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The Line
Courtney Brandt
4+ star contemporary fiction
Like any normal sixteen year old, Lucy Karate longs for the perfect junior year. She imagines herself having fun hanging out with friends, getting good grades, finally finding a boyfriend, and, above all, marching on The Battery. For Lucy, a member of the highly competitive Forrest Hills Flyers Marching Band, the Battery is a chance to actually march on the field and show everyone that girls really can be outstanding percussionists.

Robin: Lady of Legend (The Classic Adventures of the Girl Who Became Robin Hood)
R.M. ArceJaeger
5 star historical fiction
What if Robin Hood wasn’t the man you thought him to be—what if he wasn’t a man at all?
Robin of Locksley is young, headstrong, and about to receive the worst birthday present of her life. Still struggling to define herself in a society that believes women are fit for little more than governing a household and bearing children, she balks at her father’s plans for her future, but the consequences of her rebellion prove deadly. Hunted by both her father and the Sheriff, Robin is forced to hide her identity and seek refuge as an outlaw in Sherwood Forest.

The Dirt
Lori Culwell
4+ star contemporary fiction
Lucy Whitley cannot wait to get out of Palm Desert. It’s not a place for a frizzy-haired science nerd, particularly when her fashion-obsessed older sister Sloane is the head of a clique of pretty girls who rule the school – and practically the whole town. Fortunately, life is about to change forever.

The Raven Girl
Kathy Cecala
5 star historical fiction
1488 A.D.: On a remote isle off Ireland’s rugged Connemarra coast, an unusual young woman washes ashore, barely alive. Her golden-brown skin and raven-black hair frightens the pale and primitive islanders, who fear she is a witch or sea creature. Meanwhile, in Galway City, a young abbey scholar, intrigued by reports of a ‘dark mermaid’ cast ashore his native isle, sets out to unravel the mystery of this ‘raven girl,’ falling dangerously in love with her.


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