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Woozles Bookshelf

The Woozles Bookshelf contains a growing collection of our favourite Titles organized by category. See New Stock for a sneak preview of new books (from the latest Woozles Newsletter) that will appear on our shelves over the next few months.

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Young Adult

(You) Set Me on Fire by Mariko Tamaki


Allison Lee is seventeen and has been in love once (complete disaster) and on fire twice (also didn't go well). As Allison now braces herself to go to college, there is a distinct possibility that she will get burned again...both figuratively and literally. [$16.00]
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13 Little Blue Envelopes by Maureen Johnson


After the death of her unconventional Aunt Peg, Ginny finds herself on a whirlwind trip across Europe as she follows the instructions that Peg has left for her in a series of letters. It is an unforgettable journey, one in which she learns a lot about her beloved aunt and also about herself. [$9.99]
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40 Things I Have To Tell You by Alice Kuipers

Amy is a success. She even has an advice column full of 'Top Tips'. But when an irresistible bad boy shows up at school, Amy can't seem to follow her own wisdom. [$14.99]
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A Corner of White by Jaclyn Moriarty


With her trademark wackiness and wit, Moriarty delivers another quirky tale of two teens who find themselves exchanging messages across worlds through a mysterious gap. [$19.99]
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A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray


A vividly compelling, highly atmospheric tale, this story is set in a British boarding school during the late 1800's. It reveals the sinister side of boarding school life, the petty cruelties and also the lack of control that women at that time had over their own lives. It is a tale of the supernatural, of mystery and otherworldliness, and it is one that will no doubt linger in the minds of teen readers. [$12.99]
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A Hare in the Elephant's Trunk by Jan C. Coates


A Sudanese boy flees from his home and runs for his life, spending seven years walking through deserts, grasslands and forests, surviving in massive refugee camps and struggling to escape the cycle of violence in his country. Now living in Nova Scotia, Jacob Deng lends his own true story to help bring to light the situation in Sudan and the hope that lives in all of us. [$12.95]
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A Mango-Shaped Space by Wendy Mass


Thirteen year old Mia experiences the world around her through colour. That is, she sees colours in words, letters and sounds. This is a beautiful depiction of her struggles as she learns more about Synthesia, this rare condition from which she suffers. [$9.50]
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Across the Universe by Beth Revis


A cryogenically frozen teen on a spaceship called Godspeed is awakened unexpectedly and finds herself trapped in a strange world where her life is in danger. [$19.99]
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After the Snow by S.D. Crockett


Willo and his family live in the wilderness at a time when the world has fallen prey to a new Ice Age. When he comes home one day and finds his family gone without a trace he embarks on a journey to find them. [$10.99]
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Airborn by Kenneth Oppel


Young adult fans of Oppel's beloved Silverwing series will no doubt be captivated by this latest offering which tells the story of a fifteen year old cabin boy on a luxury airship. This new blockbuster adventure is set in the imaginary past where giant airships rule the skies, and is both a mystery and a tale of growing up and acceptance. [$9.99]
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Along for the Ride by Sarah Dessen


When Auden spends the summer with her dad and his new family she gets the opportunity to stop trying to be the perfect daughter that her mother has always wanted her to be, and to just be a typical teen.
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Ashes, Ashes by Jo Treggiari


99% of the population is now gone, having succumbed to plague, floods and drought. Sixteen year-old Lucy is one of the few left behind, alone in Central Park trying to stay alive. But can she survive on her own? [$10.99]
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Beauty Queens by Libba Bray


A plane full of teenage beauty queens crashes into a desert island...and so begins the real competition. [$10.99]
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Betsy Wickwire's Dirty Secret by Vicki Grant


When Betsy is betrayed by her best friend and her boyfriend, she thinks that her life is truly over. But when she meets a girl who convinces her to help start a cleaning service, Betsy Wickwire's life takes a decidely unexpected, and life-changing, turn. [$14.99]
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Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys


