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Yo quiero ser YouTuber

by Ignacio Esains

La guía más completa para convertirte en una estrella del canal de video más popular del mundo, con un paso a paso para encontrar tu propia identidad, consejos técnicos, aplicaciones y los mejores tips. Los youtubers han conquistado el mundo. En la última década, YouTube ha reemplazado a la televisión en los hábitos de una generación entera. Los youtubers son irreverentes, sinceros, e imprimen su personalidad en cada uno de sus videos. En estas páginas vas a conocer a los más populares, y entender cuál es la diferencia entre un youtuber de 100 suscriptores y los ídolos que superan los cinco millones. Youtube es el medio de expresión del futuro. No todos los youtubers son iguales. Algunos apuestan por la comedia. Otros crean detallados tutoriales sobre sus hobbies favoritos. Y los más audaces confiesan sus secretos más íntimos a sus seguidores en formato de "vlog". Este libro te enseña una serie de trucos para perderle el miedo a la cámara. Cómo controlar el tono de tu voz. Dónde mirar. Cómo escribir un guión. Cómo responder a los comentarios de tu comunidad y enfrentar a los temidos "trolls". Todo lo necesario para crear tu propio canal. ¿Qué tipo de cámara tengo que comprar? ¿Dónde debo instalar el micrófono? ¿Cuál es la mejor iluminación para mi cuarto? Yo quiero ser youtuber" tiene capítulos enteros dedicados a todas tus preguntas técnicas, desde las distintas aplicaciones de edición de video hasta los programas indicados para el streaming de videojuegos en vivo y en directo. Además, consejos para hacer que tu canal sea más visible en las búsquedas, las opciones más importantes de análisis de YouTube y la respuesta a la pregunta que muchos se hacen ¿cómo puedo vivir de mi canal?

Yo soy el idiota

by Varinia Painivilo (Americavi)

Yo soy el idiota, la segunda parte de la serie «Yo soy», llega cargada de emoción, reflexiones sobre la vida adolescente y muchísimo humor En su primer semestre de universidad, el ex capitán de fútbol Diego Copeland está angustiado y lleno de dudas. Abatido, decide jugar una última carta e intentar conseguir el perdón de Savannah viajando, nada más y nada menos, que al resort donde las niñas ricas hacen «sanación espiritual». Pero ¿servirá de algo simplemente aparecer y decir «lo siento»? Savannah no es la de antes, ha aprendido valiosas lecciones, ha madurado, y no está dispuesta a repetir los errores que tanto lo hicieron sufrir. ¿Logrará Diego evitar la separación definitiva y hacer que Savannah y él se entiendan de alguna forma?

Yo! Yes?

by Chris Raschka

This book captures the street poetry between two boys-one black, one white, one shy, one outgoing, one nerdy, one street-smart. At first the boys are shy and awkward but in the end their friendship explodes off the page.

Yo Yo Love

by Daaimah S. Poole

Sassy and savvy Kayla Johnson is a serious college student at Philadelphia's Temple University. She's also a fine-looking woman, with ginger-colored skin and more curves than the Liberty Bell. But if Kayla's all that, how come she can't find a man worthy of her charms? When Kayla sets off on a manhunt for Mr. Right, she finds herself hooking up with every hustler, nut, and fast-talking player in Philadelphia. There's Emar, the basketball hotshot who makes his best moves off-court; handsome Terry, who gets downright scary during a weekend in Jersey; and Reese, who'd be da bomb if he'd only drop his white girlfriend. But it's Kayla's relationship with smooth and sexy Wil that really rocks her world and teaches her how to fight for a man-and for her own independence. Because love doesn't get truly crazy until it's the real thing...and the only people who don't get played are the ones who stay out of the game...

Yo-yos (Rigby PM Chapter Books Emerald Levels 25-26, Fountas & Pinnell Select Collections Grade 3 Level P)

by Cathy Hope

The yo-yo is one of the oldest toys in the world, and it is enjoyed by people from many different cultures. <P><P>Yo-yos are made up of many small parts and can be made from a variety of different materials to help them spin. Follow the step-by-step instructions to make your own yo-yo, and with some practice, you can perform exciting yo-yo tricks.

Yon Ill Wind (Xanth #20)

by Piers Anthony

There had been a magic flux, the moment he changed form, resulting in a temporary weakness of the Interface. The spell required to fix him in this situation had done it, for even the most trifling Demon magic was stronger than that of all the lesser creatures combined. For the next few hours, it would be possible for things to pass through, entering Xanth without being twisted to some other time. That could mean significant mischief. Ordinarily he would automatically shore up the Interface to prevent such a nuisance, but as Nimby he couldn't. It was his policy to ignore the activities of his associated region, but the Interface the local creatures had established was useful, and helped keep things quiet, so he quietly supported it. He just had to hope that nothing really obnoxious passed from Mundania into Xanth, before the Interface healed itself.

