending in 144 days, and it’s up to Henry to save it. All he has to do is press a big red button, and the apocalypse will be averted. However, Henry can think of a lot of reasons not to press it. He’s mercilessly bullied at school and his home life… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services July 22, 2021
Don't Breathe a Word Don't Breathe a Word

by Jordyn Taylor

This harrowing mystery toggles in time between 1962 and today. In 1962, Hardwick Preparatory Academy is building a fallout shelter and six kids, including Connie and her crush Craig, are selected to "test it out" for a few days. Unfortunately, something goes horribly wrong. In modern day, Eva and the other kids at Hardwick don't know anything about the shelter. But as Eva begins to realize what… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services July 08, 2021
Outside, Inside Outside, Inside

by LeUyen Pham

This picture book does a beautiful job of explaining the last year without mentioning the word ‘pandemic’. It celebrates essential workers who could not go inside because some needed to protect us, and others made sure that we had what we needed. Even though we stayed inside we continued to learn and grow, and nature thrived on the outside. The text captures so many emotions from 2020… Continue

Patti Eaton Recommended by Patti Eaton Children's Services Assistant Manager, July 08, 2021
Mexican Gothic Mexican Gothic

by Sylvia Moreno-Garcia

Noemi Taboada receives a disturbing letter from Catalina her cousin who seems to be experiencing a mental break with reality. A strong-willed urban socialite, Noemi travels from Mexico City to rescue her cousin from the apparent neglect of her husband and his British family, the Doyles. They live together at “High Tower,” an ominous country manor, crumbling and rotting above an… Continue

Jeanne Jesernik Recommended by Jeanne Jesernik Adult Services Librarian, June 26, 2021
Take a Hint, Dani Brown Take a Hint, Dani Brown

by Talia Hibbert

Danika Brown a workaholic PhD Literature student seeks a sex buddy without emotional attachment. Zafir Ansari, a former pro Rugby player, is a romantic seeking a happy ending relationship, but he too is emotionally guarded due to past wounds. They keep their fantasies of one another secret, until they get wrapped up in a social media publicity stunt, a staged romance that boosts the success of… Continue

Jeanne Jesernik Recommended by Jeanne Jesernik Adult Services Librarian, June 26, 2021
Too Bright To See Too Bright To See

by Kyle Lukoff

Ever since Uncle Roderick passed away, Bug's house in rural Vermont has been creepier than usual. Bug has always heard strange noises and felt gusts of cold air, but now, sometimes, Bug sees another kid's face in the mirror. Meanwhile, the start of middle school is around the corner and Bug's best friend Moira wants to practice makeovers, which makes Bug uncomfortable for reasons that are hard to… Continue

Emily Roth Recommended by Emily Roth Children's Services Librarian, June 24, 2021
Born a Crime : Stories From a South African Childhood Born a Crime : Stories From a South African Childhood

by Trevor Noah

Also Available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/3xrJQD6

Filled with the same wit and humor that has made The Daily Show host a successful comedian, this autobiographical account of his life is inspiring and astonishing. A story of achievement against all odds, each chapter tackles a different obstacle, accompanied by a different hilarious episode from his life. There’s the crime of his mixed race birth under a racist regime, that time he opted… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services June 24, 2021
Piranesi Piranesi

by Susanna Clark

Susanna Clarke celebrates wonder, innocence, and the precarious art of creating meaning in life through this lean, labyrinthine story about Piranesi, a being who lives within an endless array of flooded rooms and hallways ornamented by towering preternatural statues. Piranesi’s weekly meetings with the only other human in his existence—aptly named The Other—leads him to explore… Continue

Adult Services Recommended by Adult Services June 15, 2021
Evelyn Del Rey is Moving Away Evelyn Del Rey is Moving Away

by Meg Medina

Available in our catalog (English) (Spanish) Evelyn Del Rey is Daniela's best friend. They do everything together and even live in twin apartments across the street from each other: Daniela with her mami and hamster, and Evelyn with her mami, papi, and cat. But not after today--not after Evelyn moves away. Until then, they play amid the moving boxes until it's time to say goodbye, making… Continue