When Lina, her mother and brother are torn from their Lithuanian home they find themselves in a Soviet work camp where conditions are harsh and cruel. Lina's only comfort from the horrors of her days is in her drawing. Putting secret clues in each drawing, she hopes that they will somehow find a way to her father. [$9.99]
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Bewitching Season by Marissa Doyle


Persephone is far more interested in her studies of magic than she is in finding a husband. Then her governess is kidnapped and Persy and her twin get to test their magic skills to find her and expose a nefarious plot. [$11.50]
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Bitter Melon by Cara Chow


A Chinese-American teen must determine what her own hopes and dreams for her future might be and if she has the courage to say no to her mother's plans for her. [$10.99]
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Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore


In this highly-anticipated companion to Graceling and Fire, Bitterblue is now Queen and trying to put the events of her father's tyrannical reign behind her. Ultimately, two thieves prove to be the key to both the events of the past and Bitterblue's own future. [$10.99]
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Borderline by Allan Stratton


Sami does not have it easy. But things go from bad to worse when Sami finds his father, and consequently his whole family, at the centre of an international terrorist investigation. [$14.99]
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Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood


Cate Cahill and her sisters are remarkable; everyone knows they are a little too pretty, too reclusive, too smart. What everyone does not know is that they are also witches. And they are not safe, not even from each other. [$10.99]
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Camilla by Madeleine L'Engle


When fifteen year old Camilla Dickinson forms a relationship with Frank Rowan, she is introduced to a new world of people and ideas that make her see her own sheltered life on the Upper East Side in a new light. From the author of A Wrinkle in Time comes this remarkably insightful story (originally published in 1951) of an adolescent girl on the verge of adulthood.
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Chime by Franny Billingsley


In this haunting, darkly beautiful fantasy/mystery, Briony harbors a dark secret. She has spent her life burdened with guilt, trying to hide the truth about herself. But when a city engineer comes along and threatens the nearby swamp, Briony knows she must do whatever it takes to thwart him. [$9.99]
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Clockwork Prince: The Infernal Devices #2 by Cassandra Clare


This latest book continues Tessa's story as she and Will and Jem search for truth, make numerous unexpected discoveries and experience treachery and betrayal. A dark and atmospheric tale that is utterly compelling. [$14.99]
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Code Name Verity by Elizabeth E. Wein


A beautiful and haunting novel that tells the story of two best friends whose spy plane goes down in Nazi-occupied France. As one girl's confession gradually unfolds, the fullness of their story is slowly revealed. [$12.95]
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Colin Fischer by Ashley Edward Miller & Zack Stentz


One of the most 'buzzed-about' books of the season! When a birthday cakes explodes in the school cafeteria, all eyes look to Wayne Connelly. All but Colin Fischer. Colin, who is Wayne's best - and only - hope of proving his innocence. [$18.00]
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Counting Back From Nine by Valerie Sherrard


A free-verse novel about Laren, a high-schooler trying to come to terms with the loss of her father. In doing so, she happens to fall in love. But you can't help falling in love - can you? [$11.95]
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Cybele's Secret by Juliet Marillier


When Paula accompanies her father on a trading voyage to Istanbul she finds herself involved in a race to discover the ancient goddess Cybele's secret before it is too late. [$10.99]
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Delirium by Lauren Oliver


They say that in the old days, love drove people to madness. It has now been 64 years since politicians have identified love as illegal. Scientists have perfected a cure, one that is administered at the age of 18. Lena is weeks away from the cure, and suddenly finding herself questioning everything she has been told. [$10.99]
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Dragon Seer by Janet McNaughton


Madoca is surprised and delighted when she is chosen to care for the dragons of Orkney. However, as dragon seer she is soon forced to put her emerging powers to the test to save both the dragons she loves and her own people's very way of life.
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Dragonswood by Janet Lee Carey


When Tess and her two best friends are forced to flee after being accused of witchcraft she soon finds herself immersed in an ancient prophecy that is destined to bring peace between dragons, fairies and humans. [$10.99]
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East by Edith Pattou


