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pickeringtonlibrary:

Some new books to add to your 2014 TBR piles…

It’s still a great year for series, both new and ongoing, but if you’re in the mood for a story that begins and ends with one book, here are a few of the novels for (most of) the latter half of the year - ranging from science fiction and fantasy to paranormal to realistic contemporary - that have us intrigued. And of course they’re not the only ones on our radar - visit us on Goodreads to find many, many more! 

Follow the links to find copies of available books in our catalog:

Free to Fall, Lauren Miller

Everything Leads to You, Nina Lacour

Inland, Kat Rosenfield

Say What You Will, Cammie McGovern

Complicit, Stephanie Kuehn

Conversion, Katherine Howe

Fiendish, Brenna Yovanoff

(Don’t You) Forget About Me, Kate Karyus Quinn

Servants of the Storm, Delilah Dawson

Beware the Wild, Natalie Parker

Illusions of Fate, Kiersten White

Belzhar, Meg Wolitzer

Stitching Snow, R.C. Lewis

Afterworlds, Scott Westerfeld

Falling into Place, Amy Zhang

Kiss of Broken Glass, Madeline Kuderick

Bleed Like Me, Christa Desir

This is a GREAT resource. 

(via yaflash)

lemonysnicketlibrary:

What’s the verdict? Are you worth kidnapping?

Asker Anonymous Asks:
Do you have any books to recommend from 'the summer after senior year" genre?
gmhsmediactr gmhsmediactr Said:

heyteenbookshey:

I sure do, friend

  1. Don’t Stop Now by Julie Halpern
  2. Roomies by Sara Zarr and Tara Altebrando
  3. The Vast Fields of Ordinary by Nick Burd
  4. Ghost World (I think)
  5. Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You by Peter Cameron
  6. The Disenchantmentsby Nina LaCour
  7. The Infinite Moment of Us by Lauren Myracle

-Becky

nprbooks:

DreamWorks has picked up the film rights to Rainbow Rowell’s YA novel Eleanor and Park, abouttwo outsider teens who fall in love in 1986 Omaha. (If you haven’t read Linda Holmes’ essay on the book, you should really check it out.)
After the deal was announced, Rowell tweeted: “I’ve already told them my worst movie nightmare: that a skinny girl gets cast as Eleanor and Keanu Reeves gets cast as Park …” 
And that got us thinking — who should play Eleanor and Park?

nprbooks:

DreamWorks has picked up the film rights to Rainbow Rowell’s YA novel Eleanor and Park, abouttwo outsider teens who fall in love in 1986 Omaha. (If you haven’t read Linda Holmes’ essay on the book, you should really check it out.)

After the deal was announced, Rowell tweeted: “I’ve already told them my worst movie nightmare: that a skinny girl gets cast as Eleanor and Keanu Reeves gets cast as Park …” 

And that got us thinking — who should play Eleanor and Park?

paperbackd:

A masterpost of YA books (and a few crossover MG titles) to be released in April 2014.  Check out this month’s new releases below.  Feel free to use this as a guide to this month’s releases - but please do not repost it in its entirety elsewhere.  If you found this masterpost helpful, a like, reblog, or link back to Paperback’d would be much appreciated! If you know of a YA book to be released this month that isn’t on the list, drop me a message and I’ll update it!

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(via teenlibrariantoolbox)

scholasticreadingclub:

rainbowrowell:

pandanemar:

Eleanor & Park is gonna be a movie. I just can’t… *cries happily* So I made this fan art to show how happy and proud I am for Eleanor & Park as well as the author, Rainbow Rowell. It’s really a fantastic news and I’m excited for it! Oh, I hope you guys like this fan art! :D

PANDA!!! THIS IS AMAZING!! Thank you!

Poster, please?

(via teenlibrariantoolbox)