The Fates Divide by Veronica Roth
The sequel to the bestselling Carve the Mark, The Fates Divide follows Cyra and Akos who are confined by their futures, which were determined at birth. Despite these prophecies and the ominous feeling that his death is creeping ever nearer, Akos finds himself falling in love with Cyra. Together, the two resolve to stop the barbarian Lazmet’s war . . . even if Cyra has to kill a man who may be her father.
Find it in the library at J/TEEN/ROT or click here to reserve a copy.

I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sanchez
Julia is everything a perfect Mexican daughter shouldn’t be: a girl who wants to move away from her family and go to college. Olga had always been the perfect Mexican daughter, but after she dies in a tragic accident, Julia becomes the target for her mother’s grief. That is, until Julia finds out that Olga may not have been as perfect as she appeared to be.
Find it in the library at J/TEEN/SAN or J/TEEN/CD/SAN or click here to reserve a copy.

Love & War: an Alex & Eliza Story by Melissa de la Cruz
Newlyweds Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler are forced to test the strength of their marriage as the Revolutionary War rages on. Alex is General Washington’s right-hand man, which means Alex has responsibilities that tear him away from his wife. Additionally, jealousy and family drama threatens to strain Alex and Eliza’s relationship even further.
Find it in the library at J/TEEN/DEL or J/TEEN/CD/DEL or click here to reserve a copy.

I Have Lost My Way by Gayle Forman
Three strangers are drawn together by chance after an accident. Freya loses her voice during recording for her debut album, Harun plans to flee from everyone he loves, and Nathaniel steps foot in New York City with nothing but a backpack and a plan. As the three begin to unravel the others’ secrets, they realize that their own losses may be healed by helping each other.
Find it in the library at FIC/FOR or click here to reserve a copy.

“All the Money in the World”
Based on a true story, Michelle Williams stars as the mother of her kidnapped son, John. She must persuade John’s billionaire grandfather to pay the ransom to the Mafia group behind the kidnapping, but the wealthy grandfather proves difficult to convince.
Find it in the library at DVD/ALL or click here to reserve a copy.

“The Greatest Showman”
Hugh Jackman stars as P.T. Barnum in this captivating film with spectacular musical numbers written by “Dear Evan Hansen” lyricists Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. A heartwarming, tear-jerker story about the creation of the circus, it is not a movie to be missed.
Find it in the library at DVD/GRE or BLUE/GRE or click here to reserve a copy.

“The Post”
Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks star in this Oscar-nominated film about the Washington Post’s struggle to decide whether or not to publish the Pentagon Papers, classified documents about the Vietnam War.
Find it in the library at DVD/POS or BLU/POS or click here to reserve a copy.

Kate Foley also blogs at themagicviolinist.blogspot.com.

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