It’s October again, and with that brings cooler weather, things that go “Boo!” in the night and creepy crawlers in the shadows. Teen librarian Maeve presents some spooky books for October.
In The Cemetery Boys, by Heather Brewer, Stephen has just moved to Spencer, Michigan, which is full of old-...
Diversity has come up a lot in today’s current events, and it’s important to have literature to turn to help understand others. This list celebrates diversity through stories on race, culture, LGBTQ, and more.
The Game of Love and Death, by Martha Brockenbrough, Love and Death play a game with...
Technology is ever expanding and is a big part of all of our lives. We use laptops, robots, cell phones, and more. The following are some great technology based fiction books that any young adult reader will enjoy.
Don’t Turn Around is the first in a series of three books by Michelle Gagnon. Noa is...