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Don't Go Near That Rabbit, Frank!

by Pam Conrad

When their playful dog comes home with a dead rabbit, Philip and Kooch are afraid it is their gruff old neighbor's prize pet.

Holding Me Here

by Pam Conrad

Fourteen-year-old Robin tries to patch up the broken home of a battered wife and in the process discovers how deeply she's been hurt by the divorce of her own parents.

My Daniel

by Pam Conrad

An old woman tells her grandchildren how her beloved teenage brother was destroyed at the time of the frenzied hunt for dinosaur remains in Nebraska (before the turn of the century).

Our House: The Stories of Levittown

by Pam Conrad

Six stories, one from each decade from the 1940s to the 1990s, about children growing up in Levittown, New York.

Pedro's Journal

by Pam Conrad

Follow Pedro del Salcedo as he travels with Christopher Columbus aboard the Santa Maria and learn of his incredible journey to the New World. Pedro captured his experiences in the pages of a journal.

Prairie Songs

by Pam Conrad

Louisa loves the Nebraska prairie. A different kind of beauty enters Louisa's world. A new doctor and his lovely wife, Emmeline become neighbors and help reading lessons and poetry. Louisa sees Emmeline unprepared for the rough life on the prairie.

Staying Nine

by Pam Conrad

Nine-year-old Heather doesn't want to turn ten until wacky Rosa Rita shows her that growing up isn't so bad.

Stonewords: A Ghost Story

by Pam Conrad

The first time Zoe met Zoe Louise, Zoe was four years old. Zoe Louise was more than 100. From that day on -- living in the same house, separated by a staircase and a century -- Zoe and Zoe Louise have been an important and permanent part of each other's lives. Now Zoe is older. And although Zoe Louise never grows up, she is changing in dreadful, frightening ways. Time is running out for Zoe's frightening ways. Time is running out for Zoe's best friend -- and Zoe is the only one who can help her. To do so, she must travel back 100 years in time and somehow alter the past. But in changing the past, must she also change the present? If she saves her friend's life, will she lose Zoe Louise forever?Zoe's grandparents think that Zoe Louise is Zoe's imaginary friend. The truth, however, is that Zoe Louise lived in Zoe's house a century ago, and her ghost has returned to solve a terrible mystery. . . . An eerie and gripping time fantasy. Conrads spare, vivid prose sustains the suspense, drawing readers inexorably toward a climax as satisfying as it is unexpected. SLJ. 1990 Boston Globe Horn Book Award for Fiction Honor Book1990 Notable Trade Books in the Language Arts (NCTE)1991 Choices (Association of Booksellers for Children)Children's Books of 1990 (Library of Congress)1991 Books for the Teen Age (NY Public Library)1991 Best Juvenile Mystery (Mystery Writers of America)Parenting Honorable Mention, Reading Magic Award1995 California Young Reader Award Zoe's grandparents think that Zoe Louise is Zoe's imaginary friend. The truth, however, is that Zoe Louise lived in Zoe's house a century ago, and her ghost has returned to solve a terrible mystery. . . . An eerie and gripping time fantasy. Conrads spare, vivid prose sustains the suspense, drawing readers inexorably toward a climax as satisfying as it is unexpected. SLJ. 1990 Boston GlobeHorn Book Award for Fiction Honor Book1990 Notable Trade Books in the Language Arts (NCTE)1991 Choices (Association of Booksellers for Children)Children's Books of 1990 (Library of Congress)1991 Books for the Teen Age (NY Public Library)1991 Best Juvenile Mystery (Mystery Writers of America)Parenting Honorable Mention, Reading Magic Award1995 California Young Reader Award

Taking the Ferry Home

by Pam Conrad

Two sixteen-year-old girls from different social classes spend the summer together on a resort island and experience a test of their friendship when family loyalties, romance, and drug dependence interfere.

What I Did for Roman

by Pam Conrad

With her mother away on a honeymoon in Europe, fifteen-year-old Darcie spends the summer with her dour uncle and his wife, restaurateurs in a zoo where Darcie begins a search for the father she has never known and develops a crush on a mysterious seal and bird keeper who leads her into a test with death.

Zoe Rising

by Pam Conrad

Zoe, traveling back to the time when her mother was a child, intervenes in the past in order to save the future.

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