What new YA books release this week? (June 13)

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What May YA books release this week? We have a list of this week’s new YA books!

U.S.

All the Stars Left Behind by Ashley Graham
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Release date: June 6th
Relocating to Norway would freeze anyone’s social life. For Leda Lindgren, with her crutches, the frozen tundra is as boring as it sounds. Until she meets her uncle’s gorgeous employee.

And Then There Were Four by Nancy Werlin
Publisher: Dial
Release date: June 6th
When a building collapses around five teenagers they know something strange is going on. Little by little, the group pieces together a theory: Their parents are working together to kill them all.

Boy by Blake Nelson
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Release date: June 6th
Every school has them: the cool kids. The insiders. Gavin Meeks is one of them. He lives an easy life. But when dark, dramatic Antoinette crash-lands at Evergreen High, the entire school feels the impact.

Breaking by Danielle Rollins
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Children’s
Release date: June 6th
Ariel and Devon commit suicide within a month of each other, Charlotte refuses to accept it as a coincidence. But the clues point to a dangerous secret about Weston Prep.

The Broken Ones (A Malediction Trilogy Prequel) by Danielle L. Jensen
Publisher: Angry Robot Books
Release date: June 6th
Marc’s involvement in the plot to overthrown the tyrant king of Trollus is information more than one troll would kill to possess, which is why he must keep it a secret from everyone, even the girl he loves.

Dividing Eden (Dividing Eden #1) by Joelle Charbonneau
Publisher: HarperTeen
Release date: June 6th
Eden’s line of succession is no longer clear. Carys and Andreus are faced with only one option—to take part in a Trial of Succession that will determine which one of them is worthy of ruling the kingdom.

Firebrand (Steeplejack #2) by A.J. Hartley
Publisher: Tor Teen
Release date: June 6th
In order to catch a thief, Ang must pretend to be a foreign princess and infiltrate Elitus. But Ang is far from royal material, so Willinghouse enlists help from the exacting Madam Nahreem.

Follow Me Back (Follow Me Back #1) by A.V. Geiger
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Release date: June 6th
When a fellow pop star is murdered at the hands of a fan, Eric knows he has to do something to shatter his online image fast. But Eric’s plan to troll @TessaHeartsEric evolves into an online relationship.

Here Lies Daniel Tate by Cristin Terrill
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Release date: June 6th
It seems too good to be true when Daniel Tate, missing since he was abducted at the age of ten, turns up. It’s perfect. A miracle. Except for one thing: That boy isn’t Daniel Tate.

The Hush by Skye Melki-Wegner
Publisher: Sky Pony Press
Release date: June 6th
One night while fiddling, Chester accidentally connects to the Song—the music that fuels every aspect of the world, and that it’s illegal for him to interact with. Only a licensed Songshaper can bend music to his will.

Internet Famous by Danika Stone
Publisher: Swoon Reads
Release date: June 6th
Internet sensation Madison Nakama has it all! Her pop-culture rewatch site has a massive following. But internet fame has a price, and her online romance sparks the unwanted attention of a troll.

Liberty: The Spy Who (Kind of) Liked Me by Andrea Portes
Publisher: HarperTeen
Release date: June 6th
Paige is approached by Madden Carter, an undercover operative who gives her a mission — fly to Russia, find Edward Raynes, and discover what government secrets he’s stockpiled.

On Through the Never (The Edge of Forever #2) by Melissa E. Hurst
Publisher: Sky Pony Press
Release date: June 6th
A masked Time Bender arrives from the future. He insists that war is coming, and only Bridger and Alora can stop it. There’s just one problem: they have no memory of each other.

Once and For All by Sarah Dessen
Publisher: Viking
Release date: June 6th
Louna’s summer job is to help brides plan their perfect day, even though she’s stopped believing in happily-ever-after. But maybe Louna’s second chance is standing right in front of her.

Perfect Ten by L. Philips
Publisher: Viking
Release date: June 6th
It’s been two years since Sam broke up with the only other eligible gay guy in his high school, when Meg, his best friend, suggests performing a love spell, Sam is just desperate enough to try.

The Possible by Tara Altebrando
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Children’s
Release date: June 6th
What if no one knows the truth about you? It’s been years since Kaylee’s mother, once infamous for her supposed telekinetic ability, got a life sentence for killing Kaylee’s little brother in a fit of telekinetic rage.

