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Books + Burritos Fall 2013

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Katie Highland

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Transcript of Books + Burritos Fall 2013

Books + Burritos Fall 2013
Contemporary Fiction
The Beginning
of Everything
by Robyn Schneider
Science Fiction/Fantasy
Whittier Public Library
If You Could Be Mine by Sara Farizan
How far would you go for love?
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
A coming-of-age tale of family,
first love, and fan fiction
More than This
by Patrick Ness
All Our Yesterdays
by Cristin Terrill
Not a Drop to Drink
by Mindy McGinnis
The Infinite Moment of Us
by Lauren Myracle
A tale of first love that is sweet, steamy, and oh-so-true to life.
The Sea of Tranquility
by Katja Millay
Can two scarred people learn to trust each other?
Non Fiction
"The President Has Been Shot!"
by James L. Swanson
The harrowing true story of the Kennedy assassination told with immediacy and thrillerlike tension.
by Sophie Hayes
March (Book One)
by John Lewis
The Coldest Girl in Coldtown
by Holly Black
A vampire novel that doesn't suck!
The Bone Season
by Samantha Shannon
Zombie Baseball Beatdown
by Paulo Bacigalupi
The Truth About You & Me
by Amanda Grace
Graphic Novels
Will & Whit
by Laura Lee Gulledge
A story about shedding light
on the dark corners of life.
Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong
by Prudence Shen
Nerds, cheerleaders, chainsaws, robot death match--'nuff said.
Between the Devil
and the Deep Blue Sea
by April Genevieve Tucholke
by Ruth Baron
Not New for Fall...
But Totally Awesome!
Allegiant (#3)
arrives 10/22/13!
Trust no one.
Tell me, what is it you plan to do
With your one wild and precious life
Wise Young Fool by Sean Beaudoin
Angsty, raw, razor-sharp,
and genuinely hilarious.
Eat, Brains, Love
by Jeff Hart
The Taming of the Tights
by Louise Rennison
Boys, snogging and
bad acting guaranteed!
This Song Will Save Your Life
by Leila Sales
You think it's so easy to change yourself.
You think it's so easy, but it's not.
Juvie by
Steve Watkins
Being in the wrong place at
the wrong time can ruin your life.
Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock
by Matthew Quick
Inside the mind of a school shooter.
The Universe Versus Alex Woods
by Gavin Extence
1 brick of marijuana
+ 1 stolen car
+ 1 urn full of ashes
= not what you think
The Raven Boys
by Maggie Stiefvater
Psychics, ghosts, a mysterious quest, and private school boys mix in this dark, Southern Gothic series.
Who knew that a zombie apocalypse
could be so much fun?
She may be a dreamwalker, but is she any match for those who would use her power and destroy her?
by Victoria Lamb
What happens when your family arranges your marriage. . .
to your mortal enemy?
Six Months Later
by Natalie Richards
If you could go back in time,
what would you change?
Love in the Time
of Global Warming
by Francesca Lia Block
Homer’s Odyssey set in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles.
Searching for answers can
be very dangerous.
The Boy on the Bridge
by Natalie Standiford
When an American foreign exchange student falls for a cute Russian boy, two worlds collide.
What would you do with a relationship that could never work, but that you could not walk away from?
Fakebook: A True Story. Based on Actual Lies by Dave Cicirelli
How well do you really know
your Facebook friends?
Who can you really trust?
Romeo and Juliet
by Garet Hinds
Ender's Game
by Pasqual Ferry
Sci-fi legend Orson Scott Card's award-winning classic is brought to life in graphic novel format.
Echo was a simple town, until he arrived. How can you distrust someone you are so drawn to?
Lacey is the perfect girl for Jason, he can't go a day without chatting her up, too bad she died months ago.
How can you trust anyone when you can't remember anything yourself?
High school can difficult: homework, girls, the uncontrollable urge to eat human flesh...
Lovable ne'er-do-well Delilah Dirk is like a female Indiana Jones who travels in a flying boat, steals from the rich, and kicks @$$ and takes names.
Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant by Tony Cliff
Historical Fiction
A new twist on a classic tale.
Sometimes the truth is worse than all your nightmares.
A Monster Calls
by Patrick Ness
The 5th Wave
by Rick Yancey
The Waking Dark
by Robin Wasserman
Murder, mayhem, bloodlust, and mystery--a nihilistic chiller that shocks and terrifies.
Gris Grimly's
The original horror story.
Invasion by
Walter Dean Myers
War changes everything.
Rose Under Fire
by Elizabeth Wein
A daring female WWII pilot is captured by the enemy.
VIII by H. M. Castor
From handsome hero to murderous monarch.
The birth of the
civil rights movement.
Torn by
David Massey
A war thriller set in modern-day, battle-scarred Afghanistan.
To what lengths would you go to survive?
Hero by
Alethea Kontis
Disney Princesses ain't got nothing on the magical and fierce Woodcutter girls.
The next Hunger Games?
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