Set over the course of one school year in 1986, this is the story of two star-crossed misfits-smart enough to know that first love almost never lasts, but brave and desperate enough to try. When Eleanor meets Park, you'll remember your own first love-and just how hard it pulled you under.
A romance develops between two teens during a stormy 24-hour train ride to Upstate New York that helps them evaluate past relationships, dysfunctional family dynamics and unexpected opportunities. By the author of The Last Time We Were Us.
Struggling with guilt stemming from her parents' cultural expectations about her future as a proper wife and doctor, a 17-year-old Taiwanese-American college freshman hides the truth about her germ phobia and her crush on a Japanese classmate before reconnecting with her brother, who is estranged from the family for dating the wrong woman.
Feeling too shy to look for a prom date amid the drama of his romance-minded peers, Deacon realizes that his grandmother would be an awesome person to ask and finds his life taking an unforgettable turn. By the award-winning author of Almost Perfect.
Having lost his first boyfriend in a terrible accident, Griffin, a youth with OCD, forges a friendship with his lost love's ex-boyfriend, Jackson, who exhibits suspicious signs of guilt. By the best-selling author of More Happy Than Not.
Best friends their entire lives, a struggling musician and an academic golden girl, both coming of age in the 1980s, spend a first year apart when one departs for college, a period marked by questions about their respective futures and whether or not they are becoming more than friends.
Struggling through his senior year of high school, where he is targeted by bullies because of his father's extreme faith, Dill teams up with fellow outcast Lydia, who is determined to escape their tiny town by pursuing a career in fashion, and Travis, whose obsession with an epic book series and a fangirl turns his reality into real-life fantasy.
Embarking on a summer filled with regrets after a year marked by reckless mistakes that ended her relationship with her best friend, Harper reunites with Declan over shared histories and struggles to redefine their bond.
Struggling to pay bills and care for her little sister when their father succumbs to mental illness and their mother abandons them, Lucille inconveniently falls in love with her best friend's brother, Digby.
Falling in love for the first time after meeting an African-American girl who shares his sense of humor, Walter worries about the strength of their bond when their relationship is put in the spotlight in order to manage a racial profiling scandal involving his police-officer father.
Living on opposite sides of their Brooklyn neighborhood, strict Hasidic Devorah and fun-loving nerd Jaxon forge an unexpected connection when they become trapped in an elevator during a hurricane, after which they pursue a secret romance.
A first illustrated teen novel by the best-selling author of the Middle School series follows the efforts of a former mental hospital patient to overcome personal and community challenges by deciding to bridge the gap between her high school's warring cliques despite the reluctance of some to join hands and get along.
Perceiving his world through a sense of space rather than time, Finn Easton struggles with paranoia and heartbreak while embarking on a road trip to a prospective college, where his zany friend and he become unlikely heroes. By the award-winning author of Winger.
Marooned in a broken-down Houston neighborhood--and in a Mexican immigrant family where making ends meet matters much more than making it to college--smart, talented Marissa seeks comfort elsewhere when her home life becomes unbearable
With his freshman year at Brown looming in the near future, eighteen-year-old James begins to plan his escape by saving the money from his summer job at his mother's art gallery in order to get a cabin on the prairie where he can finally find the sanctuary he needs, in a dramatic coming-of-age tale.
In a thought-provoking coming-of-age novel, Charlie struggles to cope with complex world of high school as he deals with the confusions of sex and love, the temptations of drugs, and the pain of losing a close friend and a favorite aunt.