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Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Eleanor and Park are teenagers from two wildly different backgrounds.  Eleanor is trying to cope with a difficult home situation, while Park struggles with his biracial identity.  Enemies at first, they slowly bond over a shared seat on the bus and a passion for comic books and mix tapes (it’s 1986).  What starts out as a tentative friendship quickly turns into love, and they face a series of challenges that threaten to break them apart.

Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley

During the summer before his senior year Cullen Witter experiences some major life events—his cousin overdoses, his town becomes obsessed with a bird, he hooks up with his dream girl, and most importantly his little brother Gabriel goes missing. And while Cullen is grappling with the meaning of it all and having zombie daydreams, Benton Sage is having a crisis of faith half way around the world. The two plots inch closer and closer together until they merge and then the reader is in for an intriguing surprise. It’s no wonder this book won the 2012 Printz Award.

Beneath a Meth Moon by Jacqueline Woodson

Laurel Daneau is living on the street, begging for money to buy more drugs. Crazy. Just a few months ago she was a cheerleader at her new high school. But then she met T-Boom and not only does he love basketball and kissing Laurel, but he also loves meth. But don't worry...they'll never be addicts. Check Our Catalog

Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler

Min Green is writing Ed Slaterton a l-o-n-g breakup letter. Going through each love token she saved in a box in her closet (including a movie ticket, a protractor and a box of matches) , Min describes how the mismatched couple (he’s a popular jock and she’s “arty”) met, fell in love and fell apart. The way their story unfolds, and the illustrations of each item, is charming. Check Our Catalog

Dead to You by Lisa McMann

Ethan was abducted when he was 7 years old; now 16, he is reunited with his family. After living with his abductor, in a group home and on the street, it's hard for him to adjust to school, curfews and siblings.Tensions build as Ethan falls in love with Cami, the girl next door, and his brother Blake doubts his story. Why can't Ethan remember anything about his past or the day he was kidnapped? Dead to You is a believable story with likeable characters, and an ending that will hit you hard.

Hold Still by Nina LaCour

Caitlin thought she knew everything about her best friend Ingrid. But after Ingrid commits suicide—and leaves Caitlin a farewell journal—Caitlin realizes that there was more going on in Ingrid's life than Caitlin could have ever imagined. Chronicling Caitlin's year following Ingrid's suicide, this book is emotionally raw and poetically written. Check Our Catalog

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