The Fourth Novel of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children.
An electrifying conclusion to the New York Times bestselling series Children of Eden that follows Rowan as she leaves behind the paradise she’s always dreamed of to save Eden – and the world – from a terrible fate.
A thrilling new fantasy series-full of deadly magic, double crosses, and a dangerous quest in a new world-from Sara Raasch, the New York Times bestselling author of the Snow Like Ashes series.
An action-packed political thriller filled with betrayal, plot twists, and touches of romance. Booklist
Magic, politics, and religion collide in unexpected ways in this action-packed fantasy adventure. Kirkus
A fierce feminist teen fantasy from debut author Bree Barton that explores a dark kingdom in which only women can possess magic-and every woman is suspected of having it.
A compulsively readable fantasy. Booklist
Barton weaves a girl-powered tale of love, family, and self-acceptance, and readers who appreciate fast paced, high-stakes fantasy will be ensnared by Mia’s adventures. Those looking for rich world-building will also find much to love. A must-buy for any library where fantasy is popular. School Library Journal
[An] evocative, epic ode to feminism, magic, and the wonder of fairy tales… A gripping, complex narrative balances emotion and logic in this trilogy opener, while vividly crafted characters and cinematic details create a world readers will want to get lost in. Publishers Weekly
“Nicci Cloke’s novel delves into some important and topical themes, exploring toxic masculinity, mental health, substance abuse and friendships turned sour…”Culturefly
All of This Is True is a story of obsession and revenge, betrayal and forgiveness, and the devastating result of a secret that didn’t stay buried.
“Utterly addictive and psychologically delectable – Penaflor’s second novel will shock at every twist and turn” Kirkus, starred review
“Penaflor keeps the tensions high and the pacing swift while giving each of the three young narrators a unique voice and perspective … Suspenseful and smart” Publishers Weekly
“A tightly wound and plausible cautionary tale … The unusual construct is highly effective and has the same addictive quality as sensational tabloids but with thoughtful themes and content” Booklist
“As original as it is disturbing … Readers will be compelled to interrogate their own stances on important contemporary questions” The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books, starred review
“Even with its addictive, soap opera-esque intrigue, Penaflor’s characters remain distinct and believable. Deliciously sordid yet thought-provoking … A must-have for YA collections” School Library Journal
From the author of Since You’ve Been Gone and The Unexpected Everything comes a dreamy story of summer romance and finding yourself, perfect for fans of Jenny Han and Sarah Dessen
Charlie Grant tries to keep her life as normal as possible. Hanging out with her best friend, pining for Jesse Foster – who she’s loved since she was twelve – and generally flying under the radar as much as she can.
The sequel to the New York Times best-selling Every Day
Every day a new body. Every day a new life. Every day a new choice.
For as long as A can remember, life has meant waking up in a different person’s body every day, forced to live as that person until the day has ended. A always thought there wasn’t anyone else who was like this. A was wrong.
Someday starts where Every Day left off. David Levithan takes readers further into the lives of A and Rhiannon, exploring more deeply what Every Day and Another Day had originally asked: What is a soul? What makes us human? And does gender matter when it comes to love?
Wildly kaleidoscopic and furiously cinematic, Home After Dark is a literary tour-de-force that renders the brutality of adolescence in the so-called nostalgic 1950s, evoking classics such as The Lord of the Flies. Thirteen-year-old Russell Pruitt, abandoned by his mother, follows his father to California in search of a dream. Forced to fend for himself, Russell struggles to survive in Marshfield, a dilapidated town haunted by a sadistic animal killer and a ring of malicious boys who bully Russell for being “queer”. Rescued from his booze-swilling father by Wen and Jian Mah, a Chinese immigrant couple who long for a child, Russell betrays them by running away with their restaurant’s proceeds. Told through thousands of spliced images, Home After Dark is a new form of literature, a shocking graphic interpretation of cinema verite.
Nell’s family arrives in Norway in financial disgrace. She is dominated by her family – her religious father and her sister, whose cancer stops Nell from embracing her dreams of a musical career. She doesn’t believe in love, either, until she falls for Lukas. But Lukas has his own dark agenda, and in this tale of hidden secrets and shocking twists, he manipulates Nell closer to the point of no return. How far is she willing to go for love?
“Nell’s capacity to recognise the potential dangers while also yearning to be with this charismatic boy makes this taut thriller completely believable. She’s a compelling heroine from a writer to watch.”