Spring/Summer Titles to Add to Your TBR Pile

Fiction

Tomi Adeyemi, Children of Blood and Bone (Henry Holt BYR, 3/6)

Emily Adrian, The Foreseeable Future (Dial Books, 5/8)

Tara Altebrando, The Opposite of Here (Bloomsbury USA Children’s, 6/5)

Kelley Armstrong, Aftermath (Crown Books for Young Readers, 5/22)

Mindee Arnett, Onyx & Ivory (Balzer + Bray, 5/15)

David Arnold, The Strange Fascinations of Noah Hypnotik (Viking Books for Young Readers, 5/22)

Elizabeth Acevedo, The Poet X (HarperTeen, 3/6)

Victoria Aveyard, War Storm (HarperTeen, 5/15)

Megan Bannen, The Bird and the Blade (Balzer + Bray, 6/5)

Christopher Barzak, The Gone Away Place (Knopf Books for Young Readers, 5/15)

Michael Belanger, The History of Jane Doe (Dial Books, 6/5)

Jenn Bennett, Starry Eyes (Simon Pulse, 4/3)

Kathryn Berla, Going Places (Amberjack, 3/20)

Ashley Herring Blake, Girl Made of Stars (HMH Books for Young Readers, 5/15)

Elly Blake, Nightblood (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 6/5)

Bryan Bliss, We’ll Fly Away (Greenwillow Books, 5/8)

Matthew Boren, Folded Notes from High School (Razorbill, 4/3)

Erin Bowman, Contagion (HarperTeen, 7/24)

Alexandra Bracken, Untitled Darkest Minds spin-off (Disney-Hyperion, 7/10)

Nadine Brandes, Fawkes (Thomas Nelson/HarperCollins, 7/10)*

Demetra Brodsky, Dive Smack (Tor Teen, 6/19)

Tiffany Brownlee, Wrong in All the Right Ways (Henry Holt BYR, 7/17)

Amelia Brunskill, The Window (Delacorte, 4/3)

Erin Callahan, The Art of Escaping (Amberjack, 6/19)

Sophie Cameron, Out of the Blue (Roaring Brook Press, 5/15)

P. C. Cast and Kristin Cast, The Dysasters (WednesdayBooks, 5/1)

Crystal Chan, All That I Can Fix (Simon Pulse, 6/12)

Kristen Chandler, Thief of Happy Endings (Viking Books for Young Readers, 6/19)

Joelle Charbonneau, Eden Conquered (HarperTeen, 6/12)

Joelle Charbonneau, Time Bomb (HMH Books for Young Readers, 3/13)

Emma Chastain, The Year of Living Awkwardly: Sophomore Year (Simon Pulse, 7/3)

Autumn Chiklis, Smothered (Wednesday Books, 5/1)

Mary H. K. Choi, Emergency Contact (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 3/27)

Alexandra Christo, To Kill a Kingdom (Feiwel & Friends, 3/6)

Rachel Cohn and David Levithan, Sam & Ilsa’s Last Hurrah (Knopf Books for Young Readers, 4/10)

Brandy Colbert, Finding Yvonne (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 8/7)

Jay Coles, Tyler Johnson Was Here (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 3/20)

Katie Cotugno, 9 Days and 9 Nights (Balzer + Bray, 5/1)

Melissa de la Cruz, Love & War: An Alex & Eliza Story (G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers, 4/17) – The follow-up to bestselling Alex & Eliza.

