Love these titles and want more? Subscribe to our newsletters at mcdl.info/newsletters. Nightshade Revenge by Anthony Horowitz Alex Rider is back on a new adventure into augmented reality, which may prove to be his most difficult challenge yet. With a Little Luck by Marissa Meyer Jude finds a twentysided die that changes his whole life for the better—until it’s lost, and his luck plummets. I Hope This Doesn’t Find You by Ann Liang Sadie is the perfect student and friend, and never has a bad thing to say about anyone—until the day her vicious email drafts are accidentally sent out. Somewhere In the Deep by Tanvi Berwah A fast-paced, South Asian-inspired fantasy about a teen girl who must battle undersea monsters to earn her freedom. Ruthless Vows by Rebecca Ross The sequel to Divine Rivals finds Roman and Iris in even greater danger as they try to end the war. Teen Book Buzz 9 Events for Teens Hungry Games Buckeye - Wed., Feb. 7, 12:15 pm Choose your alliance and gather ingredients to defeat your opponents with a delicious creation. Hot Cocoa with Mittens * Highland - Wed., Feb. 7, 3:00 pm Sip cocoa and make a pair of fleece mittens. DIY Squishmallows * Seville - Sat., Feb. 10, 1:00 pm Grades 4-12 - Turn a fuzzy sock into a pocket size Squishmallow. Be My ValenSLIME! Buckeye - Wed., Feb. 14, 2:15 pm Create Valentine themed slime. Puppy Love * Medina - Wed., Feb. 14, 3:30 pm Snuggle therapy dogs, make a craft, and enjoy a sweet treat. Make It Monday * Lodi - Mon., Feb. 19, 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Create origami, Shrinky Dinks, alcohol ink art, and LEGO structures. Fondue Fun * Brunswick - Tues., Feb. 20, 6:00 - 7:30 pm - Find the tastiest food combinations to dip in melted cheese and chocolate. Carnival Games Buckeye - Wed., Feb. 21, 2:15 pm Enjoy carnival games and treats, and compete for prizes. Italian Soda Social * Seville - Wed., Feb. 21, 6:00 pm Grades 4-12 - Make delicious Italian soda with friends. Leap Day Eve Party Buckeye - Wed., Feb. 28, 2:15 pm Celebrate Leap Day with games, prizes, and birthday cake. Local Scholarship Applications High school seniors planning on attending college, non-traditional students, and graduates going directly into the workforce can all benefit from local and regional scholarship opportunities at mcdl.info/Scholarships. Scholarship money is available through organizations, agencies, and businesses to help cover tuition, college supplies, and even the cost of tools for those entering the trades. Application deadlines are often in February, March, and April so that recipients can be selected and scholarships awarded before the end of the school year. Scholarships’ amounts and deadlines will vary each year. *Register for this event at your library or at mcdl.info/events.