4789-4047-0), is a novel about fame,
friendship, and an actor who goes on a
road trip with some of his fans.
Word of Mouse by James Patterson
and Chris Granbenstein (Dec.,
unabridged download, $22, ISBN 978-1-
4789-4010-4) is a middle grade novel
starring a blue-furred mouse who can
read, write, and talk to humans.
Love and First Sight by Josh
Sundquist (Jan., unabridged download,
$22.98, ISBN 978-1-4789-4073-9). In
the author and You Tube star’s first novel
(after two successful memoirs), 16-year-
old Will enters a mainstream high school
for the first time after years attending a
school for the blind.
The Thousandth Floor by Katharine
McGee, read by Phoebe Strole (Aug.,
unabridged download, $24.99, ISBN 978-
0-06-257013-0). In this series starter,
debut author McGee creates a future New
York City where the glamorous residents
of the tallest tower harbor dangerous
secrets that could be their undoing.
Moo by Sharon Creech, read by
Brittany Pressley (Aug., unabridged
download, $24.99, ISBN 978-0-06-257-
14-7). Twelve-year-old Reena unexpectedly develops a bond with an ornery cow
when her family moves from the city to
Girl Mans Up by M.-E. Girard, read
by Emma Galvin (Sept., unabridged
download, $24.99, ISBN 978-0-06-
244727-2). Pen finds a way to be the
kind of girl she wants to be, even though
her parents and friends don’t understand.
The Plot to Kill Hitler by Patricia
McCormick, read by Adam Verner (Sept.,
unabridged download, $24.99, ISBN
978-0-06-257024-6), is a biography of
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German pastor
and pacifist who took part in a plot to
kill Hitler during WWII.
Miracle in Music City (Glimmer
Girls #3) by Natalie Grant, read by
Simona Chitescu-Weik (Aug.,
unabridged download, $15.99, ISBN
978-0-310-75880-8). Twins Mia and
Maddie and little sister Lulu solve a mys-
tery in their hometown of Nashville.
The Silent Songbird by Melanie
Dickerson, read by Jude Mason (Nov.,
unabridged download, $21.99, ISBN
978-0-7180-9249-8). In this YA histor-
ical romance, Evangeline runs away to
avoid a political marriage to her sinister
and much-older cousin.
The Reader by Traci Chee (Sept.,
unabridged CD, $55, ISBN 978-0-14-
752571-0). A book holds the key to the
murder of Sefia’s father and the kidnap-
ping of her aunt.
The Best Man by Richard Peck (Sept.,
unabridged CD, $30, ISBN 978-0-7352-
8886-7). Twelve-year-old Archer narrates
his journey through sixth grade and the
marriage of his beloved Uncle Paul to
another man, Archer’s favorite teacher.
The Inquisitor’s Tale by Adam
Gidwitz (Sept., unabridged CD, $40,
ISBN 978-0-7352-8736-5). A narrator
collects stories about three magical chil-
dren that are shared among travelers who
cross paths at a French inn in 1242.
What Light by Jay Asher (Oct.,
unabridged CD, $40, ISBN 978-0-7352-
8470-8). Sierra sees something in Caleb,
who has a bad reputation because of a
mistake he made years ago, and falls in
love with him.
Into the Lion’s Den by Linda
Fairstein (Nov., unabridged CD, $40,
ISBN 978-1-5247-0824-5). In this kick-off to crime writer Fairstein’s series,
12-year-old Devlin is on the case when
her friend believes that she saw someone
steal a page from a rare book in the New
York Public Library.
The Lovely Reckless by Kami Garcia
(Oct., unabridged CD, $39.99, ISBN
978-1-4272-8009-1). In Garcia’s first
contemporary romance and standalone
novel, new-girl-in-school Frankie falls for
bad-boy street racer Marco. “It’s their
love story and there’s lots of kissing and
car racing,” Garcia told PW.
Heartless by Marissa Meyer (Nov.,
unabridged CD, $39.99, ISBN 978-1-
4272-6794-8) is a prequel to Lewis
Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Selected Poetry by Lewis Carroll by
Lewis Carroll, read by Roger May (Aug.,
unabridged CD, $14.98, ISBN 978-1-
84379-974-0). This collection includes
beloved and lesser-known works,
including some pieces Carroll wrote
when he was 13.
Fuzzy by Tom Angleberger and Paul
Delinger (Aug., unabridged download,
$24.99, ISBN 978-1-5019-3663-0). The
new kid in middle school is a state-of-
Don’t You Trust Me? by Patricia
Kindl (Aug., unabridged download,
$19.99, ISBN 978-1-5019-2822-2). In
this thriller, a teen girl switches identities with a stranger to pull off a scam.
Children of Exile by Margaret
Peterson Haddix (Sept., unabridged
download, $24.99, ISBN 978-1-5019-
2825-3) begins a new trilogy about children raised apart from their parents for
years being returned to their unfamiliar
families and homes.
Brightwood by Tania Unsworth (Sept.,
unabridged download, $19.99, ISBN 978-
1-5019-3664-7). When her mother disappears, Daisy and her imaginary friends
must thwart a dangerous stranger.
Dark Horses by Cecily von Ziegsar
(Sept., unabridged download, $24.99,
ISBN 978-1-5019-3670-8). A troubled
teen at a residential equine therapy program finds herself in a complex love triangle in this dark update of Black Beauty.
Wrecked by Maria Padian (Oct.,
unabridged download, $24.99, ISBN
978-1-5019-3678-4). Padian’s YA novel
looks at a sexual assault on a college
campus—and the ensuing investigation—from multiple points of view.
Making Friends with Billy Wong by