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 have our nose buried in Mothership, a funny but thought-provoking new novel that takes teen pregnancy into the year 2074, and we're intrigued by a bakery that prints your favorite Instagram snaps onto cinnamon sugar cookies. Honorable mention goes to news of the Backstreet Boys' 2013 reunion and upcoming album!

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  • This Book

    In the age of <em>16 And Pregnant</em>, a YA novel about teen pregnancy is hardly a surprise. But <em><a href="" target="_hplink">Mothership</a></em>, the new novel by Martin Leicht and Isla Neal, take the issue aboard a spaceship in 2074. Protagonist Elvie Nara not only deals with her pregnancy, but also tackles relationship issues while kicking some serious alien butt.

  • This Magazine Cover

    You can't deny it, Justin Bieber knows how to rock a <a href="" target="_hplink">magazine cover</a>. Next up, he appears on the <a href="" target="_hplink">August issue of <em>Rolling Stone</a></em>, which hits newsstands July 20. He <a href="" target="_hplink">tells the mag</a>, "I feel like I carry myself in a more manly way. I don't carry myself as a boy."

  • These Cookies

    New York bakery Baking For Good will transform your <a href="" target="_hplink">Instagram snapshots into cinnamon sugar cookies</a>, so you can turn that series of photos from your vacation in Paris into yummy snacks for the whole fam. A box of six will cost you $36, but 15 percent of proceeds go to a charity of your choice.

  • This Sequel

    It looks like <em>Finding Nemo </em>will "just keep swimming" -- <a href="" target="_hplink">Deadline reports</a> that the sequel is the works. <em>Finding Nemo</em> will also be re-released in theaters on September 14 in 3D.

  • This Move

    Hoops star Jeremy Lin has signed a <a href="" target="_hplink">three-year contract with the Houston Rockets</a> for about $25 million, with $14.9 million guaranteed in his third year. Texans rejoice and New Yorkers bemoan the loss of their star player as Linsanity goes West.