Michael's parents have moved the family from Buffalo, New York, to Edmonton, Canada. Michael has to start over with a new school, a new country, and maybe a new gender. Hey, It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time.
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Peter's Huang's father insists that he be the perfect, macho, heterosexual son. How does Peter explain that he's not any of those things?
Alt-history and sci-fi collide in this world where the British Empire still exists and matchmaking is done genetically.
This one season Canadian drama makes women the heroes of the frontier.
Meet Girl Mans Up's Pen, a teenage girl who doesn't conform to anybody's standards but her own.
Jenny Manzer explores grief and music in Save Me, Kurt Cobain.
Three hipsters organize The Truth Commission to root out the veracity of all the gossip at their school. I'm sure everyone will be pleased.
No matter how smart or popular anyone is, Susin Nielsen's middle grade contemporary is a reminder that We Are All Made of Molecules.
Mix one part post-apocalyptic plot with three parts science fiction (and throw in an surprising ending and unexpected humor to taste) and you’ve got Erin Bow’s new novel, The Scorpion Rules.
Join FYA on a trip to the home of Anne of Green Gables.
In How to Win at High School, Owen Matthews takes winning up the Charlie Sheen level.
Check it and see - Through Fire and Sea by Nicole Luiken is a fantasy worth taking a chance on.
Ponies! Ponies ponies ponies. Okay, there is also some good old-fashioned, made-for-a-drinking-game teen drama, too.
Kendare Blake's Anna Dressed in Blood hits all the right horror and humor notes.
Who I'm Not by Ted Staunton. A family is missing their son. And a son returns to them. Are we going to split hairs about if it's the same kid?
Lauren Morrill's Being Sloane Jacob is about an identity swap between a figure skater and a hockey player, so YEAH OBVIOUSLY Mandy W. would be game.
The Troop by Nick Cutter reveals the ultimate weight loss diet. No, not the parasites, reading this book before lunch.
This Canadian wartime drama is the bomb dot com.
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