Book List, Genre Feature

Scholastic Extravaganza!

Do you miss the days of the school book fair? Then check out all of our Scholastic recommendations to make your own book fair! Each book cover links to the page on our website for purchase and is followed by my blurb and the publisher’s description!

Dragon Girls by Maddy Mara

Dragons, a magic forest, and three awesome girls that find out they are Glitter Dragon protectors? Um, yes please! A fun, magical adventure that will enchant both kids and parents alike, DRAGON GIRLS is one the most kids save the world awesomeness stories that will make you want to roar right along with Azmina, Willa, and Naomi. Destined to be a favorite on my shelf you won’t want to miss this series!

Dragon Girls is a super collectible new series that celebrates the inner fire of everyday girls. We are Dragon Girls, hear us roar!Azmina, Willa, and Naomi are thrilled to learn they’re Glitter Dragon Girls. Summoned to the Magic Forest by its magnificent ruler, the Tree Queen, the girls quickly find out their dragon-selves have unbelievable abilities. They can soar above the treetops, breathe glitter-y bursts of fire, and roar loud enough to shake the ground. With this newfound magic comes a big responsibility, however. As Dragon Girls, they are sworn protectors of the forest and must help keep it safe from the troublesome Shadow Sprites, who are determined to take the forest’s magic for their own.

Last Gate of the Emperor by Kwame Mbalia

This is a wild, high-octane adventure that’ll keep your heart pounding all the way through. Yared is one of those characters you love instantly and his relationship with Besa and the Ibis are wonderful to read. A space war, a secret destiny, and one normal kid who may not be so normal collide in LAST GATE OF THE EMPEROR, a story you will never want to stop reading and will leave you salivating for the next book in this amazing series!

From Kwame Mbalia and Prince Joel David Makonnen comes an Afrofuturist adventure about a mythical Ethiopian empire. Sci-fi and fantasy combine in this epic journey to the stars.

Yared Heywat lives an isolated life in Addis Prime — a hardscrabble city with rundown tech, lots of rules, and not much to do. His worrywart Uncle Moti and bionic lioness Besa are his only family… and his only friends.

Often in trouble for his thrill-seeking antics and smart mouth, those same qualities make Yared a star player of the underground augmented reality game, The Hunt for Kaleb’s Obelisk. But when a change in the game rules prompts Yared to log in with his real name, it triggers an attack that rocks the city. In the chaos, Uncle Moti disappears.

Suddenly, all the stories Yared’s uncle told him as a young boy are coming to life, of kingdoms in the sky and city-razing monsters. And somehow Yared is at the center of them.

Together with Besa and the Ibis — a game rival turned reluctant ally — Yared must search for his uncle… and answers to his place in a forgotten, galaxy-spanning war.

One Small Hop by Madelyn Rosenberg

A mad cap, zany, yet poignant adventure about friendship, science, and hope, ONE SMALL HOP is a story you can’t help but smile all the way through. Dealing with issues of climate change, endangered species, pollution and our own involvement in all of it, this is a coming-of-age story wrapped up in an eco-fiction rescue story that will have you cheering Ahab and his friends on as they rush to save the last bullfrog and show that saving the world can begin with anyone taking just one small step.

Perfect for fans of Carl Hiaasen’s classic Hoot, this humorous adventure story set in a not-so-distant future celebrates the important differences we can make with small, brave acts.When Ahab and his friends find a bullfrog in their town — a real, live bullfrog, possibly the last bullfrog in North America — they have several options:A. Report it to the Environmental Police Force. Too bad everyone knows the agency is a joke.B. Leave it be. They’re just a bunch of kids — what if they hurt it by moving it?C. Find another real, live bullfrog on the black market. Convince their parents to let them bike to Canada. Introduce the two frogs. Save all of frogkind.Ahab convinces the rest of the group that C is their only real option. Because if they don’t save this frog, who will? Their quest, which will involve fake ice cream, real frog spawn, and some very close calls, teaches Ahab that hope is always the logical choice and that science is always better with friends.With humor and empathy, acclaimed author Madelyn Rosenberg builds an all-too-imaginable future ravaged by climate change, where one kid can still lean on his friends and dream up a better tomorrow.

