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Fireside Catholic Youth Bible

by Devotional Staff

This Bible was written for YOU! Motivating and constructive, the Fireside Catholic Youth Bible speaks to you as a Catholic teen. Enabling you to grow emotionally and spiritually in your Catholic faith, a collection of insightful and thought-provoking articles is presented in five comprehensive sections.

Firespell (Dark Elite #1)

by Chloe Neill

As the new girl at the elite St. Sophia's boarding school, Lily Parker thinks her classmates are the most monstrous things she'll have to face. When Lily's guardians decided to send her away to a fancy boarding school in Chicago, she was shocked. So was St. Sophia's. Lily's ultra-rich brat pack classmates think Lily should be the punchline to every joke, and on top of that, she's hearing strange noises and seeing bizarre things in the shadows of the creepy building. The only thing keeping her sane is her roommate, Scout, but even Scout's a little weird - she keeps disappearing late at night and won't tell Lily where she's been. But when a prank leaves Lily trapped in the catacombs beneath the school, Lily finds Scout running from a real monster. Scout's a member of a splinter group of rebel teens with unique magical talents, who've sworn to protect the city against demons, vampires, and Reapers, magic users who've been corrupted by their power. And when Lily finds herself in the line of a firespell, Scout tells her the truth about her secret life, even though Lily has no powers of her own - at least, none that she's discovered yet . . .

Firestorm!

by Joan Hiatt Harlow

Two worlds collide when Poppy, a street orphan who makes a living by stealing, and Justin, the son of a jeweler who wants to prove his worth, meet and become friends. Poppy plans to change her thieving ways, but when Justin loses money at his father's jewelry store and Poppy is accused of stealing it, she flees back onto the streets. Justin insists on searching for her--just as the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 breaks out. Alternately narrated by Poppy and Justin, this is a gripping story of right and wrong, trust and forgiveness, and finding hope in the ashes of destruction.

Firestorm

by Jan Neubert Schultz

book jacket: "Maggie hates everything about Hinckley, Minnesota. She's furious with her father for dragging her and her brothers there. It's ugly, dusty, dry, and bare. There's nothing to do, and hardly a day goes by without small brushfires. One day, the sky glows orange, and black dust drifts across the ground. Maggie realizes that a fire is sweeping closer and closer to town. This is no small brushfire. This fire swirls into a roaring tornado and flattens into giant walls of flame. Maggie and her family race to the train station. Hundreds of panicked people force themselves into the packed railcars. Hundreds more can't get on. The fire swallows the town, and flames lick at the train as it speeds toward safety. As the raging fire recedes in the distance, Maggie discovers that her brothers didn't make it to the train on time. She knows that she must return to Hinckley or risk never seeing them again."

Firestorm at Kookaburra Station (Adventures Down Under #6)

by Robert Elmer

Patrick and Michael find themselves aboard an escaped hot air balloon with an inexperienced pilot. Sighting a "bunyip", a legendary creature feared by the aborigines, they wonder if they can escape in time to warn the ranchers of an approaching firestorm.

Fireweed

by Jill Paton Walsh

Two teenage runaways who refuse to be evacuated from London struggle for survival amid the 1940 Blitz.

Firewing

by Kenneth Oppel

The forest heaves and splits in a terrible quake, and Griffin, a newborn Silverwing bat, is sucked down a fissure deep into the earth. Shade, Griffin's father, soon realizes that his son has been drawn into the Underworld and embarks on the most dangerous of journeys to rescue him. Shade knows he must find Griffin quickly -- legend says that if the living stumble into the land of the dead, they have only a short time before death claims them, too. But something else is hunting Griffin -- a deadly foe Shade hoped he would never see again. Who will find Griffin first?

The Firework Maker's Daughter

by Philip Pullman

In a country far to the east, Chulak and his talking white elephant, Hamlet, help Lila seek the royal sulphur from the sacred volcano so that she can become a master maker of fireworks like her father.

Fireworks: Four Summer Stories

by Lauren Myracle Nikki Burnham Erin Haft Sarah Mlynowski

Sparks are flying . . . NIKI BURNHAM (Royally Jacked) brings you a seaside summer program where, besides classes, there are lessons in love. ERIN HAFT (Pool Boys) tells a tale of one sizzling summer camp, where heartache just might be more painful than poison ivy. SARAH MLYNOWSKI (Bras & Broomsticks) takes you on a whirlwind adventure abroad, where cute foreign boys, romantic beaches, and l'amour await! LAUREN MYRACLE (ttyl) spins a Cinderella story of one shy girl, the Fourth of July, and some serious fireworks. Slather on your sunscreen, slip on your shades, and stretch out poolside with stories that are sure to raise the temperature.

