Junior Bestsellers - Whickham Library

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JUNE - TEENS
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The Switch Up by Katy Cannon

LAX Departure Lounge. Two girls board the same flight to London as complete strangers. When the plane touches down, it's the beginning of the craziest plan ever. Can Willa and Alice really swap lives for the summer?
I Am Not a Number by Lisa Heathfield

Ever since the Traditional Party came to power, things have been getting worse. Fifteen year old Ruby and her family find themselves taken to a   prison camp far from home. Each person is allocated a number, Ruby is number 276. Forced into hard labour and with friends and family going   missing every day, Ruby knows she has to escape.
The Safest Lies by Megan Miranda

Kelsey has been raised to see danger everywhere. Kelsey knows she's supposed to keep a low profile, but that plan is shattered when her dramatic car accident and rescue sparks media coverage. A few days later, she arrives home to find her mother missing.
The Paper and Hearts Society by Lucy Powrie

Tabby Brown is tired of trying to fit in with her classmates. She doesn't want to go to parties at the weekend, she would much rather snuggle up on the sofa with her favourite book. It's like she hasn't found her people. That is  until she moves to a new town where a book club, is recruiting.
How to be Luminous by Harriet R Hapgood

When 17-year-old Minnie Sloe's mother disappears, so does her ability to see colour. How can young artist Minnie create when all she sees is black and white? Will her mysterious ailment and grief stop her from becoming a famous artist?
The Boxer by Nikesh Shukla

Told over the course of the ten rounds of his first fight, this is the story of amateur boxer Sunny. A 17 year old feeling isolated and disconnected in the city he's just moved to, Sunny joins a boxing club to learn to protect himself after a racist attack.
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