I have been reading this summer and some of these below, I've already reviewed or mentioned. There will be more to come on that front, but just to keep up with the official numbers:
20. Small Steps by Louis Sachar
21. Loser by Jerry Spinelli
22. Eggs by Jerry Spinelli
23. Fairest by Gail Carson Levine
24. The Queen's Lover by Francine du Plessix Gray
Also, Short Story #3
3. The Miniature Wife by Manuel Gonzalez
I didn't have time to read more than the titular story in the book I borrowed from the library.
Ay carumba, it was terrifying! Imagine a combination of Honey! I Shrunk the Kids, Gulliver's encounter with the Lilliputians, and the end of any run-of-the-mill horror flick, and you've got a pretty good idea of where this is headed. Gonzalez has a clean, sardonic prose that reminds me of soulless male narrators from Ishiguro to Rushdie. It's not my favorite style, but I imagine many modern-literary types would be intrigued.