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Cherie Bennett's thrilling series about interns who work for the trashiest TV talk show in history continues, as Chelsea's terrible secret is aired on national television--and Karma's family asks her to make a scary sacrifice!
Intern Karma is in love with the most gorgeous male intern at "Trash". And he's crazy about her. But if Demetrius is so into her, how could he mistake her for someone else? Could there be another girl just like Karma?
Six girls and guys are about to have one hot summer. They've been chosen to move to New York City and be interns on the new reality talk show Trash. But the real drama is going on behind the cameras.
In those days, the forces were none of them chained. They raged unchecked through every corner and quarter of the cosmos. Here ruled Laprivan of the Yellow Eyes, capricious, whimsical; when he stared things melted in frightful agony. At another place, creatures in number one million fought desperately for the possession of a single grain of dust; the fury of their contesting laid waste solar systems. On planets circling a million suns creatures who could think struggled to reduce the chaos to order, and when they thought they had most nearly achieved it, chance ordained that all their work should go for nothing, absorbed again into the faceless dark.
A collection of 11 short stories which focus on the difficult journeys teens take on their way to adulthood.
In association with the Library of Congress. From the perspective of those who lived through a time of pain, strife, and hope comes a powerful message for Black History Month and all year long. Told through unforgettable first-person accounts from slave narratives, journals, diaries, and other sources--much of it never before published for young people--this book is an overview of the antebellum South, the Civil War, and Reconstruction, 1800 to 1877. The perspectives of children and adults who lived through this time and witnessed its significant events are provided alongside photographs, engravings, news clippings, and other archival material held in the collections of the Library of Congress, and offer a poignant message for readers. A bibliography and an index round out the many offerings of this important addition to black history books for young readers.
Throughout the course of the year the Stanley Cup travels more than two hundred days, covering the width and breadth of the globe. Whether it's a celebration with the Stanley Cup champions as they take hockey's greatest prize back to their hometowns or spreading the hockey gospel according to Stanley, the trophy is recognized and revered everywhere it goes. And Phil Pritchard, the keeper of the cup, is with Stanley every step of the way. Travels with Stanley chronicles many of these visits. But this is a book that is as educational as it is entertaining. In each unique photograph, the Stanley Cup is pictured in an iconic setting, and readers are given a lesson in the history, geography, or trivia of the location. Whether visiting Elvis Presley's beloved Graceland, or NASA in Florida, Travels with Stanley is a totally unique, entertaining look at the world through the eyes of hockey's Holy Grail-- the Stanley Cup.
Fourteen-year-old Jennie's life is turning upside down. Her father has walked out, and her anguished mother seeks solace in pills. Her best friend practically abandons her to be with a boyfriend. It seems like Jennie's real best friend is her diary. Then she meets Mr. Johnstone, the substitute math teacher. Jennie has never met such a charismatic teacher. She feels honored when Mr. J. seems to single her out for special attention, and begins to fantasize about him as her boyfriend. When Mr. J. first reveals his feelings for her, she is thrilled by the relationship that grows outside the classroom walls. Then, slowly, Jennie's diary becomes a record of her loneliness, pain, and confusion. Will it also offer her a way to escape from this treacherous love?
In this second volume of the Warlocks of Talverdin series, Maurey, the Nightwalker prince, helps young Princess Eleanor combat a plot by her enemies to take over the kingdom.
The Hardys' Christmas in paradise, Hawaii-style, could turn out to be one big wipeout. Checking out the world-famous dolphin research center at Nai'a Bay, the boys discover that one of the dolphins has suffered a serious injury, and that one of the researchers has vanished without a trace. All the evidence points to kidnapping!
First she is Brown Hannah, a drab healer living in the enchanted Tanglewood. Then, when she challenges the magician who holds her captive, she becomes Green Hannah. Next, she is Golden Hannah traveling through the land, with talking animals and birds by her side. And, finally, Russet Hannah, when she makes the long journey back to where she first grew, and learns her true story. This eagerly anticipated novel, Meredith Ann Pierce's first in five years, is well worth the wait.
On a winter vacation in Wisconsin, Nancy and her friends stay in a 200-year-old castle where there is the rumor of a hidden treasure.
