photo of many new ya books displayed on the large library table

New YA Books Popping Up

Tulip, daffodil, and iris greens aren’t the only things popping up this spring: the YA section at Schmaling is seeing quite a bit of fresh growth as well.  Check out this new series series from Juliet Marillier, award-winning writer of adult and teen historical-fantasy novels: The Shadowfell Trilogy.  Set in what could be ancient Scotland, a young woman with an extraordinary gift to see the unseen creatures that inhabit her world struggles to survive under the reign of a king fearful of her gift and the faerie creatures flickering faintly under the surface of his tyranny.

photo of three new ya book sin a new series lying in a vertical line on the table; pictured from overhead
Other new titles in the YA section include:

The Night Gardener: A Scary Story, by Jonathan Auxier

Glass Sword (Red Queen series #2), by Victoria Aveyard

Proposal: A Mediator Novella, by Meg Cabot

Lady Midnight (book 1 in The Dark Artifices, a companion trilogy to The Mortal Instruments), by Cassandra Clare

The Letter for the King, by Tonke Dragt (translated from the Dutch by Laura Watkinson)

The Boys Who Challenged Hitler: Knud Pederson and the Churchill Club, by Phillip M. Hoose

Exit, Pursued By a Bear, by E.K. Johnston

Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom: My Story of the 1965 Selma Voting Rights March, by Lynda Blackmon Lowery

The Wicked Will Rise, and Yellow Brick War (Books 2 & 3 of the Dorothy Must Die series), by Danielle Paige

The Secret Language of Sisters, by Luanne Rice