Camille DeAngelis, The Boy From Tomorrow (Amberjack, 5/8)*

Ava Dellaira, In Search of Us (FSG BYR, 3/6)

Anat Deracine, Driving by Starlight (Henry Holt BYR, 5/22)

Amy Fellner Dominy, The Fall of Grace (Delacorte, 4/10)

Alexa Donne, Brightly Burning (HMH Books for Young Readers, 5/1)*

Keira Drake, The Continent (Harlequin Teen, 3/27)

Sara Ella, Unbreakable (Thomas Nelson/HarperCollins, 5/1)*

Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison, Freshmen (Delacorte, 6/12)

Shea Ernshaw, The Wicked Deep (Simon Pulse, 3/6)

Rosalyn Eves, Lost Crow Conspiracy (Knopf Books for Young Readers, 3/27)

Heather Ezell, Nothing Left to Burn (Razorbill, 3/13)

Michelle Falkoff, Questions I Want to Ask You (HarperTeen, 5/29)

Carrie Fountain, I’m Not Missing (Flatiron Books, 7/10)

Gayle Forman, I Have Lost My Way (Viking Books for Young Readers, 3/27)

Gillian French, The Lies They Tell (HarperTeen, 5/1)

Kit Frick, See All the Stars (Margaret K. McElderry Books, 8/14)

Stephanie Garber, Legendary (Flatiron Books, 5/29)*

Whitney Gardner, Chaotic Good (Knopf Books for Young Readers, 3/13)

Kelly Loy Gilbert, Picture Us In The Light (Disney-Hyperion, 4/10)

Jennifer Gilmore, If Only (HarperTeen, 7/31)

Meredith Goldstein, Chemistry Lessons (HMH Books for Young Readers, 6/19)*

Florence Gonsalves, Love & Other Carnivorous Plants (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 5/15)

Maurene Goo, The Way You Make Me Feel (FSG BYR, 5/8)

Claudia Gray, Defy the Worlds (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 4/3)

Sally Green, The Smoke Thieves (Viking Books for Young Readers, 5/1)

Philippa Gregory, Dark Tracks (Simon Pulse, 3/6)

Adele Griffin, Tell Me No Lies (Algonquin Young Readers, 6/12)

Sandra Gulland, The Game of Hope (Viking Books for Young Readers, 6/26)

Margaret Peterson Haddix, The Summer of Broken Things (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 4/10)

Alwyn Hamilton, Hero at the Fall (Viking Books for Young Readers, 3/6)

Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows, My Plain Jane (HarperTeen, 6/26)

Sarah Henning, Sea Witch (Katherine Tegen Books, 7/31)

April Henry, Run, Hide, Fight Back (Henry Holt BYR, 5/8)

Zach Hines, Nine (HarperTeen, 8/7)

Tiffany D. Jackson, Monday’s Not Coming (Katherine Tegen Books, 6/5)

Lauren James, The Loneliest Girl in the Universe (HarperTeen, 7/3)

Cordelia Jensen, The Way The Light Bends (Philomel, 3/27)

Sheba Karim, Mariam Sharma Hits the Road (HarperTeen, 6/5)

Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, Obsidio (Knopf Books for Young Readers, 3/13) – The final book in The Illuminae Files trilogy.

Beth Kephart, Wild Blues (Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books, 6/5)

Brigid Kemmerer, More Than We Can Tell (Bloomsbury USA Children’s, 3/6)

Matt Killeen, Orphan Monster Spy (Viking Books for Young Readers, 3/20)*

Jessi Kirby, The Other Side of Lost (HarperTeen, 8/7)

Adrienne Kisner, Dear Rachel Maddow (Feiwel & Friends, 6/5)

Lindsey Klingele, The Truth Lies Here (HarperTeen, 8/21)

Leah Konen, Like Love (Amulet, 5/15)

Lorie Langdon, Olivia Twist (Blink, 3/6)

Claire Legrand, Furyborn (Sourcebooks Fire, 5/22)*

Maggie Lehrman, The Last Best Story (Balzer + Bray, 8/7)

Lisa Leighton and Laura Stropki, Now You See Her (Katherine Tegen, 6/26)

Katrina Leno, Summer of Salt (HarperTeen, 6/5)

Pittacus Lore, Fugitive Six (HarperCollins, 6/26)

Britta Lundin, Ship It (Freeform, 5/1)

Sarah J. Maas, A Court of Frost and Starlight (Bloomsbury USA Childrens, 5/1)

Carolyn Mackler, The Universe Is Expanding and So Am I (Bloomsbury USA Children’s, 5/29)

Tahereh Mafi, Restore Me (HarperCollins, 3/6) – The fourth installment of the Shatter Me series.

