Fast Facts Title: Ace of Spades Author: Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé Publication date: June 1, 2021 Genre: Mystery/Thriller, Fiction, Drama, Romance Recommended for: 13+ Rating: [...]
Cameron grew up reading an Igbo book passed down from generation to generation in his family, one that told stories about a far away land, Chidani, that was separate from the world which he is in. But once Cameron gets pulled into this land, he and his friends must fight to find their way home.
In January of 2023, our teen council recorded an interview with Beaverton School District Librarian Jen Blair, who is a voracious reader of Young Adult Fiction. This is that interview.
Until the day she meets Sani. As a member of Navajo Nation, Sani walks into Moth’s life bearing the songs of his ancestors and an undeniable passion for music. Between Moth’s traumatic past and Sani’s abusive stepfather, the two can’t help but lean on each other-– forming a bond stronger than either of them have ever felt before.
Elise Dutton is not looking forward to another holiday season. She is alone and coming out of a difficult divorce. Out of the blue in November, a man approaches her in the mall food court with an idea. For the upcoming eight weeks until the night of December 24, the man suggests they pose as a couple. Oddly, Elise agrees and it changes her life.
Monroe Benson is a goddess touched girl who has powers that enable her to create flames from her fingertips. As she tries to escape her destiny, she is forced to make some tough decisions along the way.
Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries staff share their favorites of the year - everything from books to movies, games to podcasts. Browse our lists [...]
As we wrap up the year, staff members wanted to share the best children's books and other youth materials we discovered and delighted in this [...]
Pip decides to reinvestigate the most traumatic and haunting case Fairfield has ever seen, the murder-suicide of Andie Bell and Sal Singh from 5 years ago. She realizes that there is more to this case than meets the eye, but as she gets closer to the truth, she puts herself in danger.
All her life, Manu has been confined to her apartment; never allowed to go to school, attend parties, make friends, or even fall in love. Her mother has done everything to keep Manu hidden, not only from the U.S. government but from the entire world.