Light – by Michael Grant
A conclusion to the best-selling series is set a year after every person over the age of 14 has disappeared from the town of Perdido, where a precarious new existence for young FAYZ survivors is shattered by the rebirth of the Darkness.
Minecraft – by David Oconner
Minecraft is a block-infested sandbox building/exploring game developed by Mark Persson, aka ‘Notch’, and his company, Mojang AB. This new updated beginner’s guide will show you how to survive the first day, and teach you the basics on how to craft tools and weapons, build shelters, explore, mine and much more.
Never Fall Down – by Patricia McCormick
Cambodian child soldier Arn Chorn-Pond defied the odds and used all of his courage and wits to survive the murderous regime of the Khmer Rouge.
Dark Kiss – by Michelle Rowen
Unable to resist a kiss from her crush despite her otherwise careful nature, Samantha is stricken by a bizarre, mysterious hunger and turns for help to secretive street youth Bishop to stop an encroaching darkness that threatens to overwhelm her.
Unravel Me – by Tahereh Mafi
Juliette has escaped to Omega Point, the headquarters of the rebel resistance and a safe haven for people with abilities like hers, and though she is finally free from The Reestablishment and their plans to use her as a weapon, Warner, her former captor, won’t let her go without a fight.
The Runaway King – by Jennifer Nielsen
Young King Jaron has taken the throne of Carthya, but after enemies attempt to assassinate him, and a neighboring kingdom threatens invasion, he finds that he has no friends in the palace, not even his bride-to-be, princess Amarinda–and his regents think it would be better for Carthya if he just disappeared again.
Miss Fortune Cookie – by Lauren Bjorkman
Erin, a non-Chinese teenager living in San Francisco’s Chinatown, ghostwrites a popular advice blog, Miss Fortune Cookie, but when a reply to her ex-best friend backfires, Erin’s carefully constructed life takes a crazy turn.
Lunch-Box Dream – by Tony Abbott
Told from multiple points of view, a white family on a 1959 road trip between Ohio and Florida, visiting Civil War battlefields along the way, crosses paths with a black family near Atlanta, where one of their children has gone missing.
Be More Chill – by Ned Vizzini
After swallowing a pill-sized computer that finds its way into his brain, Jeremy Heere’s geeky existence comes to a sudden end after the computer provides him the necessary guidance he needs to become the most popular kid in school and get the girl of his dreams.