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Teens & Tweens
These are just a few of the recent additions to the Teen collection. Stop in to see more!
Diamond knows not to get into a car with a stranger. But what if the stranger is well-dressed and handsome? On his way to meet his wife and daughter? And casting a movie that very night—a movie in need of a star dancer? What then? Then Diamond might make the wrong decision.
Everbound: An Everneath novel
Two months after the events of the Everneath, Nikki Beckett is desperate to save her boyfriend, Jack, who took her place in the Tunnels. Her only way in is with Cole, the Everliving who fed off of her during her 100 years in the Everneath. Nikki doesn't trust Cole, but she needs his help. The story builds on the groundwork laid by Ashton in the first book of this trilogy (Everneath, 2012), based on the Persephone myth.
Sweet 16 to Life
Thanks to skills learned from her under-cover cop mother, Chanti Evans has saved lives and exposed lies at her exclusive private school. But at Langdon Prep, loyalty and betrayal are flip sides of one dangerous choice. When Chanti's old hood friend, MJ, turns to her for help, Chanti is determined to protect her from vengeful gang member Lux. But this means enlisting her ex-boyfriend's reluctant assistance. When Lux vanishes, Chanti and MJ become prime suspects. To clear their names, she must uncover a web of secrets that will endanger her place at Langdon.
The eleventh volume in the spine-tingling, best-selling Last Apprentice series. In Slither, Joseph Delaney takes us far from the County, to a land where a spook has never set foot and terrifying creatures of the dark thrive. Slither is one of these monsters, and Book Eleven is his story.
Danger closes in around the Shadowhunters in the final installment of the bestselling Infernal Devices trilogy.
OCD, the Dude, and Me
With frizzy orange hair, a plus-sized body, sarcastic demeanor, and "unique learning profile," Danielle Levine doesn't fit in even at her alternative high school. While navigating her doomed social life, she writes scathing, self-aware, and sometimes downright raunchy essays for English class. As a result of her unfiltered writing style, she is forced to see the school psychologist and enroll in a "social skills" class. But when she meets Daniel, another social misfit who is obsessed with the cult classic film The Big Lebowski, Danielle's resolve to keep everyone at arm's length starts to crumble.
Sadie has the perfect plan to snag some friends when she transfers to Plainfield High—pretend to have a peanut allergy. But what happens when you have to hand in that student health form your unsuspecting mom was supposed to fill out? And what if your new friends want to come over and your mom serves them snacks? (Peanut butter sandwich, anyone?) And then there's the bake sale, when your teacher thinks you ate a brownie with peanuts.
It’s been five years since his father died, and fourteen-year-old George is the man of the family. He knows all too well how brutal the life of a fighter can be. Didn’t it kill his father? But Monty, George’s younger brother, has a completely different attitude. Boxing comes naturally to him. It’s in his blood. He thinks of it as his father’s legacy. Unless George figures out a way to stop it, will boxing kill Monty, too?
This exciting finale to Lauren Oliver's New York Times bestselling Delirium trilogy is a riveting blend of nonstop action and forbidden romance in a dystopian United States.
Teens & Tweens
Teen Advisory Board (T.A.B.)
Teen Filmmaker Festival
KPS Library Catalog
Study Guides & Test Preparation
Youth Literature Seminar