A social media influencer must put down her phone when she gets shipped off to detox camp in Suzanne Park’s Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous.
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A young witch holds the fate of the world in her hands in Rachel Griffin’s debut novel, The Nature of Witches.
Author Sophie Jordan transports readers to regency England in her irreverent young adult novel, Sixteen Scandals.
A 14-year-old Iranian-American sets out to find the perfect homecoming date in Olivia Abtahi’s debut novel, Perfectly Parvin.
A class salutatorian finds out she’s in danger of not graduating in Ashley Elston’s latest romantic-comedy, 10 Truths and a Dare.
Rebecca Anderson transports readers to 1850s Manchester in her Proper Romance novel, Isabelle and Alexander.
Lynette Noni’s The Prison Healer is a gritty young adult fantasy that follows life in a notorious death prison.
What Beauty There is, by Cory Anderson, is an intensely brutal read intended for older, more mature young adults.
The tale of Peter Pan gets a decidedly modern twist in Aiden Thomas’ new young adult novel, Lost in the Never Woods.
A young woman comes to term with her grandmother’s death in Meredith Goldstein’s new YA novel, Things That Grow.