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Scattered Showers: Stories

In her first collection, she gives us nine beautifully crafted love stories. Girl meets boy camping outside a movie theater. Best friends debate the merits of high school dances. A prince romances a troll. A girl romances an imaginary boy. And Simon Snow himself returns for a holiday adventure.

In her first collection, she gives us nine beautifully crafted love stories. Girl meets boy camping outside a movie theater. Best friends debate the merits of high school dances. A prince romances a troll. A girl romances an imaginary boy. And Simon Snow himself returns for a holiday adventure.

B&N Children's & YA Book Awards YA Winner

Iron Widow

by Xiran Jay Zhao

Iron Widow

by Xiran Jay Zhao

“This vibrant and unrelenting trio of main characters make this story a true standout, along with a shocking ending that will leave readers clamoring for the sequel.” - Stephanie Pinheiro, Manager of Young Reader & YA Books, Barnes & Noble

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2022 Barnes & Noble Book of the Year

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Lessons in Chemistry (B&N Book of the Year)

by Bonnie Garmus

Lessons in Chemistry (B&N Book of the Year)

by Bonnie Garmus

Our Booksellers have voted, and Lessons in Chemistry is the Barnes & Noble Book of the Year for 2022! Congratulations to Bonnie Garmus for her sensational and brilliantly funny debut novel.

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This Month's Pick: Vespertine

Artemisia is training to be a Gray Sister, a nun who cleanses the bodies of the deceased so that their souls can pass on; otherwise, they will rise as ravenous, hungry spirits. She would rather deal with the dead than the living, who whisper about her scarred hands and troubled past.

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Artemisia is training to be a Gray Sister, a nun who cleanses the bodies of the deceased so that their souls can pass on; otherwise, they will rise as ravenous, hungry spirits. She would rather deal with the dead than the living, who whisper about her scarred hands and troubled past.

Check out our previous YA Monthly Picks for more great reads!

The Luminaries

Not all monsters can be slain, and not all nightmares are confined to the dark.

Not all monsters can be slain, and not all nightmares are confined to the dark.