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by Gregory Scott Katsoulis

In this gripping sequel to All Rights Reserved, Speth Jime has freed her home of Portland from the oppressive system that forced everyone to pay for every word they spoke. Now she will discover the cost of that freedom, and the devastating secrets of the world beyond her dome.On the day she went silent, Speth never meant for anyone to follow her lead—or to start a rebellion of Silents. But after taking down the tyrant Silas Rog and freeing the city from his grasp, everyone is looking to Speth for answers she doesn’t have. All she wants is to find her parents, who are shackled to a lifetime of servitude in exchange for a debt they can never repay. But how can Speth leave her friends to fend for themselves when she’s the reason their city is in chaos?When the government threatens to restore the WiFi and take back the city, Speth is forced to flee with a ragtag group of friends by her side. Together, they embark on a dangerous journey outside the dome they’ve lived in their entire lives, in search of a better future. Along the way, Speth will discover the shattering truth about their world…and the role she’ll need to play to save it.

The Accident (Trippin' #2)

by Pj Gray

Troy and Justin have been through a lot together. But Troy has had enough of street life. He cleans up his act. Finds a job. Takes classes at night. Justin is the same fun-loving guy he's always been. He hops from job to job. But he prefers mooching off his girlfriend. About to get dumped, Justin is glum. Then Troy suggests a road trip.

Accidental Movie Star-nook

by Emily Evans

How did Ashley spend her summer vacation? Imagine the hottest guy in Hollywood. Do you see the girl next to him, the one handing him a cup of tea? Yeah. That’s her. Interning on a major motion picture is not all bad. She gets to watch some of the scenes and even offer her opinion. “That kiss looked lame. Laughably weak. There’s no chance at an MTV award with that kiss.” LOL. Until the director says, “Hey, Intern. Yeah, you. Ashley. You’re right. So, teach Caspian how to kiss. Oh, and get in front of the camera. We're going to need you in this next shot." OMG.

The Accidental Orphan

by Constance Horne

Short-listed for the 1999 Silver Birch Award Eleven-year-old Ellen finds herself wrongly accused of stealing while selling flowers on the Liverpool docks. In her escape she becomes a stowaway aboard a steamship bound for Canada, an unwilling member of a band of orphans headed for new families on the Prairies. Adopted by the Aitkens, a family on a Manitoba homestead, she soon lands herself at the centre of a number of calamities, unexpectedly learning about rural life in the New World and the value of family ties, both those forged in blood and those forged in trust.


by Valerie Sherrard

Short-listed for the 2012 SYRCA Snow Willow Award Lexie Malton is an average Vancouver teen with fairly typical issues. Her stepmother is far from her favourite person, she has a sister with special needs, and life outside the home is the usual mix of school, friends, and social events. But Lexie has a secret. Her ex-boyfriend, Devlin Mather, is now a heroin addict living on the street, and only Lexie knows that shes the one who put him there. Guilt makes her give in to Devlins demands for money time and time again, even though she knows how dangerous his drug use is. Lexie finally gathers the strength to stop enabling Devlin. But when he seeks treatment for his addiction, Lexie finds herself drawn back to him, never guessing what a dark and deadly path she has just chosen. Devlin relapses, and his desperation leads to an act that will change both of their lives forever.

Accountancy 11th Standard - Tamilnadu Board

by Training State Council of Educational Research

Accountancy Textbook for the 11th Standard Students, preparing for Tamil Nadu State Board Exam.

Accountancy Volume-1 12th Standard - Tamilnadu Board

by Training State Council of Educational Research

Accountancy Textbook Volume-1 for the 12th Standard Students, preparing for Tamil Nadu State Board Exam.

Accountancy Volume-2 12th Standard - Tamilnadu Board

by Training State Council of Educational Research

Accountancy Textbook Volume-2 for the 12th Standard Students, preparing for Tamil Nadu State Board Exam.

