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Red Pyramid (Kane Chronicles - Book 1) by Rick Riordan
From the author that brought us the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series comes an all-new series featuring the brother and sister team of Carter and Sadie Kane.
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Winners Announced!
The winners of the teen photo contest, Take Your Best Shot! have just been announced. To see if you might be among them, check out the
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Upcoming Titles
Watch the shelves at your local library this month for these titles new in January.
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The Line by Teri Hall
Rachel's whole life is the Property and the Line. Ever since she can remember, Rachel has lived on the Property,
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Heist Society by Ally Carter
On her first family vacation Kat can remember, her mom and dad took her to the Louvre to case it. As a gift for her seventh birthday, her uncle Eddie took Kat to Austria to steal the crown jewels. Now Kat is fifteen, and she is planning her own successful cons.
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Crocodile Tears by Anthony Horowitz
Alex's latest adventure with MI6 doesn't even seem worthy of Alex's considerable espionage skills. All MI6 needs Alex to do is download some computer data while he is on a school trip to a lab that specializes in the genetic engineering of plants. Unfortunately, Alex doesn't get away with
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Upcoming Titles
Watch the shelves at your local library this month for these titles new in February.
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A Season of Gifts by Richard Peck
If you've read A Long Way from Chicago or A Year Down Yonder, you will definitely remember Grandma Dowdel. And for those of you who might be new to this character, she is not the cookie-baking, scarf-knitting, crawl-into-your-lap-for-a-story type of grandma.
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Bullet Point by Peter Abrahams
The only thing about high school that Wyatt even remotely cares about has been cut. Baseball, along with the rest of the sports programs, is no longer
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Wish You Were Dead by Todd Strasser
This book begins with five posts by anonymous blogger Str-S-d, and ends with: "I'll begin with Lucy. She is definitely first on the list.
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Boys, Bears, and a Serious Pair of Hiking Boots by Abby McDonald
Jenna's life is her Green Teens organization in suburban New Jersey where she organizes petitions and protests to save what little green space remains. When it looks like her mom and dad may split up and decide to spend the summer apart, Jenna advocates for herself to spend the summer in the wilds of Canada with her godmother, Suzie, enjoying all the wildlife she so fervently tries to protect. But from the very first minute of her arrival in nowhere Canada, Jenna is
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Boys, Girls, and Other Hazardous Materials by Rosalind Wiseman
Trying to escape her middle school history with two treacherous frenemies, Charlie Healy enrolls in the neighboring high school, Harmony Falls, for her freshman year. This is Charlieís chance for a clean slate. Unfortunately, her plan goes awry.
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Upcoming Titles
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Only the Good Spy Young by Ally Carter
Only the Good Spy Young by Ally Carter - At the end of the third book, Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover, the Gallagher Girls are in a really difficult situation. Cammie has just found out that she, not Macey McHenry, has been the target all along. And the most frustrating thing is that no one has any idea why the bad guys are after her. Although it might have something to do with
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By the Time You Read This, I'll Be Dead by Julie Anne Peters
By the Time You Read This, I'll Be Dead by Julie Anne Peters - That is the promise that Daelyn makes to herself at the beginning of the book.
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Food, Girls, and Other Things I Can't Have by Allen Zadoff
Food, Girls, and Other Things I Can't Have by Allen Zadoff - Andy Zansky is actually only the second fattest kid in his high school weighing in at 306 pounds. On the very first day of his sophomore year, Andy discovers,
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Front and Center by Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Front and Center by Catherine Gilbert Murdock - In this final book of the Dairy Queen trilogy, D.J. Schwenk needs to decide what happens in her life after
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Into the Wild Nerd Yonder by Julie Halpern
Into the Wild Nerd Yonder by Julie Halpern - Jessie is starting her sophomore year of high school, and on her first day of school, she discovers that her two best friends, Bizza and Char, have transformed
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Jumped by Rita Williams-Garcia
Jumped by Rita Williams-Garcia - The only thing Dominique wants is to be back playing basketball with her team. But after an impassioned plea goes unheard, and she is still benched because of poor grades, Dominique is seething with rage early one school morning. Enter Trina, a girl in the wrong place at the wrong time.
