New YA: October 19-25.
Famous in Love, by Rebecca Serle
On Two Feet and Wings, by Abbas Kazerooni
Snake Bite (Sherlock Holmes: The Legend Begins), by Andrew Lane
Loop, by Karen Akins
Beware the Wild, by Natalie C. Parker
The Sorcerer Heir ((The Heir Chronicles, Book 5)), by Cinda Williams Chima
The Ice Dragon, by George R. R. Martin and Luis Royo
The Raven Cycle #3: Blue Lily, Lily Blue, by Maggie Stiefvater
New paperbacks (that I've read):
Picture Me Gone, by Meg Rosoff:
...about family and friendship and secrets and lies and grief and guilt and blame and shame. We don't see a lot of contemporary children's fiction or YA that looks closely at adult issues and interactions from a child's perspective—A.S. King talks quite a bit about that in this interview, which is very much worth a read—and that's a real shame: after all, so much of childhood and adolescence is about trying to understand, deconstruct, and emulate the actions and relationships of adults.