Force of Fire by Sayantani DasGupta

Whether you are already a diehard Kiranmala fan or are brand new to the world of The Kingdom Beyond, you will easily be lured into this world and Pinki’s story. Full of myth, magic, and rebellion FORCE OF FIRE is an epic adventure as one girl finds her voice, her power, and a place to belong as she fights for her family and her people as her one spark ignites a revolution. Love this story!

From New York Times bestselling author Sayantani DasGupta comes the story of a demon who must embrace her bad to serve the greater good.Pinki hails from a long line of rakkhosh resisters, demons who have spent years building interspecies relationships, working together to achieve their goal of overthrowing the snakey oppressors and taking back their rights. But she has more important things to worry about, like maintaining her status as fiercest rakkhosh in her class and looking after her little cousins. There is also the teeny tiny detail of not yet being able to control her fire breathing and accidentally burning up school property.Then Sesha, the charming son of the Serpentine Governor, calls on Pinki for help in defeating the resistance, promising to give her what she most desires in return — the ability to control her fire. First she’ll have to protect the Moon Maiden, pretend to be a human (ick), and survive a family reunion. But it’s all worth it for the control of her powers . . . right?

Josephine Against the Sea by Shakirah Bourne

A thrilling adventure full of magic and heart, JOSEPHINE AGAINST THE SEA is one of those books you’ve always wanted to read and never knew it. Caribbean myth and folklore highlights this family story, showing the bonds of love between a father and daughter can be stronger than anything. Jo is spunky and fun and brave, a girl you wouldn’t want to mess with and one you’ll love immediately. With awesome characters and a compelling plot, this is one book you won’t want to miss!

Meet Josephine, the most loveable mischief-maker in Barbados, in a magical, heartfelt adventure inspired by Caribbean mythology.

Eleven-year-old Josephine knows that no one is good enough for her daddy. That’s why she makes a habit of scaring his new girlfriends away. She’s desperate to make it onto her school’s cricket team because she’ll get to play her favorite sport AND use the cricket matches to distract Daddy from dating.

But when Coach Broomes announces that girls can’t try out for the team, the frustrated Josephine cuts into a powerful silk cotton tree and accidentally summons a bigger problem into her life . . .

The next day, Daddy brings home a new catch, a beautiful woman named Mariss. And unlike the other girlfriends, this one doesn’t scare easily. Josephine knows there’s something fishy about Mariss but she never expected her to be a vengeful sea creature eager to take her place as her father’s first love! Can Josephine convince her friends to help her and use her cricket skills to save Daddy from Mariss’s clutches before it’s too late?

The Graveyard Riddle by Lisa Thompson

This is a thrilling, heartbreaking, and beautiful book. Full of riddles, mysteries, and secrets THE GRAVEYARD RIDDLE will make jittery excitement run throughout your whole body, each word leading you into the next. A brilliant cast of characters that will make you both laugh and cry, an eerie cemetery setting, and an expertly written plot, this story will pull you along until every last mystery is unraveled.

Lisa Thompson returns to the world of her acclaimed novel The Goldfish Boy with this page-turning mystery.

Melody Bird has discovered an abandoned old building in the corner of the graveyard…

Though it’s dark and creepy, she can’t resist its pull. When she goes to explore, she finds a mysterious boy hiding out there. Hal tells Melody that he’s a spy, using the house as a base for his undercover surveillance of a nearby suspected criminal. He’s very secretive about the details, but Melody comes to trust him and starts helping him with his mission.

Melody is determined to decode the strange riddles Hal finds hidden in the graveyard, but her friends Matthew and Jake question Hal’s story. They decide to turn the tables and find out the truth about him, uncovering the biggest mystery of all…

This extraordinary novel set in the world of The Goldfish Boy is a page-turning mystery with a sensitive story about friendship and trust at its core.

Skyborn: Sparrow Rising by Jessica Khoury

This story is alluring and entirely addictive. The world is expertly crafted and the descriptions and plot pull you in from line one and won’t let go. But it is the relationship between Ellie and Nox that truly drives this story. Ellie and Nox are two of the best characters I’ve read in a long time, and you won’t be able to help but fall in love with them. SPARROW RISING will keep you up late to finish and leave you salivating for the next book in the series!