An exquisite retelling of the classic story East o' the Sun, West o' the Moon, this novel is a magical and breathtaking tale of a spirited young girl who is adventuresome, brave and true, an enchanted prince in the guise of a great white bear and a selfish Troll Queen. It is a lovely book for all those who love the wonder of fairy tales. [$11.95]
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Fever Crumb by Philip Reeve


Set in a future version of London, this is a prequel of sorts to the Hungry City quartet. Fever Crumb, a member of the Order of Engineers, finds herself immersed in the streets of London as she tries to unravel the secrets of her past. What she finds is a stark and violent world, unlike anything she had ever imagined. [$9.99]
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Finnkin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta


A drama-filled fantasy in which Finnikin and a girl named Evanjalin seek a royal child who could end the suffering imposed on the people of Lumatere when an imposter seized the throne many years earlier. [$11.00]
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Flyboy by Eric Walters


Hoping to become a pilot like his father, Robbie decides to lie about his age and join the Royal Canadian Air Force. When he's assigned the role of navigator, he is hugely disappointed. On a routine flight, the unexpected occurs and Robbie must use his new skills and his old dreams to bring his crew to safety. [$12.99]
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For the Win by Cory Doctorow


Four teenagers from four very different towns and cities share one thing in common: they are all talented players in a multiplayer online game So talented in fact, that they are thrown together as part of a conspiracy - one that threatens their reality, and could threaten the global economy. [$11.99]
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Gimme a Call by Sarah Mlynowski


Have you ever wished that you knew what you knew now when you were younger? Through an unfortunate mishap with a phone and a fountain, Devi finds that she is able to do just that. [$10.99]
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Half Brother by Kenneth Oppel


Ben Tomlin has a new 'baby brother'; a chimpanzee. His father, a renowned behavioural scientist, is conducting a high profile experiment to determine whether chimpanzees can learn human sign language. But what happens when a scientific subject becomes part of the family? [$12.99]
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Heroes of the Valley by Jonathan Stroud


New from the creator of the Bartimaeus trilogy, this is the story of Halli who finds himself on a hero's quest when his neverending pranks land him into trouble.
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Home Truths by Jill MacLean


A revealing portrait of a bully-in-the-making and his journey to redemption from an award-winning local author. [$14.95]
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Homeland by Cory Doctorow


The sequel to Little Brother, Marcus is now a hactivist hero who works as a webmaster for a politician who promises change. But when he is given evidence that will implicate many, he struggles to know what to do and who to trust. [$19.99]
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How To Steal a Car by Pete Hautman


Kelleigh Monahan has an unusual way of coping with the angst and ennui of a typical teen life...she steals cars. Join her as she flirts with danger at every turn, one car theft at a time. [$9.99]
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I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore


The Planet Lorien has been attacked and only nine have survived, fleeing to Planet Earth. The nine have been followed and are now being hunted in their numeric order. Three has just died. This is the story of Four. [$10.95]
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Impossible by Nancy Werlin


Loosely based on the story of Scarborough Fair, this is the award-winning tale of a contemporary teen girl who must complete three impossible tasks to break a curse. [$12.50]
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Kamakwie: A Memoir of Sierra Leone by Kathleen Martin


This is a powerful, painfully honest portrait of the people of Sierra Leone, victims of a recent, brutal war. They are true stories of hope and healing, resilience in the face of unimaginable suffering and loss. [$19.95]
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Karma by Cathy Ostlere


On October 31, 1984 Indira Gandhi is gunned down. The murder sparks riots and chaos in New Delhi. It is into this chaos that 15 year old Maya and her father arrive with the ashes of Maya's late mother. Set against a rich historical and political backdrop, Karma is a story of forgiveness, acceptance and love. [$11.50]
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Lady MacBeth's Daughter by Lisa Klein


Albia was raised by the three weird sisters, but has never known the secrets of her parentage...until now. A retelling of Shakespeare's classic MacBeth with a twist. [$11.00]
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Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld


