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Summer Time

Summer vacation is here and we have the books to make your summer awesome. Whether you're looking for a summer job, want to get your bike ready for an epic ride, or just want to read a great book in the shade, this list has a book for you. And don't forget to sign up for Summer Reading at your local library!


Two-way Street
Two-way Street

Taking a road-trip with your ex-boyfriend is not the ideal way to begin the summer. For Courtney, however, it was the reality. Courtney always felt that Jordan dumped her for the typical guy reasons, but spending that many hours in a car provides some interesting conclusions and the realization that things are not always as simple as they look.


The Summer of No Regrets
The Summer of No Regrets

Birgitta%u2019s new crush looks exactly like teen heartthrob and Hollywood bad boy Trent Yves. He just looks like him right? But this Luke is sweet, funny, and caring%u2014he%u2019s the kind of person who Birgitta can be herself around. But can he be himself around her?


The Star Shack
The Star Shack

Annabelle and Pete are the perfect couple, but this summer will put them both to the test. Dealing with the problems associated with a long term relationship would be enough to destroy most couples but Annabelle is also obsessed with astrology, and Pete feels that it holds no truth! Can Pete and Annabelle put their problems aside?


Holy Spokes! : a Biking Bible for Everyone
Holy Spokes! : a Biking Bible for Everyone

Provides an introduction to bicycles and bicycling and includes a history of bicycles, advice on choosing a bicycle, and tips on bicycle maintenance and safety.


Keeping The Moon
Keeping The Moon

Fifteen-year-old Colie, has been shipped off by her fitness-guru mother to spend the summer with her overweight and unconventional Aunt Mira. Colie, who has also struggled with her weight, gets a job at the town's beach side restaurant where she meets new people, begins a summer romance and most importantly begins a journey of self-discovery.


Summer On the Moon
Summer On the Moon

When Socko's mother decides that they're fleeing their inner-city neighborhood for the suburbs, he's less than thrilled. But when he finds himself babysitting his cranky, elderly, wheelchair-bound great-grandfather in exchange for living in the only house in a dusty, lonely development, things go from bad to worse.


The Teen's Ultimate Guide To Making Money When You Can't Get a Job
The Teen's Ultimate Guide To Making Money When You Can't Get a Job

Need ideas on how you can make money when either you're too young to get a job or there are no jobs out there for you? This book has practical and creative ideas beyond lemonade stands to help fill your piggy bank.


The Summer I Turned Pretty
The Summer I Turned Pretty

Everything happens to Belly in the summer. This summer she is turning 16 and is beginning to notice the growing effect she now has on boys.


The Disenchantments
The Disenchantments

Colby and Bev graduate high school and spend the summer touring with her band The Disenchantments. But what does it mean when she says she%u2019s going to college after the tour ends when the best friends (maybe more than best friends) swore they%u2019d be traveling Europe the next year together?


Twenty Boy Summer
Twenty Boy Summer

Anna%u2019s best friend Frankie is convinced that twenty days in Zanzibar Bay, and meeting one boy a day, will ensure that they will find their perfect summer fling. Anna agrees to go along with Frankie%u2019s plan, but she%u2019s hiding a secret%u2014she already had her perfect summer romance one year ago with Frankie%u2019s brother Matt, just before his tragic death. This is a novel that explores the bonds of friendship and first loves.


Pilgrims Don't Wear Pink
Pilgrims Don't Wear Pink

During a summer internship at a living history museum in Maine, fashion-conscious Libby runs afoul of her roommate, investigates a haunted ship, and seeks a romantic hero like those in the historical novels she loves.


Same Difference
Same Difference

Feeling left out since her long-time best friend started a serious relationship, sixteen-year-old Emily looks forward to a summer program at the Philadelphia College of Art but is not sure she is up to the challenges to be faced there, including finding herself and learning to balance life and art.