Jessica Khoury brings her masterful world-building and emotional depth to a brand-new fantasy series. In a world where everyone is born with wings, stone monsters prowl the skies, hunting those who dare to fly too high.In the Clandoms, everyone is born with wings, with tight-knit communities formed around bird types: Jay, Falcon, Crow. Ellie Meadows dreams of growing up to join the Goldwings — the famed knights who defend all the people of the Clandoms. It was a Goldwing, after all, who saved her life on that terrible day her parents were killed. There’s just one problem: Ellie is a Sparrow, and the Goldwings are almost invariably picked from the higher clans like Eagles and Ospreys. This rigid hierarchy means that Ellie is destined to become a farmer. Determined to honor her parents’ memories and prove herself worthy of the Goldwings, Ellie sets out on her own for the capital. But her journey will be dangerous. Foul creatures called gargols lurk behind every cloud, ready to slay anyone unlucky enough to be caught outside in a storm — just as Ellie’s family was. Soon her path intertwines with a colorful band of fellow outcasts, each with their own aspirations… and their own secrets. Ellie’s new friends offer not just roadside companionship. They’ll challenge her ideas of right, wrong, and what truly makes a hero.

Battle Dragons: City of Thieves by Alex London

This is an awesome book! There really is just no other word for it. It’s like HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON meets AMERICAN DRAGON JAKE LONG meets something entirely new and fantastic. Abel is the perfect reluctant hero. He is wonderful, flawed, brave, stronger than he thinks, and always steps up to do what is right even when he doesn’t want to and maybe doesn’t even know what the right thing truly is. An epic adventure full of family, friendship, and dragons, BATTLE DRAGONS CITY OF THIEVES is a true joy to read and an amazing start to what will be an amazing series!

In a modern mega-city built around dragons, one boy gets caught up in the world of underground dragon battles and a high-stakes gang war that could tear his family apart.

Once, dragons nearly drove themselves to extinction. But in the city of Drakopolis, humans domesticated them centuries ago. Now dragons haul the city’s cargo, taxi its bustling people between skyscrapers, and advertise its wares in bright, neon displays. Most famously of all, the dragons battle. Different breeds take to the skies in nighttime bouts between the infamous kins—criminal gangs who rule through violence and intimidation.

Abel has always loved dragons, but after a disastrous showing in his dragon rider’s exam, he’s destined never to fly one himself. All that changes the night his sister appears at his window, entrusting him with a secret…and a stolen dragon.

Turns out, his big sister is a dragon thief! Too bad his older brother is a rising star in Drakopolis law enforcement…

To protect his friends and his family, Abel must partner with the stolen beast, riding in kin battles and keeping more secrets than a dragon has scales.

When everyone wants him fighting on their side, can Abel figure out what’s worth fighting for?

Kaleidoscope by Brian Selznick

A beautifully written and heart wrenching tale, KALEIDOSCOPE is really a book like no other in existence. Through gorgeous illustrations and words so lyrical they almost feel like a picture themselves, Brian Selznick tells the story of friendship and longing, fantasy and magic, love and grief in a way no one else can. This book will pull you in and spin you around. It will confuse and sadden you. And you wouldn’t want it any other way.

An astounding new feat of storytelling from Brian Selznick, the award-winning creator of The Invention of Hugo Cabret and Wonderstruck.

A ship. A garden. A library. A key. In Kaleidoscope, the incomparable Brian Selznick presents the story of two people bound to each other through time and space, memory and dreams. At the center of their relationship is a mystery about the nature of grief and love which will look different to each reader. Kaleidoscope is a feat of storytelling that illuminates how even the wildest tales can help us in the hardest times.

Playing the Cards You’re Dealt by Varian Johnson

This book reeled me in from word one! Expertly written in second-person with a voice that is over the top grandfatherly and funny, the ever present narrator, takes us right into Ant’s story. Through the ups,, downs, turmoil, and triumphs, you will be routing for Ant and Shirley and all these other awesome characters you will easily fall in love with. PLAYING THE CARDS YOU’RE DEALT is one of those stories that you’ll want to go back to again and again. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll love, and you’ll feel such joy on every page!

Literary powerhouse and Coretta Scott King Honor- and Boston Globe / Horn Book Honor-winning author of The Parker Inheritance Varian Johnson explores themes of toxic masculinity and family legacy in this heartfelt, hopeful story of one boy discovering what it really means to be a man.


Ten-year-old Anthony Joplin has made it to double digits! Which means he’s finally old enough to play in the spades tournament every Joplin Man before him seems to have won. So while Ant’s friends are stressing about fifth grade homework and girls, Ant only has one thing on his mind: how he’ll measure up to his father’s expectations at the card table.