On the cusp of World War I, all sides are arming themselves. The Germans have Clankers, the Brits have genetically altered animals...and they also have their Leviathan, a whale airship. When soldiers from either side find themselves unexpectedly aboard the Leviathan it leads them on a life-changing fantastical adventure. [$12.99]
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Live To Tell by Lisa Harrington


When Libby Thorne wakes up in the hospital, she's told she was in a car accident, that it was her fault, and that the victim might die. But she can't remember anything about the accident. As she pieces together the events of the evening, she realizes that what she's been told may not be what happened at all. [$14.95]
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Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen


After living on her own for several months, Ruby goes to live with her older sister and her sister's husband. Her life is instantly transformed into one of luxury. But Ruby struggles to accept this change in fortune, and in the process of coming to terms with this new reality, she finds herself reaching out to Nate from next door - a boy with secrets of his own.
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Marcelo in the Real World by Francisco X. Stork


Marcelo, who has an autism-like condition, goes to work at his father's law firm where he meets Jasmine and Wendell. It is a summer filled with discoveries for him, but it is a picture that he finds in a file which holds the key to his greatest revelations about life and the world around him. [$9.99]
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Masque of the Red Death by Bethany Griffin


Inspired by the Edgar Allan Poe story, this is a delightfully dark, atmospheric tale of a city that has been decimated by a terrible plague. Araby doesn't seek hope, only oblivion. But hope finds her anyway, in the form of Will. And also Elliot and his plans for revolution. But betrayal finds her as well. [$10.99]
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Mastiff: The Legend of Beka Cooper #3 by Tamora Pierce


Beka finds herself embroiled in the search for a missing heir...and facing the machinations of those who are determined to thwart her. [$11.99]
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Matched by Ally Condie


In a world where the Society makes all the decisions, Cassia is rattled when she has reason to question the mate that is chosen for her. As she begins to fall in love with someone else, she starts to question whether the Society truly has all the answers. [$11.50]
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North of Beautiful by Justina Chen Headley


With a large birthmark on her face, Terra Cooper has always felt that this was her most notable feature. However, a new friendship and an unexpected trip help both she and her mother find strengths they never knew they had. [$9.99]
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Not Suitable For Family Viewing by Vicki Grant


An old high school ring is the inspiration that a teen girl needs to leave behind her seemingly perfect life in New York City and flee to a small Nova Scotian seaside village that appears to hold the key to her mother's past. [$14.99]
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Notes From the Dog by Gary Paulsen


Fifteen-year-old Finn hopes to find a summer job where he can be by himself and not have to talk to anyone. He's content to spend his time with his dog Dylan and his best friend Matthew. Then Johanna moves in next door. She hires Finn to create a garden for her and in the process he learns more about himself and his own hidden talents. [$7.99]
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Numbers by Rachel Ward


Jem has an unusual 'gift': whenever she looks into a person's eyes she sees the date that they will die. This gift makes her choose to never become too close to someone. Until she meets Spider. But when she and Spider find themselves on the run after a terrible terrorist attack, she must meet her fate head-on in this gritty and gripping thriller. [$11.99]
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Oak Island Revenge by Cynthia d'Entremont


Two boys look forward to spending their summer searching for treasure on Oak Island, but when their small village becomes the scene of a murder, they find themselves unwittingly caught up in the investigation. [$12.95]
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Once by Morris Gleitzman


A Jewish boy in Poland who is hiding in a Catholic orphanage becomes fearful for his parents' safety and sets out to find them...knowing nothing about the war, the Nazis and the horrors that he will find. [$10.99]
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Once Every Never by Lesley Livingston


From the award-winning author of Wondrous Strange, a story of a girl with a Druid Blood Curse running through her veins. You know, the sort of adventure that happens once every...never. [$15.00]
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Only in the Movies by William Bell


Jake has always dreamed of being a screenwriter and making movies. So it's no surprise that he is trying desperately to get into film school. That is, until he meets his classmates, specifically the beautiful Alba Magdelena Benedetti. [$14.95]
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Paper Towns by John Green


