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SNO-ISLE SPECIAL: What We're Reading - Teen Edition

Books currently being read by your Teen Library staff!


The scandalous sisterhood of Prickwillow Place Juvenile Book The scandalous sisterhood of Prickwillow Place

Berry, Julie, 1974-
J BERRY

Seven very proper Victorian young ladies conspire to hide a murder from the authorities at their boarding school.

Suggested by Dawn @ your Teen Services coordinator



Fat Boy vs the cheerleaders Teen Book Fat Boy vs the cheerleaders

Herbach, Geoff.
TEEN HERBACH

When the high school cheerleading team takes over a soda vending machine's funds, which were previously collected by the pep band, Gabe Johnson, an overweight "band geek" tired of being called names and looked down on, declares war.

Suggested by Dawn @ your Teen Services coordinator



Skink no surrender Teen Book Skink no surrender

Hiaasen, Carl.
TEEN HIAASEN

With the help of an eccentric ex-governor, a teenaged boy searches for his missing cousin in the Florida wilds.

Suggested by Dawn @ your Teen Services coordinator



Glory O'Brien's history of the future Teen Book Glory O'Brien's history of the future

King, A. S. (Amy Sarig), 1970-
TEEN KING

As her high school graduation draws near, Glory O'Brien begins having powerful and terrifying visions of the future as she struggles with her long-buried grief over her mother's suicide.

Suggested by Dawn @ your Teen Services coordinator



Moonhead and the music machine book Moonhead and the music machine

Rae, Andrew.
FIC RAE

Meet Joey Moonhead. A normal kid in every way. Except one: he has a moon for a head. Equipped with little else but a boundless imagination and an insatiable desire to be the best musician in existence, Joey Moonhead embarks on a stellar mission to create a machine that is out of this world.

Suggested by Dawn @ your Teen Services coordinator



The thing about luck Juvenile Book The thing about luck

Kadohata, Cynthia.
J KADOHAT

Just when twelve-year-old Summer thinks nothing else can possibly go wrong in a year of bad luck, an emergency takes her parents to Japan, leaving Summer to care for her little brother while helping her grandmother cook and do laundry for harvest workers.

Suggested by Dawn @ your Teen Services coordinator



A little something different Teen Book A little something different

Hall, Sandy (Librarian), author.
TEEN HALL

College students Lea and Gabe are in the same creative writing class and have the same interests, but it looks like things are never going to work out between them because Lea is a little aloof and Gabe is a little shy.

Suggested by Dawn @ your Teen Services coordinator



Blind : a novel Teen Book Blind : a novel

DeWoskin, Rachel, author.
TEEN DEWOSKI

After a horrific accident leaves her blind, fifteen-year-old Emma, one of seven children, eagerly starts high school as a sophomore, and finds that nearly everything has changed--sometimes for the better.

Suggested by Dawn @ your Teen Services coordinator



Through the woods Teen Book Through the woods

Carroll, Emily.
TEEN CARROLL

Journey through the woods in this sinister, compellingly spooky collection that features four brand-new stories and one phenomenally popular tale in print for the first time. These are fairy tales gone seriously wrong, where you can travel to "Our Neighbor's House"-though coming back might be a problem. Or find yourself a young bride in a house that holds a terrible secret in "A Lady's Hands Are Cold." You might try to figure out what is haunting "My Friend Janna," or discover that your brother's fiancée may not be what she seems in "The Nesting Place." And of course you must revisit the horror of "His Face All Red," the breakout webcomic hit that has been gorgeously translated to the printed page.

Suggested by Anne @ Oak Harbor



The story of Owen : dragon slayer of Trondheim Teen Book The story of Owen : dragon slayer of Trondheim

Johnston, E. K., author.
TEEN JOHNSTO

Dragons and humans have one thing in common: an insatiable appetite for fossil fuels. From the moment Henry Ford hired his first dragon slayer, no small town was safe. Dragon slayers flocked to cities, leaving more remote areas unprotected. Such was Trondheim's fate until Owen Thorskard arrived. At sixteen, with dragons advancing and his grades plummeting, Owen faced impossible odds--armed only with a sword, his legacy, and the classmate who agreed to be his bard. Listen! I am Siobhan McQuaid. I alone know the story of Owen, the story that changes everything.

Suggested by Anne @ Oak Harbor library



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