Kendra Recommended by Kendra Children's Services Associate, June 10, 2021
Concrete Rose Concrete Rose

by Angie Thomas

Also Available via Overdrive in e-book and e-audiobook: https://bit.ly/2St9Gbv

In this prequel to The Hate U Give, set in 1998, Starr's father Maverick Carter takes center stage. When 17-year-old Mav learns that he is the father to a three-month-old baby, he must decide whether to continue dealing for the King Lords or forge his own path. Above all, Mav wants to take care of his family, and either choice could come with deadly consequences. Fans of The Hate U Give will… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services June 10, 2021
Somewhere Between Bitter and Sweet Somewhere Between Bitter and Sweet

by Laekan Zea Kemp

Penelope wants to fulfill her family’s expectations, but her heart keeps pulling her in a different direction. Her parents want her to pursue a career in nursing, but Pen is passionate about cooking and sees herself continuing her family’s restaurant, Nacho’s Tacos. When her family learns that she has chosen to follow her own dreams, her life is torn apart. The same day, Xander… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services June 03, 2021
Mindy Kim, Class President Mindy Kim, Class President

by Lyla Lee

Mindy Kim is running for class president and she's basing her whole campaign on being kind and snacks. Who wouldn't want her to win? But Mindy must conquer her biggest fear: making a speech to the class about why she would be the best pick for president. Can Mindy overcome her biggest obstacle and prove to herself and others that she is the best choice for class president? This book is the fourth… Continue

Kim Scott Recommended by Kim Scott Children and Teen Services Manager, May 27, 2021
Wolfboy Wolfboy

by Andy Harkness

What’s a big, blue, HUNGRY, HUFFY, GROWLY Wolfboy to do when he can’t find any rabbits? As he climbs, stomps, sploshes and slogs along, searching through the forest, creek, bog and ravine he uncovers no rabbits—or any other food for that matter! Will he ever be satisfied, or will his hanger get the best of him? And, will the cute rabbits be part of the surprise ending? Readers… Continue

Laura Goldsborough Recommended by Laura Goldsborough Children's Services Librarian, May 13, 2021
They Went Left They Went Left

by Monica Hesse

Also available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/3oDkBLA

During the Nazi deathcamps, Zofia watches helplessly as member after member of her family goes left to the gas chambers and shooting squads. Yet, she clings to the hope of be eventually reuniting with her brother Abek. But once liberated, Zofia returns home only to find destruction, anti-Semitism, and no Abek. Desperate to locate her brother, Zofia travels across Europe, visiting refugee camps,… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services April 29, 2021
Yolk Yolk

by Mary H.K. Choi

Also available via Overdrive

Jayne and June are Korean-American sisters living in New York City whose lives have taken different paths, and they haven’t had much of a relationship in a long time. Jayne’s life is in disarray. She struggles through fashion school, a deadbeat relationship and an eating disorder. Meanwhile, her sister is rich and has a successful career. Their lives are forced together when June… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services April 15, 2021
Katie the Catsitter Katie the Catsitter

by Colleen AF Venable; Illustrated by Stephanie Yue

Katie takes a summer job as a catsitter to raise money for camp, but these aren't normal cats. There are 217 of them and each one has a special skill, like Jolie the computer hacker and Gracie the language expert who can meow in 82 languages. Their owner might not be normal either. In fact, Katie starts to suspect that she might be a notorious supervillain that has been prowling New York City.… Continue

Emily Roth Recommended by Emily Roth Children's Services Librarian, April 15, 2021
Sky Gazing Sky Gazing

by Meg Thacher

Who hasn’t stared up at the sky and wondered about the stars, the sun, the moon and the planets? Readers are given a tour of the solar system and deep space with no telescope or binoculars required. Kids will learn how to spot and observe planets, identify constellations throughout the seasons, how the Earth’s moon was formed and why there are phenomena such as eclipses, meteor… Continue

Patti Eaton Recommended by Patti Eaton Children's Services Assistant Manager, April 01, 2021
Superman Smashes the Klan Superman Smashes the Klan

by Gene Luen Yang

No waiting via Hoopla: https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/13338135