This Printz award-winning author's latest book is a clever and insightful exploration in which Quentin Jakobsen embarks on an all-night adventure with his next-door neighbour/longtime crush Margo. Then she vanishes and he tries to piece together what he thinks might be clues to what may have happened to her. [$12.50]
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Plain Kate by Erin Bow


When Plain Kate finds herself forced to flee the only home she's ever known, she warily accepts the help of a stranger who offers to give her her heart's wish in exchange for her shadow...an ultimately terrifying bargain. [$10.99]
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Pop by Gordon Korman


Marcus is new in town and hoping to make the championship football team. When he befriends a former NFL player and local celebrity, he finds himself a private coach...but he also finds out about the consequences and dangers of contact sports. [$12.99]
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Queen of Hearts by Martha Brooks


It's 1941 and while Canada is fighting a war abroad, Marie Clare Cote and her brother and sister are stricken with tuberculosis and are fighting for their lives. [$14.95]
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Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly


This intricate tale weaves the stories of a contemporary teen who is struggling to recover from a terrible tragedy and a young woman in Paris during the French Revolution. Complex and compelling, their stories neatly converge in this sophisticated saga. [$10.99]
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Running on Empty by Don Aker


Ethan finds himself ensnared in the vicious world of online gambling when he tries to find a way to make some easy money. This leads to the discovery of long-buried family secrets and a shocking act of violence that serves as a wake-up call to father and son. [$14.99]
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Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi


Her touch is deadly and because of that she has always been an outcast, feared and despised. The Reestablishment want to use her as a weapon. Adam wants to save her. Juliette just wants to be herself...and to be loved for who she is. [$11.99]
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Sinking Deeper or My Questionable (Possibly Heroic) Decision to Invent a Sea Monster by Steve Vernon


From a beloved local storyteller comes the story of a teen boy doing his utmost to save his family and save his town...by inventing a sea monster. [$10.95]
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Sisters of Glass by Stephanie Hemphill


Maria longs to be a Venetian glassblower like her father but not only is that considered boy's work, she is also bound by her father's dying wish that she marry into nobility. [$8.99]
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Son by Lois Lowry


The grand finale to The Giver quartet looks deep into the heart of good and evil and what it is to be truly free. [$19.99]
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Spud - Learning to Fly by John Vande Ruit


In an eagerly-awaited third installment, Spud continues his hilarious journey through adolescence, this time attempting to master Shakespeare. [$12.50]
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Spud - The Madness Continues by John van de Ruit


In this hilarious sequel to Spud, our hero is starting his second year at boarding school where more off-thewall antics and madcap adventures await. [$12.50]
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Starclimber by Kenneth Oppel


In this continuing tale, Matt and Kate are offered an exciting opportunity to be part of the first expedition to outer space. However, Matt must first pass a series of grueling tests to prove his fitness to become an astralnaut aboard the ship Starclimber. [$9.99]
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Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini


Helen has always been conscious of being different. But when she starts having nightmares and visions she wonders about her sanity. Then the Delos family arrives and she meets Lucas. The truth is slowly revealed...about Helen and the ill-fated nature of her relationship with Lucas. [$9.99]
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Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli


Stargirl. From the day she arrives at quiet Mica High, the hallways hum with the murmur of 'Stargirl, Stargirl'. She captures Leo Borlock's heart with just one smile. She sparks a school-spirit revolution with just one cheer. The students of Micas High are enchanted. At first. Should she conform to the very thing that can destroy her, being normal? [$8.99]
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Stolen by Lucy Christopher


Written as a letter from a kidnapping victim to her captor, this Printz Honor Book depicts a desperate and haunting story of survival. [$10.99]
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Switch by Tish Cohen


In a modern take on the classic Freaky Friday story, Tish Cohen delivers a fresh look at wishing your life was someone else's. [$14.95]
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Tempest by Julie Cross


Nineteen year old Jackson is a normal guy with a unique ability to travel back in time. It seems like an innocent pastime until something terrible happens to his girlfriend and he finds himself trapped in the past, with sinister men trying to find him. [$10.99]
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Testify by Valerie Sherrard


