Teen Fiction & Non-Fiction
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Finished with The Hunger Games? Take on this amazing trilogy full of everything dystopia! - Alice Boulrice, LMMS Librarian
Touted as "(Alcott's) Little Women meets (Eugenides') The Virgin Suicides," this novel about Latina sisterhood and loss is a great example of magic realist fiction. -Kelly Bower, EHS
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Falling in love proves very inconvenient for a WWII Japanese kamikazee pilot in Smith's historical fiction romance, filled with a rich sense of place and all the tension of wartime. - Kelly Bower, EHS
Rico Danger works hard to support her family & has never been one to buy into the lottery, but when the gas station where she works sells a multimillion dollar winning ticket that goes unclaimed, she enlists the help of super rich & popular Zan to help her track down the winner. I loved this take on social class, privilege, and, yes, love! - Molly Magro, Eyer Middle School Librarian
I loved this dual-narrator (& dual authored by two of my favorites!) novel on two teens getting involved in a campaign for a local election, and falling for each other in the process. - Molly Magro, Eyer Middle School Librarian
For those who enjoy novels in verse, this dual narrative concerns two teens from different countries who struggle with the loss of the father neither knew she shared with the other until his sudden death. Kelly Bower, EHS Librarian
Recently made into a movie, this book is an excellent choice for those who are interested in learning more about criminal justice. Bryan Stevenson works as an attorney and is looking to help represent those who have been wrongly imprisoned. Alice Boulrice, LMMS Librarian