It’s 1946 and Dr. Lee is moving up in the world. He’s landed a Metropolis job, enabling his family to move out of Chinatown. His kids are excited at being closer to the legendary hero, Superman, but not everyone is thrilled with the Lee’s new prospects. The family is soon targeted by the Ku Klux Klan, and it’s up to budding sleuth, Roberta Lee, and her idol, Superman, to… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services April 01, 2021
Eat A Peach: A Memoir Eat A Peach: A Memoir

by David Chang

An explicitly honest and intimate sharing of Chang’s life experience as chef and successful restaurateur (founder of Momofuku restaurant group) with the goal of bringing Korean food and culture to the world. As a son of immigrant parents caught between two cultures, Chang shares his difficult childhood experiences of assimilation, he talks candidly about living with mental illness, and he… Continue

Jeanne Jesernik Recommended by Jeanne Jesernik Adult Services Librarian, March 23, 2021
The Van Gogh Deception The Van Gogh Deception

by Deron Hicks

This mystery novel for middle-grade readers, a 2021 Bluestem Award nominee, will keep you on the edge of your seat. The story focuses on a boy with amnesia who recalls all kinds of information about art, but doesn't remember his name or how he came to be sitting in the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. all alone. The boy and his new friend race across the city to solve both the mystery… Continue

Becky S Recommended by Becky S Children's Services Associate, March 18, 2021
Picture Us in the Light Picture Us in the Light

by Kelly Loy Gilbert

Audiobook available via Hoopla: https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/12429647

On the surface, Danny Cheng’s life seems perfect. He goes to a prestigious high school in Silicon Valley, has a great group of friends and has just been offered a full-ride scholarship to his dream college. However, the idea of leaving his best friend Harry behind fills Danny with dread. He also discovers a mysterious box in the closet and realizes his parents have a secret. Meanwhile, as… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services March 18, 2021
Bedtime for Sweet Creatures Bedtime for Sweet Creatures

by Nikki Grimes, Pictures by Elizabeth Zunon

This sweet, beautifully illustrated story imagines the ordinary routine of bedtime as an animal-filled journey. When the red-pajama clad child isn't sleepy, they delay bedtime by growling like a bear, questioning like an owl and hunting for water like a sly wolf. From tigers, to squirrels, to snakes, the little child dodges around bedtime until they are finally tired enough to sleep, curling up… Continue

Kendra Recommended by Kendra Children's Services Associate, March 04, 2021
I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter

by Erika L. Sánchez

Also available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/2PWUlyj

Mothers aren’t supposed to have favorites, but Olga was definitely Amá’s favorite. Julia is “the odd daughter out.” When Olga dies in a horrible accident and their parents collapse into depression, Julia decides to try and uncover who her sister really was behind that boring, lonely, perfect Mexican daughter image. This powerful #OwnVoices novel is set in Chicago… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services February 26, 2021
Everything Sad is Untrue (a true story) Everything Sad is Untrue (a true story)

by Daniel Nayeri

Daniel tells stories. As a middle schooler from Iran, he fills his time in his new classroom in Oklahoma sharing stories about what it was like living in Iran and what it's like being "the refugee kid in the back of the class." This beautiful tale illustrates how we are all connected, and how when we listen to one another's stories, we can no longer be enemies. Highly recommended for older… Continue

Kim Scott Recommended by Kim Scott Children and Teen Services Manager, February 19, 2021
Happily Ever Afters Happily Ever Afters

by Elise Bryant

Also available via Overdrive: http://bit.ly/3rPYB0Q

A talented writer, 16-year-old Tessa, has recently moved with her family to Long Beach, California. Being biracial and having a brother with disabilities has, at times, made her feel like she’s on the fringe, but in Long Beach, Tessa feels like she finally fits in. She has been accepted into the creative writing program of an elite school, but once there, her creative juices stop flowing.… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services February 12, 2021
Genesis Begins Again Genesis Begins Again

by Alicia Williams

Genesis has an awful lot to handle for a 13-year-old. She and her family have been evicted several times because her father’s paycheck goes toward alcohol and gambling and her mom’s pay doesn’t cover the rest. Dad’s words hurt when he’s drunk; the most hurtful of them that Genesis is too black, like him, and not enough like her light-skinned mom. Even her black… Continue

