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All we left behind / Ingrid Sundberg.
Marion is hiding a secret from her past and Kurt is trying to figure out how to recover from his mother's death as they both find solace in each other.

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Alone / Scott Sigler.
Captivity -- Fiction.
Genetic engineering -- Fiction.
Imaginary wars and battles -- Fiction.
Survival -- Fiction.
Young adult fiction.
Science fiction.
Dystopian fiction.

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Blood Rose Rebellion / Rosalyn Eves.
Magic -- Fiction.
Romanies -- Fiction.
Young adult fiction.
Hungary -- Fiction.
Fantasy fiction.

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Dorothy must die. Volume 3, stories / Danielle Paige.
"This bind-up of three prequel novellas to the New York Times bestselling Dorothy Must Die series follows early members of the Revolutionary Order of the Wicked as they begin to form the group that will recruit Amy Gumm--and save Oz."--Page [4] of cover.

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Freya / Matthew Laurence.
"Ancient gods collide with the modern world when the goddess Freya tries to reclaim her lost power and take down an evil corporation"--

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H.E.A.R. / Robin Epstein.
When one of her fellow students in her great-uncle's ESP lab project is murdered Kass must learn to trust those who share her remarkable gift.

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He said, she said / a novel by Kwame Alexander.
When a popular football 'playa' and ladies man and the smartest girl in school lead a school protest, sparks fly as their social media-aided revolution grows.

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Love is love / Mette Bach.
"Overweight and unhappy at home, Emmy gets sexually involved with a popular classmate so that people will think that she is worth liking. When she realizes that he is just using her, she decides to leave her home in Winnipeg to stay with her uncle's family in Vancouver. Emmy has always been intimidated by her perfect cousin Paige and Paige's cool friends, so she is surprised to find that the coolest of them is transgender. Emmy is instantly attracted to Jude (who used to be Judy), and starts hanging out at the coffee shop where he works. She even performs at the poetry slam Jude hosts there. Emmy is never sure where she stands with Jude, and can't believe that such a confident, charismatic guy might actually be interested in her. Both her mother back in Winnipeg and Paige warn her away from Jude, saying that he will just use her and she will get hurt. But it's not until she almost falls again into the trap of casual sex to boost her self-esteem that Emmy realizes it's worth it to put your true self out there for real love."--

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Same love / Tony Correia.
At seventeen, Adam has suspected for a while that he might be gay. His sketchbook has become full of images of good-looking men, and he isn't attracted to any of the girls he knows. When he reveals his feelings to his devout parents, they send him to a Christian camp, warning him that there will be no room in their lives for a gay son. The last thing Adam expects is to meet someone he is deeply attracted to; unfortunately, Paul is more committed to his Christian faith than Adam is. Adam tries to bury his attraction to Paul by concentrating on his art and his new friends Rhonda and Martin. When it becomes clear how unhappy Rhonda and Martin are at Camp Revelation, Adam and Paul are both forced to question what the church tells them about love. But with a whole camp full of people trying to get Adam to change who he is, what kind of chance do Adam and Paul have to find love and a life with each other?.

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Saying good-bye to London / Julie Burtinshaw.
High school students -- Fiction.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Teenage pregnancy -- Fiction.
Young adult fiction.