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Library picks


Begging For Change

Begging For Change

— Sharon G. Flake

A year after Raspberry’s mother threw her hard-earned money out the window like trash; Raspberry is still struggling to find balance and security in her life. More than anything, she wants a father who will love and protect her, like Zora’s dad. Raspberry’s drug-addicted father returns. He’s desperate enough to steal, just like Raspberry, who ends up doing the unthinkable. But nothing good comes of bad money.
Fiction Teenagers
Busted

Busted

— Anthony John

Up until two weeks ago, the sexiest thing Kevin Mopsely had touched his lips was the spit-filled mouth piece of his flute. But when he accidently volunteers for the jocks’ Graduation Rituals, Kevin’s social stock and his make-out-record-soars. All he has to do to preserve his alpha male status is to compile the annual Book of Busts, a record of the chest size of every girl in the senior class.
Fiction Teenagers
Food, Girls, and Other Things I Can’t Have

Food, Girls, and Other Things I Can’t Have

— Allen Zadoff

This is the moment. It’s time to tell April the truth about how I feel. But all I can think is that I probably have Caesar salad stuck in my teeth. Kiss the girl, the song says. The song is right. But there’s another song. The one in my head. It says, Fat guys don’t get to kiss the girl. This song comes with a YouTube clip. It’s a scene of a big fat kid trying to kiss this little cute girl.
Fiction - Romance Teenagers
Poetry speaks to children

Poetry speaks to children

— Elise Paschen

Poetry Speaks is meant to be a beginning, a starting point on a journey of discovery.
95 remarkable poems - dip in again and again of imaginative treasury of the spoken and written word for kids of all ages.
Comics & Graphic Novels Children
Girls play to win: Volleyball

Girls play to win: Volleyball

— Chros McDougall

On the floor or in the sand….
I rule the net.
Pass, set, hit… Now get ready to block and dig!
Volleyball has grown from its origins as a gentle girl’s game to the hard-hitting, fast-serving sport it is today. No longer confined to an indoor court, beach volleyball now grabs the spotlight during the summer season, too. So grab a ball and go for a kill!
Young Readers age 9 to 12
Arts & Entertainement - Health, Mind & Body Adults - Teenagers
The ABC’s of how I love you

The ABC’s of how I love you

— Paula Fitzgerald

You’re my Alphabet of Love! Offers equal dollops of fun and education as it introduces young children to the alphabet through endearing and sometimes silly rhymes, colorful illustrations, and a music box-like melody of the classic ABC song.
Young Readers age 4 to 8
Arts & Entertainement Children
Losing Romeo

Losing Romeo

— A.J Byrd

BFF – that’s Anjenai, Kierra and Tyler. Growing up together in an Atlanta housing project, the girls have always been there for each other. But high school is a whole new world, and the drama is just beginning. New guys, new gossip, new rivals the trio have plenty to occupy their time now that Romeo, the football star who almost cost them their friendship is out of the picture. Or is he?
Fiction Teenagers
Bad Apple

Bad Apple

— Laura Ruby

High-School junior Tola Riley has green hair, a nose ring, an attitude problem, and a fondness for fairy tales. Everyone thinks she’s crazy except Mr. Mymer, her art teacher. He gets her paintings and lets her hang out in the art room during lonely lunch periods. But then rumors start flying and Tola is suddenly the center of a scandal. When Mr. Mymer is suspended for what everyone thinks is an affair, she has no choice but to break her silence.
Fiction Teenagers
In the Midst of It All

In the Midst of It All

— Tifanny L. Warren

For feisty 17-year-old Zenovia, keeping strong in her faith is an uphill battle. When the Brethren of the Sacrifice Church offers them acceptance and a chance at stability, even skeptical Zee can’t resist. Especially when Tristan, a handsome, fervent young member acts like he wants her to be his one-an-only and his older brother Justin reveals he’s more interested in Zee than he pretends.
Fiction Teenagers
Sins of the mother

Sins of the mother

— Victoria Christopher Murray

Jasmine Larson Bush is finally living a drama-free life. She’s left her stripper days behind and is standing by her husband’s side as the first lady of one of the largest churches in New York City. But just when Jasmine has committed her life completely to God, her daughter Jacqueline is kidnapped. The police and the church community join in the frantic search to find the 4 year old.
Fiction Adults
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