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Things I Have To Tell You Poems And Writing By Teenage Girls
A collection of poems, stories, and essays written by girls twelve to eighteen years of age and revealing the secrets which enabled them to overcome the challenges they faced.
Jessica Rules The Dark Side
Fantaskey, Beth.
Eighteen-year-old vampire princess Jessica Packwood is in for the fight of her life--and her husband's--when Lucius is accused of a horrible crime and Jessica, trying to prove herself worthy of the throne, faces betrayal by those closest to her.
The Secret Within
Golding, Theresa Martin.
Carly Chambers spends her summer days delivering mysterious packages for her harsh father but when she sneaks out at night to find some freedom, she faces danger from all sides.
The Personal Memoirs Of U.s. Grant. Part 1
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885.
In his own words, Ulysses Grant leads us from his early years to that day of decision in 1865.
The Personal Memoirs Of U.s. Grant. Part 2
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885.
In his own words, Ulysses Grant leads us from his early years to that day of decision in 1865.
The Personal Memoirs Of U.s. Grant. Part 3
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885.
In his own words, Ulysses Grant leads us from his early years to that day of decision in 1865.
Morning Is A Long Time Coming
Greene, Bette, 1934-
En route to Germany in search of the maternal love she never had, eighteen-year-old Patty Bergen lingers in Paris and experiences her first love affair.
Summer Of My German Soldier
Greene, Bette, 1934-
Sheltering an escaped German prisoner of war is the beginning of some shattering experiences for a twelve-year-old Jewish girl in Arkansas.
Stay With Me
Griffin, Paul, 1966-
Fifteen-year-olds Mack, a high school drop-out but a genius with dogs, and Céce, who hopes to use her intelligence to avoid a life like her mother's, meet and fall in love at the restaurant where they both work, but when Mack lands in prison he pushes Céce away and only a one-eared pit-bull can keep them together.
The Odyssey
Homer's epic poem describes the wanderings of Odysseus after the fall of Troy.
Paper Covers Rock
Hubbard, Jenny.
In 1982 Buncombe County, North Carolina, sixteen-year-old Alex Stromm writes of the aftermath of the accidental drowning of a friend, as his English teacher reaches out to him while he and a fellow boarding school student try to cover things up.
Wheels Of Change How Women Rode The Bicycle To Freedom (with A Few Flat Tires Along The Way)
Macy, Sue.
Discusses how the invention of the bicycle allowed women to take charge of personal transportation and set the stage for women's future battles for rights equal to men. Discusses how the bicycle has evolved throughout the ages and features photographs and illustrations, a timeline, and further reading sources.
Beauty A Retelling Of The Story Of Beauty & The Beast
McKinley, Robin.
Kind Beauty grows to love the Beast at whose castle she is compelled to stay and through her love releases him from the spell which had turned him from a handsome prince into an ugly beast.
McKinley, Robin.
Dragons are extinct in the wild, but the Makepeace Institute of Integrated Dragon Studies in Smokehill National Park is home to about two hundred of the world' s remaining creatures. Until Jake discovers a dying dragon that has given birth-- and one of the babies is still alive.
Sparrow Hawk Red
Mikaelsen, Ben, 1952-
Thirteen-year-old Ricky, the Mexican American son of a former Drug Enforcement Agency man, tries to avenge his mother's murder by crossing over into Mexico to steal a high-tech radar plane from drug smugglers.
Olson, Gretchen.
Instead of playing tennis, seventeen-year-old Jeff is required to spend his summer working on an Oregon strawberry farm where new friendships with field hands and migrant workers, as well as the farmer's daughter, change his outlook.
Oregon Trail
Parkman, Francis, 1823-1893.
In 1846, a young Harvard graduate named Francis Parkman set out to explore life in the uncivilized West. With his friend Quincy Adams Shaw, he traveled up the Oregon Trail to the camps of the Pawnee and the Sioux. Parkman's journal is an authentic record of life on the trail, an exciting eyewitness account of the Mormons and outlaws, trappers and Native Americans, pioneers and adventurers who tried to conquer the frontier.
The Yearling
Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan, 1896-1953.
A young boy living in the Florida backwoods is forced to decide the fate of a fawn he has lovingly raised as a pet.
Generation Fix Young Ideas For A Better World
Rusch, Elizabeth.
Features the true stories of more than twenty young activists doing things to make the world a better place.
Wish You Were Here
Shoup, Barbara.
A high school senior tries to cope with the shifting patterns of his life while struggling to come to terms with his parents' divorce, his best friend's sudden departure, his mother's remarriage, and his father's nearly-fatal accident.
Grace In The Wilderness After The Liberation 1945-1948
Siegal, Aranka.
Liberated from a German concentration camp at the end of World War II but haunted by the memory of her ordeal, fifteen-year-old Piri starts a strange new life as a Jew in Sweden.
From Boneshakers To Choppers The Rip-roaring History Of Motorcycles
Smedman, Lisa.
Climb aboard and discover how these two-wheeled wonders spawned subcultures that continue to flourish today. From early endurance contests that catapulted Harley-Davidson to fame to pulp novels featuring rugged biker heroes, you'll witness the burgeoning motorcycle image of the early 20th century.
Shiva's Fire
Staples, Suzanne Fisher.
In India, a talented dancer sacrifices friends and family for her art.
The Charterhouse Of Parma
Stendhal, 1783-1842.
Description of the Battle of Waterloo is background for this story of Italian love and intrigue.
Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900.
Does the ghost of Sir Simon de Canterville really exist? And if he does, will he meet his match in the Otis family? Or will the rambunctious Otis children be the very death of him? The answers lie in these witty, hilarious tales.