Then Ant’s best friend gets grounded, and he’s forced to find another spades partner. And Shirley, the new girl in his class, isn’t exactly who he has in mind. She talks a whole lot of trash — way more than his old partner. Plus, he’s not sure that his father wants him playing with a girl. But she’s smart and tough and pretty, and knows every card trick in the book. So Ant decides to join forces with Shirley — and keep his plans a secret.

Only it turns out secrets are another Joplin Man tradition. And his father is hiding one so big it may tear their family apart…

Barakah Beats by Maleeha Siddiqui

This is a fun and sweet story of friendship, music, and finding the courage to be yourself. Nimra is wonderfully strong protagonist, and her relationships with her friends and family are what make this story rock! Giving a window into Muslim culture, as well as the universal search to find where you truly belong, who your true friends, and be accepted for everything you are, BARAKAH BEATS is a slice of life middle school story with all the drama and humor that entails!

For fans of The First Rule of Punk and Save Me a Seat, Barakah Beats is a sweet, powerful, and joyous novel about a Muslim girl who finds her voice on her own terms… by joining her school’s most popular boy band.

Twelve-year-old Nimra Sharif has spent her whole life in Islamic school, but now it’s time to go to “real school.”

Nimra’s nervous, but as long as she has Jenna, her best friend who already goes to the public school, she figures she can take on just about anything.

Unfortunately, middle school is hard. The teachers are mean, the schedule is confusing, and Jenna starts giving hijab-wearing Nimra the cold shoulder around the other kids.

Desperate to fit in and get back in Jenna’s good graces, Nimra accepts an unlikely invitation to join the school’s popular 8th grade boy band, Barakah Beats. The only problem is, Nimra was taught that music isn’t allowed in Islam, and she knows her parents would be disappointed if they found out. So she devises a simple plan: join the band, win Jenna back, then quietly drop out before her parents find out.

But dropping out of the band proves harder than expected. Not only is her plan to get Jenna back working, but Nimra really likes hanging out with the band—they value her contributions and respect how important her faith is to her. Then Barakah Beats signs up for a talent show to benefit refugees, and Nimra’s lies start to unravel. With the show only a few weeks away and Jenna’s friendship hanging in the balance, Nimra has to decide whether to betray her bandmates—or herself.

The House on Hoarder Hill by Mikki Lish

A spooky magical mystery THE HOUSE ON HOARDER HILL will keep you flipping pages with excitement and fear filled anticipation. Wrapped inside the fantastical and creepy, is a family story of love and loss and reunion that you will easily fall into. With characters you’d want to follow anywhere, and an expertly told plot that will keep you guessing, this is one book you just have to read!

When Hedy and Spencer start receiving messages on dusty picture frames, vacation at their grandfather’s spooky house turns into a mission to solve the mystery of their grandmother’s disappearance. Magical, gutsy, and spooky, this is a story about a family mystery with a pair of brave siblings at its heart.When siblings Hedy and Spencer are forced to spend time with their reclusive and eccentric grandfather, they find themselves on a quest to solve the mysterious disappearance of their grandmother decades earlier.Searching for clues, they’ll uncover dangerous secrets from their grandfather’s past as a magician, because in the house of a magician you never know what – or who – you will find. Soon they will discover that, like Grandpa himself, the house possesses not only secrets, but also real magic.Hidden in the labyrinth of his belongings are the clues to solving their family’s biggest mystery: the disappearance of their Grandma Rose. Searching for clues in Grandpa’s house unveils long-forgotten enchantments, surprising foes and a few unexpected friends. Using their ingenuity, bravery, and new-found belief in magic, Hedy and Spencer must search for the truth behind Rose’s disappearance and attempt to heal the family rift that may finally set their grandmother free.

City of Dragons: The Awakening Storm by Jaimal Yogis

How To Train Your Dragon comes to modern day Hong Kong in this exciting, fantastical adventure. A classic quest story wrapped up with a deeply emotional coming-of-age story, the first book in the City of Dragons is one of that will pull at your heartstrings and push you right over the edge of your seat. Full of the perfect ragtag misfit crew, the story of our intrepid heroine Grace and her dragon, Nate, boils with intrigue, humor, and heartache as she discovers long buried secrets about her father, her family, and who she really is. Mystery, mythology, and magic combine to make THE AWAKENING STORM an unputdownable read!

