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Young adult authors often find inspiration in classic literature. Three recent young adult novels explore the suspenseful tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde which was first explored in Robert Louis Stevenson's novel. The novel explains the strange case of how Dr. Jekyll's experiments led him to develop another side to his personality in the form of Mr. Hyde.
Today marks the official start of spring. Celebrate with one of these young adult novels.
Bright Young Things by Anna Godbersen
Are you a fan of The Hunger Games? Cannot wait until the movie comes out this Friday? Here are some other library materials for you.
Buried: A Goth Girl Mystery by Linda Joy Singleton
As I Wake by Elizabeth Scott
Not quite a true dystopian but an intriguing book for fans of The Hunger Games.
These sequels and series titles are now on order. Click on the book cover to be taken to the catalog record. Once there click on "Request It" to place your hold.
The fifth book in the Gallagher Series Out of Sight, Out of Time was released yesterday. Regular readers of this blog might have seen the compilation of tweets of my reading reactions. If you are on the hold list for the new book or have already read it, here are some other reading suggestions.
Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter
The fifth book in the Gallagher Girls series came out today. I bought it right when Anderson's Book Shop opened and spent my morning reading. I tweeted my reactions while reading on the library's Twitter account. If you don't have Twitter, don't worry. You can read the tweets here!
The Traitor in the Tunnel by Y.S. Lee
Truth by Julia Karr
This book is the sequel to XVI. This review might give away things from the first book. Please stop reading if you don't want to be spoiled.