This month we look at Sagittarius, the zodiac sign for people born November 23 - December 21.
Adventurous, down for trying something new, loves to travel, optimistic, friendly, open-minded, energetic, a natural-born leader, doesn't like to be told what to do, honest and lucky.
Whether you’re a Sagittarius or can just relate to these traits, these teen books might appeal to the archer in you.
I'll Be the One (ebook)
I'll Be the One (book)
Skye is sick of the rules that society, media and her mom place on plus size girls. She doesn’t let these unfair ideas stop her from auditioning for a competition looking for the next K-Pop star. When Skye’s selected to move on to the next round, she’s swept up in a world of fame, attention and critique. Skye is not sure how to navigate all this unwanted attention and will need to muster all her inner strength to handle the negative feedback. Sagittarius readers will cheer Skye on as she follows her dreams and never takes no for an answer.
Hunted by the Sky (book)
An ancient prophecy predicting the death of King of Ambar by a girl with a star birthmark has forced Gul to be on the run her whole life. Gul was born with a star birthmark and has the ability to use magic. When Gul’s parents are killed trying to protect her from the King’s men, she is taken in by the Sisterhood of the Golden Lotus. There she learns how to fight back and seeks revenge against all who hurt her. A fast-paced fantasy that will appeal to Sagittarius readers looking for an intense adventure and commanding characters.
Gotham High (ebook)
This colorful graphic novel is a twist on the well-known Batman story. The story follows a teenage Bruce in Gotham city as he faces the struggles of high school, old enemies and a shocking kidnapping. Sagittarius Bruce has a hard time being told what to do, and his blunt honesty can get him into trouble. As Batman, he’s a born leader who will stop at nothing to protect those he loves.
Love & Other Train Wrecks (ebook)
Love & Other Train Wrecks (book)
Noah believes in the power of love. He’s traveling home to try and get back together with his first love. Ammy thinks love is a joke. She’s traveling home to live with a dad who she barely knows. The two teens decide to work together to find a way home when their train breaks down during a snowstorm. As they navigate the snowy roads, they learn love isn’t something you believe in, but something unpredictable and hopeful. Sagittarius readers will appreciate Noah and Ammy’s open-minded attitude about love in this sweet, travel romance.