By Aimee Carter
Escaping a life of marginalization and misery, Kitty Doe joins the most powerful family in the country, a choice that requires her to assume the identity of the Prime Minister's niece and stop a rebellion that ended her predecessor's life.
By Matt de la Pena
After an earthquake destroys California and a tsunami wrecks the luxury cruise ship where he is a summer employee, high schooler Shy confronts another deadly surprise.
By Nick Lake
Seventeen-year-old Amy, her father, and her stepmother become hostages when Somalian pirates seize their yacht, but although she builds a bond with one of her captors it becomes brutally clear that the price of life and its value are two very different things.
Go: A Kidd's Guide to Graphic Design
By Chip Kidd
Chip is is "the closest thing to a rock star" in the design world (USA Today), and in Go he explains not just the elements of design -- including form, line, color, scale, typography, and more -- but most important, how to use those elements in creative ways. Like putting the word "go" on a stop sign, Go is all about shaking things up -- and teens will love its playful spirit and belief that the world looks better when you look at it differently.
By Josin L. McQuein
A contemporary thriller about the lengths one girl will go in order to get revenge on the boy who ruined her cousin's life.
By Alethea Kontis
Companion novel to ENCHANTED: Saturday Woodcutter accidentally conjures an ocean in the backyard and, with sword in tow, sets sail on a pirate ship, only to find herself kidnapped and held captive by a mountain witch with the power to destroy the world.
Man Made Boy
By Jon Skovron
Tired of being sheltered from humans, seventeen-year-old Boy, son of Frankenstein's Monster and the Bride of Frankenstein, runs away from home and embarks on a wild road trip that takes him across the country and deep into the heart of America.
By Daniel Harmon
Super Pop offers a maximum-pleasure, minimum-effort way to become smarter, happier, and more likely to survive your next family function (or a shark attack). This hilarious and wide-ranging guide sorts nearly 500 different bestsellers, blockbusters, and underappreciated gems into quirky top ten lists, like "Outwit Death: Essential Lessons in Survival," and "Achieve Mindfulness: Movies that Will Show You the Way (With Wise Elders Now Included)." So whether you're looking for some motivational workout music, need help planning a July 4th double feature, or just want to pick up some knowledge without straining your brain, this book has you covered. Super Pop! makes sense of pop culture -- and then puts pop culture back to work!
Eat, Brains, Love
By Jeff Hart
New Jersey teens Jake Stephenson and Amanda Blake are turning into zombies and, having devoured half of their senior class, they are on the run, pursued by teen psychic Cass, a member of a government unit charged with killing zombies and keeping their existence secret.
By Carol Goodman
After a summer locked away in a mental institution, seventeen-year-old orphan Ava Hall is sent to Blythewood, a finishing school for young ladies that is anything but ordinary
One Crow Alone
By S.D. Crockett
Born at the height of a mid-twenty-first-century ice age, fifteen-year-old Willo Blake encounters outlaws, halfmen, and an abandoned girl while journeying in search of his family members who have mysteriously disappeared from their freezing mountaintop home.
This Is Not a Writing Manual: Notes for the Young Writer in the Real World
By Kerri Majors
You're an aspiring writer. The last thing you need is another preachy writing manual telling you how you should write. This book isn't a writing manual -- it's a series of candid and irreverent essays on the writing life, from a writer who's lived it. Kerri Majors shares stories from her own life that offer insights on the realities all writers face: developing a writing voice, finding a real job (and yes, you do need to find one), taking criticism, getting published, and dealing with rejection. This Is Not a Writing Manual is the writing memoir for young writers who want to use their talents in the real world.
Charm & Strange
By Stephanie Kuehn
A lonely teenager exiled to a remote Vermont boarding school in the wake of a family tragedy must either surrender his sanity to the wild wolves inside his mind or learn that surviving means more than not dying.
By Sean Williams
When her best friend, Libby, misuses instant transportation technology to alter her appearance, seventeeen-year-old Clair is drawn into a shadowy world of conspiracies and cover-ups as she attempts to save Libby from the hidden consequences of her actions.
Until It Hurts to Stop
By Jennifer R. Hubbard
A former victim of middle school bullying, seventeen-year-old Maggie struggles to navigate the high school world of love and friendships, finding solace in her love of hiking.