New book titles!

More new books for this week! Click through below for the full list, and you can click the titles to be taken right to the book's listing on the library's website to request it or put it on hold!


Vanishing Girls by Lauren Oliver
Sisters Dara and Nick used to be inseparable, but that was before Dara kissed Parker. That was before the accident that left Dara's face scarred. Now the sisters totally estranged. When Dara vanishes on her birthday, Nick thinks Dara is just playing around. But another girl, Madeline Snow, has vanished, too. Nick becomes increasingly convinced that the two disappearances are linked-- and she has to find her sister, before it's too late.

X: A Novel by Ilyasah Shabazz with Kekla Magoon
Cowritten by Malcolm X’s daughter, this riveting and revealing novel follows the formative years of the man whose words and actions shook the world.

Avalon by Mindee Arnett
Seventeen-year-old Jeth Seagrave, the leader of a ragtag team of teenage mercenaries, skirts the line between honor and the law in an attempt to win freedom for his sister and himself in the form of their parents' old spaceship, Avalon

Egg and Spoon by Gregory Maguire
In 1905 czarist Russia, an impoverished country girl Elena and the aristocratic Ekatrina meet and set in motion an escapade that includes mistaken identity, a monk locked in a tower, a prince traveling incognito, and the witch Baba Yaga.

The People of Sparks by Jeanne DuPrau (replacement)
Having escaped to the Unknown Regions, Lina and the others seek help from the village people of Sparks.

The You Know Who Girls by Annameekee Hesik
The allegedly lesbian players of her high school basketball team ask long-legged Abbey Brooks to try out, Abbey wouldn't mind trying out, but she promised her best friend she would avoid basketball and the "you-know-who" girls on the team.

Trafficked by Kim Purcell
A seventeen-year-old Moldovan girl whose parents have been killed is brought to the United States to work as a slave for a family in Los Angeles.

Openly Straight by Bill Konigsberg (replacement)
Tired of being known as "the gay kid", Rafe Goldberg decides to assume a new persona when he comes east and enters an elite Massachusetts prep school--but trying to deny his identity has both complications and unexpected consequences.

Shadow Scale by Rachel Hartman (sequel to Seraphina)
Seraphina, half-dragon and half-human, searches for others like her who can make the difference in the war between dragons and humans in the kingdom of Goredd

Blood of My Blood by Barry Lyga (book 3 in I Hunt Killers trilogy)
Jazz Dent, who has been shot and left to die in New York City, his girlfriend, Connie, who is in the clutches of Jazz's serial killer father, Billy, and his best friend, Howie, who is bleeding to death on the floor of Jazz's own home in tiny Lobo's Nod, must all rise above the horrors their lives have become and find a way to come together in pursuit of Billy.

The Shadow Cabinet by Maureen Johnson (book 3 in Shades of London trilogy)
Rory, Callum and Boo are still reeling from a series of tragic events, while new dangers lurk around the city from Jane and her nefarious organization

Where She Went by Gayle Forman (sequel to If I Stay)
Adam, now a rising rock star, and Mia, a successful cellist, reunite in New York and reconnect after the horrific events that tore them apart when Mia almost died in a car accident three years earlier.

The Tight-Rope Walkers by David Almond
Coming of age in the shadow of northern England's shipyards, young Dominic is torn between the extremes of his shipbuilder family's lifestyle, a complex bully to whom he finds himself irresistibly drawn, and the tightrope-walking girl he loves.

Glory O'Brien's History of the Future by A.S. King
As her high school graduation draws near, Glory O'Brien begins having powerful and terrifying visions of the future as she struggles with her long-buried grief over her mother's suicide.

The Cemetery Boys by Heather Brewer
When Stephen moves to the midwestern town where his father grew up, he quickly falls in with punk girl Cara and her charismatic twin brother, Devon, but the town has a dark secret, and the twins are caught in the middle of it.


Drawing Manga: People and Poses by Ryo Hirata
Learn to draw people in a variety of different poses with "Drawing Manga People and Poses." Lessons begin with the basics--drawing from photos, vantage points, people and objects. Once you've got the basics covered, you'll follow along with step by steps and find tips and advice for "everyday," "around the house" and "at work and play" poses. All in all, you'll find more than 800 poses to emulate and make your own!

Draw Manga Faces for Expressive Characters by Aya Hosoi
Sure, drawing faces is one of the most challenging aspects of manga. But "Draw Manga Faces for Expressive Characters" is here to help! This fantastically comprehensive book includes more than 900 sample illustrations that teach key elements for capturing facial expressions and emotions for manga characters.


The Turtles return to New York to find a city in Shredder's grip. Donatello seeks help from his cranky friend Harold, Rapahel and Michelangelo pay a visit to Old Hob, and Leonardo and Splinter plan for a coming war.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Mutant Order vol 10 by Tom Waltz and Kevin Eastman
Shredder and Kraang finally meet up, but will they be able to overcome their differences and join forces? Meanwhile, Old Hob has perfected the art of making mutants! With the ranks of his mutant gang swelling, the Turtles will have to determine if they can truly trust Hob against the Foot Clan.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Animated Adventures vol 2 by Kenny Byerly
The Turtles battle Fishface, the Shellraiser goes haywire, a movie night for the group, and Monkey Brains squares off against Rat King!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: New Animated Adventures vol 3 by Kenny Byerly
The Turtles' adventures include trying to fix Metal Head the robot, a Valentine's Day with Spider Bytez, dealing with a malfunctioning Footbot, and a madcap race to stop a secret package from hitting the mail.

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