Accuracy (New State #1)

by Jordan Gillespie

New State: Book OneLife is cheap in the new American Republic, as officer-in-training Lailani Harris knows well. Any who break the oppressive government’s rules end up as live target practice, and one day Lai sees a face she recognizes in her sights. Since she can’t bring herself to execute her cousin, she recruits her best friend, and they undertake a daring rescue that lands all three of them on the run. As they uncover the true depths of corruption in the government and stumble into a resistance movement, Lai’s destiny unfolds. It’s hard to believe a single person can stand against such a powerful adversary, but she might be the one to turn the tide.

Ace of Shades (The Shadow Game Series #1)

by Amanda Foody

Welcome to the City of Sin, where casino families reign, gangs infest the streets…and secrets hide in every shadowEnne Salta was raised as a proper young lady, and no lady would willingly visit New Reynes, the so-called City of Sin. But when her mother goes missing, Enne must leave her finishing school—and her reputation—behind to follow her mother’s trail to the city where no one survives uncorrupted.Frightened and alone, Enne has only one lead: the name Levi Glaisyer. Unfortunately, Levi is not the gentleman she expected—he’s a street lord and con man. Levi is also only one payment away from cleaning up a rapidly unraveling investment scam, so he doesn’t have time to investigate a woman leading a dangerous double life. Enne’s offer of compensation, however, could be the solution to all his problems. Their search for clues leads them through glamorous casinos, illicit cabarets and into the clutches of a ruthless Mafia donna. As Enne unearths an impossible secret about her past, Levi’s enemies catch up to them, ensnaring him in a vicious execution game where the players always lose. To save him, Enne will need to surrender herself to the city…And she’ll need to play.

Achilles: The Deep Sky Saga - Book One (The Deep Sky Saga #1)

by Greg Boose

Young colonists find themselves stranded on an unpopulated moon—and not as alone as they thought—in a series debut from the author of The Red Bishop. The year is 2221, and humans have colonized a planet called Thetis in the Silver Foot Galaxy. After a tragic accident kills dozens of teenage colonists, Thetis’s leaders are desperate to repopulate. So Earth sends the Mayflower 2—a state-of-the-art spaceship—across the universe to bring new homesteaders to the colony. For orphaned teen Jonah Lincoln, the move to Thetis is a chance to reinvent himself, to be strong and independent and brave, the way he could never be on Earth. But his dreams go up in smoke when their ship crash-lands, killing half the passengers and leaving the rest stranded—not on Thetis, but on its cruel and unpopulated moon, Achilles. Between its bloodthirsty alien life forms and its distance from their intended location, Achilles is a harrowing landing place. When all of the adult survivors suddenly disappear, leaving the teenage passengers to fend for themselves, Jonah doubts they’ll survive at all, much less reach Thetis—especially when it appears Achilles isn’t as uninhabited as they were led to believe. Praise for Greg Boose’s The Red Bishop: “Boose’s prose is quick, dark, exciting. He’s got the thriller element dialed. There are shades of Stephen King in the breathless horror of it all. This isn’t your everyday YA novel, there’s way more to it.” —Lauren Herstik,


by Juana Inés Dehesa Andrés Acosta Jaima Alfonso Sandoval M. B. Brozon

Cuatro cuentos dolorosamente necesarios. Cuatro historias y un solo problema, tan cercano, que a veces no alcanzamos a distinguirlo con claridad. Cuatro destacados escritores mexicanos unen sus talentos para darle una nueva perspectiva a un tipo de violencia que se ha vuelto parte de la realidad que nos toca vivir. Juana Inés Dehesa, Mónica B. Brozon, Jaime Alfonso Sandoval y Andrés Acosta tejen sus historias a lo largo de este volumen, haciéndonos voltear hacia el bullying cibernético, el acoso en la escuela, la violencia de género y la falta de tolerancia a quienes piensan diferente.

