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A STUDY IN CHARLOTTE by Brittany Cavallaro May 3 – May 9 THE DEVIL’S HIGHWAY Written and Narrated by Luis Alberto Urrea SOLO by Kwame Alexander with Mary Rand Hess May 10 – May 16 JOHNNY GET YOUR GUN by John Ball ON TWO FEET AND WINGS Written and Narrated by Abbas Kazerooni May 17 – May 23 BEING JAZZ Written and Narrated by Jazz Jennings SAVING MONTGOMERY SOLE by Mariko Tamaki May 24 – May 30 WHEN DIMPLE MET RISHI by Sandhya Menon BAKER’S MAGIC by Diane Zahler May 31 – June 6 LOVE AND FIRST SIGHT by Josh Sundquist EXTRAORDINARY MEANS by Robyn Schneider June 7 – June 13 EVERLAND by Wendy Spinale THE JUST MEN OF CORDOVA June 14 – June 20 MY NAME IS NOT FRIDAY by Jon Walter COME AUGUST, COME FREEDOM by Gigi Amateau June 21 – June 27 OPENLY STRAIGHT by Bill Konigsberg DOCTOR CERBERUS by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa June 28 – July 4 MACBETH by William Shakespeare, Performed by LA Theatre Works THE CURSE OF CROW HOLLOW by Billy Coffey July 5 – July 11 GIRLS LIKE US by Gail Giles THE INVISIBLE GIRLS by Sarah Thebarge July 12 – July 18 HOW TO HANG A WITCH Written and Narrated by Adriana Mather THE SCARLET LETTER by Nathaniel Hawthorne July 19 – July 25 THE LOST WORLD by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle MONSTROUS BEAUTY by Elizabeth Fama Teen reading groups across the country have selected their nominees for this year’s Teens’ Top Ten, a YA literature award selected entirely BY and FOR teens. Wallis will play 12-year-old genius Willow Chance, the novel’s precocious and offbeat narrator who must rebuild her life after the death of her adoptive parents in a car accident.
Read titles from this list all summer long, and then enter your votes online starting August 15th. This year’s “Teens’ Top Ten” list has been announced! If you haven’t read it yet, check it out before it hits the screens!
The web site includes a teen calendar of events, a changing collection of photos, and links to and information on other teen resources and programs.
— February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month.
This year is loaded with lots of great choices for fantasy fans especially. by Tomi Adeyemi (#1 in the Legacy of Orisha series) Fantasy.
This novel has received lots of buzz this spring, and readers are reporting that it lives up to the hype….
by Victoria Aveyard (#4 in the Red Queen series) Fantasy.
, Garber turns her attention in this novel to Scarlett’s younger sister, Donatella. The Eye of Minds by James Dashner The Teen Library Council is organizing a fantastic first-time tour of Patten Free Library’s haunted basement.
Having made a deal with a criminal to save her sister Scarlett from a disastrous arranged marriage, Tella must win Caraval and uncover Legend’s identity, or risk losing everything, including her life. When families go missing in Baltimore County, Jane Mc Keene, who is studying to become an Attendant, finds herself in the middle of a conspiracy that has her fighting for her life against powerful enemies. Guaranteed to be a frightfully good time for fearless souls in grades seven and up.
There’s only one summer camp in her price range—Russian summer camp.
Nothing could prepare her for all the “cool girl” drama, endless Russian history lessons, and outhouses straight out of nightmares!