One of Us Is Lying is the story of what happens when five strangers walk into detention and only four walk out alive. Sixteen-year-old Ivy Higgins is the only student at Carmel Heights High School who listens to cassettes.
Everyone is a suspect, and everyone has something to hide. And her binder is the only one decorated with album artwork by 80s band Chasing Eveline.
After a surprise attack, Noemi finds herself stranded in space...
From the multi-award-winning author of Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe comes a gorgeous new story about love, identity, and families lost and found. Created to protect a galactic Senator's daughter, Sidonia.
Also lots of non-fiction and books for younger children. Young Adult Fiction about Bullying (Lawrence Kansas PL, KS): Author, title and summary for 8 books for kids aged 11 and up. Divorce -- Books for Teens (Precious Heart Chaplaincy, Crisis, Grief, Death and Divorce Archive, TX): Author, title, publication info, page count, and summary for over 250 books, most fiction. Outstanding Books for the College-Bound Student (American Library Association): Includes author, title, publication year, and a one-line summary of book. College-Bound Reading List (Arrowhead Library System, Janesville WI): List of about 40 works each of American Lit and World Lit (including English), and over 30 books of history/biography, as well as works in science, social science, drama, and poetry. Recommended College Reading (Northbrook Public Library, IL): 'Titles recently chosen for common reading by liberal arts colleges ranked highest by .' Author and title only for about 10 biographies, about 20 general non-fiction works, and about 25 fiction titles. Rebel Reads (Ocean County Library, NJ): 'Feel like an outsider?
Bullying: Young Adult Fiction (Library Thing): Author, title, and link to more info for more than 30 books tagged by Library Thing users. Young Carers' Stories (Booklist for Children and Young People) (City of Birmingham, UK): Books about children and teens who care for others will illnesses or injuries. Some books are also appropriate for younger readers. College Bound: Teen Fiction Novels on Campus (Louisville Free Public Library, KY): Author, title, cover image, webcat link and summary for 12 books set on college campuses, including . You're not alone.' Author, title and summary for about 20 titles, in title order from by Catherine Atkins. Outsiders: Books for Young Teens (Madison Public Library, WI): Title, author, and summary for about a dozen books about misfits, runaways, and alienated kids, from . Fiction for Grades 6-8 (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for over 40 novels, from Kathi Appelt's .
In this book, the vampires of Morganville are disappearing one by one, after being seen in the company of creepy newcomer Magnus.
As the town begins to realize the danger Magnus poses, Claire has to decide how (and if) she can save the Morganville vampires from this new threat.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel hooked a whole generation of teens.
2006.) Realistic Fiction (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for over 100 fiction titles in these categories: Abuse/Harassment; Alcohol/Drugs; Death/Dying; Disabilities/Diseases/Mental Health; Divorce/Relationships; Fitting In; Food Issues/Weight Concerns; Pregnancy/Sex; Working & Living Together. Realistic Fiction for Teens (Info Soup - Appleton Public Library): Sections: Abuse, Body image and eating disorders, Death and suicide, Drug and alcohol use and abuse, Fitting in, Gangs and violence, Physical and mental diseases and disabilities, Teen Parenthood, Teen relationships. year, cover image, webcat link and summary for about 90 titles in all. Changes and Choices (San Francisco PL, CA): Author, title, webcat link and summary for about 70 books about family matters, body changes and sexuality, relationships, health, violence, school stuff, and tough situations. Young Adult Issues (Glen Ellyn Public Library, IL): Author, title, summary for about 45 novels about issues of concern for middle school and high school students, from Avi's . These books offer hope and comfort and insight.' Author, title, publisher, summary for about 85 books. Author, title, cover image, webcat link and summary for each. Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall: Teens and Body Image (Ocean County Library, NJ): Author, title, summary for about 20 titles. The Bare Bones: Honest Fiction about Weight and Eating Disorders (Jennifer Hubert, Reading Rants!
(Contributed by Appleton Public Library Reference and Information Services Staff, Nov. ' Author, title, summary and issue(s) for about a dozen titles, dealing with homosexuality, drugs, rape, violence, obsessive compulsive disorder, self-mutilation, suicide, teen parents, depression, etc. It's Rough Out There: Teen Life and Issues Fiction Booklist (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh): Author, title, summary, webcat link for 14 titles. Teen Books with Decision-Making Themes (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for over 45 novels about the consequences of choices made, from Laurie Halse Anderson's . While there are titles with straight-forward information on terrorism and the events of 9/11 and its aftermath, there are also books that provoke reflection on issues of life, death and living in uncertain times. The Skin You're In (Carmel Clay PL, Carmel, IN): Fiction and non-fiction titles combined about 'body image and self- acceptance,' about 20 total.
There are a large number of books based on the TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel, I will give these books their own is the eleventh installment of Rachel Caines popular Morganville Vampires series.
It picks up where book 10, Bite Club, left off, following the fate of heroine Claire Danvers as she tries to survive in a town run by vampires.