Fame & Celebrity

ThisIsWhatHappyLooksLike This is What Happy Looks Like
YA FIC SMITH
After an accidental email brings movie star Graham and small town girl Ellie together, they try to find out whether their online relationship can last in the real world.

Read our review of This is What Happy Looks Like.

RealityBoy Reality Boy
YA FIC KING
An emotionally damaged boy who was once an infamous reality TV star meets a girl from a dysfunctional
family who  helps him out of his angry shell.
Believe Believe
YA FIC ARONSON
Janine is the “Soul Survivor” who, as a small child, was the only survivor of a suicide bomb in Israel that killed her parents. Ten years later, she feels like she’s public property more than her own person.
YouLookDifferentInRealLife You Look Different in Real Life
YA FIC CASTLE
Five teens starring in a documentary film series about their ordinary lives must grapple with
questions of change and identity under the scrutiny of the camera.

Read our review of You Look Different in Real Life.

LACandy L.A. Candy
YA FIC CONRAD
When Jane is cast in a new reality show, she discovers that the fame and fortune of her new life come at a high price to herself and her friendships.
TheDaughters2 The Daughters
YA FIC PHILBIN
Three best friends who are all daughters of celebrities  try to balance between ordinary high school events like homecoming, and family functions like walking the red carpet with their famous parents.
TrueLegend True Legend
YA FIC LUPICA
Drew “True” Robinson loves being the best point-guard prospect in high school basketball, but learns the consequences
of fame when a former player takes him under his wing.
Wildflower Wildflower
YA FIC WHITAKER
Bird is discovered by a record label while playing in her family’s bluegrass band. As her star rises, she tries to stay true to her roots while navigating Nashville’s world of glamor and gold records.

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