Fireworks (Ocean City #3)

by Katherine Applegate

Chelsea loves Conner, Kate loves Justin. David loves Grace as much as her drinking is out of control. He believes he can help her with the alcohol addiction. Some questions are: When the summer ends: Will Chelsea and Conner get married? Will Justin sail away with Kate? And will Grace recover from drinking and will it help love to keep going?

Fireworks, Picnics and Flags: The Story of the Fourth of July Symbols

by James Cross Giblin

From the book Jacket: Spectacular fireworks displays, music-filled parades, family picnics-these are just some of the ways Americans celebrate that day in 1776 when our Declaration of Independence was adopted. The flag, the bald eagle, Uncle Sam, and the Liberty Bell all play their part in Fourth of July celebrations, too. What are the stories behind these familiar symbols? And how did they come to be associated with the holiday? This spirited look at our national birthday answers these and many other questions. It will make the Fourth of July more meaningful for readers young and old. James Cross Giblin is an editor of children's books who also writes for children. He edited the Clarion holiday series started by the late Edna Barth.

Fireworks Tonight!

by Martha Brenner

From the Book Jacket: Streams of sparks and sprays of colored stars light up the dark sky, thundering blasts echo all around ... FIREWORKS TONIGHT! For centuries man has been playing with fire with dazzling, sometimes dire, results-and few things have as much power to astound and intrigue us. Martha Brenner's research has turned up a wealth of fascinating information on the world of pyrotechnics. She covers the history of fireworks from the primitive firecrackers developed some 2000 years ago in China to the breathtaking special effects of today, the tragic accidents that have led to current laws regulating their use, the intriguing step-by-step development of a modern fireworks show from the drawing board to the actual shooting. How are fireworks made? Very carefully! And almost entirely by hand, because metal machinery produces heat and static electricity that could easily ignite an entire building full of explosives. Who makes fireworks? Most are manufactured by a handful of dynamic, devoted families that have passed on their tricks and trademarks for generations. Fireworks Tonight! gives us profiles of them and their particular pyrotechnical styles. How do fireworks work? Martha Brenner explains that, too-in clear, scientific detail. And there's more. Fireworks Tonight! includes a trip behind the scenes at a fireworks show, a visit to a manufacturing plant, a section on safety, a list of the 50 states' current laws on their sale and use, an illustrated spectators' guide-to help fire works fans tell a roman candle from a rocket and a list of notable fireworks facts: the biggest display in history, the loudest, the longest .. . Generously illustrated with over 60 photo graphs and prints, Fireworks Tonight! is a lively, accurate, and comprehensive introduction to a subject of universal appeal.

Firmament

by Tim Bowler

To prove he's part of the gang, Luke must climb into Mrs. Little's house and steal something. But inside the house, Luke encounters something so unexpected that it changes everything -- something that unlocks secrets and helps Luke find out exactly who he is.

The First Amendment

by Leah Farish

Discusses the definition and history of the First Amendment and considers present day problems regarding the rights it guarantees.

First and Second Term at L'Etoile

by Kelly Willoughby Holly Willoughby

A 2-in-1 edition of the first two sparkling School for Stars stories by TV presenter Holly Willoughby and her sister Kelly. On the first day of term at L'Etoile, School for Stars, twins Maria and Molly Fitzfoster meet Pippa Burrows who's won a song-writing scholarship to the school. The talented trio share the same dreams of super-stardom and become best friends. But will their friendship stand up against Lucifette Marciano's plans to wreck their chances and claim fame for herself? And in their second term, Molly, Maria and Pippa are reunited for plenty more fun and surprises. A midnight mystery, a precious lost rose, centenary celebrations, a playful puppy with a twinkle in its eyes, and a royal visit are just some of the things that make them friends for ever.

First and Ten

by Jeff Rud

Trying to land a spot on the South Side Middle School football team isn't the biggest challenge Matt Hill faces in the third installment of this popular series. Besides catching passes and dodging defenders, Matt also has to deal with the return of his estranged father following a ten-year absence. But while Matt comes to grips with forgiving his father and gets used to having him around, he must also help a teammate deal with the damage inflicted by his own overbearing and sometimes violent dad.

First Base Jinx (Mel Martin Baseball Stories)

by John R. Cooper

The baseball fun continues as Mel Martin and his buddies move up to the Amateur League. A stolen mitt nearly upsets the Westwood Tigers in the amateur loop.