Laura Goldsborough Recommended by Laura Goldsborough Children's Services Librarian, February 11, 2021
This is How We Fly This is How We Fly

by Anna Meriano

Also available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/3eHl8Jx

As if the fact that the plot is loosely based on Cinderella wasn’t enough, add in quidditch and you won’t want to put this book down. Ellen Lopez-Rourke is 17 and a soon-to-be college freshman. She spends her last summer at home dealing with drama with her BFFs, conflict at home and channeling her anxiety into her newfound passion for quidditch. Through these struggles and changes,… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services January 29, 2021
Measuring Up Measuring Up

by Lily LaMotte

When Cici and her family emigrate from Taiwan to Seattle, Cici misses her grandmother, A-má, more than anything. Determined to buy A-má a plane ticket to visit for her birthday, Cici signs up for a six-week cooking competition. She must decide whether she should cook the delicious Taiwanese dishes A-má taught her, or learn new recipes to please the American judges. Readers… Continue

Emily Roth Recommended by Emily Roth Children's Services Librarian, January 28, 2021
Opposite of Always Opposite of Always

by Justin A. Reynolds

Available via Overdrive: http://bit.ly/3vmj4MK and Hoopla: https://bit.ly/3qQxWPZ

This #OwnVoices rom-com explores the possibilities of having a second, or infinite second chances, to save the one you love. When Jack meets funny, sweet, Froot Loops loving Kate, it’s love at first sight. Even his family and friends love her. But tragedy strikes and Kate dies unexpectedly. Jack feels like his world is caving in, but in an unexpected twist, he wakes up to find himself… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services January 15, 2021
A Cuban Girl's Guide to Tea and Tomorrow A Cuban Girl's Guide to Tea and Tomorrow

by Laura Taylor Namey

Also available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/2M6tcXK

In this #OwnVoices novel, 17-year-old Lila has her life planned out in Miami after high school graduation. She's got her boyfriend, best friend and abuela all playing equal roles. However, after a series of unfortunate events, her future can no longer be the one she imagined. Her parents have family friends in England and send Lila there to reset her mental health. Although she's not initially… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services January 01, 2021
Victor And Nora: A Gotham Love Story Victor And Nora: A Gotham Love Story

by Lauren Myracle

Also available in Hoopla: https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/13692195

This reimagining of Mr. Freeze and Nora’s backstory introduces these doomed lovebirds as teenagers, plagued by personal troubles, but full of life, love and curiosity. Told in alternating perspectives, the story opens with Victor and Nora’s chance meeting and follows their blossoming relationship. Vivid color palates and alternating artistic styles convey the characters' range of… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services December 03, 2020
Wild bird Wild bird

by Wendelin Van Draanen

Also available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/2VUtp24

Wren goes to a wilderness survival camp in an attempt to turn her life around. Well, it’s more her parents’ decision than hers. At first, she hates it, but as she realizes her mistakes and makes a friend named Hannah, she starts to have fun. During the eight-week camp, she learns wilderness skills, including how to make a fire without a match, and how to make and take down a tent… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services December 03, 2020
Twins Twins

by Varian Johnson

Maureen and Francine are identical twins, but even though they look alike, there are a thousand ways in which they’re different. Now in sixth grade, Francine wants to be viewed as an individual, while Maureen is still happy to be part of a pair. For the first time, Maureen fears that she and Francine are growing apart. Can Maureen find the confidence to navigate middle school without her… Continue

Emily Roth Recommended by Emily Roth Children's Services Librarian, December 03, 2020
Doodleville Doodleville

by Chad Sell

Ever wish your doodles and drawings would come to life? That's exactly what Drew is dealing with in Doodleville. Drew loves drawing, but faces challenges when her doodles come alive and escape while on a visit to the Art Institute of Chicago. Deciding it is time to take her talents to the next level, Drew draws a monster she names Leviathan. Just like the other doodles, this particular monster… Continue

