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16 Things I Thought Were True

Janet Gurtler - Juvenile Fiction - 2014 - 304 pages
Heart attacks happen to other people #thingsIthoughtweretrue When Morgan's mom gets sick, it's hard not to panic. Without her mother, she would have no one—until she finds out ...
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Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence

Paul Feig - Humor - 2002 - 288 pages
Written in side-splitting and often cringe-inducing detail, Paul Feig takes you in a time machine to a world of bombardment by dodge balls, ill-fated prom dates, hellish school ...
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Everything Matters!: A Novel

Ron Currie Jr. - Fiction - 2009 - 320 pages
"Startlingly talented . . . he survives the inevitable, apt comparisons to Kurt Vonnegut and writes in a tenderly mordant voice all his own." -Janet Maslin, The New York Times ...
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Now I'll Tell You Everything

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor - Juvenile Fiction - 2013 - 528 pages
As Alice McKinley begins a new phase as a student at the University of Maryland, College Park, she experiences many changes, both expected and surprising, that lead her into a ...
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Cornered: 14 Stories of Bullying and Defiance

Rhoda Belleza - Juvenile Fiction - 2012 - 383 pages
An anthology of 14 stories illuminates the experiences of being bullied in today's world, in a volume that includes contributions by such established writers as Kirsten Miller ...
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All I Need Is Love: A Memoir

Klaus Kinski - Biography & Autobiography - 1988 - 265 pages
An internationally acclaimed actor who defines himself as a sexual being in search of love recounts his lifelong obsession with girls and women and gives explicit and sometimes ...
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Skunk Girl

Sheba Karim - Juvenile Fiction - 2009 - 240 pages
If Nina Khan were to rate herself on the unofficial Pakistani prestige point system – the one she’s sure all the aunties and uncles use to determine the most attractive ...
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