If you’re looking for some new novels to keep your mind occupied this summer, then look no further than Sky Pony Press. They have a wide selection of titles for children, teens, young adults and adults. Today I want to introduce you to four titles that are perfect for teens and older.
Call Me Sunflower by Miriam Spitzer Franklin
Sunflower Beringer loathes her first name. She also hates that her mother has left her father behind in New Jersey and uprooted the family in a move to North Carolina. Not only was her dad left behind but her beloved cat and all of her friends. Now they’re staying with a grandmother she barely knows and Sunny is miserable.
Then she comes up with a plan. She calls it “Sunny Beringer’s Totally Awesome Plan for Romance.” With this plan she hopes to find ways to make her parents fall madly in love again. Will she succeed? To find out, click HERE for your book.
The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die by Randall Platt
Set in 1939 Poland, our protagonist Arab knows that standing up for anything, especially her Jewish family, will just place a target on her back. Arab decides to disguise herself as an Aryan boy. She then leads her street gang and they work to sell whatever they can steal. Though she started the war with only staying alive in mind, someone asks for her help with a covert rescue mission. She knows this could surely lead to death, but if she doesn’t help, then who will? To learn what happens next, click HERE for your copy.
Cold Summer by Gwen Cole
Today Kale Jackson is a high school drop out with no future. Tomorrow, he’s a soldier in World War II. Kale has spent years trying to control his time traveling abilities, because one day he’s a sharpshooter at war in 1945, and the next, just a high school drop out. His time in war has left him PTSD and a strained relationship with his father and the few friends he has left. Kale has to work tirelessly to hide his battle wounds from everyone because no one knows his time travel secret. To read more, click HERE for your copy.
The Duke of Bannerman Prep by Katie A. Nelson
Bannerman Prep recruited Tanner McKay when he argued his public school’s debate team to victory last year. Bannerman Prep wants that trophy for their elite private school. They pair Tanner with flashy school play boy Duke. However Duke has other plans. To read more, click HERE.
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