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Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks by Lauren Myracle
Peace, Love, and Baby Ducks by Lauren Myracle - Just returning from a summer spent trail breaking in the Tennessee mountains, Carly is ready to challenge the privileged world of her wealthy Atlanta suburb. Upon returning home though, Carly discovers that her little sister, Anna, has
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Fire by Kristin Cashore
Fire by Kristine Cashore - Fire is the last of her kind. On the opposite side of the world that was inhabited by Katsa and Po in Graceling, they do not have gracelings. Instead in the Dells, they have monsters which are exceptionally beautiful versions of the various animals, all with the ability to take over and control your mind. And Fire is the last of the human monsters
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New Books
Watch the shelves at your local library this month for these titles new in April.
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New Teen Audio Books
Watch the shelves at your local library this month for these audio books new in March.
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Deadline for Teen Poetry Project Approaches ...
The deadline for the Teen Poetry Project is this Thursday, March 17. Be sure to
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Winners Announced!
The winners of the Teen Poetry Project have just been announced. To see if you might be among them, check out the poetry contest page. Congratulations!
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New Books
Watch the shelves at your local library this month for these titles new in August.
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New Contest: Picture It @ Your Library
The Picture It @ Your Library Contest starts now! Enter to win cash prizes. Check your local library for more details or click here for the entry form and sample glog.
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Still Time Left - Picture It @ Your Library Contest
There is still time left to help us celebrate Teen Read Week by creating a virtual poster for your favorite teen book or series. Log on to Glogster.com and use their helpful tools to
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Contest Ends this Saturday
The deadline is fast approaching for the Picture It @ Your Library Contest. Glogs and entry forms must be received no later than this Saturday, October 22. Enter to win cash prizes. Check your local library for more details.
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New Books
Watch the shelves at your local library this month for these titles new in November.
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New Teen Audio Books
Watch the shelves at your local library this month for these audio books new this fall.
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'Twas the _____ Before Christmas Contest
All this month at any Mansfield/Richland County Public Library location, you can enter the 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas Contest. All you need to do is provide the words we ask for on the entry form, and we will do the rest. Your words will be integrated into the famous 'Twas the Night Before Christmas" poem Madlibs-style. And of course, one lucky winner will receive gift certificates to Cinemark in a drawing at the end of the contest.
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'Twas the ____ Before Christmas Contest
Here are a few more 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas contest entries for you to enjoy.
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More 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas Fun
Enjoy even more holiday fun with these entries in our 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas! Remember it's not too late for you to take part too. Visit any Mansfield/Richland County Public Library location, complete an entry form, and turn it in for your chance to win gift certificates to Cinemark and see your entry featured here.
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More 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas Fun
Take a break from all of your holiday preparations with these entries in our 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas! Remember it's not too late for you to take part too. Visit any Mansfield/Richland County Public Library location after the holiday, complete an entry form, and turn it in for your chance to win gift certificates to Cinemark and see your entry featured here.
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More 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas Fun
Merry Christmas! Enjoy these entries in our 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas! Remember it's not too late for you to take part too. Visit any Mansfield/Richland County Public Library location after the holiday, complete an entry form, and turn it in for your chance to win gift certificates to Cinemark and see your entry featured here.
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It's Not Too Late!
It's not too late to enter the 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas Contest! But before you head down to your local library check out these entries. Then visit any Mansfield/Richland County Public Library location before the end of the month, complete an entry form, and turn it in for your chance to win gift certificates to Cinemark and see your entry featured here.
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Two More Days Left
There are only 2 days left to enter the 'Twas the ____ Before Christmas Contest! But before you head down to your local library check out these entries. Then visit any Mansfield/Richland County Public Library location before the end of the month, complete an entry form, and turn it in for your chance to win gift certificates to Cinemark and see your entry featured here.
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Winners Announced!
The winners of the teen photo contest, Take Your Best Shot! have just been announced. To see if you might be among them, check out the
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Winners Announced!
