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YA book recommendations – Fall 2017

The Library staff has a variety of reading tastes and luckily many of us read different YA titles.  Consider trying one of these recent staff favorites…


The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh
“Would you volunteer to marry the prince if you knew he planned to kill you on your wedding night?” ~Recommended by Lisa R



Piper by Jay Asher & Jessica Freeburg  [graphic novel]
“Do you know the Pied Piper of Hamelin?” ~Recommended by Jenn



Once and For All by Sarah Dessen
Who says a great wedding planner has to believe in happily-ever-after.” ~Recommended by Jenn



Turtles All the Way Down by John Green
A brave, honest look at mental health… and all that other great John Green stuff his readers love.” ~Recommended by Jenn



All’s Faire in Middle School by Victoria Jamieson [graphic novel]
“The formerly homeschooled Ren Faire kid on a quest to earn her knighthood by taking on the beast that is Middle School.” ~Recommended by Jenn



The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
“Starr must navigate between the wealthy suburban prep school she attends each day and the poor neighborhood she returns home to every night. A police shooting causes her two worlds to collide.” ~Recommended by Lisa R


Dostinex Online
Buy Rhinocort Online
Buy Serevent