Teens Read Just for Tweens
Annotation:316 p. (Gr. 6-9) Isabel is sold to a cruel couple in Revolutionary New York City. Quickly she has to pick sides, possibly even the one she disagrees with, but may grant her freedom.
Annotation:276 p. (Gr 6-9) Molly, Reena and Alice are all sent to boarding school in Massachusetts by their father’s second wives. The girls form a club to take revenge on their wicked stepmothers but do two wrongs make a right?
Annotation:263 p. (Gr 6-9) Can Devon untangle her hilarious web of summer lies about being an A-list girl dating the hottest boy in school without losing friends and becoming a permanent social outcast?
Annotation:263 p. (Gr. 6-10) Connie and her best friend are on a mission to find her mom a husband, but will their scheming create real love connections or destroy their friendship?
Annotation:277 p. (Gr. 6-10) Being a seventh grade private eye has kept Matthew out of the shady activities at his school, but his next case will either win him the girl of his dreams or turn him into a complete social outcast.
Annotation:270 p. Thirteen-year-old Anna thinks of herself as "boring," but when she inherits a set of tarots cards and a reading indicates she will be with Declan, the school hottie, things really start to heat up.
Annotation:312 p. (Gr. 5-8) Nobody Owens (“Bod”) was left at a graveyard when he was a baby and raised by ghosts. The older he gets, the more he wants to explore outside the graveyard, but he doesn’t realize the dangers that have been lurking since he was a baby.
Annotation:208 p. (Gr. 6-9) Capricorn Anderson was raised on a commune, has long hippie hair, doesn’t have a clue about the “real world,” and doesn’t stand a chance at Claverage (aka C-Average) Middle School…or does he?
Annotation:227 p. (Gr. 7-9) Sparrow’s father is running for president, and she is campaigning along to help out. When the campaign strategists come up with a plan to look her look “All-American,” Sparrow has to take steps to be true to herself and set the paparazzi straight.
Annotation:273 p. (Gr. 7-8) Eighth Grader Steven Alper’s life changes from being about drums and girls to being about medical bills and chemotherapy when his little brother Jeffrey develops leukemia. How does he cope and make life worth living?
Annotation:431 p. (Gr. 7-9) Flora Fyrdraaca accidentally stumbles into trouble when she lets her family’s magical butler drain her will to maintaintheir 11,000 room mansion.