The winners of the Teen Poetry Project have just been announced. To see if you might be among them, check out
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Book Review
In Legend by Marie Lu, 1500 is the magic number in June's World. That is the number that has governed her life ever since she took her Trials. 1500 is
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Legend by Marie Lu
In Legend by Marie Lu, 1500 is the magic number in June's World. That is the number that has governed her life ever since she took her Trials. 1500 is
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Winners Announced!
The winners of the teen photo contest, Take Your Best Shot! have just been announced. To see if you might be among them, check out the
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Revolver by Marcus Sedgwick
"They say that dead men tell no tales, but they're wrong. Even the dead tell stories." (page 2) And in this case the dead refers to
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Stolen by Lucy Christopher
Gemma remembers thinking what nice eyes he had when she was sitting across from him in the airport cafť. Unfortunately for her, Gemma does not notice the
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Annexed by Sharon Dogar
You've heard the old saying that every story has two sides. And in this case, you are probably already familiar with what Anne Frank had to say. Now you can see
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Wicked Girls: A Novel of the Salem Witch Trials by Stephanie Hemphill
What starts out as girls playing games turns into the most famous of all
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As Easy As Falling Off the Face of the Earth by Lynne Rae Perkins
Ry just stepped off the train to make a quick phone call. And now he finds himself stuck in the middle of nowhere when the train suddenly leaves from its unplanned maintenance stop without him. The worst part is that he
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Beat the Band by Don Calame
Cooper has plans for his sophomore year in high school. After a memorable summer where he and his two best friends, Matt and Sean, completed their goal of seeing a real naked
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Accomplice by Eireann Corrigan
They had such a good plan. It was going to bring them so much attention that colleges couldn't help but take notice of them. According to their guidance counselor,
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Blank Confession by Pete Hautman
Shayne walks into the police station and confesses to murder. But Detective Rawls canít quite believe that this quiet, new kid in town could
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Prince of Mist by Carlos Ruiz Zafůn
"A mysterious house harbors an unimaginable secret." And that is the house that Max and his family have just moved into leaving the
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Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry
The zombie apocalypse, better known as First Night, occurred more than 14 years ago. Now the world is mostly "Rot and Ruin" filled with zombies, with small pockets of
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Trash by Andy Mulligan
You probably don't think that people can live in a garbage dump. But that is exactly what Raphael and Gardo do. In fact, they are completely surrounded by
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The Mockingbirds by Daisy Whitney
"Three things I know this second: I have morning breath, Iím naked, and Iím waking up next to a boy I don't know." (page 1) Alex has been
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Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly
The revolution has ruined everything. Of course, I'm sure that's what all those innocent people think, too, right before the guillotine chops off their
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Amy and Rogerís Epic Detour by Morgan Matson
Amy tells herself that her life is better now. She finds that living alone in her familyís two-story house for the past month is easier than interacting with her
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Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Annaís senior year is ruined. Her plans for a great year included hanging out with her very best friend, continuing her employment at a job that is perfect for her, and maybe starting a relationship with that
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For the Win by Cory Doctorow
In a future so close to todayís world that it is hard to see the difference, teens play massive multiplayer online role-playing games. But not all of them are doing it because they
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Hold Me Closer, Necromancer by Lish McBride
Samís life is turned upside down after a game of potato hockey behind the hideous fast food joint where he works goes wrong. The potato takes out one of the
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Matched by Ally Condie
Cassia is living the perfect life. But so are many others too. That is what the Society is designed to do, plan and implement everything needed for everyone to lead the
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Teen Poetry Project Contest Winners Announced!
