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Kiera Johnson is an honors student, a math tutor, and one of the few Black kids at Jefferson Academy. At home, she joins hundreds of thousands of Black gamers, who duel worldwide as Nubian personas in the secret multiplayer online role-playing card game, SLAY. When a teen in Kansas City is murdered over a dispute in the SLAY world, the game is labeled a racist, exclusionist, violent hub for thugs and criminals. No one knows Kiera is the game developer-- until an anonymous troll infiltrates the game, threatening to sue Kiera for "anti-white discrimination." Can she protect her game without losing herself in the process?
The Dead Queens Club
The Dead Queens Club by
Moving from Cleveland to Lancaster, Indiana, Annie Marck transformed into teenage royalty by entering Lancaster High on the arm of Henry, the king of the school. He's the jock, the genius and the brooding bad boy all in one. Which sort of explains why he's on his sixth girlfriend in two years. What it doesn't explain is why two of them are dead. Annie is determined to find out what really happened to Lancaster's dead queens-- ideally before history repeats itself.
Flying Lessons & Other Stories
Flying Lessons and Other Stories by
From basketball dreams and family fiascos to first crushes and new neighborhoods, this anthology, written by award-winning children's authors, celebrates the uniqueness and universality in all of us.
A Danger to Herself and Others
A Danger to Herself and Others by
Four walls. One window. No way to escape. Hannah knows there's been a mistake. She doesn't need to be institutionalized. What happened to her roommate at that summer program was an accident. As soon as the doctors and judge figure out that she isn't a danger to herself or others, she can go home to start her senior year. Those college applications aren't going to write themselves. Until then, she's determined to win over the staff and earn some privileges so she doesn't lose her mind to boredom. Then Lucy arrives. Lucy has her own baggage, and she's the perfect project to keep Hannah's focus off all she is missing at home. But Lucy may be the one person who can get Hannah to confront the secrets she's avoiding--and the dangerous games that landed her in confinement in the first place.
We Regret To Inform You
We Regret to Inform You by
Mischa Abramavicius is a walking, talking, top-scoring, perfectly well-rounded college application in human form. When all of her college applications are rejected-- even her safety school-- she is shocked and devastated. Grappling with the prospect of an uncertain future, she begins to believe that her transcript was hacked. With the help of her best friend and sometimes crush, Nate, and a group of eccentric techies known as "The Ophelia Syndicate," Mischa launches an investigation that will shake the quiet community of Blanchard Prep to its stately brick foundations.