Books & Reading

Get it Together, Delilah by Erin Gough

Delilah Green is doing her best to deal with a chaotic life–she is running the family café because her father is on a vacation trying to get over his wife deserting him; she is getting flack at school because she is a lesbian, and one of the “in-girls” has started to come on to her, and she is hopelessly attracted to a girl named Rosa, who dances the flamingo outside the café every evening.

Grendel’s Guide to Love and War:  A Tale of Rivalry, Romance, and Existential Angst by A.E. Kaplan

When a local bully upsets the senior community by throwing wild parties, misfit Tom and his friend Ed take matters into their own hands.

Missing by Kelly Armstrong

After a chance encounter with an injured boy, Winter Crane questions if all the teenagers who left her town did so voluntarily.

Meg and Linus by Hanna Nowinski

Two nerdy best friends navigate high school, drama club, Star Trek fandom, and being gay.

Just a Girl by Carrie Mesrobian

When her divorced parents start living together again, Rianne finds herself questioning her future, her relationship with Luke, and why she’s gotten stuck with a bad reputation for doing the same exact things as guys without any judgment.