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Cassie Clark outlaw

by Brian Falkner

Cassie has survived a hit and run but now, just out of hospital, she hears her father has disappeared - supposedly run off with a news reporter. As a senior congressman and Speaker of the House, her father is an important player in the tense world of American politics. Cassie knows he would not walk away from his career or his family and she is determined to find out what really happened. But there are bigger players who are equally determined she doesn't, and she no longer has a security detail ... I am outside the law. And I'm coming for you. In the high-stakes world of politics and business, who can she trust? 


The burningmarchteenburning

by Brin Murray (Children of the furnace # 1)

Under the iron rule of the Revelayshun, one boy discovers the truth…'Ty promised my ma he'd bring me up right. Bring him up to hear the rhythm beat, she said, and to feel the heartsblood warm. Not Strong - not in their way - but strong in the ways of the heart.' When the Revelayshun murders his pa, Wil discovers through savage inquisition that he's marked as a Heater, one of the old-time heretics who burned up the world. But Wil holds the key to a secret. Sekkerland's Shame, the Atrocity, is a great lie - and the Revelayshun will use fire, blood and death to hide the truth.



Follow after me : look up, and swear by the green of the spring that you'll never forget

by Allison Marlow Paterson

Two young women, a century apart, are mysteriously connected by a tiny key. Will they discover who they are and where their hearts belong? An intriguing tale of serendipity, hidden stories and invisible bonds stretching across time.



Helen and the Go-go Ninjasmarchteenninja

by Anthony Sang

Kidnapped by time-travelling ninjas, Helen is thrust into the year 2355 - a ruined future with roving gangs and 'Peace Balls', giant humming devices that enslave and control people's minds. The Go-Go Ninjas have one goal- to destroy the Peace Balls. They believe that Helen knows how. Can Helen use her knowledge of the past to help them save the future?


marchteentillyTilly Maguire and the royal wedding mess

by Emma Grey

Aspiring writer, 18-year-old Tilly Maguire, is a totally reformed ex-superfan of British boyband singer, Reuben Vaughan. Yeah, she was going to marry him when she was thirteen, but that fangirl phase is way in her past now, along with an unfortunate side ponytail and a weird obsession with galaxy leggings - ugh. Cringe! When her writing wins Tilly a six-week internship at a top London PR firm, she doesn't expect to stumble from a long-haul flight straight into an A-list debacle of her own making, but these things happen. She proves to the entire world that jet lag and social media definitely don't mix. 


Teen Non-Fiction


Making it up : makeup minus the rules

by Nicole Thompson

Making It Up is a visually stunning, 'must have' beauty/makeup 'bible' for not just the avid makeup and beauty followers (aka 'junkies') but an essential tool for the makeup and beauty 'novice'. This book embraces diversity and experimentation but is filled with beautiful images the reader can relate to. Regardless of gender, race or age, Nicole encourages you to experiment after all, make up wipes off!


Updated 04/03/2019