Grace and her friends must protect a newly hatched dragon from mysterious evildoers.

When Grace moves to Hong Kong with her mom and new stepdad, her biggest concern is making friends at her fancy new boarding school. But when a mysterious old woman gifts her a dragon egg during a field trip, Grace discovers that the wonderful stories of dragons she heard when she was a young girl might actually be real–especially when the egg hatches overnight.

The dragon has immense powers that Grace has yet to understand. And that puts them both in danger from mysterious forces intent on abusing the dragon’s power. And now it’s up to Grace and her school friends to uncover the sinister plot threatening the entire city!

The Dragon Path by Ethan Young

Miyazaki’s NAUSICAA OF THE VALLEY OF THE WIND combines with magic, martial arts, and Chinese folklore in the epic graphic novel THE DRAGON PATH. This is just the absolute best. Seriously there is just no other way to describe it. Sing is awesome and his relationship with Midnight makes the whole book! Not to say the rest of the story isn’t amazing too. With amazing characters, an expertly drawn setting that lures you in, and an epic story you’ll never want to stop reading, this is one graphic novel you don’t want to miss!

In this action-adventure fantasy, young Prince Sing must overcome monstrous obstacles to help his clan return to their homeland.

The Wong Clan must leave their ruined homeland for a better life in the mythical Old Land, but to get there they must follow the dragon path, where their sworn enemies, the Dragon Tribe, rule. During a surprise attack, Prince Sing is separated from his clan. With the help of Ming, a powerful mystic from the Old Land, and Midnight, a monstrous warrior beast, Prince Sing must do all he can to save both his family and the Dragon Tribe from mutual destruction.

Fearless by Kenny Porter

This is one of those stories that just makes you smile. It’s that kind of zany, crazy adventure that you will love because it’s just about an ordinary kid doing extraordinary things. Kara’s journey to reconnect with her friend Alice and beyond will warm your heart and leave you with a feeling of nostalgia and peace. Part coming-of-age story, part grand bicycling adventure, FEARLESS is a story full of pure joy.

Fearless is a touching graphic novel about growing up, accepting change, and finding a way to be happy when you miss your best friend.

Kara hoped to spend the summer re-enacting episodes of her favorite TV show, Shinpi Rider, with her best friend Alice. But when Alice moves to a new home two towns over, everything changes. Alice mysteriously stops answering Kara’s phone calls and letters.In order to reignite their friendship, Kara hatches a brave plan to bike over to Alice’s new school all on her own. After all, “A rider never leaves a friend behind!” Kara’s bravery on the journey proves how strong she is but when Kara finally finds Alice, her bravado fades: Alice has found new friends and has left Kara behind. Can Kara be fearless when she feels so alone?

A Discovery of Dragons by Lindsay Galvin

This book is an absolute epic adventure. Pulling from historical facts from the real voyage of Charles Darwin’s aboard HMS Beagle, Lindsey Galvin brings to life the real story of Darwin’s cabin boy and assistant Syms Covington on these pages. Simon is brave and selfless even when it’s difficult to be either and you will cheer for him at every turn. Combining fantasy, history, and environmental issues, A DISCOVERY OF DRAGONS is a can’t miss read!

How to Train Your Dragon meets natural history, with real science, in this story of discovery through one of the lens of one of the most historical voyages in history.It’s 1835. Cabin boy Simon Covington is on the voyage of a lifetime to the Galapagos Islands with the world-famous scientist, Charles Darwin.But when Simon falls overboard during a huge storm, he washes up on an unexplored island. Stranded there, he makes a discovery that could change the world. Now it’s not just his own survival at stake – the future of an undiscovered species is in his hands. But perhaps there’s one person who could help…Based on the real events of Charles Darwin’s legendary voyage, this is a novel that melds science with wonder.

You & Me at the End of the World by Brianna Bourne

This story is absolutely fantastic! I loved every single second of reading it. Hannah and Leo are so wonderful and flawed and real and raw and I love them so much. With science fiction elements wrapped up in a coming-of-age story surrounded by a steamy romance, YOU & ME AT THE END OF THE WORLD is an apocalypse story for the ages!

This is no ordinary apocalypse…

Hannah Ashton wakes up to silence. The entire city around her is empty, except for one other person: Leo Sterling. Leo might be the hottest boy ever (and not just because he’s the only one left), but he’s also too charming, too selfish, and too much of a disaster for his own good, let alone Hannah’s.

