American literature

I Survived the Japanese Tsunami by Lauren Tarshis

The collection of stories "I Survived" by Lauren Tarshis, an American writer, is one of the most attractive and best-selling story collections in the field of children's and youth literature, which has been well received both in the United States and in other countries.

Planet of exile‎ by Ursula K. Le Guin

More than fifty years have passed since the book "Planet of Exile" was written, but the narration of Legoin's intellectual concerns are still fresh and it seems that he wrote his book for today's audience. Planet of Exile tells the story of a group of inhabitants of the earth who went to another planet for a research mission, but now all their communication channels with the outside world are cut off and they are treated like exiled people.

Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover

A young mother fights to get a place in her child's life. But is there a place for him? 

After spending five years in prison for making a tragic mistake, Kenna Rowan returns to the same city where she committed this mistake in hopes of seeing her four-year-old daughter. But obviously, it is not possible to rebuild the bridges that he destroyed behind him. No matter how hard Kenna tries to prove herself, everyone associated with her daughter closes the door on her.

Sold On Monday Book By Kristina McMorris

An officer, upon learning of my involvement, announced that a detective would be here shortly to speak with me. That man is now sitting in front of me...

Spin the Dawn by Elizabeth Lim

Spin the Dawn is a teenage fantasy about a young girl who puts herself in her brother's place to compete for the role of the Emperor's tailor and embarks on a journey to sew three magical garments made of the sun, moon and stars.
Spinning the dawn is an exciting adventure with the splendor of velvet and the delicacy of embroidery. A story that is both an epic adventure and a fairy tale.

The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness

The book "Question and Answer" is a novel written by "Patrick Ness", which was first published in 2009. Two teenagers named "Tod" and "Viola" have taken refuge in the city of "Hyun" after escaping from a scary and anti-ideal city called "Prentice Town". However, they soon find out that the mayor of "Prentice Town", an evil but powerful and charismatic man, has arrived earlier than them and plans to gain control of the entire planet.

The cheerleaders Book by Kara Thomas

First, that accident happened. Two girls died on a rainy night after an accident with a tree. A little later, those murders happened. Two girls were killed by a neighbor. The police shot the killer, so no one will understand his motivation. Monica's sister was the last cheerleader to die.

Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune

Welcome to Karen Pass. Where the tea is hot and the cookies are fresh and the ghosts walk through. When a messenger appears at Wallace Price's funeral, Wallace suspects that he may be dead; And when Hugo, the owner of a certain tea house, tells Wallace that he will help him cross, Wallace is convinced that he is definitely dead.

What She Left (Book by Ellen Marie Wiseman)

Ten years ago, Izzy Stone's mother killed her father in her sleep. Izzy, who was devastated by the apparent madness of her mother and the death of her father, was seventeen years old and had never visited her mother in Bedford prison during those years.