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Overcoming Addiction

Check out these inspirational stories from people who have hit rock bottom and lived to tell the tale.

Broken: my story of addiction and redemption by William Cope Moyers with Katherine Ketcham

Fall to pieces: a memoir of drugs, rock 'n' roll, and mental illness by Mary Forsberg Weiland

Guts: the endless follies and tiny triumphs of a giant disaster by Kristen Johnston

Kids Fiction About Nature

Hoot by Carl Hiaasen

Island trilogy by Gordon Korman

A week in the woods by Andrew Clements

Eye of the storm by Kate Messner

Steampunk for Teens

Enjoy steampunk? Try these books out:

Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

Cinder by written by Marissa Meyer

Clockwork angel by Cassandra Clare

Airborn by Kenneth Oppel

Quick, Upbeat Reads

Looking for something quick that'll make you smile? Check these out:

Worst enemies/best friends by Annie Bryant

Sideways stories from Wayside School by Louis Sachar ; illustrated by Dennis Hockerman

The case of the missing marquess by Nancy Springer

Healthy Kids

Active kids by Kathryn Smithyman & Bobbie Kalman ; photographs by Marc Crabtree

Be healthy! it's a girl thing: food fitness and feeling great by Mavis Jukes, Lilian Cheung

Exercising for good health by Shirley W.

Sports Fiction for Teens

Here's some great sports books for teens:

Gym candy by Carl Deuker

Athletic shorts: six short stories by Chris Crutcher

Hoops of steel by John Foley

Kick by Walter Dean Myers, Ross Workman

Warriors Skyclan and the Stranger

warrior skyclanAre you looking to Go Wild reading this summer? If so, be sure to browse our New Book Shelf for the most recent title in the Warriors Graphic Novel Series. These books will take you on an adventure of epic-sized hairball proportions! The cats are waiting, check them out new before they run away.

Tweens Conquer the World

From evil masterminds to enthusiastic minions, wicked plots and the ordinary people who fight against them, conquer one of these reads this summer.

Cold cereal by Adam Rex

Despicable me [videodisc] by Universal Pictures presents a Chris Meledandri production

Whales on stilts by M.T. Anderson; illustrations by Kurt Cyrus