This is the latest installment in a new series where the HuffPost Teen editors round up five things they're excited about each week -- from new video games, to books, to viral videos, to entertainment news. Check out this week's picks in the slideshow below, and email or tweet @HuffPostTeen with your suggestions!

This week, we're counting down the days until the release of YA novel Tiger Lily -- an imaginative retelling of the Peter Pan story -- and the release of chess-meets-Dungeons-and-Dragons PS3 game Dungeon Twister. Honorable mention goes to MTV's "Awkward," which, after only one episode, has gotten us hooked for the rest of the summer.

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  • Gabby Douglas Doing The Dougie

    There were a lot of highlights of Sunday night's women's gymnastics Olympic Trials, but our favorite moment of the night might have to be when triumphant first-place finisher, Gabby Douglas, did the dougie during a post-competition interview with NBC Sports. As one commenter noted, someone NEEDS to make this into a gif.

  • "Tiger Lily" by Jodi Lynn Anderson

    This buzzworthy fantasy novel, set for release later this month, is on our summer must-read list. Young Tiger Lily is dreading her arranged marriage with a giant, so she sneaks off into the forest to escape and ends up running off with the Lost Boys in this beautiful retelling of the classic <em>Peter Pan</em> story.

  • Skateboarder Street Style

    We're obsessed with the newest trend in street style blogs that showcase awesome skater style. Our fave? <a href="http://skartorialist.blogspot.com/" target="_hplink">The Skatorialist</a>, a clever spinoff of the original street style blog, The Sartorialist.

  • Kristen Stewart For Balenciaga

    Nobody does awkward-chic better than K-Stew, and she's at her high-fashion finest in the print ad for Balenciaga's new fragrance, "Florabotania."

  • Dungeon Twister For PS3

    The latest board-game-turned-video-game, Dungeon Twister, is an awesome and slightly addictive new game coming to Play Stations this week. Creator Christophe Boelinger describes as "a mix between chess and Dungeons & Dragons." We're game!