Taran Matharu, The Outcast: Prequel to the Summoner Trilogy (Feiwel & Friends, 5/1)

Kimberly McCreight, The Collide (HarperCollins, 5/18)

Janet McNally, The Looking Glass (HarperTeen, 7/25)

Gretchen McNeil, #MurderTrending (Freeform, 8/7)

Joy McCullough, Blood Water Paint (Dutton Books for Young Readers, 3/6)

Mindy McGinnis, Given To The Earth (G.P. Putnam Son’s Books for Young Readers, 4/10)

Will McIntosh, The Future Will Be BS-Free (Delacorte, 7/24)

Amy McNamara, A Flicker in the Clarity (HarperTeen, 6/12)

Richelle Mead, The Emerald Sea (Razorbill, 6/26)

Marissa Meyer, Heartless (Square Fish, 5/1)

Linsey Miller, Ruin of Stars (Sourcebooks Fire, 8/1)

Meredith Miller, How We Learned to Lie (HarperCollins, 7/31)

Samuel Miller, A Lite Too Bright (Katherine Tegen, 5/8)

Derek Milman, Scream All Night (Balzer + Bray, 7/24)

Julie Murphy, Puddin’ (Balzer + Bray, 4/18) – The companion to NYT bestseller Dumplin’.

An Na, The Place Between Breaths (Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books, 3/6)

Ellen Oh and Elsie Chapman, A Thousand Beginnings and Endings (Greenwillow Books, 6/26)

Mark Oshiro, Anger Is a Gift (Tor Teen, 5/22)

Emily X.R. Pan, The Astonishing Color of After (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 3/20)

Kathy Parks, Notes from My Captivity (Katherine Tegen, 7/10)

Ash Parsons, The Falling Between Us (Philomel, 3/13)

Mary E. Pearson, Dance of Thieves (Henry Holt BYR, 7/7)

Lygia Day Penaflor, All of This Is True (HarperTeen, 5/15)

Farrah Penn, Twelve Steps to Normal (jimmy patterson, 3/13)*

Marisha Pessl, Neverworld Wake (Delacorte, 6/5) – A thriller from the author of Special Topics in Calamity Physics.

L. Philips, Sometime After Midnight(Viking Books for Young Readers, 6/12)

Gae Polisner, In Sight of Stars (Wednesday Books, 3/13)

Tara Wilson Redd, The Museum of Us (Wendy Lamb Books, 6/26)

Riley Redgate, Final Draft (Amulet, 6/12)

Douglas Rees, Elektra’s Adventures in Tragedy (Running Press, 5/8)

Brendan Reichs, Genesis (G.P. Putnam Son’s Books for Young Readers, 3/6)

Randy Ribay, After the Shot Drops (HMH Books for Young Readers, 3/6)

Anica Mrose Rissi, Always Forever Maybe (HarperTeen, 6/5)

Lilliam Rivera, Dealing in Dreams (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 8/21)

Kiley Roache, Frat Girl (Harlequin Teen, 3/27)*

Madeleine Roux, Court of Shadows (HarperTeen, 5/29) – The second book in the House of Furies series.

A.B. Rutledge, Miles Away from You (HMH Books for Young Readers, 3/20)

Sara Saedi, The Lost Kids (Viking Books for Young Readers, 4/10)

Leila Sales, If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say (FSG BYR, 5/1)

Shawn Sarles, Campfire (jimmy patterson, 7/17)

Chloe Seager, Dating Disasters of Emma Nash (Harlequin Teen, 5/1)

Robyn Schneider, Invisible Ghosts (Katherine Tegen Books, 6/5)

Nisha Sharma, My So-Called Bollywood Life (Crown Books for Young Readers, 5/15)