Across Five Aprils

by Irene Hunt

The unforgettable story of young Jethro Creighton who comes of age during the turbulent years of the Civil War.<P><P> Newbery Award Honors book

Across the Kolgan Sea

by Benjamin R. Babst

The Agrian and Shaloor are two kingdoms that have held a bitter grudge against each other for centuries. Even small disputes have led to bloody wars. So you can only imagine what happens when Erland, a young Shaloor, is found beached in Agria.He manages to escape by pure luck, leaving him with the meager task of returning home. Simple enough. Unless, of course, Erland wishes to do so without drawing the ire of the Agrians or their god. That might take a little more effort.

Across the Nightingale Floor (Tales of the Otori #1)

by Lian Hearn

This is the story of a young man whose family is massacred and who is rescued by a noble. It is also the story of a young girl who has been imprisoned in a castle simply to be held hostage for the good behavior of her family. It is a story of magic and loyalty and love. It won a number of awards for young adult fiction.

The Acting Bug

by Kathryn Ellis

TV stardom – fame, fortune, and Hollywood! It’s the chance of a lifetime for Kate Merriman when she lands a small role in a new TV series called Backbeat. But it’s less fun when Kate finds out her best friend Maria has turned down the part she’s been offered in the show. They’re always there for each other. How can Kate succeed when Maria’s not there to share this new adventure. And why doesn’t their friendship seem to work any more? In her first novel in the Backbeat series, Kathryn Ellis provides a lively look into the world of TV shows – and close friendships.

Action At Third

by R. G. Emery

This book will give a rare satisfaction to the person who knows baseball; and even the casually interested will be stimulated to a new appreciation of America's number-one sport. For Action At Third is more than merely sports fiction-- it is an expertly focused portrayal of defensive baseball, illustrated by a power-hitting team that learns, before it is too late, that good hitting will not always guarantee a win. Johnny Hyland, third baseman for the Dallas Hawks, plays common sense baseball; and he also has some unique ideas about how the Hawks can achieve the proper offensive-defensive balance. When manager Mitch Corey suffers from occupational ulcers, Johnny becomes the player-manager and gets his chance to make third base an outpost of strategy. His radical shake-up of the infield seems to defy accepted practice, and his bold defensive techniques are often bewildering--but they work with amazing success. The reader will admire Johnny's originality and applaud his courage, for this is baseball at its best. By the author of HYLAND OF THE HAWKS, etc.

Active Memory

by Dan Wells

From Dan Wells, author of the New York Times bestselling Partials Sequence, comes the third installment in a thrilling sci-fi noir series set in 2050 Los Angeles.Even in a world where technology connects everyone’s minds, it would seem that some secrets can still remain hidden.For all the mysteries teen hacker Marisa Carneseca has solved, one has always eluded her: When she was two years old, she was in a car accident in which she lost her arm and a mob boss’s wife, Zenaida de Maldonado, lost her life. No one can tell her what she was doing in that car, or how it led to the feud between the Carnesecas and the Maldonados. The secrets from the past rise violently to the surface when Zenaida's freshly severed hand shows up at the scene of a gangland shooting. If Zenaida is—or was—still alive, it means there’s even more about Marisa’s past that she doesn’t know.And when everyone from Los Angeles gangs to the world’s largest genetic engineering firms becomes involved in the case, it’s clear there’s more happening under the surface than anyone cares to admit.The truth is out there, and Marisa will have to thread together lost friends, corporate assassins, a gang lord’s digital brain, and what might be a literal ghost from the past in order to find it.

Adam And His Kin

by Ruth Beechick

The purpose of this book is to provide a simple narrative of the events of the period of time covered in the opening chapters of Genesis.

Ada's Violin: The Story of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay

by Sally Wern Comport Susan Hood

From award-winning author Susan Hood and illustrator Sally Wern Comport comes the extraordinary true tale of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay, an orchestra made up of children playing instruments built from recycled trash. <P><P>Ada Ríos grew up in Cateura, a small town in Paraguay built on a landfill. She dreamed of playing the violin, but with little money for anything but the bare essentials, it was never an option...until a music teacher named Favio Chávez arrived. He wanted to give the children of Cateura something special, so he made them instruments out of materials found in the trash. It was a crazy idea, but one that would leave Ada—and her town—forever changed. Now, the Recycled Orchestra plays venues around the world, spreading their message of hope and innovation.

