New Fiction

 

photo-1127 new books were added to the collection yesterday.  The books are currently on display in the library.

They are:

 

Eon: Dragoneye Reborn, by Alison Goodman

    Sixteen-year-old Eon hopes to become an apprentice to one of the twelve energy dragons of good fortune and learn to be its main interpreter, but to do so will require much, including keeping secret that she is a girl.

 

Firebirds Soaring:  An Anthology of Original Speculative Fiction, edited by Sharyn November

    Contents: Kingmaker, by Nancy Springer — A Ticket to Ride, by Nancy Farmer — A Thousand Tails, by Christopher Barzak — All Under Heaven, by Chris Roberson — Singing On a Star, by Ellen Klages — Egg Magic, by Louise Marley — Flatland, by Kara Dalkey –Dolly the Dog-Soldier, by Candas Jane Dorsey — Ferryman, by Margo Lanagan — The Ghosts of Strangers, by Nina Kiriki Hoffman — Three Twilight Tales, by Jo Walton — The Dignity He’s Due, by Carol Emshwiller –Power and Magic, by Marly Youmans — Court Ship, by Sherwood Smith — Little Red, by Jane Yolen and Adam Stemple — The Myth of Fenix, by Laurel Winter — Fear and Loathing in Lalanna, by Nick O-Donohoe — Bonechewer’s Legacy, by Clare Bell — Something Worth Doing, by Elizabeth E. Wein.

 

The ABC’s of Kissing Boys, by Tina Ferraro

    When sixteen-year-old Parker Stanhope takes kissing lessons from the freshman across the street as part of her plan to get on the varsity soccer team, a relationship blossoms that threatens her popularity at school and must be kept secret from their feuding fathers.

 

Geek Charming, by Robin Palmer

    Rick, spoiled, and popular high school senior Dylan is coerced into doing a documentary film with Josh, one of the school’s geeks, who leads her to realize that the world does not revolve around her.

 

How To Take the EX Out of Ex-Boyfriend, by Janette Rallison

    Giovanna rashly breaks up with her boyfriend Jesse when he refuses to help her twin brother with his campaign for Student Council president, but fixing her mistake may be more difficult for her than she realizes.

 

Sea of Love, by Jamie Ponti

    As if it’s not bad enough that Darby had to leave NYC and her BF to move to Florida, where her family’s started running a hotel, now she has to help with the hotel’s annual Valentine’s Day Cupid’s Ball.

 

Star-Crossed, by Mimi McCoy

    Abby has it all together: she gets straight A’s, she’s a star on her track team, and she’s class vice president.  But when a fun trip to an astrologer gets Abby hooked on reading her horoscope, she starts to get superstitious.  Things begin to go awry at school and at home, and soon Abby has to wonder–do the stars have it in for her?

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