New & Coming Soon Books for Teens

Ahmed, Samira

After discovering the body of fourteen-year-old Jawad Ali in Jackson Park, seventeen-year-old journalism student Safiya Mirza begins investigating his murder and ends up confronting white supremacy in her own high school.

Chatzky, Jean

"There's no getting around it. You need to know how to manage money to know how to manage life - but most of us don't! This illustrated guidebook from New York Times bestselling author and financial expert Jean Chatzky, Kathryn Tuggle, and their team at HerMoney breaks down the basics of money-how to earn it, manage it, and use it-giving you all the tools you need to take charge and be fearless with personal finance. How to Money will teach you the basics of: -creating a budget (and sticking to it) -scoring that first job (and what that paystub means) -navigating student loans (and avoiding student debt) -getting that first credit card (and what "credit" is) -investing like a pro (and why it's important!) All so you can earn more, save smart, invest wisely, borrow only when you have to, and enjoy everything you've got!"--

Chupeco, Rin, author.

After Alex reclaims his throne and establishes his government, Tala and the others enjoy a well-earned rest, but they must regroup quickly when the Snow Queen returns with an unlikely ally.

Dwyer, Kristin
Dyson, Michael Eric, author.

"Interconnected stories present a picture of racial inequality in America, showing systemic discrimination in all areas of society and showing the unbroken line of Black resistance to this inequality"-- Provided by publisher.

Lockhart, E., author.

Carrie Sinclair tells the ghost of her son Johnny about the summer of 1987, when "the boys" arrive on Beechwood Island, setting off events that will haunt her for years to come.

MacGregor, Maya, author.

An autistic nonbinary eighteen-year-old moves to a new town and school with the support of their loving father and finds friends in an LGBTQ-plus club, but they all must come together to solve the decades-old murder of a teenage boy and confront the demons lurking in Sam's past.

McQuiston, Casey, author.

After seventeen-year-olds Chole and Shara, Chole's rival for valedictorian, kiss, Shara vanishes leaving Chole and two boys, who are also enamored with Shara, to follow the trail of clues she left behind, but during the search, Chloe starts to suspect there might be more to Shara and her small Alabama town than she thought.

Older, Daniel JoseĢ, author.

When sixteen-year-old Mateo and Chela discover each other and their powers during a political battle between neighborhood factions, they set aside their differences to unravel the mystery behind their sunken homeland and to stop a dangerous political operative who is trying to harness their gifts to unleash terror on the world.

Romero, R. M.
Solomon, Rachel Lynn
Stiefvater, Maggie
Tirado, Vincent, author.

When an urban legend rumored to trap people inside subway tunnels seems to be behind mysterious disappearances in the Bronx, sixteen-year-old Raquel and her friends team up to save their city--and confront a dark episode in its history in the process.

Van De Vendel, Edward