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Amanda | 210 comments Mod
New year, new resolutions! We're ringing in 2020 with these upcoming teen books. Look for them heading your way across the Lakeland libraries.

Black Girl Unlimited by Echo Brown Black Girl Unlimited by Echo Brown
From age six through her high school valedictory speech, believing she and her mother are wizards helps young Echo cope with poverty, hunger, her mother's drug abuse, and much more.

The Conference of the Birds (Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children, #5) by Ransom Riggs The Conference of the Birds by Ransom Riggs
A latest entry in the best-selling series continues the story of Jacob Portman, who takes a brave leap into The Conference of the Birds while pursued by dangerous enemies.

The Good Hawk by Joseph Elliott The Good Hawk
A maligned defender with unique animal-communication talents and a sea-hating angler who wants to avoid an arranged marriage team up on a quest in a haunted region of nomads to protect their clans from a mysterious threat.

The Hand on the Wall (Truly Devious, #3) by Maureen Johnson The Hand on the Wall by Maureen Johnson
A conclusion to the series that includes The Vanishing Stair finds another death compelling Stevie to navigate mysterious riddles and track down a missing David at the same time a massive storm forces her to confront a killer.

The Night Country (The Hazel Wood, #2) by Melissa Albert The Night Country by Melissa Albert
A highly anticipated sequel to The Hazel Wood finds Alice and her fellow survivors targeted by a dark adversary at the same time Finch seeks a way back home in a deteriorating Hinterland.

One of Us Is Next (One of Us Is Lying, #2) by Karen M. McManus One of Us Is Next by Karen McManus
A sequel to the best-selling One of Us Is Lying finds the Bayview friends targeted by an anonymous adversary who uses an increasingly dangerous truth-or-dare app to keep the late Simon’s gossip legacy alive.

Tweet Cute by Emma Lord Tweet Cute by Emma Lord
A reimagining of You’ve Got Mail follows the unlikely romance between an overachiever from a successful family and the class clown, who exchange snarky tweets that escalate into a viral Twitter war.

message 2: by Angel (new)

Angel | 22 comments Mod
I just added Black Girl Unlimited to my "want to read" shelf. I should probably add Tweet Cute for balance.

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