New Books in Teen Fiction!

New books for teens, check out these and other great titles that have come in the past week or so!

Leverage by Joshua Cohen

The football field is a battlefield.  There’s an extraordinary price for victory at Oregrove High. It is paid on and off the football field. And it claims its victims without mercy; including the most innocent bystanders.  When a violent, steroid-infused, ever-escalating prank war has devastating consequences, an unlikely friendship between a talented but emotionally damaged fullback and a promising gymnast might hold the key to a school’s salvation.  Told in alternating voices and with unapologetic truth,  Leverage illuminates the fierce loyalty, flawed justice, and hard-won optimism of two young athletes.

Pink by Lili Wilkinson

Debut author Wikinson takes a lighthearted but timely

and resonant look at a teen’s attempts to don a

new personality and figure out who she really wants to be.

Fallen Grace by Mary Hooper

Life has been nothing but unfair to Grace Parkes and her sister. Penniless, the two orphans manage to stay alive—but only barely, like so many on the streets of Victorian London. And Grace must bear a greater heartbreak, having become pregnant from terrible circumstances and then given birth to a stillborn baby. But the infant’s death sets Grace on a new path, bringing her into contact with people who hold both riches and power. A great fraud has been perpetrated on young Grace and her sister, and they are the secret recipients of a most unusual legacy—if only they can find the means to claim it. Mary Hooper’s latest offers Dickensian social commentary, as well as malicious fraud, mysterious secrets, and a riveting read.

Babe in boyland by Jody Gehrman

When high school junior Natalie or Dr. Aphrodite, as she calls herself when writing the relationship column for her school paper is accused of knowing nothing about guys and giving girls bad relationship advice, she decides to investigate what guys really think and want. But the guys in her class won’t give her straight or serious answers. The only solution? Disguising herself as a guy and spending a week at Underwood Academy, the private all-boy boarding school in town. There she learns a lot about guys  and girls in ways she never expected; especially when she falls for her dreamy roommate, Emilio. How can she show him she likes him without blowing her cover?


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