the students of Journalism 1A discover the
truth about Kaboom Academy and who’s
really in charge. Ages 10–up.
The Mark of the Dragonfly by
Jaleigh Johnson (Mar. 25, hardcover,
$16.99, ISBN 978-0385376150). In
this fantasy, Piper finds a girl from the
Dragonfly Territories amid the wreckage
of a caravan and undertakes a dangerous,
magical journey to lead her back to her
home. Ages 10–up.
Pieces of Me by Amber Kizer (Feb.
11, hardcover, $16.99, ISBN 978-
0385741163). After Jessica dies in a car
accident and her parents donate her
organs, her ghost narrates the story
of how the four teen recipients are
drawn to one another. Ages 12–up.
Fates by Lanie Bross (Feb. 11,
hardcover, $17.99, ISBN 978-
0385742825). A girl who is not
human must bring about the
death of the boy she loves, or risk
banishment from her home forever.
Don’t Even Think About It
by Sarah Mlynowski (Mar. 11,
hardcover, $17.99, ISBN 978-
0385737388) follows a group of New
York City teens who develop telepathic
abilities as a side effect of their school’s flu
shots. Ages 12–up.
Kissing in Italian by Lauren Henderson
(Mar. 11, hardcover, $16.99, ISBN 978-
0385741378). This companion to Flirting
in Italian continues the story of Violet and
Luca and their uncertain destiny. Ages
Demon Derby by Carrie Harris
(July 8, hardcover, $17.99, ISBN 978-
0385742177). Cancer survivor Casey
joins a roller derby team that happens to
be managed by a guy who trains demon
hunters. Ages 12–up.
The Here and Now by Ann Brashares
(Apr. 8, hardcover, $18.99, ISBN 978-
0385736800). Prenna, who has traveled
back in time from Earth’s dying future,
must conceal her identity or risk dire
consequences. Ages 12–up.
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
(May 13, hardcover, $17.99, ISBN
978-0385741262) relates the saga of a
privileged family and the tragic choices
and dark secrets that can change lives
forever. Ages 12–up.
Bloodwitch by Amelia Atwater-
Rhodes (May 13, hardcover, $17.99, ISBN
978-0385743037). In this supernatural
fantasy, Vance must decide between the
shapeshifter family who abandoned him or
the vampires who have taken care of him
ever since. Ages 12–up.
Hexed by Michelle Krys (June
10, hardcover, $17.99, ISBN 978-
0385743372). A cheerleader finds herself
in the center of a centuries-old war between
witches and sorcerers and uncovers the
many dark truths about her life. Ages 12–
The Year of Chasing Dreams by
Lurlene McDaniel (July 22, hardcover,
$16.99, ISBN 978-0385741736). Tragedy
and the return of an old love further
complicate Ciana’s efforts to maintain the
family land left her by her grandmother.
The Glass Casket by McCormick
Templeman (Feb. 11, hardcover, $17.99,
ISBN 978-0385743457). In this supernatural
tale, Rowan must find out who is responsible
for a brutal murder before her family and
village are destroyed. Ages 14–up.
ACID by Emma Pass (Mar. 11, hardcover,
$17.99, ISBN 978-0385743877) is a
futuristic survival story featuring Jenna
Strong, framed for a crime and locked away
for life by ACID, the most brutal police
force ever. Ages 14–up.
Incinerator by Niall Leonard (Apr.
8, hardcover, $17.99, ISBN 978-
0385743631). After the deaths of his
parents, Finn Maguire tries to make a fresh
start running a boxing gym in the rough
heart of the city. Ages 14–up.
Nate the Great stars in Nate the Great,
Where Are You? by Marjorie Weinman
Sharmat and Mitchell Sharmat, illus.
by Jody Wheeler (May 13, hardcover,
$12.99, ISBN 978-0385743365), ages
6–9. Alice-Miranda is back in Alice-
Miranda at Sea by Jacqueline Harvey
(Apr. 8, hardcover, $14.99, ISBN 978-
0385743754), ages 7–10. Joining
Joshua Dread is The Dominion Key by
Lee Bacon (May 13, hardcover, $16.99,
ISBN 978-0385743822), ages 9–12. The
Dispossessed gains The Lovely and the
Lost by Page Morgan (May 13, hardcover,
$18.99, ISBN 978-0385743136),
ages 12–up. The Mystic City Trilogy
continues with Toxic Heart by Theo
Lawrence (Apr. 8, hardcover, $17.99,
ISBN 978-0385741620), ages 12–up.
And Starstruck rolls along with Love Me
by Rachel Shukert (Feb. 11, hardcover,
$17.99, ISBN 978-0385741101), ages
From The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend, illus. by Dan Santat (Little, Brown)