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YA novels have come a long way since The Baby-Sitters Club (we still love you, Claudia.) Don’t miss out on some of the most thrilling, hilarious and heartbreaking books of the year. They have teen protagonists, but they’re not just for kids. We promise.
Libby Strout, once named “America’s Fattest Teen,” wants to be seen for who she really is. And when she gets stuck in group counseling with the charming Jack Masselin, she is for the first time.
When terrorists bomb Disney World, the entire country is in mourning. But when a stranger shows up on 17-year-old Iris Spero’s front stoop, she discovers she might be the only person who can save the world.
After a suicide attempt and a string of heartbreaking losses, Charlotte ends up in a psychiatric ward for self-harmers. When she's discharged, she heads to Tucson to follow her crush, Mikey…who always loved her best friend more.
Armed with his father’s ashes, Victor Benucci leaves Hackensack, New Jersey, with a group of wonderfully weird misfits. Oh, and there’s a submarine involved.
This inventive fantasy tells the tale of Henrietta Howel, a female sorcerer who discovers she is the chosen one when she is invited to study with fellow trainees in glamorous Victorian London.
Henry Page is a hopeless romantic—the only problem is, he’s never really been in love. But when he meets Grace, who wears oversized boys’ clothes and walks with a cane, he finds love where he least expects it.
When beautiful cheerleader Brittany Montague throws herself off of a bridge dressed as the Winship Wildcat mascot, only Benny Flax and Virginia Leeds know why she did it.
This follow-up to the New York Times best seller Six of Crows brings fans back to the Amsterdam-inspired city of Ketterdam for more thrilling adventures in the Grishaverse.
Every year, Sierra and her parents travel from their Christmas tree farm in Oregon to California to sell trees. But one Christmas, Sierra meets Caleb, and everything changes.
Meet Daniel, a Korean boy who wants more than the life-plan his parents set out for him, and Natasha, a Jamaican girl who fears her family will be deported. What happens next is up to the universe.
Before Wonderland, the Queen of Hearts was a young girl who wanted to fall in love. But when she finds herself falling for the court jester, she enters a secret, forbidden courtship.
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