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by Angelline Boulley.
When faced with a murder investigation and grave robbers, Perry Firekeeper-Birch takes matters into her own hands to make sure her tribe is treated fairly. Ages 14-18.
by Byron Graves
After the passing of his brother, Tre Brun feels immense pressure when the varsity basketball team takes him in. He feels he is representing his Ojibwe reservation on the court and off. Ages 13-18.
by Aislinn Brophy.
Half-Black witch Shay Johnson is cast as the lead in her school musical and must decide between exposing her predatory drama teacher and getting the scholarship she desperately needs.Ages 14+
by Mayra Cuevas and Marie Marquardt.
Neither Malena nor Ruby expected to be leaders of their high school's dress code rebellion. Meanwhile, the girls have to face their own insecurities and biases, as well as the ups and downs of their newfound friendship. Ages 14-18
by Adia, Jade
In order to stop the destructive forces of gentrification, three best friends use social media to create a fake gang and get justice for their South L.A. community. Ages 12-18
by Avila, Lorraine
Yolanda Alvarez is having a good year. She’s starting to feel at home Julia De Burgos High. She's confident her initiation into her family's bruja tradition will happen soon. Ages 14+View on CountyCat
by Don P. Hooper
When Gil, a Black teen from Brooklyn, struggles to fit in at his primarily white Manhattan prep school, he wages a clandestine war against the racist administration, parents, and students. Ages 12-18
by Suzanne Methot
This concise but broad-ranging work examines the lasting emotional and psychological impacts of colonization on Indigenous people in the U.S. and Canada.
by Jaha Nailah Avery
A collection of oral histories told by Black people who grew up in the South during the time of Jim Crow. Ages 12-18
by Dan Clay
Reeling from a family tragedy, seventeen-year-old Mark finds his escape in a purple, sequenced, puff-sleeved princess dress, which becomes an unexcepted outlet for his grief as well as a path towards love and self-expression. Ages 12-18