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My Own Lightning: Wolf Hollow, Book 2

age 10+

Lovely sequel explores truth and forgiveness.

By: Lauren Wolk (2022)
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Diamond Park

age 15+

Teens track a suspected murderer in fast-paced adventure.

By: Phillipe Diederich (2022)
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How to Find What You're Not Looking For

age 10+

Remarkable, intimate exploration of ethnic identity.

By: Veera Hiranandani (2021)
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Kaleidoscope

age 12+

Haunting collection of story fragments traces love and loss.

By: Brian Selznick (2021)
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Everything Sad Is Untrue: (A True Story)

age 11+

Young refugee's story is told in memories, myths, fables.

By: Daniel Nayeri (2020)
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The Canyon's Edge

age 11+

Poetry lends shape to dramatic, gripping desert adventure.

By: Dusti Bowling (2020)
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Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All

age 14+

Haunting and unforgettable novel of love, loss, and hope.

By: Laura Ruby (2019)
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The Testaments: The Handmaid's Tale, Book 2

age 16+

Brilliant, violent sequel is worthy of the orginal.

By: Margaret Atwood (2019)
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Look Both Ways: A Tale Told in Ten Blocks

age 10+

Moving, interwoven stories of Black middle schoolers.

By: Jason Reynolds (2019)
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Black Beauty

age 10+

Classic horse novel has be-kind-to-animals message.

By: Anna Sewell (1887)
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How It Feels to Float

age 14+

Teen battles mental illness in unforgettable, hopeful story.

By: Helena Fox (2019)
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I Felt a Funeral, in My Brain

age 14+

Compelling tale of loss, love, addiction in poetry & prose.

By: Will Walton (2018)
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Jane, Unlimited

age 13+

Five offbeat, inventive stories in one wild mansion.

By: Kristin Cashore (2017)
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Midnight at the Electric

age 14+

Riveting blend of past and future explores love, choice.

By: Jodi Lynn Anderson (2017)
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The One Memory of Flora Banks

age 13+

Gripping thriller about a teen who can't make new memories.

By: Emily Barr (2017)
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We Are Okay

age 14+

Memorable story of friendship, loss, and family secrets.

By: Nina LaCour (2017)
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BOOK

The Poet's Dog

age 6+

Talking dog helps stranded kids in gentle book about grief.

By: Patricia MacLachlan (2016)
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Sula

age 15+

Haunting, complex tale of friendship best for older teens.

By: Toni Morrison (1973)
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Wolf Hollow

age 10+

Tween's search for justice is intense and beautiful.

By: Lauren Wolk (2016)
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I Crawl Through It

age 15+

Bizarre, brilliant, poignant tale of resilient teens.

By: A.S. King (2015)
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