New Adventure & Survival Books

Delirium
by
Lauren Oliver

Reading Level: Grades 7+

Love, aka deleria is the reason for all problems in the world, which is why upon every citizen's eighteenth birthday, a cure is administered, severing the receiver from potential infection. Boys and girls under the age of eighteen, of course, are separated, lest interaction between two uncureds causes an infection. 17 year-old Lena Haloway, like all other teens her age, can't wait to get the vaccine and be cured of the deleria - she hopes that becoming cured will finally sever her from the stigma of her uncured mother's suicide. Just a few months before her scheduled cure, Lena meets Alex, somewhat by accident, and becomes infected. Headstrong and in love, Lena begins to question the cure, as well as everything her society stands for and has taught her; yet her cure date looms ever-closer, promising to destroy herself and Alex.

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A few other dystopian love stories:

Matched by Ally Condie

Divergent by Veronica Roth

Uglies by Scott Westerfeld

Older readers will also enjoy:

Wither by Lauren DeStefano

Bumped by Megan McCafferty

Across the Universe by Beth Revis

Girl Parts by John Cusick

No Passengers Beyond This Point
by
Gennifer Choldenko

Reading Level: Grade 5-7

Six-year-old Mouse, twelve-year-old Finn and their unfriendly older sister India are sent to live with their uncle in Colorado after their mother loses the family home. Instead rendezvousing with their Uncle Red at the airport, they are met by a man driving a feather covered car who takes them to Falling Bird a world that seems, a first, much better than the life they left behind.

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If you enjoyed this story try:

The Glitch in Sleep by John Hulme and

Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin

Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder
by
Jo Nesbo

Reading Level: Grades 3 - 7

When Lisa’s best friend moves from Norway across the world, she prepares herself for an unpleasant school year. Of course, that’s before Nilly, the smallest red-headed boy she’s ever seen, moves in next door. Nilly, a courageous, outspoken boy, quickly befriends both Lisa and Doctor Proctor, a pleasantly mad scientist who lives on the other side of Nilly’s new house. Doctor Proctor, a frustrated inventor who never seems to invent anything quite useful enough for anyone, finds Nilly’s creativity a helpful asset to his inventions, especially his latest one – Fart Powder.

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A few other flatulent adventures

The Day My Butt Went Psycho by Andy Griffiths

Sweet Farts: Rippin' it Old-School by Raymond Bean

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