Shauna Tremain knows right from wrong and always tries to stay out of trouble. That is, until her best friend comes to her with a serious problem. Shauna's decision saves the fate of her friend but sets off a chain of events that raises the question: did she make a horrible mistake? [$9.99]
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The Agency: A Spy in the House by Y.S. Lee


At Miss Scrimshaw's Academy for Girl's, young orphan Mary Quinn finds herself part of an all-girl investigative unit called The Agency. Soon she is called upon to put her training to the test to help solve the mystery of a merchant's missing cargo ships. This is a highly atmospheric and suspenful mystery, the start of a new series. [$9.00]
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The Betrayal of Natalie Hargrove by Lauren Kate


Charleston beauty Natalie Hargrove wants nothing else but to be crowned prom queen. But when her ex threatens to ruin her flawless plan, she sets into motion a chain of events meant to regain control. Based on the enduring story of MacBeth. [$11.50]
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The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne


This compelling novel is like no other I've read on the subject. It is not childish but childlike in the way it tells an unsettling story through the eyes of a nine year old. Delicately written, this holocaust story is a must-read. [$10.99]
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The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart


Frankie Landau-Banks, the criminal mastermind of the Loyal Order of the Basset Hounds, is the brainchild behind the numerous disruptions that fill this comedic and satirical novel. [$11.50]
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The Diviners by Libba Bray


Evie O'Neill has been thrust from her boring hometown to the bustling streets of New York City. The only catch is that she's living with strange Uncle Will, Curator of the Museum of American Folklore, Superstition and the Occult. So when a rash of occult-based murders comes to light, Evie sets out to catch the killer - so long as he doesn't catch her first. [$12.00]
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The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen


When orphan boy Sage is chosen to impersonate a long-lost prince, he soon discovers greater treachery at work than he had ever imagined. [$7.99]
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The Fault in Our Stars by John Green


Hazel knows, has always known in fact, that her cancer is terminal. But when Augustus Waters appears at Cancer Kids Support Group she discovers a whole new will to live this life she has and to love with complete abandon. [$19.00]
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The Fifth Rule by Don Aker


When Reef finds himself back in Halifax after spending the last year in Calgary making a new life for himself, he does his best to avoid Leeza. But things beyond his control keep bringing the two together and soon Reef finds himself forced to make some major decisions. [$14.99]
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The Fortunes of Indigo Skye by Deb Caletti


Seventeen year old Indigo Skye's already-perfect life becomes even more so when a mysterious man leaves her a 2.5 million dollar tip. But will money really be the dream come true that it initially appears to be? [$11.50]
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The Friday Society by Adrienne Kress


In Edwardian London, three very intelligent and talented young women work as assistants to very powerful men. When a chance meeting at a ball ends with the discovery of a murdered man, the three are bound together to solve the crime. [$19.00]
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The Future of Us by Jay Asher & Carolyn Mackler


In 1996, Josh's family receives a free AOL CD. He promptly brings it to his friend Emma to install. When they sign on, they're automatically logged onto their Facebook pages. But Facebook hasn't been invented yet. With the rare ability to look at themselves in the future, they're able to see what they're doing wrong - and right - in the present. [$10.99]
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The Juvie Three by Gordon Korman


Graham Fosse drove the getaway car for a robbery he didn't even know about. After a terrifying trip to 'Juvie', he is able to swap the slammer for a halfway house lived in by two other boys. But they all must stay on track, and if they don't, their second chance will be their last. [$10.99]
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The Luxe by Anna Godbersen


At the turn of the 19th century, young socialites Elizabeth and Diana of the prestigious Holland family are thrown into a world of backstabbing, betrayal and scandalous affairs. With the eyes of Manhattan's elite watching their every move, the sisters are forced to choose between social obedience and true love. [$10.99]
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The Madman's Daughter by Megan Shepherd


Juliet Moreau has spent her entire life trying to forget the scandal surrounding her father's grisly experiments. But when she finds out that he is still alive, she sets out to find him and learn the truth. What she discovers is horrifying, and it falls to her to put an end to his work once and for all. [$11.99]
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The Maze Runner by James Rushner


