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March 15, 2011 at 11:16 am Leave a comment

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Across the Universe – by Beth Revis
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Science Fiction/Romance. When 17-year-old Amy submits to being cryogenically frozen, she expects to be awakened 300 years in the future, along with her parents, on the planet that will be their new home. But someone on the spaceship Godspeed nearly kills her by unplugging her cryo chamber 50 years early…and, as Amy and 16-year-old Elder, the ship’s second-in-command, soon discover, it wasn’t an accident. Narrated alternately by both Elder and Amy, this highly suspenseful read explores the rigid shipboard society of the Godspeed and, with its thrilling combination of mystery and romance, should please fans of Dom Testa’s Galahad series.

Half brother – Kenneth Oppel
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Documents the childhood efforts of Ben Tomlin to protect a young chimpanzee raised in his home as a family member as part of a university science experiment that subsequently lost funding. By the Printz Honor-winning author of Airborn.

Warped – Maurissa Guibord
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Acquiring a dusty unicorn tapestry that causes her to dream about past lives, Tessa releases a centuries-old secret and meets 16th-century nobleman William de Chaucy before encountering an evil sorceress who steals threads of human lives from the Fates.

Annexed – Sharon Dogar

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A retelling of the story of Anne Frank imagines life in the secret annex from the perspective of Peter, who overcomes an initial loathing for the precocious young diarist before falling in love with her and questioning his faith in light of frightening persecutions.
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Bright young things – Anna Godbersen
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The Jazz Age is brought to life through the eyes of three teenage girls–Cordelia Grey, Letty Larkspur and Astrid Donal–who find romance, intrigue and adventure amid the glamorous mansions of Long Island and the glaring lights of Broadway.

Low red moon – Ivy Devlin
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Seventeen-year-old Avery can remember nothing to explain her parents’ violent death in the woods where they live, but after meeting Ben, a mysterious new neighbor, she begins to believe some of the stories she has heard about creatures of the forest.

Scars – C. A. Rainfield
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Fifteen-year-old Kendra, a budding artist, has not felt safe since she began to recall devastating memories of childhood sexual abuse, especially since she cannot remember her abuser’s identity, and she copes with the pressure by cutting herself.

Not that kind of girl – Siobhan Vivian
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Countering a pack of freshman whose highly sexualized pep-rally stunt has compromised the school’s reputation, newly elected student-council president Natalie endeavors to prove the non-importance of sex until she begins a secret first relationship.

I shall wear midnight – Terry Pratchett
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Combines comedy and thrilling action in the breathtaking adventure of Tiffany Aching and the Wee Free Men as the young witch faces an insidious new foe, one who whispers threats of violence and quietly unleashes mayhem.

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