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Amandine

Adele Griffin - 2013 - Young Adult Fiction - Limited preview
Delia’s new friend is not what she seems Each day of Delia’s first week of high school, her parents ask her the same question: Did you make any friends today? Finally, the answer is yes. Her name is Amandine, and she is the most exciting person ...
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Vote

Gary Paulsen - 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - Limited preview
Kevin Spencer, the hero of Liar, Liar, Flat Broke, and Crush, has a knack for tackling big ideas and goofing up, so what's next? Politics, of course! He's running for office, and his campaign is truly unique.
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The Bully Book: A Novel

Eric Kahn Gale - 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - Limited preview
What is The Bully Book? Part mystery, part tragedy, part comedy. Originally self-published as an ebook by a member of Team Starkid, The Bully Book is now available in hardcover, paperback, and ebook editions. The paperback includes a Q&A with the ...
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Almost Forever

Maria Testa - 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - No preview available
A young girl describes what she, her brother, and their mother do during the year that her doctor father is serving in the U.S. Army Medical Corps in Vietnam. By the author of Becoming Joe DiMaggio. Jr Lib Guild. Reprint.
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Knucklehead: Tall Tales and Almost True Stories about Growing Up Scieszka

Jon Scieszka - 2009 - No preview available
Babysitting mishaps, lazy summer days by the lake, and silly childhood pranks are remembered in this amusing memoir of the life of an adventurous young boy growing up in a family with six brothers. Simultaneous.
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A Letter to Mrs. Roosevelt

C. Coco De Young - 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - No preview available
Eleven-year-old Margo fulfills a class assignment by writing a letter to Eleanor Roosevelt asking for help to save her family's home during the Great Depression.
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A Crooked Kind of Perfect

Linda Urban - 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - Limited preview
Ten-year-old Zoe Elias has perfect piano dreams. She can practically feel the keys under her flying fingers; she can hear the audience's applause. All she needs is a baby grand so she can start her lessons, and then she'll be well on her way to ...
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Everything Is Fine.

Ann Dee Ellis - 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - No preview available
Stuck at home caring for her severely depressed mother and abandoned by her father, Mazzy has only the day-to-day dramas of her neighborhood to keep her busy. But between flirting with the boy next door and worrying about the fact that she's flat ...
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