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Words on Bathroom Walls.
by Walton, Julia.
Diagnosed with severe schizophrenia that causes him to see and hear people in his head, Adam begins a drug trial to help with his hallucinations but wants to hide this from the girl he is falling in love with.View on CountyCat
Almost adulting : all you need to know to get it together (sort of).
by Rose, Arden.
A social media celebrity and lifestyle vlogger explains how to survive future adulthood, from how to travel alone to being in an actual relationship.View on CountyCat
by Bobulski, Chelsea
After her father's disappearance, Winter takes over guardianship of the now-sinister magical wood behind her house where time travelers sometimes get lost.View on CountyCat
by Lu, Marie
After hacking into the Warcross Championships' opening game to track illegal betting, bounty hunter Emika Chen is asked by the game's creator to go undercover to investigate a security problem, and she uncovers a sinister plot.View on CountyCat
Landscape With Invisible Hand
by Anderson, M.T.
When jobs typically done by humans are replaced with alien technology, Adam's parents have no money to live which forces Adam and his girlfriend to get creative.View on CountyCat
You Don't Know Me but I Know You
by Barrow, Rebecca
Ignoring a letter written years earlier by her biological mother, Audrey attempts to fill in the missing pieces of her life until an unexpected pregnancy compels her to learn the truth about the history.View on CountyCat
Alexander Hamilton, Revolutionary
by Brockenbrough, Martha
An illustrated portrait of the Founding Father and first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury that describes his life experiences.View on CountyCat
by Walter Dean Myers; illustrations by Christopher Myers
While on trial as an accomplice to a murder, sixteen-year-old Steve Harmon records his experiences in prison and in the courtroom in the form of a film script as he tries to come to terms with the course his life has taken.View on CountyCat