Romeo, Juliet & Jim by Larry Schwarz & Iva-Marie Palmer
Publisher: Henry Holt
Release date: June 6th
Romeo and Juliet seem to have it all. They are heirs to the two greatest and oldest fashion houses Paris has ever seen. Enter Jim, a mysterious American who swoops in and befriends the young lovers.

The Sandcastle Empire by Kayla Olson
Publisher: HarperTeen
Release date: June 6th
Before the war, Eden’s life was easy. Now a powerful group called the Wolfpack controls the earth and its resources. And even though Eden has lost everything to them, she refuses to die by their hands.

Song of the Current by Sarah Tolcser
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Children’s
Release date: June 6th
Caroline is destined for the river. Her father is a wherryman, as was her grandmother. All Caro needs is for the river god to whisper her name, and her fate is sealed. But at seventeen, Caro may be too late.

Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Release date: June 6th
After a shout-out from one of the Internet’s superstar vloggers, Natasha “Tash” Zelenka suddenly finds herself and her obscure, amateur web series, Unhappy Families, thrust in the limelight: She’s gone viral.

This Impossible Light by Lily Myers
Publisher: Philomel Books
Release date: June 6th
From the YouTube slam poetry star of “Shrinking Women” comes a novel in verse about body image, eating disorders, self-worth, and the psychological scars we inherit from our parents.

The Unlikelies by Carrie Firestone
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Release date: June 6th
Rising high school senior Sadie is bracing herself for a boring summer. But things take an unexpected turn when she steps in to help rescue a baby in distress and a video of her good deed goes viral.

What I Lost by Alexandra Ballard
Publisher: Farrar Straus Giroux
Release date: June 6th
What sixteen-year-old Elizabeth has lost so far: forty pounds, four jean sizes, a boyfriend, and her peace of mind. As a result, she’s the newest resident at a treatment center for girls with eating disorders.

Why I Loathe Sterling Lane by Ingrid Paulson
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Release date: June 6th
Harper Campbell keeps her life tidy―  academically and socially. But when her twin brother nearly gets expelled, Harper knows it’s Sterling’s fault, and to protect her brother, she vows to take him down.

Wildman by J.C. Geiger
Publisher: Disney Hyperion
Release date: June 6th
When Lance’s ’93 Buick breaks down in the middle of nowhere, he finds himself drifting farther from home and closer to a girl who makes him feel a way he’s never felt before-like himself.

Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Release date: June 6th
Years ago, Rachel had a crush on Henry Jones. The day before she moved away, she tucked a love letter into his favorite book in his family’s bookshop. She waited. But Henry never came.

Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios
Publisher: Henry Holt
Release date: June 13th
Enter Gavin: charming, talented, adored. Controlling. Dangerous. When Grace and Gavin fall in love, Grace is sure it’s too good to be true. She has no idea their relationship will become a prison.

Be True to Me by Adele Griffin
Publisher: Algonquin Books
Release date: June 13th
Could it be true? Instead of a summer playing handmaiden to Daphne, was I being delivered something entirely different–a summer in the spotlight? A summer starring Gil Burke and me?

The Bone Queen: A Pellinor Prequel by Alison Croggon
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Release date: June 13th
After being seduced into sorcery by an agent of the Dark, the promising Bard Cadvan of Lirigon recklessly unleashed the terrible Bone Queen, bringing destruction down upon Annar.

Down Among the Sticks and Bones (Wayward Children #2) by Seanan McGuire
Publisher: Tor Books
Release date: June 13th
Twin sisters Jack and Jill were seventeen when they found their way home and were packed off to Eleanor West’s Home for Wayward Children. This is the story of what happened first…

The Fallen Kingdom (The Falconer #3) by Elizabeth May
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Release date: June 13th
Aileana Kameron, resurrected by ancient fae magic, returns to the world she once knew with no memory of her past and with dangerous powers she struggles to control.

Julia Defiant (The Witch’s Child #2) by Catherine Egan
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Release date: June 13th
Julia and a mismatched band of revolutionaries, scholars, and thieves have crossed the world searching for a witch. But for all the miles traveled, they are no closer to finding Ko Dan.

The Leaf Reader by Emily Arsenault
Publisher: Soho Teen
Release date: June 13th
Marnie Wells knows she creeps people out, but she comes face-to-face with the occult when she discovers her ability to read tea leaves might help solve the mystery of a classmate’s disappearance.

Little Wrecks by Meredith Miller
Publisher: HarperCollins
Release date: June 13th
Ruth, Magda and Isabel refuse to become willing participants of fake lives. Instead, they are determined to fight every condescending comment, every unwelcome touch, and every lie they’ve been told.

