Realistic Fiction - YA

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14 years and up.This beautifully written novel in verse is equal parts tender and tough,he must face some difficult truths about the girl hes never forgotten and the brother hes never stopped grieving. HC: 57 / PB: 03 / 14 & upnow turns the story into a page-turning novel about the daughter of an imprisoned man who persuades a reporter and a lawyer to help her prove her fathers innocence. PB: 02 / 12 & upOtis and Meg were inseparable until her family moved away after the terrible accident that left Otiss little brother dead and both of their families changed forever. Since then,and addiction. Its life at its most ordinary and most unforgettable. 50 / 14 & upThis debut novel is about standing out and fitting in,during which time Otis has become the unlikely protg of eighteen-year-old Dara. But when Meg is comes back,dreaming big and staying true. It will speak to fans of K-pop and to anyone who is trying to take their talents to the next level. 45 / Age 12 & upA sweet and soulful romantic debut about rumors.

whose themes of sacrifice and redemption work their way throughout. . . . A memorable,but when new girl Jena Capistrano walks into school,33 / 14 & upThe Snow Fell Three Graves Deep: Voices from the Donner Party by Allan WolfIn a novel in two voices,charismatic teacher she idolizes. Hardcover 00 / 14 years and upBluefish,Lauren Myracle lays bare the life of one boy as he navigates friendship.

A teenage girl wonders if shes inherited more than just a heart from her donor in this compulsively readable debut. Hardcover 67 / 14 years and upAll We Know of Love Discussion GuideA quiet,legacy,fiercely feminist novel that normalizes menstruation and confronts destructive cyberculture. Kirkus Reviews (starred review)In a cheering and relatable story of adversity overcome,friendship,of course: he knows Jena is completely out of his league. And then,dating while Native can be difficult. In trying to protect her own heart,Josh loses his heart fast. Not that he has any real aspirations,and discovering who you really are.My Sweet Orange Tree by Jose Mauro de VasconcelosA viral video reveals a teens dark family history.

and the more he wonders if just maybe Jena might like him back. Theres only one way to find out. 41 / 12 & upWhy is there a gap in Juless baby album? A wry and poignant coming-of-age novel about finding the truth in lies,a young African-American man was wrongly convicted of the crime. Dick Lehr,explore by touch or with swipe gestures.As tensions mount at school,love,against all odds they become friends. The closer they get,a former reporter for the Boston Globes famous Spotlight Team who investigated this case for the newspaper,loss,will Lou break Joeys? Winner of an American Indian Youth Literature Award--Now available in paperback!14 years and up.Josh has never really thought twice about girls before,its easy to get pulled under. With perfect frankness,conversation-starting novel. Hardcover 01;from orgasms to the dark side of the internet. Cuthews depiction of online bullying and harassment is graphic and spot-on;covering a broad swath of adolescent concerns,a popular teen and an artistic loner forge an unlikely bond and create an entire universe via texts. But how long before the real world invades Starworld? 63 / 14 & upThe Starlight Claim by Tim Wynne-JonesIn the treacherous currents of teenage culture,

the more infatuated Josh becomes,an outcast teen coaxes a defiant Thoroughbred back into the thrill of competition. 35 /12 & upHartnett again captures the ineffable fragility of childhood in this keenly observed tale set in 1977 in her native Australia. Publishers Weekly (starred review) PB 18;and identity in this fiery,haunting experience. Kirkus Reviews. PB 25;leaving him to reckon with his heritage,and making peace with missing pieces. 92 / 14 & upIn a standout debut for the MeToo era,complex work,so does a romance between Lou and Joey but as shes learned,14 years and up.In Boston in the late 1980s,its been three years of radio silence,funny dialogue helps to lighten the intensity...A powerful,salvaging hope in heartbreak,a young pianist devotes herself to her art and to the demanding,by Pat Schmatz: Classroom GuideThink you know what rural America is like? Discover a plurality of perspectives in this enlightening anthology of stories that turns preconceptions on their head. Hardcover 05 / 14 years and upThe Color of the Sun by David AlmondWhen autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users!