NEW Books – Fall 2018

We have a few new additions to our library collection! Click on each book image to preview. See Ms. Miller if you’re interested in providing a brief review on any of these books, or feel free to give any book recommendations for our library.

 

FICTION:

A Girl LIke That by Tanaz Bhathena

Bad Girls With Perfect Faces by Lynn Weingarten

Blood Water Paint by Joy McCullough

Damselfly: A Novel by Chandra Prasad

Hellraisers (The Devil’s Engine #1) by Alexander Gordon Smith

Hellwalkers (The Devil’s Engine #3) by Alexander Gordon Smith

How You Ruined My Life by Jeff Strand

I Have Lost My Way by Gayle Forman

Just Friends by Dyan Sheldon

Leah on the Offbeat by Becky Albertalli

Love, Life, and the List by Kasie West

Munmun by Jesse Andrews

Nothing Left to Burn by Heather Ezell

Not If I Save You First by Ally Carter

Now a Major Motion Picture by Cori McCarthy

People Like Us by Dana Mele

Smoke in the Sun (Fire in the Mist #2) by Renee Ahdieh

Strangers by David A. Robertson

Suitors and Sabatoge by Cindy Antsey

The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza by Shaun David Hutchinson

Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson

NON-FICTION:

Americanized: Rebel Without a Green Card by Sara Saedi

Claiming My Place by Price, Planaria J.

Ginger Kid:: mostly true tales from a former nerd by Steve Hofstetter

Hip Hop America by Nelson George

Know What I Mean? Reflections on Hip Hop by Michael Eric Dyson

Lighting Up the Brain : the science of optogenetics by Marc Zimmer

Manhunt: The 12 Day Chase for Lincoln’s Killer by James L. Swanson

Rookie on love : 45 voices on romance, friendship, and self-care edited by Tavi Gevinson

The Big Payback: The History of the Business of Hip-Hop by Dan Charnas

The History of Hip Hop by Eric Reese

The Tanning of America: How Hip-Hop Created a Culture That Rewrote the Rules of the New Economy by Steve Stoute

Voices in the air : poems for listeners by Naomi Shihab Nye

 

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