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Young Adult Humor Books
Devine Intervention
by Martha Brockenbrough

In order to graduate from heaven's soul rehabilitation program for wayward teenagers, guardian angel Jerome must keep 16-year-old Heidi safe, but when he accidentally lets her down, he has only 24 hours before her soul dissolves forever.
Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!
by James Patterson

A follow-up to the #1 New York Times best-seller, Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, continues the misadventures of Rafe, who after being happily accepted into art school in a big city discovers more academic rigor and competition than he expected, compelling him to find inspiration in other exciting activities.
How to Ruin a Summer Vacation
by Simone Elkeles

When sixteen-year-old Amy, a spoiled American, goes to Israel for a three-month summer vacation with a father she barely knows, she is not prepared for his Jewish family and the changes they bring about in her life
Knucklehead : Tall Tales & Mostly True Stories about Growing Up Scieszka
by Jon Scieszka

Babysitting mishaps, lazy summer days by the lake, and silly childhood pranks are remembered in this amusing memoir of the life of an adventurous young boy growing up in a family with six brothers.
My Most Excellent Year : A Novel of Love, Mary Poppins, & Fenway Park
by Steve Kluger

While T.C. tries to get Aléjandra to fall in love with him, Aléjandra struggles with the pressures of being the daughter of a diplomat, in an amusing young adult reader about life, love, family, and friendship. 10,000 first printing.
Beauty Queens
by Libba Bray

When a plane full of teenage beauty queens crashes on a desert island, stranding them away from tiaras and technology, their inherently competitive natures combine with the wild challenges they encounter in survival-testing and hilarious ways.
Beat the Band
by Don Calame

A sequel to Swim the Fly follows the 10th-grade experiences of Coop, who is partnered with the notorious Helen for a health class presentation on safe sex, a humiliation he hopes to counter by winning a "Battle of the Bands" competition.
Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie
by David Lubar

Dealing with bullies, the separation of old friends, and unsuccessful romances as a high school student, Scott decides to write a journal for his younger sibling in order to give him a helpful guide for surviving all the dramas, struggles, and issues he will be forced to face when he gets put into the game.
I Am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to Be Your Class President
by Josh Lieb

When his father teases him about the upcoming middle-school election, 12-year-old Oliver Watson is so insulted he decides to run, but despite being an evil genius with plans for world domination and already one of the richest people in the world, Oliver finds making friends to be his greatest challenge of all.
Fat Vampire : A Never Coming of Age Story
by Adam Rex

When Doug Lee ends up cursed with being fat and 15 forever, his vampire existence becomes even more complicated when he falls hard for the new Indian exchange student and has the star of Vampire Hunters hot on his trail.
Swim the Fly
by Don Calame

In addition to the pact he made with his two best friends to see a naked girl by the end of summer, 15-year-old Matt Gratton is even more determined to impress the star of the swim team, Kelly West, with his athletic abilities and so makes a personal goal to swim the 100-yard butterfly in order to catch her eye.