Midnight at the Electric by Jodi Lynn Anderson
Publisher: HarperTeen
Release date: June 13th
Adri has been handpicked to live on Mars. But weeks before launch, she discovers the journal of a girl who lived more than a hundred years ago and is drawn into the mystery surrounding her fate.

More of Me by Kathryn Evans
Publisher: Amulet Books
Release date: June 13th
To the rest of the world, Teva is a normal teenager. But when she goes home, she’s anything but normal. Due to a genetic abnormality, Teva unwillingly clones herself every year.

Murder Among the Stars (Girl About Town #2) by Adam Shankman & Laura L. Sullivan
Publisher: Atheneum Books
Release date: June 13th
A murderer is picking off the young Hollywood starlets gathered at the swanky Hearst Castle, and Lulu Kelly might be next—unless she can find the killer first.

Obsidian and Stars (Ivory and Bone #2) by Julie Eshbaugh
Publisher: HarperTeen
Release date: June 13th
She’s survived a battle, but now with the lives of her loved ones resting on her shoulders, Mya must make a move before the enemies of her past become the undoing of her future.

Our Dark Duet (Monsters of Verity #2) by Victoria Schwab
Publisher: Greenwillow
Release date: June 13th
Kate Harker is a girl who isn’t afraid of the dark. She’s a girl who hunts monsters. And she’s good at it. August Flynn is a monster who can never be human. No matter how much he once yearned for it.

Post-High School Reality Quest by Meg Eden
Publisher: California Coldblood
Release date: June 13th
Buffy’s your typical cosplaying, retro-gaming, con-going geek girl, but as her high school graduation approaches, she finds she has an unwelcome guest in her mind: <>the text parser.

Roar by Cora Carmack
Publisher: Tor Teen
Release date: June 13th
As the sole heir of Pavan, Aurora’s been groomed to be the perfect queen. She’s intelligent and brave and honorable. But she’s yet to show any trace of the magic she’ll need to protect her people.

Saints and Misfits by S.K. Ali
Publisher: Salaam Reads
Release date: June 13th
There are three types of people in this world: saints, misfits, and monsters. Like the monster at my mosque. People think he’s holy, untouchable, but nobody has seen under the mask. Except me.

Soldier Boy by Keely Hutton
Publisher: Farrar Straus Giroux
Release date: June 13th
Ricky Richard Anywar, abducted at age 14 in 1989 to fight with Joseph Kony’s rebel army in Uganda’s decades-long civil war, is trained, armed, and forced to fight, but never stops dreaming of escape.

The Suffering Tree by Elle Cosimano
Publisher: Disney Hyperion
Release date: June 13th
Tori Burns and her family left D.C. for claustrophobic Chaptico, Maryland, after suddenly inheriting a house under mysterious circumstances. That inheritance puts her at odds with the entire town.

Summer Unscripted by Jen Klein
Publisher: Random House
Release date: June 13th
Rainie doesn’t have a “passion” like her friends do. She’s more of a dabbler—quick to give up and move on. But as graduation approaches, she wishes she had more direction. Enter: boy.

Thief’s Cunning (Assassin’s Heart #2) by Sarah Ahiers
Publisher: HarperTeen
Release date: June 13th
Betrayed, Allegra turns to Nev, a Traveler boy whose presence makes her feel alive in ways she’s only dreamed of. But getting caught up in Nev’s world has consequences Allegra never saw coming.

An Uninterrupted View of the Sky by Melanie Crowder
Publisher: Philomel Books
Release date: June 13th
It’s 1999 in Bolivia, and when his father is arrested on false charges and sent to prison, Francisco and his sister are left with no choice: They must move into the prison with their father.

Want by Cindy Pon
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Release date: June 13th
Jason Zhou survives in a divided society where the elite use their wealth to buy longer lives. Frustrated by his city’s corruption, Zhou is determined to change things, no matter the cost.

We Come Apart by Sarah Crossan & Brian Conaghan
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Children’s
Release date: June 13th
Nicu has emigrated from Romania and is struggling to find his place in his new home. Meanwhile, Jess’s home life is overshadowed by violence. What starts out as friendship slowly blossoms into romance.

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Lucy Nisbet

Lucy is an English teacher-in-training and a self-confessed book nerd. She often buys more books than she can reasonably afford or possibly have time to read. Her Hogwarts letter is now several years too late, but she’s sure it’s just gotten lost in the post.

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