New Books Out This Week!

The 6/6/17 Edition

It’s a great week to be a YA lover!

Hitting shelves this week we have an unforgettable love story that takes place in a book shop (cue melting), a hilarious graphic novel, some epic fantasy novels, and more. Check out these new YA releases:

Words in Deep Blue

Words in Deep Blue

by Cath Crowley

Try this one if you love love and books and all things that are good.

 

Two teens find their way back to each other in a bookstore full of secrets and crushes, grief and hope—and letters hidden between the pages.

 

 

Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo Book 1: The Road to Epoli

Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo Book 1: The Road to Epoli

By James Parks and Ben Costa

Try this one if you love graphic novels and spoofs.

 

Nimona meets Adventure Time as a singing skeleton searches for his origins in this full-color graphic-novel series kickoff!

 

 

Once and for All

Once and for All

By Sarah Dessen

Try this one if you want the feels.

 

The latest pitch-perfect romance from fan-fave Sarah Dessen about a jaded girl whose summer job is to help brides plan their big day.

 

 

Dividing Eden

Dividing Eden

By Joelle Charbonneau

Try this one if you love (but sometimes hate) your sibling.

 

From the author of the Testing series comes a new fantasy duology about twins who were never destined to rule their kingdom. But when their father and older brother are killed, they are forced to fight against each other for the crown. How long before suspicion takes hold and the thirst for power leads to the ultimate betrayal?

 

 

Song of the Current

Song of the Current

By Sarah Tolcser

Try this one if you love boats!

 

A debut fantasy adventure about a girl who becomes captain of her own ship and must choose between the life she always wanted and the one she never could have imagined.

 

 

Now in Paperback:

The Serpent King

The Serpent King

By Jeff Zentner

Try this one if you have tissues handy.

 

A much-loved story about three teens who find themselves–and each other–while on the cusp of graduating from high school with hopes of leaving their small town behind.

 

The Shadow Hour

The Shadow Hour

by Melissa Grey

Try this one if you love fantasy series.

 

This much-anticipated sequel to The Girl at Midnight is about a girl caught between two ancient peoples as she struggles to find the legendary magic that will end the conflict between them.

 

 


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