Meredith, Queen's Square | April 1, 2016
Spring has sprung, which means it’s time for rainy days, blooming flowers, and warmer temperatures (…eventually)
If you’re already feeling in the mood for all things spring, why not kick off the season with a good book?
Feeling romantic? Cuddle in with heartwarming reads like Love & Other Theories by Alexis Bass, The Anatomical Shape of a Heart by Jenn Bennett, Fan Art by Sarah Tregay, or The Promise of Amazing (and its follow-up The Secrets of Attraction) by Robin Constantine.
Murder and mystery more your thing? Try A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro for a modern-day take on Sherlock Holmes, and Take the Fall by Emily Hainsworth for a girl’s quest to solve her best friend's murder. Or, go back in time with the Orca Secrets Series – seven linked mysteries you can read in any order!
Spring too bright and cheerful for your tastes? The Dark Days Club by Alison Goodman will take you deep into Regency London and the world of demon-hunters. Fonda Lee’s Zeroboxer brings boxing and science fiction together through an interplanetary sporting event with underlying criminal secrets. In Forget Tomorrow by Pintip Dunn, one girl’s murderous vision of the future leads to a prison break and a run from the government. And in Jake Halpern and Peter Kujawinski’s Nightfall, three kids get left behind on an island where night holds far more terror than just the dark.
Whatever your interests, Idea Exchange has spring reads of all kinds. You can check out tons of other suggestions in our Recommend Reads section. Or, see the newest teen releases in eBooks and Digital Audiobooks from downloadLibrary!