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Short teasers for all new releases that kids won't be able to resist, prepared by library professionals.

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Eight Keys

By: Suzanne LaFleur

BOOK TALK
 
Starting middle school can be tough even if everything goes your way, but for Elise, nothing is right from the first day.  She is bullied by her locker partner, embarrassed...

Eighth Grade Is Making Me Sick

By: Jennifer L. Holm
illustrated by: Elicia Castaldi

BOOK TALK
Ginny has big plans for eighth grade, and none of them involve her stepdad losing his job or a new baby on the way.  She's going to try out for cheerleading, join the Virtual Vampire Vixens,...

The Emerald Atlas

By: John Stephens

Book Talk
Three ancient lost books of magic, and three abandoned children wandering from one orphanage to another… what could they possibly have in common? Kate has only a vague memory of the night...


Emily and Jackson Hiding Out

By: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

BOOK TALK
Emily and Jackson have finally arrived at Emily’s Aunt Hilda’s farm where they plan to live a quiet life away from child-catching men and Emily’s mean Uncle Victor.  Emily and Jackson...

Empire of Ruins: The Hunchback Assignments 3

By: Arthur Slade

BOOK TALK
 
Modo is back with a task that just might drive him mad.  His next assignment?  To venture deep into the heart of the Australian jungle and find ancient Egyptian ruins.  Modo,...

The Enchantress

By: Michael Scott

BOOK TALK

Josh and Sophie, traveling through a powerful leygate 10,000 years into the past with the immortals John Dee and Virginia Dare, are immediately faced with the startling revelation...


Eragon

By: Christopher Paolini

BOOK TALK
Have you ever wondered if dragons were real? If they really could fly and breathe fire from their noses? When you meet Saphira, a beautiful, flying dragon who communicates with her master...

Every Day

By: David Levithan

BOOK TALK
He calls himself “A”.  Each morning he awakens in a different body and does his best to figure out how to behave so as not to cause harm to that person’s relationships.  Relationships…...

Every You, Every Me

By: David Levithan
photographs by: Jonathan Farmer

BOOK TALK
 
Evan thought he was dealing with the loss of Ariel, his best friend, the best he could. Despite the lack of sleep and guilty conscience at least he had Jack, Ariel’s boyfriend,...


Exposed

By: Kimberly Marcus

Book Talk
Kate and Liz have been best friends forever and as far as they know nothing will ever change that. But all of a sudden, Kate starts avoiding Liz.  She’s not answering Liz’s phone calls,...

Extraordinary*

By: Adam Selzer

BOOK TALK
 
Most people would love to have a fairy godmother show up one day and grant them three wishes… right?  Senior Jennifer Van Der Berg’s fairy godfather turns out to be more...