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#1

Describes some of history's most famous disasters and examines the disaster's causes and effects locally and globally.

#2
DISCOVERING WES MOORE
by MOORE, WES

Wes Moore - two different people from the same area with the same name. A though-provoking read that will cause teens to question their own lives and decisions.

#3
HALF BAD
by GREEN, SALLY

Half Bad is a gripping tale of alienation and the will to survive, a story that will grab hold of you and not let go until the very last page.

#4

The author describes his efforts to train dogs for use by the Navy SEALS and outlines the purposes they serve and the missions they undertake.

#5

Go inside America's prisons and read candid interview with three inmates who committed crimes and were sentenced to death as teenagers.

#6
THIS IS WHAT HAPPY LOOKS LIKE
by SMITH, JENNIFER E

If fate sent you an email, would you answer?

#7
THE WELL'S END
by FISHMAN, SETH

A fast-paced, thrilling adventure story about a mysterious quarantine of students at a boarding school. No one can explain what's going on or has any idea what to do. Except Mia.

#8
WHITE SPACE
by BICK, ILSA J

This thrilling and scary novel is about blurred reality where characters in a story find that a deadly and horrifying world exists in the space between the written lines.

#9
HOLDING UP THE UNIVERSE
by NIVEN, JENNIFER

Jack and Libby each have their own challenges: Jack cannot recognizes and Libby was once known as "America's Fattest Teen" before she had surgery. When Jack and Libby are put together in the same community service group, the two grow close and learn how to be honest and to accept themselves.

#10

Examines the true story of Sachiko, who was six years old on August 9, 1945, when the atomic bomb fell and exploded only half a mile away from her.

#11
SALT TO THE SEA
by SEPETYS, RUTA

Written in varying perspectives, near the end of World War II, a group of teens and adults walk treacherous miles through war-torn Prussia to gain passage onto the Wilhelm Gustloff, a ship sent to evacuate Prussia before the Russians overtake the German toops.

#12

In 1941, two brothers must hide their Jewish heritage and undertake a long and dangerous journey to reach their other brothers in the free zone.

#13
A CUT TOO FAR
by BROWN, HERMAN

Bullies and the bullied take to social media with scary results.

#14
ALL AMERICAN BOYS
by REYNOLDS, JASON

When a quick stop at the corner store suddenly escalates into police brutality, high school classmates are altered by the violence, one a victim and one a witness.

#15
BEAT THE ODDS
by ATWOOD, MEGAN

To win $10 million from the mysterious Benefactor, four teenagers must complete a series of ten tasks.

#16
BRIDGE
by JONES, PATRICK

Jose is the only English speaker in his family and is the bridge between his Spanish-speaking family and the rest of the world.

#17
CAUCASIA
by SENNA, DANZY

Birdie and Cole are the daughters of an African-American father and a white mother, intellectuals and activists in the civil rights movement in Boston during the 1970s.

#18
DON'T GET CAUGHT
by DINAN, KURT

To his great surprise, eleventh-grader Max Cobb is invited to join the Chaos Club, an exclusive group responsible for some of the biggest pranks at his high school.

#19
FIRSTLIFE
by SHOWALTER, GENA

Teenager Ten Lockwood has spent the past year in an asylum for refusing to choose where her soul will live after she dies.

#20
JAKE, REINVENTED
by KORMAN, GORDON

Rick becomes friends with a popular new boy, Jake. Rick first admires him, but then begins to fear Jake when a discovers a secret about his past.

#21
KRIK? KRAK! : STORIES
by DANTICAT, EDWIDGE

A Haitian American author presents nine short stories about life under Haiti's dictatorship.

#22

Contains all twenty of the short stories featuring Miss Jane Marple, Agatha Christie's famous amateur sleuth.

#23
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS
by CHRISTIE, AGATHA

Belgian detective Hercule Poirot solves a murder that occurred on the Orient Express

#24
TEN DAYS IN A MAD-HOUSE
by BLY, NELLIE

Presents Nellie Bly's account of the conditions at Blackwell's Island insane asylum in 1887.

#25
THE BARRIO KINGS
by KOWALSKI, WILLIAM

Rosario Gomez gave up gang life, but when an old friend from the barrio shows up, Rosario realizes he cannot ignore his violent past.

#26

Hazel and her brother, Ben, life in Fairfold, where humans and the Folk exist side by side. As the world turns upside down, Hazel has to become the knight she once pretended to be.

#27

A memoir recounting a Hmong family's journey from war-torn Laos to America.

#28
WE ALL FALL DOWN
by RICHARDS, NATALIE

Theo is a teen struggling with ADHD. Paige is his best friend, battling her own demon of anxiety. But one night their friendship is ruined and everything changes.

#29
WOLF BY WOLF
by GRAUDIN, RYAN

What would the world look like in 1956 if Hilter won World War II?

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