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Watcher in the Woods (Dreamhouse Kings #2)

by Robert Liparulo

Twelve-year-old David and his family search for their kidnapped mother in the many different time period portals of their home, but when a stranger appears and tries to force them to sell the house, their desperation reaches new heights.

Water Fight!

by Michele Martin Bossley

Josie's sister Melissa is too perfect, better than her in everything--except in the pool. Josie dreams of Olympic swimming gold, and works hard with her Calgary swim team to achieve it. So when Melissa decides to join the team too, Josie is outraged and afraid that, once again, her sister will beat her. But as the big invitational swim meet approaches Melissa acts to help make Josie's dream come true, and forces them both to reconsider the value of sisterhood. "Water Fight!" is the story of two sisters who overcome sibling rivalry and learn to be themselves.

Water Girl

by Joyce Carol Thomas

Joyce Carol Thomas evocatively captures the triumph and struggles of teens as they come of age, and break and bond with their families. In the third book of a compelling saga that began with Marked By Fire, 15-year old Amber makes a startling family discovery that shakes her to her core.

Water Sky

by Jean Craighead George

While searching for his uncle in Barrow, Alaska, a young boy joins the crew of an Eskimo whaling captain and learns the importance of whaling to the Eskimo culture.

Water: Tales of Elemental Spirits

by Robin Mckinley Peter Dickinson

What magical beings inhabit earth's waters? Some are as almost-familiar as the merpeople; some as strange as the thing glimpsed only as a golden eye in a pool at the edge of Damar's Great Desert Kalarsham, where the mad god Geljdreth rules; or as majestic as the unknowable, immense Kraken, dark beyond the darkness of the deepest ocean, who will one day rise and rule the world. <P><P> Master storytellers Robin McKinley and Peter Dickinson share tales of mysterious merfolk and magical humans, all with close ties to the element of water. From Pitiable Nasmith's miserable existence in a seaside town whose inhabitants are more intertwined with the sea than most people know, to Tamia's surprising summons to be the apprentice to the Guardian who has the power to hold back the sea, each of the six stories illuminates a captivating world filled with adventure, romance, intrigue, and enchantment. Robin McKinley fans will recognize one of the worlds included-Damar, the setting of Newbery Medal winner The Hero and the Crown and Newbery Honor Book The Blue Sword.

Waterfall (River of Time #1)

by Lisa Tawn Bergren

Gabriella has never spent a summer in Italy like this one. Remaining means giving up all she's known and loved . . . and leaving means forfeiting what she's come to know--and love itself. Most American teenagers want a vacation in Italy, but the Bentarrini sisters have spent every summer of their lives with their parents, famed Etruscan scholars, among the romantic hills. In Book One of the River of Time series, Gabi and Lia are stuck among the rubble of medieval castles in rural Tuscany on yet another hot, boring, and dusty archeological site . . . until Gabi places her hand atop a handprint in an ancient tomb and finds herself in fourteenth-century Italy. And worse yet, in the middle of a fierce battle between knights of two opposing forces. And thus she comes to be rescued by the knight-prince Marcello Falassi, who takes her back to his father's castle--a castle Gabi has seen in ruins in another life. Suddenly Gabi's summer in Italy is much, much more interesting. But what do you do when your knight in shining armor lives, literally, in a different world?

The Waterless Sea (Chanters of Tremaris Trilogy, Book 2)

by Kate Constable

Calwyn and friends travel to the desert land of Merithuros to rescue some captive magical children, even as their friend Darrow begins a plot of his own.

The Watermark

by Travis Thrasher

Sheridan Blake believes he has made one mistake -that is beyond the reach of God's forgiveness. Even after seven years of hopelessness, Sheridan still struggles to make something out of his life. When Genevie Dayton interrupts his self-imposed isolation Sheridan dares to hope for a second chance.

The Wave

by Morton Rhue

The Wave is based on a true incident that occurred in a high school history class in Palo Alto, California, in 1969. For three years afterward, according to the teacher, Ron Jones, no one talked about it. "It was," he said, "one of the most frightening events I have ever experienced in the classroom." "The Wave" disrupted an entire school. The novel dramatizes the incident, showing how the powerful forces of group pressure that have pervaded many historic movements and cults can persuade people to join such movements and give up their individual rights in the process--sometimes causing great harm to others. The full impact on the students of what they lived through and learned is realistically portrayed in the book that follows.

Wave Good-Bye (Luna Bay Roxy Girl Series Book 2)

by Francess Lantz

When Rae's parents decide to separate, Rae is torn between staying in southern California with her overbearing mother and moving with her father to Chicago. Will Luna be able to convince Rae to stick around, or will she lose her best friend forever?

The Wave Wranglers and the New Order of the Pyramid

by Eric Nail

The Wave Wranglers are a rock band... and surfers... and they've just been introduced to some of the greatest secrets in history. After meeting a mermaid, they go on a quest to find out the truth about Atlantis. Along the way, they learn of the New World Order, its pyramid connection and their plans for the domination and enslavement of man.

The Wavering of Haruhi Suzumiya (Haruhi Suzumiya #6)

by Nagaru Tanigawa

In Book 6 in the series, readers take a step into a time warp in five short stories. Head back to events from the previous books, and previously unseen scenes and perspectives to uncover mysteries that had been left unanswered. Live Alive: Kyon peruses the stalls at the cultural festival and visits Mikuru's noodle stall. Everything seems normal for once, until a surprise band shows up to perform.The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina: Episode 00 The movie that the SOS Brigade created in The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya (Book 2) is shown, and the Bridage gets to see it in its final form. Love at First Sight: Kyon meets with an old friend, who describes seeing a girl he's fallen in love with--and it turns out to be Yuki! Will this mere human have a chance with the world's most stoic robot? Where Did the Cat Go?: This story takes readers back to Book 3 (The Rampage of Haruhi Suzumiya) in which the SOS Brigade finally begins the main event for the Snow Mountain retreat murder mystery. The Melancholy of Mikuru Asahina: Mikuru asks Kyon to accompany her to buy tea leaves, but a secret motive may be involved.

