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When sixteen-year-old Bri, an aspiring rapper, pours her anger and frustration into her first song, she finds herself at the center of a controversy. From the author of The hate U give.
It's been eighteen months since the Raxter School for Girls was put under quarantine. Since the Tox hit and pulled Hetty's life out from under her. First the teachers died one by one. Then it began to infect the students, turning their bodies strange...
Jo Kwan dreams of breaking free of her life and becoming an artist. An unapologetically honest and humorous account based on the author's own life, a British-Chinese girl growing up in Coventry.
When the dark magical force within him challenges his effort to forge new alliances and build a defense against a new threat, Nikolai Lantsov, the young king of Ravka, embarks on a journey to his country's most magical places to vanquish it.
Felix would love to have been a number. Numbers have superpowers and they're safe - any problem they might throw up can be solved. People are so much harder to cope with. At least that's how it seems until Bailey Hunter arrives at school.
This spin off from the Raven Cycle centers on orphaned high school dropout Ronan Lynch. Ronan yearns to follow his boyfriend, Harvard student Adam Parrish, to Massachusetts, but until he can better control his propensity for manifesting elements of his...
Teenager Jam unwittingly animates her mother's painting, summoning a being through a cross-dimensional portal. When Pet, giant and grotesque, emerges one night, Jam learns it is here to hunt and needs the help of a human who can go places it cannot.
Tells the story of Julian's Grandmère's childhood as she, a Jewish girl, was hidden by a family in a Nazi-occupied French village during World War II and how the boy she once shunned became her savior and best friend.
Malala presents true stories of the refugee experience interwoven with her own story of her displacement in this incredibly moving follow up to her internationally bestselling memoir.
Ellery's never been to Echo Ridge, but she's heard all about it. It's where her aunt went missing at age sixteen, never to return. Where a Homecoming Queen's murder five years ago made national news. And where Ellery now has to live with a grandmother...
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