Congratulations to the 6 winners of the 2013 Teen Poetry Project Contest. Click
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Erak's Ransom by John Flanagan
Erak's Ransom actually backtracks and takes place in the timeline before Will becomes a full-fledged
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Devilís Kiss by Sarwat Chadda
Billi SanGreal is not your ordinary teen. As the only female member of a much reduced secret order of the Knights Templar, Billi has been schooled to fight and
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Epitaph Road by David Patneaude
The world of 2097 is completely changed from todayís society. Women rule the world. All wars have ceased. Crime rates are nearly nonexistent, and prisons are a thing of the past. With less money devoted to
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Incarceron by Catherine Fisher
Incarceron is a prison so vast that no one really knows the extent of it. Designed as a grand experiment, Incarceron was created with cutting-edge technology to house all the
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This World We Live In by Susan Beth Pfeffer
As you may know from Life As We Knew It and The Dead and the Gone, Alex and Julie Morales, and Miranda and her family continue to struggle for survival in
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White Cat by Holly Black
Cassel, while dreaming of a white cat, has somehow ended up on the roof of his dorm in the middle of the night. This incident is going to destroy all of the
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Double or Die: A James Bond Adventure by Charlie Higson
A professor is kidnapped at gunpoint. But not just any professor, Alexis Fairburn, the professor, just happens to be the one in charge of the
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Science Fair: A Story of Mystery, Danger, International Suspense, And a Very Nervous Frog by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Toby is in deep, deep trouble. He decided to sell a piece of his dadís priceless Star Wars memorabilia, an original Star Wars blaster, on Ebay, so that he could
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The Sorcerer of the North by John Flanagan
A few years have passed since Willís last adventures as an apprentice Ranger working with his mentor, Halt, and the Skandians to bring about peace between the two
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The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
The child that the man Jack is trying to find to kill is Nobody Owens, known to his friends as Bod. He is a
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Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta
Taylor Markham keeps getting deserted. First at the age of 11, she was abandoned by her mother on Jellicoe Road at a convenience store. Now at age 17 while living at a boarding school, she has
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What I Saw and How I Lied by Judy Blundell
Things are finally getting back to normal for Evie after World War II ends. Her step-father, Joe, has come back to her and her mother safe and sound. But after just a few weeks at home, Evie realizes that all is not
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Flygirl by Sherri Smith
All Ida Mae ever wanted to do was fly. Flying is her life. She thinks
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Seer of Shadows by Avi
Horace Carpetine has unintentionally unleashed an angry ghost on the Von Macht household. Horace had only been send by his employer, Enoch Middleton, a self-proclaimed
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The Diamond of Drury Lane by Julia Golding
Every theater in London in the 1790s needs a cat, but the Theater Royal on Drury Lane has a different sort of cat, Cat Royal, a streetwise orphan that was
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If the Witness Lied by Caroline B. Cooney
The Fountain childrenís lives read like the very worst kind of soap opera. First their mother dies to give birth to their youngest brother, Tris. During their momís pregnancy, she was diagnosed with a very aggressive cancer, and while Tris was born a healthy baby boy, their mother died within weeks of his birth. Then they lost their
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Reality Check by Peter Abrahams
Cody Laredo is on top of the world at the end of his sophomore year. He managed to pass all of his classes, squeaking by with a passing grade even in English, which means that he will be the
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The Fold by An Na
A winning lottery ticket! Wow! Wouldnít that be great? Well, that is exactly what happens to Joyceís aunt, Gomo. Whatís even better is that she wants to
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Ghost Medicine by Andrew Smith
Troy reflects back over the past summer trying to figure out where things went wrong and understand why those boys had to die. ďThat was the day when
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Little Brother by Cory Doctorow
Air raid sirens pierced the air early that afternoon, signaling a terrorist attack on San Francisco. The "voice of God," according to Marcus, orders them to
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Airman by Eoin Colfer
In fact after a particularly dangerous science experiment goes wrong in the kingís castle apartments, Conor saves the princessís
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Alabama Moon by Watt Key
On the cover of this book is a fire and the words to one of the letters that ten-year-old Moon Blake writes to his
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Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy by Ally Carter
This book is the sequel to I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You. In the first book, Cammie goes into town on a covert operation assignment and meets a
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Grimpow: The Invisible Road by Rafael Abalos
It all started with the knight they found frozen stiff on a frosty winter morning in the woods behind their cabin. But the most interesting of all is the item found clutched in the knight's hand.