Set sail again on the most wonderful adventure tale ever told-- now told anew. The outline of the original Treasure Island remains, but it now features a 1950's setting and a fresh take on the characters. Scott's Treasure Island can be read as a thrilling modern adventure story, or as homage to the Stevenson classic. Either way, readers will experience great storytelling.
The story of Jim, a curious lad who finds a map, joins a cruise, thinks for himself, and saves the day.
An abridged version of the classic story about a boy who boards a ship headed to an island where treasure is buried. Adapted for young readers.
Ruby is back at Tate Prep, and it's her thirty-seventh week in the state of Noboyfriend. Her panic attacks are bad, her love life is even worse, and what's more: Noel is writing her notes, Jackson is giving her frogs, Gideon is helping her cook, and Finn is making her brownies. Rumors are flying, and Ruby's already-sucky reputation is heading downhill. Not only that, she's also: running a bake sale, learning the secrets of heavymetal therapy, encountering some seriously smelly feet, defending the rights of pygmy goats, and bodyguarding Noel from unwanted advances.In this companion novel to The Boyfriend List and The Boy Book, Ruby struggles to secure some sort of mental health, to understand what constitutes a real friendship, and to find true love--if such a thing exists.From the Hardcover edition.
Anthony Monday searches for the hidden treasure of the late town millionaire, Alpheus Winterborn, unaware of Winterborn's nephew's plans to steal the treasure away.
Our lives changed quickly in that one, single month, and in the years to follow we talked a lot about how that could happen. George believed it all started with the arrival of Gullah Jack . . . . Jack, you see, is the one who told us of the pirate's treasure buried on Amelia Island . . . . These are the ruminations of Mary Kingsley as she recounts the tumultuous events that changed her life when she was eleven years old. It is December 1813. Her family lives in La Florida, a Spanish territory under siege by Patriots from the United States of America. The Patriots want to force Spain out of the land it has ruled for nearly three hundred years. Mary is the youngest child of a former slave, Ana Jai Kingsley. Her father freed Mary and the rest of the family, but the Patriots don't care. They see no place for freed people of color in a new Florida. They want to make Mary and her family slaves again. Against these mighty events, Mary decides to search for a legendary pirate treasure with her brother George and her half-brother Diego. This treasure hunt, filled with danger, and recklessness, is compelling and unforgettable and it changes Mary Kingsley forever.
Elizabeth has struck it rich! On a special desert survival course, she discovers real gold nuggets and a treasure map. She knows she should forget the map and stick to the trail, but how can she resist the lure of adventure and more gold? Jessica, wanting to be richer than Lila Fowler, leads the group on the treasure hunt. Little does she know that three convicted murderers are right on their heels.... Will the group abandon the temptation of gold? Or will their greed lead them into horrifying danger? Join Elizabeth and Jessica in Book One of this terrifying two-part treasure-hunt miniseries!
Vowing to find the sunken ship of treasure that claimed his father's life, Tag Jones is unperturbed by rumors that the ship is haunted, but when he and his friend are asked to retrieve some sunken parcels, they find themselves in dangerous water.
Determined to be as strong and powerful as the first Harleigh, who built the rambling Weatherby Hall, Harleigh Fourth and an equally diminutive new friend try to foil the plans of a distant relative who is seeking the long-lost Weatherby fortune.
It's not fair that Clothilde's father has returned from World War I so disfigured that he retreats to the boathouse as a recluse. It's not fair that her brother has abandoned the family to live with his rich grandfather in Boston. It's not fair that her mother has reverted to the role of a lady, leaving Clothilde to do all the housework. And it's certainly not fair that the Maine peninsula that Clothilde inherited from a great-aunt may have to be sold to support the family. Then a mysterious Voice speaks to Clothilde, giving her the chance to change the life fate has dealt her and the people she loves. But Clothilde's wishes come true in unexpected, frightening ways -- and at a price she isn't sure she has the courage to pay.
Clothilde, a young girl, lives on a peninsula in Maine, an inheritance from a great-aunt she met once. But her parents are planning to sell it...
Searching for her father, Bird joins three other children, Issie, Dren, and Stoke, on a journey to the Kingdom of Wen to overthrow the evil Lord Rendarren.
You're invited to six Sweet Sixteens, in six locations across the country. The party is just getting started... "Trent" has his sixteenth birthday party all planned out -- a home-style Texas ranch shindig and a practical joke on Tina, the class misfit. What he didn't plan on was falling in love with his target ...
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