New Books at the Library!
Some of the newest books at the library, stop by to see them all…
Freefall, by Ariela Anhalt. (February) (realistic fiction). Three students went up to the cliffs one night, but only two returned. What really happened?
Split, by Swati Avasthi. (March) (thriller, mystery) When Jace arrives at his brother’s house with a new face and a secret, the new life his brother helps him create can’t hide what happened in the old.
The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin, by Josh Berk. (February). Deaf, overweight and new in school, Will’s darkly funny observations about life in high school will have you laughing.
Fabulous, by Simone Bryant. (February) (realistic fiction). Beautiful, rich and powerful, the students at Pace Academy have everything… or do they?
Heist Society, by Ally Carter. (February) (mystery) Katrina Bishop is eager to escape her family’s business: art thievery. But when the police arrest her dad for a heist he didn’t commit, can she find the missing art before the real thief does?
Very LeFreak, by Rachel Cohn. (February) (realistic fiction). Very (Veronica) can’t stop checking her email, her facebook, her cell phone and everything else online, so when she starts failing her classes, a 28-day no-technology rehab may be the solution.
Sweet Little Lies, by Lauren Conrad. (February) Reality star Jane Roberts is shocked to be in the middle of a tabloid scandal, but is the culprit of all the drama closer than she suspects? Sequel to L.A.Candy
Whip It, by Shauna Cross. Bliss’s mother prefers pageants to, well, anything. But roller derby just might be her ticket out of the tiara world.
The Girl with the Mermaid Hair, by Delia Ephron. (January) (paranormal). Obsessed with her image, Sukie takes her picture at least once an hour… and a beautiful mirror from her grandmother seems like the perfect gift. But Sukie’s mirror shows more than the superficial.
Poisoned Honey, by Beatrice Gormley (March) (historical fiction). A fictionalized adaptation of the life of Mary Magdalene, this book chronicles “Marianne,” her life, her growth, some occult beliefs and her place in the great biblical stories.
Green Witch, by Alice Hoffman. (March) (paranormal fantasy) Suspected of being a witch, Green grows closer to other witches as she deals with her losses and tries to find her best friend and love.
All Unquiet Things, by Anna Jarzab. (February) (mystery). When their friend Carly is found dead, two reluctant girls team together to figure out what happened.
Captivate, by Carrie Jones (January) (paranormal). When her love Nick is injured, will Zara embrace the dark side and an evil king to save him? The sequel to Need (2009).
Finnikin of the Rock, by Melina Marchetta. (February) (fantasy). Can Finnikin save his cursed homeland with the help of the unpredictable Evanjalin? By the author of Printz winner Jellicoe Road.
Gone, by Lisa McMann (February) (paranormal) Janie can’t escape joining people’s dreams, and getting serious with her love and planning her future after high school is even more complicated when she meets her dad for the first time. The conclusion of the Wake/Fade trilogy.
Fang, a Maximum Ride Novel, by James Patterson (March) (fantasy). When clairvoyant Angel predicts Max’s love’s death, Max will do anything to protect Fang. Maximum Ride novels, book six
Borderline, by Alan Stratton. (March) (thriller) Sami Sabiri is the only Muslim kid in a private school, which isn’t easy. But when the FBI descends on his family, his life gets a whole lot crazier.
My Soul to Save, by Rachel Vincent (February) (paranormal). A suspicious death of a pop star leads Kaylee to a dark exchange of souls. Can she save souls while keeping her own? Sequel to My Soul To Save (2009).
Rikers High, by Paul Volponi. (February) (realistic fiction). Scarred in jail, and stuck with a crime he didn’t mean to commit, Martin struggles with high school behind bars.
Num8ers, by Rachel Ward. (February) (paranormal thriller) Jem sees numbers in her head when she looks at people, numbers that forecast when someone dies. With this grim gift, can she find happiness? Can she change her love’s expiration date?