Children's Services Recommended by Children's Services November 20, 2020
Ship Breaker Ship Breaker

by Paolo Bacigalupi

Also available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/3fl2Ewo

Set in a dystopian future on an earth ravaged by environmental disaster and civilizations toppled by corporate empires, each day is a survival story. Nailer survives mostly because he is small. He is a valuable scavenger, able to break down copper wiring from the tightest passages of the ships that frequently sink along the Mississippi River. When Nailer discovers the wreckage of an elite… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services November 20, 2020
The Fountains of Silence The Fountains of Silence

by Ruta Sepetys

Also available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/3pMubvA

Sepetys follows four people in 1950s Madrid when Spain is under the rule of Francisco Franco. Rafa works at a slaughterhouse and is tormented by the memory of his father’s murder at the hands of “the Crows,” Franco’s guards. Ana is a maid in a hotel and dreams of leaving Spain. She is drawn to a guest named Daniel. Puri works with babies at an orphanage, and some may have… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services November 06, 2020
Mia Mayhem is a Superhero! Mia Mayhem is a Superhero!

by Kara West

Meet Mia, an ordinary eight-year-old who finds out she has an extraordinary super-secret, she’s A SUPERHERO! All her life, Mia thought she was a super klutz. It turns out, most of her accidents are really the results of her superpowers, and now, she can perfect them in her afterschool Program for In-Training Superheroes, a.k.a. THE PITS. With graphic illustrations on almost every page, this… Continue

Kendra Recommended by Kendra Children's Services Associate, October 29, 2020
Battle of the Bad-Breath Bats Battle of the Bad-Breath Bats

by David Bowles

Cousins Malia, Ivan and Dante are visiting their Aunt Lucy for the summer. On the way to a waterpark, they meet an old woman who suggests they take a shortcut through an alley. They come out on 13th Street, but it's really a strange world filled with dangerous beasts. This beginning chapter book series is perfect for kids ages 5-8 who love “scary” stories that are also funny.… Continue

Patti Eaton Recommended by Patti Eaton Children's Services Assistant Manager, October 22, 2020
In the Hall with the Knife In the Hall with the Knife

by Diana Peterfreund

No waiting on Hoopla: https://bit.ly/3kzZ43p

A creepy mansion, a murder and six suspects. This novel adaptation of the Clue board game opens with chapters for each protagonist: Beth ‘Peacock’ Picach, Orchid McKee, Vaughn Green, Sam ‘Mustard’ Maestor, Finn Plum and Scarlet Mistry. Students at a Maine boarding school, these six are stranded with their headmaster during a terrible storm when the headmaster is murdered.… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services October 20, 2020
The Gilded Wolves The Gilded Wolves

by Roshani Chokshi

Also available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/2Hw9lzD

The backdrop is 1889 Paris, just weeks before the Exposition Universelle begins. There are six main characters, all misfits of very diverse backgrounds, led by the ambitious Séverin. The story follows them as they try to pull off a heist, prevent an evil organization from taking over their magical society and save the world from fascism. Séverin and his accomplices deal with… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services October 13, 2020
Your Own Worst Enemy Your Own Worst Enemy

by Gordon Jack

Also available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/34uhPQi

Three candidates; one student council president. Incumbent Stacey Wynn believes she is a shoo-in for reelection, but she doesn’t know about the secret crush her campaign advisor Brian has on new girl and second candidate, Julia Romero. In fact, Stacey believes Brian is gay, until Julia enters the race and starts flirting with Brian. Things really heat up when a third candidate, famous… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services October 06, 2020
Now That I've Found You Now That I've Found You

by Kristina Forest

Available via Overdrive: https://bit.ly/30581JM

Evie and Milo travel all over New York City trying to find Gigi. Gigi, Evie's Hollywood-legend-grandmother, has been a recluse for the last 20 years after an incident at an award show ceremony. Evie is on the brink of becoming the next big star herself, but needs Gigi’s help after the betrayal of one of her closest "friends." Evie and Milo need to find her before she is scheduled to accept… Continue

Teen Services Recommended by Teen Services September 09, 2020