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Peak by Roland Smith
Since Peak, P-E-A-K, lives in Manhattan and there aren't a lot of mountains available for scaling, he climbs the next best thing,
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One Whole and Perfect Day by Judith Clarke
All Lily longs for, wants more than anything else, is for "one whole and perfect day." But she isn't likely to
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Schooled by Gordon Korman
Rain is Cap's hippie grandmother, and the "community" is a farm commune that he and Rain run all by themselves. In fact, Cap has never really
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Twice Upon a Marigold by Jean Ferris
The subtitle to this book is Part Comedy, Part Tragedy, Part Two. Obviously this is book two, the sequel to Once Upon a Marigold. That book ended with a royal
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Evolution, Me, and Other Freaks of Nature by Robin Brande
Your best friend hates you. The guy you liked hates you. Your entire group of friends hates you. All because you did
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13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher
When Clay Jensen returns home from school that afternoon, he finds a shoebox-sized package wrapped in brown paper leaning against the front door of his house. Looking at the wrapping, he sees a scrawl on the outside addressing the package to him. Wow, he thinks, itís fun to get mail, and this package doesnít have a
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Final Warning by James Patterson
Max, Fang, Nudge, Iggy, the Gasman, and Angel are all back in this new Maximum Ride novel. Even though Max has managed to save herself and her flock from the scientists trying to control them, their lives never
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The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima
The Weir are different. The Weir have stones that give them powers. The Weir are wizards, warriors, soothsayers, and enchanters, all part of an underground society of magical people who live among us. At the top of this society are two feuding houses of
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Whirlwind by David Klass
When we last saw Jack Danielson, in Firestorm, book one of the Caretaker Trilogy, he had just saved the world's
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Iíd Tell You I Love You, But Then Iíd Have to Kill You by Ally Carter
The Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women is your standard elite girls' boarding school. Or it would be if every standard elite girls' boarding school taught advanced martial arts for physical education and the latest in chemical warfare in science class, and all students received extra credit for breaking CIA
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American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang
What do a young boy, the Monkey King, and the ultimate negative Chinese stereotype have in common?
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The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation. The Pox Party: Taken from Accounts by [Octavius Nothing's] Ow
Octavian grows up in an unusual household of radical philosophers in Boston in the eighteenth century. He is well dressed, well fed, and well educated all as part of an elaborate
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Surrender by Sonya Hartnett
Gabriel has only two friends, his dog, Surrender, and Finnigan, a boy with a volatile nature that is the only one who really seems to
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Dead Connection by Charlie Price
Murray talks to the dead. And they talk back to him. Believe it or not, Murray actually thinks he converses with some of the
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Angel of Death (Book Two) by Alane Ferguson
Teenaged Assistant County Coroner Cameryn Mahoney's latest case involves the death of a favorite teacher in town. Despite her father's repeated warnings to
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What Happened to Cass McBride? by Gail Giles
Buried alive. . . That's the stuff of nightmares. But Cass McBride is living her worst nightmare. The last thing she remembers is
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Born to Rock by Gordon Korman
"There are two kinds of people in this world--those who have had a cavity search and those who haven't. This is the story of how I wound up in the wrong category.Ē (page vii) This is Leo's
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Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life by Wendy Mass
It all started with a box. It was a mysterious, locked, wooden box, engraved with the words, "The Meaning of Life: For Jeremy Fink to Open on His 13th Birthday." The only problem is that the box can only be opened with
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Just Listen by Sarah Dessen
To the outside world, Annabel Greene seems to have it all. She is a teen model with a successful career, popular friends, and a loving family. But behind the picture perfect facade, secrets
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Evil Genius by Catherine Jinks
That is exactly what Cadel is--an Evil Genius! At age eight, he engineers a traffic jam affecting nearly the entire city, tying up traffic for hours. At age twelve, Cadel causes the new sports complex at his high school to collapse just before the grand-opening ceremony. And at age fourteen, he implements a plan to cause
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Firestorm by David Klass
Jack is having the best night of his life. He has just broken the high school's record of number of yards rushed for in the football game tonight. And then he and his girlfriend, P. J., met at
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Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer
Miranda is your normal teenage girl, attending high school, hanging out with her friends, and talking about her crush. But then everything changes overnight when the moon is knocked out of orbit by a huge asteroid. Since the moon is responsible for controlling much of the Earthís environment, this change is devastating to
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Rash by Pete Hautman
Welcome to the United Safer States of America in 2076. Helmets and personal safety equipment are mandatory for any kind of physical activity. When Bo is accused of spreading a rash at school, this earns him a
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