Chill Factor and Windfall, by Rachel Caine
As mindless and not always self-consistent fluff go, these are AWESOME. Seriously.
Prairie, by Candace Savage
The text was a bit dry in places - more textbook-y than I was expecting, but in others it shone. And I loved the pictures.
Ungifted, by Gordon Korman
This book is about a trouble-making middle school kid who accidentally gets sent to the gifted magnet school instead of suspended. I feared the didacticism involved might overwhelm the humor... but, it's Gordon Korman. Too zany and full of love for that.
The Boy Book, by E. Lockhart
Ruby Oliver is one of my favorite teen protagonists, and I think this was my favorite of all four books. Inhaled this.
What Really Happened Is This, by Dianne Hicks Morrow
Autobiographical short poems. When I was a little girl, Dianne was one of my favorite grown-ups, so my affection for this book is predictable. :)
Sleep Demons, by Bill Hayes
Thoughtful mix of memoir and history about insomnia and other sleep disorders. Enjoyable, undemanding, and occasionally transcendent.
Night Child, by Jes Battis
Fun. Maybe not quite as much my thing as the pop-culture academic non-fiction by the same author - but fun enough to keep me interested in reading more.
The Cold Smell of Sacred Stone, by George C. Chesbro (reread)
All of these mysteries are weird, but this one is especially weird: how to deal with the world when the world has decided your brother is a messiah... anyway, I still loved it - I have such good memories of teenage me sitting in the library reading this series :).