South Kingstown Public Library Teens

Nine New: December

on December 11, 2014

Looking for something new to read? Check out some of these new arrivals!

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Very Bad Things by Susan McBride
When her boyfriend is accused of cheating on her with a girl who has gone missing and is presumed murdered, Katie resolves to uncover the truth and, in the process, learns unsettling secrets about her best friend.

Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggis Stiefvater
Blue and the Raven boys continue their search for the tomb of Glendower, the ancient Welsh king, as well as for Blue’s mother, who has disappeared underground in search of her former lover. Book 3 in series.

Diamond Boy by Michael Williams
When Patson’s family moves to Marange region of Zimbabwe, he begins working in the mines, searching for blood diamonds, until government soldiers arrive and Patson is forced to journey to South Africa in search of his missing sister and a better life.

Vango: Between Sky and Earth by Timothee Fombelle
Becoming a fugitive when he is wrongly accused of murder, an aspiring young priest embarks on a transcontinental journey by train, boat, and airship in search of answers about his shrouded past.

We Should Hang Out Sometime by Josh Sundquist
A Paralympic ski racer, YouTube star and motivational speaker documents his coming of age as an amputee cancer survivor and his efforts to investigate past dates gone wrong to discover why he was still single in this memoir.

A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray
When eighteen-year-old Marguerite Caine’s father is killed, she must leap into different dimensions and versions of herself to catch her father’s killer and avenge his murder.

Brick Flicks: 60 Iconic Movie Scenes and Posters to Make from Lego by Warren Ellsmore
Provides a guide to recreating iconic movie scenes and film posters from LEGO toys, including such films as “Tron,” “Lawrence of Arabia,” “Pulp Fiction,” “Jurassic Park,” “Back to the Future,” and “Mary Poppins.”

Teen Titans: Earth One Volume One by Jeff Lemire
The Teen Titans never felt like normal kids… but they had no idea how right they were. Their seemingly idyllic Oregon upbringing hides a secret — one that will bring killers, shamans, and extraterrestrials down on their heads, and force them into an alliance that could shake the planet to its foundations!

Trust Me I’m Lying by Mary Elizabeth Summer
Having learned to be a master con artist from her father, Julep Dupree pays expenses at her exclusive high school by fixing things for fellow students, but she will need their help when her father disappears.

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