My Library Card: Top 10 spring reads for teens available at the Abington Community Library

My Library Card - Sandy Longo | February 27th, 2017 3:53 pm

Teens: Check out some of these top picks this spring from the shelves of the Abington Community Library.

• “Agent of Chaos” by Kami Garcia

In the spring of 1979, 17-year-old Fox Mulder is the new senior in high school – his father’s way of trying to help the family move on after the disappearance of Mulder’s little sister.

“A Court of Mist and Fury” by Sarah J. Maas (Sequel to “A Court of Thorns and Roses”)

Feyre survived Amarantha’s clutches to return to the Spring Court, but at a steep cost. Though she now has the powers of the High Fae, her heart remains human, and it can’t forget the terrible deeds she performed to save Tamlin’s people.

• “Dangerous Girls” by Abigail Haas

While on spring break in Aruba, a young girl is accused of her best friend’s death and must stand trial for murder in a foreign country.

• “Devil’s Advocate” by Jonathan Maberry

In the spring of 1979, 15-year-old Dana Scully is the new girl at school in Craiger, Maryland. When a classmate who recently died in a car accident appears in Dana’s dreams, which are often haunted by a shadowy figure, she begins to investigate, uncovering more suspicious deaths.

“Frost Like Night” by Sara Raasch (series)

Meira will do anything to save her world. She desperately needs to learn to control her own magic, and when the leader of a mysterious Order from Paisly offers to teach her, she jumps at the chance.

“The Golden Lily: A Bloodlines Novel” by Richelle Mead

Alchemist Sydney must protect the vampires-in-hiding from the threat of other humans, a task made harder by forbidden romances, unexpected spirit bonds and the threat of Strigoi moving ever closer.

“The Kissing Booth” by Beth Reekles

Meet Rochelle “Elle” Evans: pretty, popular and never been kissed. Meet Noah Flynn: volatile and a total player. When Elle decides to run a kissing booth at her school’s Spring Carnival, she locks lips with Noah and her life is turned upside down.

• “Naruto” by Masashi Kishimoto (series)

In the village of Konohagakure, school is literally a battlefield where classmates are ninjas in training competing to become the greatest ninja in the land.

• “Rebel Spring” by Morgan Rhodes

When the evil King Gaius announces a road is to be built into the Forbidden Mountains, formally linking all of Mytica together, he sets off a chain of events that will forever change the face of this land.

• “Unbroken: A Ruined Novel” by Paula Morris

Returning to New Orleans for spring break, 16-year-old Rebecca finds herself embroiled in another murder mystery from more than a century ago, when she meets the ghost of a troubled boy.

This sequel to ‘A Court of Thorns and Roses,’ recommended for teens, is available at the Abington Community Library. sequel to ‘A Court of Thorns and Roses,’ recommended for teens, is available at the Abington Community Library.

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Sandy Longo

Sandy Longo is head of public services and assistant director at the Abington Community Library. Reach the Abington Journal newsroom at 570-587-1148 or