When Thomas wakes up, the only thing he can remember is his first name. When he gets up, he finds himself surrounded by kids who welcome him to the Glade, an ever-changing maze. Together the gladers try to solve the maze and find a way out. [$11.99]
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The New Policeman by Kate Thompson


This charming Irish fantasy is filled with folklore, fairies and fiddles! When fifteen year old J.J. sets out to fulfill his mother's birthday wish for more time, he has no idea that it will lead him on a merry dance into another world which holds the key to various puzzles and family secrets. [$11.25]
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The Outcasts: The Brotherband Chronicles #1 by John Flanagan


This is the first in a new series by the creator of the popular Ranger's Apprentice. Set in the same realm, he introduces readers to a new cast of characters, a band of outcasts who roam the seas using cunning and courage to battle their many opponents. [$14.95]
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The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder


Campbell Cooper needs a miracle. That's why her family decides to up and move 1500 miles north to Promise, Maine - a place where amazing, unexplainable things are said to occur. And that's why, when a mysterious envelope arrives, containing a list of things for Cameron to do before she dies, she starts to believe that miracles might actually be possible. [$9.99]
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The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater


Aglionby Academy is a prestigious school for boys & the nearest school to Henrietta, Virginia, a place that might have a secret: a vanished Welsh king sleeping deep beneath the hills who is rumored to grant a wish to the person that first discovers him. [$10.99]
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The Ring of Solomon by Jonathan Stroud


History is revealed as readers travel alongside Bartimaeus to Jerusalem and the court of King Solomon for his most exciting adventure yet! [$9.99]
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The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater


Every year, countless young men die trying to tame the water horses that wash up on shore to ride in the Scorpio Races. Kate has vowed never to have anything to do with these creatures. Instead she becomes the first girl to ever enter the race. [$10.99]
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The Selection by Kiera Cass


Seventeen year old America is not happy when she is Selected, even though for most girls this is a dream come true: the chance to go to the castle and compete to win the heart of the prince. But ruling this kingdom has never been her dream. Though perhaps it should have been... [$11.99]
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The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson


This poetic and complex novel explores one girl's efforts to move on after the tragic loss of her sister Bailey. When she finds herself drawn to two different boys she is forced to do some serious soul-searching...especially since one of them was Bailey's boyfriend. [$10.99]
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The Smile by Donna Jo Napoli


This is Napoli's reworking of the story of Elisabetta, the young woman whose smile inspired one of Leonardo's greatest works. [$9.99]
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The Sorceress: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel by Michael Scott


In this third book in the series, Nicholas must find an Elder to teach Josh and Sophie the third elemental magic - Water Magic - in order to defeat the evil Dee. [$10.99]
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The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith


Within 24 hours, two strangers will board a plane, be seated in the same row and be perfect for one another. But will all the twists of fate and quirky things that brought them together keep them together when they land? [$9.99]
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The Summer I Learned to Fly by Dana Reinhardt


It is the summer before eighth grade for Drew who is working at her mother's cheese shop and nursing a crush on the surfer boy who also works there. Then she meets Emmett Crane and this otherwise unremarkable summer becomes an amazing time of growth and discovery. [$9.99]
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The Sweetness of Salt by Cecilia Galonte


Julia seems to have a perfect life with a full college scholarship and an ideal summer internship. But then her older sister shows up and invites Julia to spend the summer with her in Vermont where she is opening a bakery. What follows is a summer of revelations and self-discovery. [$9.99]
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The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe


A deadly virus sweeps through Kaelyn's home, forcing the government to quarantine the island. She and those who remain must then fight for survival, and to hold on to the belief that there must be a way to stop the virus. [$9.99]
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Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer by John Grisham


Introducing Theodore Boone, a boy with an 'office' at his parents' law firm, who is friends with judges, knows policemen and their beats, and is the 'go to' legal counsel for students at his school, whether it be questions about bankruptcy, drinking and drug charges, divorce, or springing your dog from the pound. A big court case in his town, a murder trial, is set to start and Theo finds himself tangled in the proceedings. He will need all that he knows of the law to help him in this case.
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Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher


