• By Jacquelyn White
  • Posted Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Get Sucked into the LOLs!

Revenge of the evil librarian by Michelle Knudsen

Last fall, Cynthia Rothschild saved her best friend, as well as the entire student body, from the demon librarian, Mr. Gabriel, all while executing the most awesome set design for the school musical, Sweeney Todd. But now that all that demon stuff is behind her, Cyn is looking forward to the best summer ever at theater camp with her former-crush-and-now-boyfriend, Ryan Halsey. Once she gets to camp, though, Cyn realizes this summer might not be all she’s been hoping for.

Sasquatch, love, and other imaginary things by Betsy Aldredge and Carrie DuBois-Shaw

Dragged around her whole life by her obsessed yeti-hunting parents, Samantha is humiliated when her parents participate in a reality show under the watch of a contemptuous prep-school crew, including a boy who scorns Samantha's humble Ohio roots.

I believe in a thing called love by Maurene Goo

A disaster in romance, a high school senior Desi Lee decides to tackle her flirting failures by watching Korean television dramas, where the hapless heroine always seems to end up in the arms of her true love by episode ten.

The Devil's Banshee by Donna Hosie

Team DEVIL is back--this time, led by the indomitable Viking prince Alfarin to wrest a banshee from her hiding place in the Nine Circles of Hell.

When Dimple met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

When Dimple Shah and Rishi Patel meet at a Stanford University summer program, Dimple is avoiding her parents' obsession with "marriage prospects" but Rishi hopes to woo her into accepting an arranged marriage with him.

My fairy godmother is a drag queen by David Clawson

Wanting nothing more than to survive high school as an only stepkid in a social-climbing family, Chris forges an unexpected romantic relationship with his stepsister's wealthy boyfriend before a new friend helps him learn to accept himself and his family.

Waste of space by Gina Damico

Cram ten hormonal teens into a spaceship and blast off: that's the premise for the ill-conceived reality show Waste of Space. The kids who are cast know everything about drama--and nothing about the fact that the production is fake.

A totally awkward love story by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison

"Hannah and Sam are each searching for The One-- but over the summer, a series of hilarious misunderstandings prevent them from realizing that they're It for one another"--.