Mary Beth Miller
Everyone believes that Zoe helped her friend Aimee commit suicide. Through her journal writings, Zoe comes to realize that no one could have helped Aimee, but Zoe can still help herself.
Jeffry W. Johnston
This debut title tells the story of a teen affected by flashes of memory following an accident and how he must face the truth about who he is--and what he has done.
Get Well Soon
Drawing from her own experiences in a mental hospital as a teen, Halpern delivers a brave--and brazen--novel that finds humor in the unlikeliest of places.
Honk If You Hate Me
Blamed for ruining her town by burning down a factory ten years earlier, sixteen-year-old Monalisa Kent decides to take charge of her life but is unprepared for the revelations and revolution that follow.
Three teens from different backgrounds who meet in Aspen Springs, Nevada after each has attempted suicide connect with each other in a way they never have with anyone else before.
Zach, a sixteen-year-old with schizophrenia, is caught up in the events surrounding an attempted robbery by two other teens who eventually hold him hostage.
Stay With Me
When her sister kills herself, sixteen-year-old Leila goes looking for a reason and, instead, discovers great love, her family's true history, and what her own place in it is.
Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes
Eric and Sarah have been friends since junior high, when his weight and her scars made them outcasts. In high school, Eric has slimmed and Sarah doesn't let being an outsider hurt her. Now she sits silent in a hospital. Can Eric uncover her secret before it puts them both in danger?
Th1rteen R3easons Why
When Clay receives a box in the mail containing thirteen cassette tapes recorded by his high school classmate Hannah, who committed suicide, he spends a bewildering and heartbreaking night crisscrossing their town, listening to Hannah's voice recounting the events leading up to her death.
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