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  • Genre: Realistic Fiction
  • a + e 4ever: A Graphic Novel

    Two misfits find each other as they explore their sexual identities.
  • The 10 PM Question

    When a new girl, a free-spirit who doesn't seem to worry about anything, arrives at school, Frankie begins to question the way he looks at his life.
  • 10 Things I Hate About You

    Cameron falls for the most beautiful girl in school. However, she is forbidden to date until the most hated girl in school, her ill-tempered older sister, goes out too.
  • 100 Sideways Miles

    Finn Easton is trying to find his own story, but between epileptic blank-outs and his doomed first love, he has a hard time seeing his path. Heyborne's angsty, discontented teen guy narration perfectly expresses Finn's frustration with the universe.
  • 100 Sideways Miles

    Finn Easton is trying to find his own story, but between epileptic blank-outs and his doomed first love, he has a hard time seeing his path. Heyborne's angsty, discontented teen guy narration perfectly expresses Finn's frustration with the universe.
  • 10th Grade: A Novel

    What Jeremy Reskin lacks in grammatical skill he more than makes up for in self-reflection in this record of the events of his sophomore year, which reveals his fascination with new-girl-in-town Renee Shopmaker, his changing relationships with his family, and his attempts to sort out the nature of friendship.
  • 12 Things to Do Before You Crash and Burn

    The mission: find the unattainable and beautiful woman.
  • 13 Little Blue Envelopes

    When seventeen-year-old Ginny receives a packet of mysterious envelopes from her favorite aunt, she leaves New Jersey to criss-cross Europe on a sort of scavenger hunt that transforms her life.
  • 16 1/2 on the Block (series #2)

    Daniels continues the saga of twins Kenzie and Mya, in this follow-up to "16 on the Block."
  • 16 on the Block (series #1)

    Sixteen-year-old Summer Flynt is forced to grow up quickly when she learns she is responsible for her older sister's debt to a thug.
  • 5 Centimeters Per Second

    A poignant look at love, loss, and hope in modernday Japan.
  • Absolute Brightness

    In the beach town of Neptune, New Jersey, Phoebe's life is changed irrevocably when her gay cousin moves into her house and soon goes missing.
  • The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

    A fledgling cartoonist, Arnold Spirit Jr., or Junior as he's known on the rez, leaves his Spokane Indian Reservation high school after throwing his 30-year-old geometry textbook at his teacher. Reading his own work with appropriate pacing and true emotion, Alexie explores major issues of belonging and leaving your community, life and death, and the value of friendship.
  • The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

    Born with water on the brain, Arnold Spirit, aka Junior, transfers to an all-white school off his reservation. He knows he won't easily fit in, but with self-determination and a solid personal identity, he has the chance to succeed.
  • An Abundance of Katherines

    Having been recently dumped for the nineteenth time by a girl named Katherine, recent high school graduate and former child prodigy Colin sets off on a road trip with his best friend to try to find some new direction in life while also trying to create a mathematical formula to explain his relationships.
  • An Abundance of Katherines

    Colin has been dumped by his nineteenth Katherine and is no longer a “child prodigy” and definitely not an adult genius. His wise-cracking buddy Hassan decides that the cure for Colin's blues is to take a summer road trip. The smart, quirky characters come to life with Jeff Woodman's gentle, thoughtful interpretation.
  • Accidents of Nature

    Seventeen-year-old Jean begins to question her role in the world while attending a summer camp for children with disabilities. Lamia skillfully portrays both the interior voice and exterior (disabled) voice of Jean, as well as those of other disabled campers.
  • Adios, Nirvana

    Jonathan lost his twin to an accident and his will to move on. His friends, and the man he is ghostwriting WWII memoirs for will not let him slide.
  • The Adoration of Jenna Fox

    Her parents tell her that she has just awoken from a coma after a terrible accident, but Jenna Fox doesn't remember anything about her life. Narrator Jenna Lamia brilliantly brings to life one of the most empty — literally — young women in fiction.
  • After

    How can someone like Devon – so driven, so focused, so good at everything – do something as horrible as throwing a baby in the trash? Devon can't believe it since she denies she was even pregnant, but the truth can only be covered up for so long before everything starts falling apart.
  • After

    Baby in the dumpster – why?
  • After

    In the aftermath of a nearby school shooting, a grief and crisis counselor takes over Central High School and enacts increasingly harsh measures to control students, while those who do not comply disappear.
  • After Ever After

    Jeffrey learns to live life to the fullest while getting his first girlfriend, wondering why his best friend and fellow cancer survivor is acting so weird, and trying to cope with post-treatment disabilities.  Podehl captures the spirit and emotion of a middle school cancer survivor with humor and grace.
  • After Ever After

    Jeffrey must figure out how to live as a cancer survivor, and graduate eighth grade.
  • After Tupac and D Foster

