Teen Book Horoscope: Gemini

Welcome to your teen book horoscope. In this blog series, I look at the current zodiac sign and suggest books based on the traits and characteristics assigned to that sign.

This month we look at Gemini, the zodiac sign for people born May 21 - June 21.



Character Traits:

Curious, witty, loves talking and enjoys a good debate, knows a little about a lot of things, fast moving/fast learner, follows trends, likes to travel, doesn't like being alone, unemotional, easy going and down for trying anything.

Whether you’re a Gemini or can just relate to these traits, these teen books might appeal to the twin in you. This month all titles are in eBook format due to the closure of King County Library System library buildings in response to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Emergency Contact

Sam and Penny meet by chance and end up being each other’s emergency contacts. They start texting constantly, sharing all their secrets and thoughts over the phone. But what happens when they meet in person? Will they still get along? Gemini readers will relate to Sam and Penny’s relationship based on talking and debating.

They Wish They Were Us

It's Jill's senior year at a fancy boarding school and hopefully it's better than last year when her best friend was murdered. However things take a turn for the worse when she finds out that the person she thought was the killer is actually innocent. Jill will need her Gemini traits of curiosity and quick thinking to solve the mystery and track down the real killer.

Shadow of the Batgirl

Cassandra is the daughter of villains and has been trained as a weapon of destruction. When her idol Batgirl goes missing, Cassandra makes the decision to turn good. This graphic novel about a super villain turned superhero is perfect for the two conflicting sides of a Gemini.


Like many Geminis, Rico is a fast worker who’s good at a lot of things and tries not too get emotional about her stressful life. When she sells a winning lottery ticket that never gets claimed, Rico decides to track the winner down in hopes they’ll share the money.