Two weeks after the suicide of former classmate and crush, Hannah, Clay receives a package of cassettes recorded by Hannah. She tells him that there are 13 reasons why she ended her life. Clay is one of them. So begins an eerie, beautiful and award-winning story, that is called 'the Go Ask Alice for this generation.'. [$12.50]
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This Dark Endeavour by Kenneth Oppel


Young Victor Frankenstein feels helpless and angry when his twin brother becomes ill and no one seems able to help him. So he turns to the mysteries of alchemy in the hopes of creating the legendary Elixir of Life. [$12.99]
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Trapped by Michael Northrop


The day the blizzard started was a day like any other and Scotty and his friends Pete and Jason are among the last seven kids to get picked up from school. They soon realize that no one is coming for them. Then the power goes out and the pipes freeze. As the snow keeps falling they are forced to make decisions both critical and devastating. [$10.99]
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Uglies by Scott Westerfeld


Tally is about to turn sixteen, and she can't wait. Not for her license- for turning pretty. In Tally's world, sixteen brings an operation that turns you from ugly into stunningly beautiful - but when she learns about a new side of the pretty world, and has to make a choice, the decision Tally makes changes her world forever. [$10.50]
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Underdogs by Markus Zusak


This previously-published trilogy from the author of The Book Thief tells the story of the Wolfe brothers. About boxing, brothers and becoming yourself, these three books are as witty, wise and wonderful as his fans have come to expect. [$21.99]
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Variant by Robison Wells


In this latest foray into the realm of dystopian literature, Benson gets a scholarship to Maxfield Academy but soon discovers that it is much more like a prison than a private school. As he tries to find a way to escape, he comes face to face with the shocking - and terrible - truth. [$11.99]
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Very LeFreak by Rachel Cohn


Very LeFreak is addicted to modern technology: she is compelled to check her iPhone, laptop, text messages at all times as she waits for the next message from her online crush. Soon, however, Very is in danger of alienating everyone she knows and loves if she can't get a handle on this obsession. [$10.99]
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What I Saw and How I Lied by Judy Blundell


Heartbreaking and insightful, Evie slowly comes to understand the world of adult deception with the background of a historical mystery. This coming of age tale was the 2008 National Book Award winner. [$11.99]
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Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler with art by Moira Kalman


Min Green is sending her ex-boyfriend Ed a letter and sending him a box. Inside the box is a movie ticket, a comb, and every other souvenir from a giddy, intimate and ultimately ill-fated relationship. This is a moving portrait of first love and all the memorable firsts along the way. [$19.99]
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Wish by Alexandra Bullen


Olivia Larsen desperately wishes she could bring her twin sister back to life. When her wish is granted, her sister's return isn't quite what she expected. When she's granted two more wishes, things become even more complicated. [$11.99]
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Wither by Lauren DeStefano


Thanks to a failed attempt to perfect the human race, all females live to age 20, males age 25. It is in this dark world that we meet Rhine, age 16 with 4 years left to live, who is kidnapped and sold off as a bride. [$9.99]
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Withering Tights by Louise Rennison


Acting? Check. Tights? Check. Moors? Check. Hilarity? You bet. In the latest from the author of the Georgia Nicholson books we meet a new set of characters at a summer performing arts program. [$9.99]
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Wondrous Strange by Lesley Livingston


While on duty guarding the gate between the mortal world and the land of Faerie, Sonny Flannery meets Kelley, an aspiring young actress who has come to New York to seek her fortune. Soon their fates seem inextricably intertwined in this story of Faerie magic, budding romance and shocking secrets. [$9.99]
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Worldshaker by Richard Harland


On the great juggernaut Worldshaker, the world is divided; the elite enjoy a comfortable life on the upper deck and the 'Filthies' live like criminals below. When an upper deck resident meets a 'Filthy' on the run, so begins a fight to change the world. [$12.99]
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