Addis on the Inside

by Annabelle Jay

Seventeen-year-old orphan Jayla lives in NORCC, or the New Orleans Rehabilitation Center for Children, where all the children of morphoid-addicted Addis go to wait for a clean family to adopt them. When Jayla’s long-lost sister, Jo, arrives from the dome where the Addis are kept and tells her about the Authority’s plan to gas all the domes across the country, Jayla decides that she’s been in NORCC long enough. With the help of her NORCC crew of girls, including her almost-girlfriend, Arla, and a new love interest, Riley, Jayla must take down the Authority while discovering powers she never knew she had. Unfortunately, the plot to kill the Addis is not the only secret their leaders are keeping. Jayla must fight both the Authority and her own demons in order to stop the annihilation of her people.

Adolesceeeencia: ¿Adolescentes para siempre?

by Alvaro Alcuri

El psicólogo Álvaro Alcuri, con mirada aguda y comunicación clara, reflexiona sobre esta etapa de la vida en este momento sociocul tural en que la adolescentitis, o adolescencia sin fin, nos define. A partir de su experiencia profesional, analiza situaciones co tidianas que atraviesan nuestros adolescentes y que nos interpelan como padres, educadores y ciudadanos. ¿Qué es la adolescencia? ¿Es el despertar biológico de la madurezsexual? ¿Es hormonal? ¿Social? ¿Cultural? ¿Es todo eso junto? ¿Es uninvento de la moder-nidad? El psicólogo Álvaro Alcuri, con mirada aguday comunicación clara, reflexiona sobre esta etapa de la vida en estemomento sociocultural en que la adoles¬centitis, o adolescencia sin fin,nos define. A partir de su experiencia profesional, analiza situacionescotidia¬nas que atraviesan nuestros adolescentes y que nos interpelancomo padres, educadores y ciudadanos.«La adolescencia sin fin de Peter Pan y el País del Nunca Jamás, debe,algún día, terminar. Nosotros, padres, edu¬cadores, figuras de autoridaddebemos comunicárselo a los muchachos, en tiempo y forma, fuerte yclaro. No hay otro camino. Si no "mueren" como adolescentes, nuncanacerán adultos, y sin adultos, estaremos construyendo una sociedadlight, con padres que lloran la milonga y les piden a otros, al PadreEstado, a educadores, mé¬dicos, psicólogos, policías, que solucionen loque ellos no pueden, que eduquen lo que no les resultó cómodo educar,que pongan los límites que no supieron poner.

Adolescence (My Development Kit Series)

by Ian McMahan

Adolescence, by Ian McMahan, combines rigorous, scientific coverage of adolescent development research with a scholarly yet enjoyable narrative style that is rarely found in textbooks. <P><P>The table of contents follows an ecological systems framework to show how individual teens both affect and are affected by their families, peers, schools, and society. <P><P>Adolescence also employs unique pedagogy to ensure students practice active learning and deep processing, focus on the practical applications of what they are studying, think critically and become educated consumers of the research

Adolescence: (Eleventh Edition)

by Laurence D. Steinberg

<P>Cutting-edge science, personalized for today’s students. <P>As a well-respected researcher, Laurence Steinberg connects current research with real-world application, helping students see the similarities and differences in adolescent development across different social, economic, and cultural backgrounds. <P>Through an integrated, personalized digital learning program, students gain the insight they need to study smarter, stay focused, and improve their performance.

Adolescence (13th edition)

by John W. Santrock

The new edition includes substantially expanded material on diversity and culture, adolescents and emerging adults health and well-being, including numerous recommendations for improving the lives of adolescents.

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