Sarah Nicole Smetana, The Midnights (HarperTeen, 3/6)

Katie Sise, The Academy (Balzer + Bray, 5/22)

Carlie Sorosiak, Wild Blue Wonder (HarperTeen, 6/26)

Tamara Ireland Stone, Little Do We Know (Disney-Hyperion, 6/5)

Jeff Sweat, Mayfly (Feiwel and Friends, 5/8)

Sabaa Tahir, A Reaper at the Gates (Razorbill, 4/24)

Amy Tintera, Allied (HarperTeen, 5/1)

Angie Thomas, On the Come Up (Balzer + Bray, 4/11) – The second novel from the author of The Hate U Give.

Kara Thomas, The Cheerleaders (Delacorte, 7/21)

Rob Thomas, Slave Day (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 7/31)

Stephanie Tromly, Trouble Never Sleeps (Kathy Dawson, 4/24)

Danielle Vega, The Merciless IV: Last Rites (Razorbill, 6/12)

Rachel Vincent, 99 Lies (Katherine Tegen Books, 6/26)

Cecilia Vinesse, The Summer of Us (Poppy, 6/5)

Erin Watt, One Small Thing (Harlequin Teen, 6/26)

Mary Weber, Reclaiming Shiloh Snow (Thomas Nelson/HarperCollins, 3/6)*

Patrick Weekes, Feeder (Margaret K. McElderry Books, 3/6)

Jenna Evans Welch, Love & Luck (Simon Pulse, 5/8)

Kerry Winfrey, Things Jolie Needs to Do Before She Bites It (Feiwel & Friends, 7/10)

Sara Wolf, Bring Me Their Hearts (Entangled Teen, 5/15)

Ashley Woodfolk, The Beauty That Remains (Delacorte, 3/6)

Jane Yolen, Mapping the Bones (Philomel, 3/6)

Adrienne Young, Sky in the Deep (Wednesday Books, 6/5)*

Samantha Young, The Fragile Ordinary (Harlequin Teen, 6/26)

Suzanne Young, The Complication (Simon Pulse, 4/24)

Nonfiction

Jessica Burkhart, Life Inside My Mind: 31 Authors Share Their Personal Struggles (Simon Pulse, 4/10)

Jeremy Daldry, The Teenage Guy’s Survival Guide: The Real Deal on Going Out, Growing Up, and Other Guy Stuff (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 4/3)

Elena Delle Donne, My Shot: Balancing It All and Standing Tall (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 3/13)

Johnny Kovatch, 59 Hours (Simon Pulse, 3/20)

Jessica Long, Unsinkable: From Russian Orphan to Paralympic Swimming World Champion (HMH Books for Young Readers, 6/5)

Leslie Odom Jr., Failing Up: How to Take Risks, Aim Higher, and Never Stop Learning (Feiwel & Friends, 3/27)

Elizabeth Partridge, Boots on the Ground: America’s War in Vietnam (Viking Books for Young Readers, 4/10)

Anna Crowley Redding, Google It!: A History of Google (Feiwel & Friends, 8/21)

Chessy Prout and Jenn Abelson, I Have the Right To: A High School Survivor’s Story of Sexual Assault, Justice, and Hope (Margaret K. Elderrry Books, 3/6)

Amy Reed, Our Stories, Our Voices: 21 YA Authors Get Real About Injustice, Empowerment, and Growing Up Female in America (Simon Pulse, 8/14)

Jason Reynolds, For Every One (Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy, 4/10) – The National Book Award finalist’s inspirational poem originally performed for the unveiling of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial.

Susan Goldman Rubin, Coco Chanel: Pearls, Perfume, and the Little Black Dress (Abrams Books for Young Readers, 3/13)

Polo Tate, Deep Dark Blue: A Memoir of Survival (Feiwel & Friends, 5/1)

Mackenzie Ziegler, Kenzie’s Rules for Life: How to be Happy, Healthy, and Dance to Your Own Beat (Gallery Books, 5/15)

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