Young Adult Fiction

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    Brooding YA Hero
    Becoming a Main Character (Almost) as Awesome as Me
    By Carrie DiRisio, By Broody McHottiepants, Illustrated by Linnea Gear
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Have you ever wished you could receive a little guidance from your favorite book boyfriend? Ever dreamed of being the Chosen One in a YA novel? Want to know all the secrets of surviving the dreaded plot twist? Or maybe you're just really confused about what "opal-tinted, luminous cerulean orbs" actually... [READ MORE]
    The Girl Who Wouldn?t Die
    By Randall Platt
    (Sky Pony Press)
    It’s 1939 in Poland, and Arab knows that standing up for anyone—especially her Jewish family—only paints a target on her back. So she plans to survive the Nazi occupation the way she always has: disguise herself as an Aryan boy, lead her street gang, and sell whatever she can steal. But though Arab starts... [READ MORE]
    Jacked Up
    By Erica Sage
    (Sky Pony Press)
    It’s bad enough that Nick’s sister is dead and, in some bizarre attempt to force him to confront his grief, his parents are shipping him off to Jesus Camp. But he’s also being haunted by the ghost of Jack Kerouac—who’s surprisingly annoying, for a genius. And if arguing with a dead beat poet weren’t... [READ MORE]
    The Harper Effect
    By Taryn Bashford
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Seventeen-year-old Harper was once a rising star on the tennis court—until her coach dropped her for being “mentally weak.” Without tennis, who is she? Her confidence at an all-time low, she secretly turns to her childhood friend, next-door neighbor Jacob—who also happens to be her sister’s very recent... [READ MORE]
    Sleight
    By Jennifer Sommersby
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Growing up in the Cinzio Traveling Players circus, Genevieve Flannery is accustomed to a life most teenagers could never imagine: daily workouts of extravagant acrobatics; an extended family of clowns; wild animals for pets; and her mother Delia, whose mind has always been tortured by visions—but whose... [READ MORE]
    Freak 'N' Gorgeous
    By Sebastian J. Plata, By Sebastian J. Plata, By Sebastian J. Plata, By Sebastian J. Plata
    (Sky Pony Press)
    In a world not unlike our own, there is a phenomenon called the Inexplicable Development—a somewhat rare occurrence that causes permanent changes. Average-looking under-the-radar sixteen-year-old Konrad Wolnik's life is turned upside down when one morning he wakes up stunningly hot—he has washboard abs,... [READ MORE]
    When the Beat Drops
    By Anna Hecker
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Seventeen-year-old Mira has always danced to her own beat. A music prodigy in a family of athletes, she'd rather play trumpet than party -- and with her audition to a prestigious jazz conservatory just around the corner (and her two best friends at music camp without her), she plans to spend the summer... [READ MORE]
    The Letting Go
    By Deborah Markus
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Everyone Emily has ever loved has been brutally murdered. The killer has never been caught, but Emily knows who’s responsible. She is. It’s the only possible explanation. Emily is the one thing all the victims have in common, which can only mean that someone—or something—is killing them to make her suffer.... [READ MORE]
    Antipodes
    By Michele Bacon
    (Sky Pony Press)
    When Erin Cerise steps off her plane in Christchurch, New Zealand, she is focused intently on her mission: do something unique that will erase the mess she made of her life on her 17th birthday. She’s already lost her swim team captainship, her boyfriend Ben, and her reputation. Her mother is certain... [READ MORE]
    Life Before
    By Michele Bacon
    (Sky Pony Press)
    Everyone believes Xander has a normal life and a normal family. If he can just get through this summer, he?ll start his real life in college with a clean slate?no risk, no drama, no fear.Even better, his plans for summer are awesome: lots of pick-up soccer, relaxing afternoons with friends, and an epic... [READ MORE]
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