Dear April, we would just like to say thank you thank you thank you for all the new books.
4/2: Life Sucks by Michael Bennett and Sarah Bennet – A book for teens that shows readers that we all deal with crap in our lives and how to laugh at some of the things we can’t control.
4/2: Trouble Never Sleeps by Stephanie Tromly – Happily Ever After gets a serious makeover in this swoony, non-stop, thrill-ride of a conclusion to the Trouble Is a Friend of Mine trilogy. Now in paperback!
4/9: All for One by Melissa de la Cruz – In this dazzling finale to the trilogy that began with the New York Times bestselling Alex & Eliza: A Love Story, the curtain closes on the epic romance of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler.
4/9: This Book Is Not Yet Rated by Peter Bognanni – In this enormously funny, smart, and moving contemporary YA novel, fighting for the thing you love doesn’t always turn out like in the movies.
4/9: Things I’m Seeing Without You by Peter Bognanni – As funny as it is heartbreaking and completely unputdownable, Things I’m Seeing Without You shows us what it means to love someone, to lose someone, to wade through the beautiful/strange agony of the aftermath, and somehow love again. Now in paperback!
4/16: I Have Lost My Way by Gayle Foreman – A fateful accident draws three strangers together over the course of a single day. As the day progresses, their secrets start to unravel and they begin to understand that the way out of their own loss might just lie in helping the others out of theirs.
4/23: If I’m Being Honest by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka – Cameron Bright’s reputation can be summed up in one word: b*tch. It’s no surprise she’s queen bee at her private L.A. high school–she’s beautiful, talented, and notorious for her brutal honesty. But when she slips up in front of her crush, Andrew, any affection he may have had for her quickly fades. To win him over, Cameron resolves to “tame” herself, much like Shakespeare’s infamous shrew, Katherine.
4/23: Always Never Yours by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka – Megan Harper is the girl before. All her exes find their one true love right after dating her. It’s not a curse or anything, it’s just the way things are. and Megan refuses to waste time feeling sorry for herself. Instead, she focuses on pursuing her next fling, directing theater, and fulfilling her dream school’s acting requirement in the smallest role possible. But her plans quickly crumble when she’s cast as none other than Juliet–yes, that Juliet–in her high school’s production.
4/30: Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Dugan – A fresh and funny contemporary YA rom-com about teens working as costumed characters in a local amusement part.
4/30: When I Was Summer by J.B. Howard – A relatable novel about unrequited love, rock ‘n’ roll, and what you find when you go searching for yourself.