Stuck with only each other, they explore a world with no parents, no friends, and no school and realize that they can be themselves instead of playing the parts everyone expects of them. Hannah doesn’t have to be just an overachieving, music-box-perfect ballerina, and Leo can be more than a slacker, 80s-glam-metal-obsessed guitarist. Leo is a burst of honesty and fun that draws Hannah out, and Hannah’s got Leo thinking about someone other than himself for the first time.

Together, they search for answers amid crushing isolation. But while their empty world may appear harmless . . . it’s not. Because nothing is quite as it seems, and if Hannah and Leo don’t figure out what’s going on, they might just be torn apart forever.

The Buried by Melissa Grey

A harrowing science fiction tale that seems all too real, THE BURIED will keep you reading until the very end. With horror, mystery, and intrigue, along with a trio of kids you’ll absolutely fall in love with, this is an adventure that is both a unique and eerily creepy near-future that seems all too realistic. This is a coming-of-age story, a sci-fi thriller, a near-future dystopia, and a quest story all wrapped up in one!

A heart-pounding, claustrophobic new story from Melissa Grey, the author of RATED.

Ten years ago, disaster struck the remote town of Indigo Falls. A horrific event drove the residents underground, into shelters that keep them safe from the danger on the surface. No one speaks about what happened that fateful day, but even the youngest still remember the fear and, most of all, the searing pain when sunlight touched their skin. Now, a handful of families inhabit this bunker together, guided by a charismatic leader named Dr. Imogen Moran. There are many rules Dr. Moran has instilled to govern life belowground. You must always tell the truth. You must avoid the light of the sun. You must never touch skin to skin. But the most important rule, the one that was drilled into their heads from the moment the hatch slammed shut all those years ago, was at the very end of the list. It rattled around in their skulls when all was silent, echoing in the quiet, lonely dark. You must never go outside.

Into the Bloodred Woods by Martha Brockenbrough

A gorgeously dark faerie tale taking elements of all the Grimm tales you can think of and forming something entirely new, INTO THE BLOODRED WOODS will lure you in from the very first well crafted sentence. With strong women throughout, monsters who are heroes, forest magic oozes from every page, and a suspenseful and enchanting story, this book is one you you can really sink your teeth into!

Happily ever after is a lie.

Once upon a time there was a kingdom, and a forest that liked to eat men, and a girl who would change everything, but not alone …

Except —

There’s no such thing as once upon a time.

In a faraway land, populated by were beasts and surrounded by a powerful forest, lies a kingdom about to be sent into chaos. On his deathbed, King Tyran divides his land, leaving half to each of his two children — so they’ll rule together. However, his son, Albrecht, is not satisfied with half a kingdom. And even though his sister, Ursula, is the first born, he decides that, as a girl and were bear, she is unfit to rule. So he invades her land, slaughtering her people and most of the were beasts, and claims it for himself.

As King Albrecht builds his iron rule and an army to defend his reign, Ursula is gathering the survivors and making plans to seize back the kingdom. Not just her half — the whole thing. Because Albrecht should have never been allowed to sit on the throne, and Ursula is going to take his crown. And if he’s not careful, he might not get to keep his head either.

The Girl from the Sea by Molly Knox Ostertag

A beautiful love story full of magic, selkies, and environmental activism, THE GIRL FROM THE SEA is a fairy tale for the modern day. Both words and illustrations combine to pop this tale right off the pages as two girls come together to be themselves and find the perfect place for them to belong. A heartbreaking, but hopeful fantasy romance you won’t want to put down!

From the author of The Witch Boy trilogy comes a graphic novel about family, romance, and first love.

Fifteen-year-old Morgan has a secret: She can’t wait to escape the perfect little island where she lives. She’s desperate to finish high school and escape her sad divorced mom, her volatile little brother, and worst of all, her great group of friends…who don’t understand Morgan at all. Because really, Morgan’s biggest secret is that she has a lot of secrets, including the one about wanting to kiss another girl.Then one night, Morgan is saved from drowning by a mysterious girl named Keltie. The two become friends and suddenly life on the island doesn’t seem so stifling anymore.

But Keltie has some secrets of her own. And as the girls start to fall in love, everything they’re each trying to hide will find its way to the surface…whether Morgan is ready or not.

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