    D Foster walks into the neighborhood where the narrator and her best friend Neeka live and opens up a whole new world to them, with Tupac's musical influence as a background. Susan Spain's narration brings the girls' intertwined stories to life as she conveys the emotional turmoil that is part of growing up.
  • Aftermath

    Charlotte endured four years of captivity and abuse. Can she survive the drama of returning to a home she doesn't recognize?
  • Afterward

    When the searchers looking for recently kidnapped Dylan find him, they also come upon Ethan, who disappeared over four years ago.
  • Air

    Activism and extreme sports combine on the streets of Baltimore.
  • Airhead

    The body of a model, the mind of a tomboy gamer.
  • Akata Witch

    American-born Sunny, who lives in Nigeria, is an athlete but, being albino, can only play at night. She is a misfit until she discovers soul mates, juju, and latent magical powers.
  • Alchemy and Meggy Swann

    In 1573, the crippled, scorned, and destitute Meggy Swann goes to London, where she meets her father, an impoverished alchemist, and eventually discovers that although her legs are bent and weak, she has many other strengths.
  • All American Boys

    What should have been a typical Friday night explodes into racial violence when Quinn witnesses a cop beating 16-year-old Rashad. Nobbs and Lockard's compelling narration infuses this audiobook with realistic energy and attitude.
  • All American Boys

    Accused of shoplifting and resisting arrest, Rashad is beaten by a police officer. Racial tension runs high as friends take sides and a community is divided.
  • All Fall Down

    Grace witnessed a horrific event and now is being shipped off overseas to live with her grandfather in the hopes of making Grace forget about the past.
  • All in Pieces

    Savannah is solely focused on taking care of her little brother with special needs and avoiding her alcoholic father. Then she meets Cameron at her alternative high school.
  • All the Bright Places

    After Theodore “Freak” Finch talks down popular Violet Markey from the school bell tower, they team up for a project wandering Indiana.  Meyers' authentic teen voice captures Violet's fear and heartbreak; Heyborne voices Finch with such vibrancy it makes his descent all the more heartbreaking.
  • All the Bright Places

    Theodore Finch and Violet Markey have never met before, but the day they meet on the ledge of their school's bell tower, their lives become linked forever.
  • All the Bright Places

    When Finch and Violet met, they were both on the edge. Of a bell tower, that is. Though neither jumps, Finch has to try harder and harder to fight his bipolar disorder, as Violet begins to learn how to live in the present moment.
  • All the Broken Pieces

    Matt has two families -- one in America and one in Vietnam.
  • Almost Perfect

    The arrival of formerly homeschooled Sage -- self-aware and unique -- forces eighteen-year-old Logan to question who he is and whom he loves. Heyborne brings to the surface the tension and angst of both teens' outbursts as Sage reveals that she is transgender.
  • Almost Perfect

    Logan's friendship with Sage, the new girl at school, begins to evolve into more until she reveals her secret. This story of acceptance is not just about how we love, but the surprise of who we love.
  • Almost Perfect

    Logan's friendship with Sage, the new girl at school, begins to evolve into more until she reveals her secret. This story of acceptance is not just about how we love, but the surprise of who we love.
  • Along for the Ride

    On a whim, Auden decides to spend the summer with her father and his family. Despite her desire to remain emotionally distant from the drama that is in the house, Auden finds herself lending her stepmother a reluctant hand. Rachel Botchan brings Auden to life. It is as if Auden herself is sharing the story of her summer over a cup of coffee in a late night diner.
  • Along for the Ride

    Dessen has given teens a safe haven highlighting the many complexities teens face today.  Her voice is authentic and assumes the reader is as intelligent and multi-faceted as her characters. Notably, each of the honored selections is engaging and accessib
  • Ambitious: A Premier High Novel

    Can this Brooklyn girl make it all the way to Hollywood?
  • American Born Chinese

    Jin Wang just wants to fit in.
  • American Girls

    After “borrowing” her mother-in-law's credit card to escape some trouble in Atlanta, Anna lands in Los Angeles where she spends the summer with her sister, an aspiring actress trying to shake her B-movie status. Anna, meanwhile, researches the Charles Man
  • An American Insurrection: The Battle of Oxford, Mississippi, 1962

    When James Meredith became the first black man to enter the University of Mississippi, he forced America to face the contradiction of second-class citizenship for multitudes of its black citizens, not with speeches, boycotts, or sit-ins, but on a battlefield. Doyle takes teens to two of those battlefields: a cerebral one where Meredith, President John Kennedy, and Governor Barnett grapple over politics; and a physical one, where federal troops and local mobs converge on the university campus.
  • Amy & Roger's Epic Detour

    Amy and Roger must both learn to deal with loss while on a road trip across the country which doesn't go as expected.
  • Anansi Boys

    After Fat Charlie Nancy's father drops dead on a karaoke stage, Charlie meets Spider, a brother he never knew he had and isn't sure he wants.