• Ice Wolves by Amie Kaufman

    Everyone in Vallen knows that ice wolves and scorch dragons are sworn enemies who live deeply separate lives.

    So when twelve-year-old orphan Anders takes one elemental form and his twin sister, Rayna, takes another, he wonders whether they are even related. Still, whether or not they’re family, Rayna is Anders’s only true friend. She’s nothing like the brutal, cruel dragons who claimed her as one of their own and stole her away.

     

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  • Supergifted by Gordon Korman

    The highly anticipated sequel to Ungifted from #1 New York Timesbestselling author Gordon Korman.

    Donovan Curtis has never been what anyone would call “gifted.” But his genius friend Noah Youkilis is actually supergifted, with one of the highest IQs around. After years at the Academy for Scholastic Distinction, all Noah dreams of is the opportunity to fail if he wants to. And he’s landed in the perfect place to do it—Donovan’s school.

    Almost immediately, Noah finds himself on the wrong side of cheerleading captain Megan Mercury and alpha jock Hash “Hashtag” Taggart. Sticking up for Noah lands Donovan in the middle of a huge feud with Hashtag. He’s told to stay away from the sports star—or else.

     

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  • The Summer of Owen Todd by Tony Abbott

    Owen and his best friend, Sean, are both eleven years old. They've lived on Cape Cod all their lives, and now that they're a little older, they'll finally be free to spend some time on their own. But Sean's mother has a different idea--she hires a babysitter to look after Sean. Paul is in his twenties, and a well-liked guy from church.

    Paul starts doing things that just feel wrong. Because they've always been as close as brothers, Sean tells Owen, and no one else. What's not certain to Owen is what he should do. Sean warns him not to tell anyone what is happening. But if Owen doesn't tell, could something even worse happen to Sean?

    This harrowing and sensitively told tale of child abuse is a must-read for anyone who might ever be called upon to help a friend in need.

     

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  • The Wheel of Life and Death by Julian Sedgwick

    After a close call with an assassin in Barcelona, Danny is more convinced than ever that his parents--star performers in the Mysterium circus--died under suspicious circumstances. He's also sure that there's a traitor within the Mysterium. As the troupe heads to Berlin for a circus festival, Danny scrambles to unravel the clues his father left behind. He'll need his decoding skills--plus some extremely risky circus tricks--to find out what really happened to his parents and who's still trying to sabotage the Mysterium. Can he expose his parents' killer before disaster strikes again?

     

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