Fool me twice : a novel /
By Lindsay, Jeffry P.,
"A masterful thief plots an impossible crime in Book 2 of the Riley Wolfe series"--

The magic fish /
By Trung, Le Nguyen,
Ages 12 and up.Grades 7-9."Real life isn't a fairytale. But Tié̂n still enjoys reading his favorite stories with his parents from the books he borrows from the local library. It's hard enough trying to communicate with your parents as a kid, but for Tié̂n, he doesn't even have the right words because his parents are struggling with their English. Is there a Vietnamese word for what he's going through? Is there a way to tell them he's gay?"--

The brightest night /
By Armentrout, Jennifer L.,
"Less than a year ago, Evelyn Dasher was a normal girl, living a safe, rather unremarkable life--a life that was a total lie. Now she's learned the truth about who she was and what she is. Hidden within Zone 3, she knows that if she loses control of her dangerous abilities again, she not only puts everyone in the secret community at risk, but also the beautiful, deadly inhuman Luc. He will do anything to keep her safe. Lie. Barter. Beg. Kill. But there are truths that not even Luc can prepare for, and as Evie's abilities evolve, the consequences of everything he's done turn devastating. Luc is stepping into the darkness. But Evie might already be lost to the shadows"--

The deceivers /
By Haddix, Margaret Peterson,
Told from separate viewpoints, as Finn, Emma, and Chess Greystone and Natalie Mayhew, ages eight to thirteen, continue their quest to rescue their mothers they must return to the alternate dimension where truth is illegal.Ages 8-12.Grades 4-6.

Spy school revolution : a Spy school novel /
By Gibbs, Stuart,
Ages 8 to 12.Grades 4-6.With SPYDER apparently defeated, thirteen-year-old Benjamin Ripley is hoping for some peace at spy school, but when the CIA conference room next to where Ben and Alexander are trying to explain everything to Ben's parents (no easy task) is blown up, suspicion falls on fellow trainee (and secret crush) Erica.

How the king of Elfhame learned to hate stories /
By Black, Holly,
Ages 14 and up.Cardan Greenbriar, High King of Elfhame, visits the mortal world to face the troll woman, Aslog of the West.Before he was a cruel prince or a wicked king, Cardan was a faerie child with a heart of stone...and a wicked tongue. Born into a family overburdened with heirs, nourished on cat milk and contempt, perhaps it's no surprise he turned out the way he did. This is the story of Elfhame's enigmatic high king, Cardan-- and his visits the mortal world to face the troll woman, Aslog of the West-- told wholly from Cardan's perspective. -- adapted from jacket (front flap and back cover)

Becoming Muhammad Ali : a novel /
By Patterson, James,
A biographical novel tells the story of Cassius Clay, the determined boy who would one day become Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest boxers of all timeIncludes bibliographical references (pages 307-308)

The Fowl twins : deny all charges /
By Colfer, Eoin,
Taking the Fowl jet without permission before it mysteriously explodes over Florida, the Fowl twins are placed under house arrest until Myles's questions about what really happened lead to an astonishing abduction.

A wolf called Wander /
By Parry, Rosanne,
"A young wolf cub, separated from his pack, journeys 1000 miles across the Pacific Northwest, dealing with forest fires, hunters, highways, and hunger before finding a new home. Based on the true story of a wolf called OR-7"--Includes bibliographical references (pages [240]-[241]).

The ballad of Tubs Marshfield /
By Hoffman, Cara,
There's no other place Tubs Marshfield would rather be than singing a song in his perfect little swamp along the Louisiana bayou. His music can make anyone feel happy. But something terrible is happening within the swamp that even Tubs' songs can't fix--and it's making his neighbors feel sick! No one knows what to do, least of all Tubs. A mysterious prophecy may hold the key...or send Tubs away from his friends forever.--