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by Monique Couvson ; illustrated by Amanda Jones.
Charisma, a Black high school student grappling with mounting pressures from home. Age 12-18chool, and when frustrations with her family intersect with a conflict at school, she reaches a crossroads, facing a choice that could change her future.
by Chelsey Furedi
When Ren Mittal is transported from a bus stop in 1996 to the year 2122, he discovers he is part of a time-travel program to help students in the future learn about history, though the tech conglomerate who brought him there may not be as benevolent as th
by Sona Charaipotra & Samira Ahmed
this breathtaking collection of South Asian folklore, legends and epics reimagines the stories of old for a modern audience, proving that magic has no borders. Age 15-18View on CountyCat
by Chasten Buttigieg
The young adult adaptation of the...candid memoir by the husband of former Democratic presidential candidate about growing up gay in his small Midwestern town. Age 12-18View on CountyCat
by Becky Albertalli
Pretending to be her queer best friend Lili's former girlfriend, heterosexual Imogen Scott spends a lot of time with Lili's friend Tessa and starts to wonder if her truth was ever all that straight to begin with.ge 15-18
by Edited by G. Haron-Davis
Embark on fourteen different adventures alongside unforgettable characters who embody many different genders and expressions and experiences--because magic is for everyone. Ages 12-18View on CountyCat
by Dan Nott
In this illustrated guide, learn how water, electricity and, the internet work, and how these systems will be used in the future. Ages 12-18.
by Aaron Duran.
The last bruja must keep her lineage’s magic and history safe. She is forced to grow up too fast as she fights against the church’s efforts to destroy her. Ages 13-18.
by Deborah Lee
In this beautifully illustrated graphic novel, Deborah (Jung-Jin) Lee struggles with a sense of “otherness” following her emigration from Korea. Ages 14-18.
by Mari Costa.
When Hawkins, the school mascot, removes her mask and gets the nerve to ask the head cheerleader to homecoming, she begins to see the cheerleader’s complicated past. Ages 14-18.