Shutter by Courtney Alameda
Available February 3, 2015 from Feiwel & Friends
As the last descendent of the Van Helsing line, Micheline has a lot to live up to. She’s a tetrachromat, able to see the auras of the undead on the prismatic spectrum, and known for her skill in capturing the undead on her analog SLR camera. She and her crew – Oliver, Jude, and Ryder – are the best, but when an exorcism goes awry, the four friends are infected with a deadly soulchain curse. Disobeying direct orders, the team sets out to track down the powerful entity that infected them. Labeled renegade agents and dodging their own families, the team must face the most dangerous foe they’ve ever encountered or they won’t survive the week. Shutter offers readers a strong heroine, nonstop action, a dash of romance, and plenty of bumps in the night.
Solitaire by Alice Oseman
Available March 1, 2015 from HarperTeen
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Tori Spring has a bad attitude. She knows it and she doesn’t especially care. She’s surrounded by people she doesn’t like and would much rather spend her time solo, blogging or sleeping. Enter Michael Holden, a cheerful transfer student who is annoyingly determined to be Tori’s friend, despite the fact that she is clearly uninterested. Things get marginally more interesting when a group of hackers calling themselves Solitaire begin executing elaborate pranks that shake things up at school. But, as the pranks begin curiously connection to Tori and taking on a dangerous edge, she finds herself reevaluating some things about herself and her relationships with others, especially Michael. This debut from Alice Oseman may have an unbelievable premise, but the characters and feelings are devastatingly real. Many readers will see themselves in Tori and cheer for her happy ending.
Ms. Rapscott's Girls by Elise Primavera
Available March 10, 2015 from Penguin
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Welcome to Ms. Rapscott’s School for the Daughters of Busy Parents, a place where you will learn everything your parents are too busy to teach you. Students arrive in convenient self-addressed boxes, the weather is always horrible (just as Ms. Rapscott likes it!), Lewis and Clark, her steadfast corgis, are always there to lend a hand, and Ms. Rapscott herself is full of valuable advice and wisdom. The girls will be taught important lessons, including getting lost on purpose and how to find their way. Readers will surely fall madly in love with Ms. Rapscott and her curious school… and perhaps crave a slice of birthday cake for breakfast.
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