- Sequins, Secrets and Silver Linings by Sophia Bennett (The Chicken House, 1/1/11)
- Subject Seven by James A. Moore (Razorbill, 1/25/11)
- Stolen Nights (Vampire Queen, Book #2) by Rebecca Maizel (St. Martin's Griffin, 3/15/11)
- Sleeping Beauty Vampire Slayer by Maureen McGowan (Silver Dolphin Books, 4/1/11 - Cover change from initial release in 2010)
- So Much Closer by Susane Colasanti (Viking Juvenile, 5/3/11)
- Shift (Shade, Book #2) by Jeri Smith Ready (Simon Pulse, 5/3/11)
- You'll Like It Here (Everybody Does) by Ruth White (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, 6/14/11)
- Paper Covers Rock by Jenny Hubbard (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, 6/14/11)
- Always A Witch (Witch, Book #2) by Carolyn MacCullogh (Clarion Books, 8/1/11)
- Sign Language by Amy Ackley (Viking Juvenile, 8/18/11)
*Cover + Title Change*
- Enclave (Formerly known as Razorland) by Ann Aguirre (Feiwel & Friends, 4/12/11)
(I'll be including a book from the past with this post. I want to feature books that are no longer heard of that still deserve a voice.)
Chloe Doe by Suzanne Phillips
Reading Level: Young Adult
Release Date: October 1, 2008
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
I'm still two girls living inside one skin...
My soft center is the Chloe I was born to be;
the outer shell, as thick as armor, is the girl
I was forced to become.
The place they send seventeen-year-old Chloe Doe is better than where she was. Better than the streets, or so she's told. The Madeline Parker Institute for Girls is the place that can change her-- that is, if she can let go of the past that has nearly destroyed her. Inspiring in her ability to overcome, Chloe Doe is poised to show the power of perseverance and, above all, hope.
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