The fault in our stars by John Green — Sixteen-year old cancer patient Hazel's constant companion is an oxygen mask and a tank that she drags behind her in a backpack. Her parents force her to attend a kids-with-cancer support group where she meets Gus, a seventeen-year old high school basketball player and amputee who's there to support mutual friend, Isaac, suffering from eye cancer. They bond over their experiences with coping with cancer and they agree to read each other's favorite novels. And there, their journey begins. The book, The Fault in our Stars, will be in theaters starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort in June.
Heist society by Ally Carter
Death cloud by Andrew Lane
Down the rabbit hole: an Echo Falls mystery by Peter Abrahams
The mystery of the third Lucretia by Susan Runholt
The innocents by Lili Peloquin
Game by Barry Lyga
The Friday Society by Adrienne Kress
Blood trail by Nancy Springer
Conspiracies: fact or fiction? Some are believable, others stretch the outer limits of credulity. Which are which? You, the reader, decide.
The new hate: a history of fear and loathing on the populist right by Arthur Goldwag
63 documents the government doesn't want you to read by Jesse Ventura, with Dick Russ
Secret societies [videodisc]: the dark mysteries of power revealed by produced by Content Inc. and Imagen Satelital/Infinito Channel
- Obtain an activity log from the CYS Activity Center.
- Read each clue and search the library to find a picture of the animal described.
- Write down the name and location of each animal you find.
- Submit your completed sheet at the Command Center to be entered into a drawing. Don’t forget to claim your Animal Lover: On The Scene badge online, too!
Console wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the battle that defined a generation by Blake J. Harris ; foreword by Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg
The art of video games: from Pac-Man to Mass Effect by Chris Melissinos & Patrick O'Rourke
Extra lives: why video games matter by Tom Bissell
Historical mysteries let the reader be picked up and be transported to different times and places. A good story is a painless way to get into the period, and, if it features a unsolved crime or two, give a look at history’s darker underside.
The queen's head by Edward Marston
One corpse too many by Ellis Peters
Veil of lies: a medieval noir by Jeri Westerson
Wine of violence by Priscilla Royal
Death comes as epiphany by Sharan Newman
Are you looking to re-read some of the classics, or want some more time with your favorite characters? Try out a book that started as a novel and was adapted in graphic novel form!
Fahrenheit 451: the authorized adaptation by Tim Hamilton ; introduction by Ray Bradbury
A game of thrones: the graphic novel, volume 1 by George R.R. Martin ; adapted by Daniel Abraham ; art by Tommy Patterson ; colors by Ivan Nunes ; lettering by Marshall Dillon
Pride and prejudice and zombies: the graphic novel by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith ; adapted by Tony Lee ; illustrated by Cliff Richards
The Dresden files: storm front. Vol. 1. The gathering storm by based on the novel Storm Front by Jim Butcher ; adaptation, Mark Powers ; penciler, Ardian Syaf ; inker, Rick Ketcham ; colorist, Mohan ; letterer, Bill Tortolini
Marvel's the Avengers [videodisc] by Marvel Studios presents in association with Paramount Pictures, a Marvel Studios production ; written and directed by Joss Whedon
Superman returns [videodisc] by Warner Bros. Pictures presents in association with Legendary Pictures in association with Bad Hat Harry
Thor [videodisc)] by Paramount Pictures and Marvel Entertainment present ; a Marvel Studios production
The amazing Spider-Man [videodisc] by produced by Avi Arad, Laura Ziskin, Matt Tolmach ; screenplay by James Vanderbilt, Alvin Sargent, Steve Kloves ; directed by Marc Webb
Captain America. The first avenger [videodisc] by Paramount Pictures and Marvel Entertainment present ; a Marvel Studios production
Koko and Yum Yum mysteries by Lilian Jackson Braun
Cat in the stacks mystery by Miranda James
Pru Marlowe pet noir series by Clea Simon
Dulcie Schwartz feline mysteries by Clea Simon
No cooperation from the cat: a mystery by Marian Babson
Cats in trouble mysteries by Leann Sweeney
Mrs. Murphy series by Rita Mae Brown & Sneaky Pie Brown ; illustrated by Michael Gellatly
Canoeing Michigan rivers: a comprehensive guide to 45 rivers by text, Jerry Dennis ; original maps and photographs, Craig Date
The paddler's guide to Michigan by Jeff Counts
Michigan rivers less paddled: the rivers, the towns, the taverns by Doc Fletcher
Hiking Michigan by Roger E. Storm, Susan M. Wedzel
I am Maru by Mugumogu
Glamourpuss: the enchanting world of kitty wigs by Julie Jackson ; photographs by Jill Johnson
Henri, le chat noir: the existential musings of an angst -filled cat by William Braden
Grumpy cat: a grumpy book by Grumpy Cat
I can has cheezburger?: a LOLcat collekshun by Eric Nakagawa and Kari Unebasami
How to take over teh wurld: a LOLcat guide 2 winning by Professor Happycat and icanhascheezburger.com
So you've finished the Hunger Games, and you're looking for more tales of grim future days? Look no further...
Brave new world by Aldous Huxley
The stand by Stephen King
A canticle for Leibowitz by Walter M. Miller, Jr
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
The handmaid's tale by Margaret Atwood
The maze runner by James Dashner
Neuromancer by William Gibson
Do you geek out about technology, fantasy and science fiction? Each of these books features a healthy dose of nerd-culture reference and hidden humor for readers in-the-know.
Ready player one by Ernest Cline
Geektastic: stories from the nerd herd by edited by Holly Black and Cecil Castellucci
Soon I will be invincible by Austin Grossman
The brief wondrous life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz
JPod: a novel by Douglas Coupland
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
Never cry werewolf by Heather Davis
Blood and chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause
The frenzy by Francesca Lia Block
Once in a full moon by Ellen Schreiber
Tantalize by Cynthia Leitich Smith
Whispers at moonrise by C.C. Hunter