The Way Back (The O.C.)

by Cory Martin

Based on the hit television series on Fox, this novelization takes readers inside "The O.C.", revealing the stories they have to know that they won't find anywhere else.

A Way Of His Own

by T. A. Dyer

A lame boy from a very primitive nomadic tribe is abandoned by his family and, together with a girl stolen from another tribe, tries to survive a cruel winter.

Way Past Cool

by Jess Mowry

Set in the brutal gangland of Oakland, California, a rag-tag band of boys struggle to survive.

The Way Things Work

by David Macaulay Neil Ardley

What really makes the things around us tick? Did you know that the principle behind the zip fastener also governed the building of the pyramids? Or that the dentist's drill is a direct descendant of the first windmill? The inner workings of hundreds of machines and devices are explained in this fun, colourful and unique look at technology through time.

The Way to Schenectady

by Richard Scrimger

Twelve-year-old Jane Peeler is about to embark on a summer ritual: the family car trip.

A Way with Horses

by Peter Mcphee

Caroline grew up around horses and had been a tough, skilled rider as long as she could remember. When she wins a rodeo near her Millarville, Alberta home, the owner of a posh riding school recognizes her talent invites her to learn show jumping, free of charge. Soon she's moving in a different world, full of thoroughbred horses, expensive trainers, and rich, sophisticated students. As Caroline trains to try out for the Jump Alberta Team, however, she learns that success in the show ring comes at a high price, win or lose. A Way with Horses shows how one athlete's ambitions can come into conflict with the complexities of her sport.

Wayfarer (Tales of Beauty and Madness #2)

by Lili St. Crow

New York Times bestselling author Lili St. Crow thrilled legions of fans with her dark paranormal series Strange Angels. Now she has created a stirringly romantic, deliciously spooky update of Cinderella, the alluring second volume in her trilogy Tales of Beauty and Madness. The Charmer's Ball. Midnight. And one glass slipper... Newly orphaned, increasingly isolated from her friends, and terrified of her violent stepmother, Ellen Sinder still believes she'll be okay. She has a plan for surviving and getting through high school, which includes keeping her head down and saving any credits she can earn or steal. But when a train arrives from over the Waste beyond New Haven, carrying a golden boy and a new stepsister, all of Ellie's plans begin to unravel, one by one. Just when all hope is lost, Ellie meets an odd old woman with a warm hearth and a heavenly garden. Auntie's kindness is intoxicating, and Ellie finally has a home again. Yet when the clock strikes twelve on the night of the annual Charmer's Ball, Ellie realizes that no charm is strong enough to make her past disappear... In a city where Twisted minotaurs and shifty fey live alongside diplomats and charmers, a teenage girl can disappear through the cracks into safety--or into something much more dangerous. So what happens when the only safety you can find wants to consume you as well? Lili St. Crow is the author of the Strange Angels series for young adults and the Dante Valentine series, among others, for adults. She is also the author of Nameless, a companion book to Wayfarer. She lives in Vancouver, Washington with her family. Visit to find out more.

Wayne Gretzky: The Great One

by Andrew Santella

Describes the personal life and hockey career of one of the greatest players in the NHL. Includes a note on sources, a further reading list, and an index.

We Are Patriots: Hope's Revolutionary War Diary, Book Two (My America)

by Kristiana Gregory

In her diary, ten-year-old Hope writes about her life as a patriot in 1777 Philadelphia, as the Redcoats try to take over her city and defeat the Continental Army.

We Are So Crashing Your Bar Mitzvah!

by Fiona Rosenbloom

Stacy Friedman and Lydia, trained to be cool in all things, are shocked when Kelly who is cooler ever, gets super cozy with Kym and her popular clique, The Chicas. Not invited to Eben's bar mitzvah, Stacy decides to crash Eben's bar mitzvah to find out who her true friends are.

We Are Witnesses: Five Diaries of Teenagers Who Died in the Holocaust

by Jacob Boas

David Rubinowicz, Yitzhak Rudashevski, Moshe Flinker, Eva Heyman, and Anne Frank were all teenagers during World War II. They lived in different parts of Europe. They had different lives. But they all had something in common: They were Jewish, and therefore, under Hitler's twisted rule, they were five of the six million men, women, and children sentenced to death.

We Can't Wait (Mary-Kate and Ashley, Graduation Summer)

by Emma Harrison

For Mary-Kate and Ashley, everything is about to change over their GRADUATION SUMMER ... This first in a trilogy begins with the girls' journey through their high school commencement, celebrating all the excitement of caps and gowns, hopes and dreams, and everything in between. It's the end of senior year. Soon Mary-Kate and Ashley will be leaving their high school lives behind and going to college. That's why these last few weeks of school are all about fun! Planning for the prom, hanging out with friends, graduation ... Mary-Kate and Ashley want to savor every moment because after they receive their diplomas, their lives will never be the same!

We Hold These Truths -- and Other Words That Made America

by Paul Aron

These words and words like them, whether written or spoken, had a profound importance during America's Founding period. These are the words of legend and gravitas, referenced by generations of teachers, politicians, and commentators.

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