June 2021 New Releases



 
Undated  
The Many Alters of Astrid Hayes by Sacha Wunsch (Inkyard Press) 
With her parents at each other’s throats (all seven of them), the stress of packing for a big move, and preparing to start a new school…with all with three other personalities on board, sixteen-year-old Astrid is certain things can’t get more complicated.

Until the blackouts start.

Something unheard of—a hidden personality, dark and dangerous—creeps from the black forest of Astrid’s mind, hell-bent on destroying her and the other alters, believing in the old way of one body, one person. Along with her alters, school counselor, and a recently
reunited friend who makes her heart flutter, Astrid must find a way to stop herself from destroying herself.


The Girl With the Hickory Heart by Laura Nicolle Taylor (Owl Hollow)
Hannah Smith at Owl Hollow has bought Lauren Nicolle Taylor's The Girl with the Hickory Heart, an #OwnVoices novel set over an island nation akin to a wooden Hong Kong. Pitched as Mulan meets The Last Airbender, the YA fantasy follows two Asian women from warring tribes who learn the price of peace in a time of war, testing the limits of a wooden heart to trust those they've been taught to hate and are destined to destroy. Publication is planned for summer 2021; Rebecca Angus at Golden Wheat Literary did the three-book deal for world rights.

Violent Ghosts and Pop Rocks by Leah Thomas (Bloomsbury) 
Morris Award Finalist Leah Thomas's VIOLET GHOSTS AND POP ROCKS, pitched as The Lovely Bones meets Freaks and Geeks, the story of an isolated teen and their best friend—who is the ghost of a young woman murdered decades earlier—as they set out to free other ghosts from the burdens tethering them to this life, to Mary Kate Castellani at Bloomsbury Children's, in a nice deal, for publication in June 2021. 

The Demon Tide by Laurie Forest (Inkyard Press)  

June 1st 
Ebonwilde by Crystal Smith (HMH)
40784235. sy475 Get ready to be swept away, seduced, and swindled in the wickedly vicious third and final installment in the Bloodleaf series that Laura Sebastian called “enchanting, visceral, and twisty.”

Welcome to Ebonwilde. Come and find me.

Aurelia’s last words haunted Zan. Left with the task of finding and reviving Princess Aurelia, Zan sets off on his own adventure to find her and return the gift she sacrificed for him—her life. But not all is what it seems, and Ebonwilde is more dangerous than anyone can predict.
 
 









Reconnected by Catherine Tinker (Swoon Reads)
38493159Anne Ellison and Freddie Whitlock were best friends all through middle school, even though they never met in person. But when Anne did something unforgivable to Freddie, their friendship quickly fell apart.

Four years later, Freddie comes to Anne’s town for the summer before she starts college. He’s training to be an Olympic gymnast. Anne knows that Freddie is the boy from her past—but Freddie has no idea. As Anne and Freddie start to spend more time together, Anne can’t help but fall for Freddie.

Can Anne find a way her way into Freddie’s heart—while keeping her identity secret? Or will the lies she’s telling tear their relationship apart?






Phantom Heart by Kelly Creagh (Viking)
A steamy YA romance with Twilight vibes, inspired by Gaston Leroux’s classic The Phantom of the Opera

Seventeen-year-old Stephanie Armand doesn’t believe in ghosts or spirits. Despite her six-year-old sister, Charlie, insisting a masked figure is hiding in her closet, and the rumors at school, Stephanie isn’t convinced her father’s latest renovation project–a crumbling Victorian mansion–houses the soul of a monster. So when the very charming (and paranormal obsessed) Lucas Cheney takes an interest in both Stephanie and her notorious home, the supernatural and romantic activity escalates to an all-time high. And that doesn’t even take into account the dashing, British-accented eighteen-year-old boy, Erik, who’s taken up residence in Stephanie’s nightly dreams. A boy who may have something to do with the man in the mask, and the strange occurrences taking place at Moldavia.
  


Simone Breaks All the Rules by Debbie Rigard (Scholastic)
Late bloomers unite! This fresh and funny #ownvoices novel from rising star Debbie Rigaud is perfect for fans of To All the Boys I've Loved Before and Booksmart.
Simone Thibodeaux's life is sealed in a boy-proof container.

Her strict Haitian immigrant parents enforce no-dating rules and curfews, and send Simone to an all-girls school. As for prom? Simone is allowed to go on one condition: her parents will select her date (a boy from a nice Haitian immigrant family, obviously).

Simone is desperate to avoid the humiliation of the set up -- especially since she's crushing on a boy she knows her parents wouldn't approve of. With senior year coming to a close, Simone makes a decision. She and her fellow late-bloomer friends will create a Senior Year Bucket List of all the things they haven't had a chance to do. On the list: kissing a boy, sneaking out of the house, skipping class (gasp!), and, oh yeah -- choosing your own prom date.

But as the list takes on a life of its own, things get more complicated than Simone expected. She'll have to discover which rules are worth breaking, and which will save her from heartbreak.