A First Book of American Folk Songs: 25 Favorite Pieces in Easy Piano Arrangements

by Bergerac

Young pianists and their teachers will welcome this treasury of favorites in musically attractive and pedagogically sound arrangements for beginners. Bergerac has written exclusively for young pianists since 1967, including original music and many easy arrangements of folk materials. His expert settings explore a full and satisfying piano sound within the natural capabilities of the beginning performer.The songs in this varied collection -- arranged in their approximate order of difficulty -- are presented in large, clear, easy-to-read musical notation, and are accompanied by delightful illustrations suggested by this charming music. The songs included are Amazing Grace (in two arrangements); I've Been Working on the Railroad; As We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush; Maryland, My Maryland!; Aura Lea; The Old Chisholm Trail; Billy Boy; Polly-Wolly-Doodle; Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair; Pop Goes the Weasel!; Blow the Man Down!; Short'nin' Bread; Blue-Tail Fly (Jimmy Crack Corn); Skip to My Lou; Buffalo Gals; Sweet Betsy from Pike; Deep River; Thanksgiving Prayer; Down by the Riverside (We Gather Together); The Farmer in the Dell; Turkey in the Straw; The Gift to Be Simple; Yankee Doodle Dandy; Go Down, Moses (Let My People Go); and The Yellow Rose of Texas.

The First Book of Hours (Abarat #1)

by Clive Barker

A journey beyond imagination is about to unfold. . . . It begins in the most boring place in the world: Chickentown, U.S.A. There lives Candy Quackenbush, her heart bursting for some clue as to what her future might hold. When the answer comes, it's not one she expects. Welcome to the Abarat.

The First Book of Nurses

by Mary Elting

There are many different kinds of nurses--so many that you couldn't read about them all in one book. But all nurses are alike in these ways: They want to help you get well when you are sick; and, more than anything else, they want to help you stay well. This book tells how they do both these things. It tells about the people they meet and how they help them.

First Boy

by Gary Schmidt

A fast-paced political thriller. "You're my first boy, Cooper, my first boy," grandfather says just before he dies. All alone in the world, without even a dog, the only thing that keeps Cooper going is running the dairy farm. Suddenly, black sedans are swarming all around Cooper's small New Hampshire town, driven by mysterious men in dark suits. Cooper's barn is burned to the ground, and his house is broken into and searched during the night. The President of the United States calls on Cooper for a visit, and her opponent wants Cooper to join him on the campaign trail. This fast-paced political thriller will have the reader turning the pages in anticipation of the next clue.

The First Codex

by Michael Scott

The First Codex contains the first three books in Michael Scott's New York Times bestselling series The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel: The Alchemyst, The Magician, and The Sorceress.

First Comes Love

by Katie Kacvinsky

Like his name, Gray is dark and stormy. Dylan, a girl always searching for what's next, seemingly unable to settle down, is the exact opposite: full of light and life. On the outside, they seem like an unlikely couple. But looks can be deceiving and besides, opposites attract. What starts as friendship, turns into admiration, respect and caring, until finally these two lone souls find they are truly in love with each other. But staying in love is not as easy as falling in love. If Dylan and Gray want their love to last, they're going to have to work at it. And learn that sometimes love means having to say you're sorry. This book features a teaser chapter from Kacvinsky's Awaken.

A First Cookbook for Children

by Christopher Santoro Evelyne Johnson

Finally, a beginning cookbook designed especially for children -- and one that adds the fun of coloring to the joy of cooking. A First Cookbook for Children contains a wide variety of yummy, mouth-watering recipes that kids love and love to fix: cheeseburgers, chicken, pizza, salads, sauces, desserts, dips, and much more.Assuming no previous cooking experience, the author gently guides the reader from start to finish with special sections on muffins, cakes, meat loaf, chicken, dips & dunks, corn bread, scalloped potatoes, biscuits, salads, hamburgers, fish, cookies, macaroni & cheese, pancakes, candies, dressings, pizza, baked ham, crudités, and rice.Simple, easy-to-follow instructions plus clear explanations of ingredients and utensils take a child through each step of food preparation and actual cooking. A helpful introduction includes lists of necessary equipment and basic ingredients along with five sample menus. A fun first cookbook for kids ages 10 and up, this volume offers 60 sure-to-please recipes.

First Crossing: Stories about Teen Immigrants

by Donald R. Gallo

Short stories of teen immigrants--Mexican, Venezuelan, Kazakh, Chinese, Romanian, Palestinian, Swedish, Korean, Haitian, and Cambodian--reveal what it is like to face prejudice, language barriers, and homesickness along with common teenage feelings and needs.

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