Read this Now: Librarian Reviews

Libba Bray's Beauty Queens

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You may already be familiar with Libba  Bray.  She made Mad Cow Disease seem funny in Going Bovine and mixed mystery and fantasy in the Gemma Doyle Trilogy (Start with A Great and Terrible Beauty).  Her latest, Beauty Queens, is HILARIOUS and unlike anything else you'll read this year.

Pretty Little Liars

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ABC Family’s smash hit Pretty Little Liars is back in full swing!  If you’re like me, you can’t get enough of the drama, mystery, snarky texts, and hookups happening in Rosewood, and you’re dying to figure out who “A” is! Did you know the show is based on a series of books by Sara Shepard? The first one, called Pretty Little Liars of course, can be requested here.

And while you’re waiting for more creepy Jenna and dreamy Toby, you can also check out some of these similar books:

Kate Brian's Private series is here.

Zoey Dean's The A-List is here.

Lauren Conrad's L.A. Candy is here.

Are you considered normal?

Julie Anne Peters has writen the story of two totally different girls who find themselves squaring off in a peer-counseling program where they find that they have---SURPRISE!!! more than a few things in common. Included in the book is a reading-group guide written by the author. Check your local library to get a copy!
 
 
Define Normal by Julie Anne Peters

Clockwork Prince

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Clockwork Prince, book 2 in Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices series, will be published December 6th. Put yourself on the waiting list now for the newest installment in this paranormal steampunk saga.

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