Jay's Gay Agenda by Jason June (HarperTeen)
Megan Ilnitzki at HarperTeen has won at auction Jason June's debut YA novel, Jay's Gay Agenda, and a second book. The story follows the titular character after he moves to Seattle from his rural high school, introducing him to other queer teens for the very first time, and allowing him to finally cross items off his gay romance to-do list. Publication is scheduled for summer 2021; Brent Taylor at Triada US brokered the deal for world English rights.

The Darkness Ouside Us by Eliot Schrefer (Katherine Tegan Books)
Ben Rosenthal at HarperCollins/Tegen has acquired The Darkness Outside Us by Eliot Schrefer, in which two teen boys from warring countries embark on a rescue mission to save a stranded astronaut. As evidence accumulates that the ship itself might be an enemy, they race against time to uncover the truth of their existence—and learn that their love for each other might be the only way they'll survive. Publication is planned for summer 2021; Richard Pine at InkWell Management handled the deal for U.S. and Canadian rights.
  
A Psalm of Stones and Silence by Roseanne A. Brown (Balzer + Bray)
  
June 8th 
Fire With Fire by Destiny Soria (HMH)
53076617. sy475 Dani and Eden Rivera were both born to kill dragons, but the sisters couldn’t be more different. For Dani, dragon slaying takes a back seat to normal high school life, while Eden prioritizes training above everything else. Yet they both agree on one thing: it’s kill or be killed where dragons are concerned.

Until Dani comes face-to-face with one and forges a rare and magical bond with him. As she gets to know Nox, she realizes that everything she thought she knew about dragons is wrong. With Dani lost to the dragons, Eden turns to the mysterious and alluring sorcerers to help save her sister. Now on opposite sides of the conflict, the sisters will do whatever it takes to save the other. But the two are playing with magic that is more dangerous than they know, and there is another, more powerful enemy waiting for them both in the shadows.


 

The Marvelous by Claire Kann (Swoon Reads)
From the author of Let's Talk About Love, t his YA novel follows a young woman as she host san epic night of games with a big cash prize for the winner.

Everybody knows Jewel Van Hanen.

When Jewel inherits a not-so-small fortune, she decides to throw a party to celebrate at her new estate. Except she isn't hosting an ordinary high school party: she's hosting a bash with an exclusive guest list of her most loyal "friends" and a life-changing cash prize awarded at midnight.

Once the party begins, her friends embark on an unforgettable game solving cryptic clues, confessing their darkest secrets, and conquering fear-based dares. But as the game grows tougher and intensely more personal, they all begin to wonder: Who exactly is Jewel Van Hanen and why would she put them through this?


Kole Miller does one thing really well: write fanfiction for the show The Space Game. Everything else is a struggle: like managing her anxiety, frequent crushes, and plans after high school. But when her blog, Spacer, wins a major fanfiction contest, her traffic soars.

With massive readership comes criticism Kole isn’t prepared for, including getting stuck in the heated ship wars surrounding the show. And then an invitation to speak at The Space Game’s official convention arrives in her inbox.

When the most competitive kids in her Creative Writing class discover Kole’s writing Spacer, her blog is taken hostage and she risks them hitting ctrl+A+del on Spacer. To win it back, Kole must face both her inner demons and the ones at Crystal Lake High before they make the drama not just about The Space Game, but about Kole herself.

Including snippets from Kole’s fanfic, emails, and text messages, Down With This Ship is sure to bring out the inner fangirl in anyone.

Love and Other Natural Disasters by Misa Suguira (HarperTeen)
Stephanie Stein at HarperTeen has bought an untitled contemporary YA novel by Misa Sugiura, APALA Award-winning author of It's Not Like It's a Secret and This Time Will Be Different. The queer YA rom-com follows Nozomi Takashi as she enacts her plan for a summer of reinvention, starting a fake-dating relationship with her new coworker Willow and embarking on shenanigans around San Francisco with her best friend Ruby. But no fauxmance survives the intrusion of real life—and real feelings—for long. Publication is set for summer 2021; Leigh Feldman at Leigh Feldman Literary did the deal for world English rights.

Out Loud by Taylor B. Barton (HarperTeen)
Kristen Pettit at HarperTeen has acquired Taylor B. Barton's Out Loud, pitched as a queer Bring It On meets Cheer, following non-binary gymnast Len Deon, who infiltrates their school's cheer team in order to get intel and revenge on homophobic football players, only to find unexpected romance—and a rekindling of their competitive spirit—along the way. Publication is slated for spring 2021; Stephen Barbara at InkWell Management brokered the deal for North American rights on behalf of Glasstown Entertainment; Saba Sulaiman of Talcott Notch Literary Services represents the author.

June 15th 
The Kinder Poison #2 by Natalie Mae (Razorbill)

June 22nd
Darling by K. Ancrum (Imprint)
A retelling of Peter Pan in modern day Chicago, in which Wendy Darling follows Peter and his Lost Boys through the city's nightlife and underbelly, only to discover that Peter isn't what he seems...and the Lost Boys are in more trouble than they realize.

My Contrary Mary by Jodi Meadows, Cynthia Hand and Brodi Ashton (HarperTeen)
About Mary, Queen of Scots, set in the world of My Lady Jane.
  
Rising Like a Storm by Tanaz Bhathena (FSG) 

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