Told in verse, Chlorine Sky focuses on Skyy’s journey to understand herself in a world that doesn’t appreciate who she is, and find her voice in a space that doesn’t allow her to speak for herself.
Sunny has always been content being the nerd. Then he meets super chic Cirrus and somehow tells her that he is in a rock band with his best friends. While he is falling for her, he is getting deeper into his lie. How will he keep the girl and stay true to himself?
Two Chinese orphans try to make their way in the world of factory work, fighting for freedom, friendship, and their futures, even though the odds are stacked against them in a world that seems them as little more than a number.
When three cousins are requested to spend the summer at their estranged grandmother’s resort, they reluctantly agree. Quickly they realize that their family history might be a lie and their lives might be in danger.
Quan is in prison. Yes, he has done some terrible things, but he didn’t do what landed him in his current cell. Can Justyce and his allies help prove that Quan was wrongly convicted?
Sydney’s mom is Lila Shore – the famous actress who seems totally disconnected from her daughter. After being dragged from her private boarding school states away, Sydney begins to suspect her mom’s boyfriend is involved in some illegal activity. Also, now that she is 16, why is everyone assuming things about her based on her looks – and not letting her decide anything for herself?
When Skyler’s prom venue is threatened by a company wanting to bulldoze the garden, she must team up with her rival – Truman – to fight for it. How can she work with someone she can’t stand? Especially when she begins getting cell phone updates from a future reunion site that shows Truman and Skyler together.
Frances doesn’t know where she fits in – the only place she really feels at home is on the tennis court – but when she teams up with her friend to solve the mystery of why her sister’s hair is falling out, she learns more about herself and her family than she expected.
Ashley knows the woods inside and out, but when she runs from a horrific scene during the night, she gets lost, injured, and is completely alone with nothing but the clothes on her back. How is a girl who knows all about the woods to survive the dangers she is so well aware of?
Frankie hadn’t talked to her friend Collette for two months when the girl showed up at her door. The next day, though, Collette has disappeared, and Frankie becomes determined to find her friend, even when others doubt her.