The Yoruba Of West Africa (Celebrating The Peoples And Civilizations Of Africa Series)

by Jamie Hetfield

Many Yoruba from West Africa were brought to the Americas as slaves. Their culture has powerfully influenced the religion, art, and cuisine of our country. Kids will be fascinated to discover the roots of so many traditions.

You and Your Adolescent, New and Revised edition

by Laurence Steinberg

"Relax! The horror stories you have heard about adolescence are false." This is Dr. Laurence Steinberg's reassuring message to parents in this newly revised edition of his classic book You and Your Adolescent, which Publishers Weekly says is "filled with solid advice for the parents of adolescents." Among the new topics in this updated edition: * An expanded definition of adolescence to age 25, recognizing that college graduates often remain dependent on their parents for an extended period, creating a new parent-child dynamic * A discussion of social media that addresses whether parents of preteens and young teens should monitor use of these new communication tools * What new research into the adolescent brain tells us about teenage behavior As Dr. Steinberg writes, "Most books written for parents of teenagers were survival guides (many still are). Nowadays, adolescence is too long--15 years in some families--for mere survival. Knowledge, not fortitude, is what today's parents need. That's where this book comes in."

You Are The Everything

by Karen Rivers

Can you want something—or someone—so badly that it changes your destiny? <p><p> Elyse Schmidt never would have thought so, until it happened to her. When Elyse and her not-so-secret crush, Josh Harris, are the sole survivors of a plane crash, tragedy binds them together. It’s as if their love story is meant to be. Everything is perfect, as perfect as it can be when you’ve literally fallen out of the sky and landed hard on the side of a mountain—until suddenly it isn’t. When the pieces of Elyse’s life stop fitting together, what’s left? <p> You Are the Everything is a story about the fates we yearn for, the fates we choose, and the fates that are chosen for us.

You Are Here, This Is Now: The Best Young Writers and Artists in America (A Push Anthology)

by David Levithan

This provocative collection of stories and art was drawn from winners of the 1999, 2000, and 2001 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

You Are Not Alone: Hope for Hurting Parents of Troubled Kids

by Dena Yohe

"I can't tell you how to keep your child from making mistakes. But I can equip you with facts, tools, and resources. I can show you that you can survive this nightmare. I can encourage you that one day--somehow--you can thrive again."--Dena Yohe, You Are Not Alone You would go to the ends of the earth for your child. So, if your teenager or young adult is in the midst of crisis due to self-injury, mental illness, depression, bullying, or destructive choices, you probably feel broken, powerless, and isolated. Dena Yohe wants you to know you are not alone. You are not a bad parent. And you are going to be okay. Dena has been where you are. In You Are Not Alone, she speaks from experience as she offers healthy ways to maintain your other relationships, suggestions for responding to friends who don't understand, and ideas for keeping up your emotional and spiritual well-being when your world feels as if it's crashing down. It is possible to find purpose in your pain, joy beyond your fear, and hope for every tomorrow. Includes prayers, exercises, websites, and other helpful resources.From the Trade Paperback edition.

You Asked for Perfect

by Laura Silverman

For fans of Adam Silvera and Nina LaCour comes a timely novel about a teen's struggle when academic success and happiness pull him in opposite directions.Senior Ariel Stone is the perfect college applicant: first chair violinist, dedicated volunteer, active synagogue congregant, and expected valedictorian. And he works hard—really hard—to make his success look effortless. A failed calculus quiz is not part of his plan. Not when he's number one. Not when his peers can smell weakness like a freshman's body spray.Ariel throws himself into studying. His friends will understand if he skips a few plans, and he can sleep when he graduates. But as his grade continues to slide, Ariel realizes he needs help and reluctantly enlists a tutor, his classmate Amir. The two have never gotten along, but Ariel has no other options. Ariel discovers he may not like calculus, but he does like Amir. Except adding a new relationship to his long list of commitments may just push him past his limit.

You Bring the Distant Near

by Mitali Perkins

<p>This elegant young adult novel captures the immigrant experience for one Indian-American family with humor and heart. Told in alternating teen voices across three generations, <i>You Bring the Distant Near</i> explores sisterhood, first loves, friendship, and the inheritance of culture--for better or worse. <p>From a grandmother worried that her children are losing their Indian identity to a daughter wrapped up in a forbidden biracial love affair to a granddaughter social-activist fighting to preserve Bengali tigers, award-winning author Mitali Perkins weaves together the threads of a family growing into an American identity. <p>Here is a sweeping story of five women at once intimately relatable and yet entirely new. <P><b>2018 Walter Honors Book (Teen Category)</b>

You Can't Get There from Here

by Earl Hamner

This new novel--by the author of Spencer's Mountain--tells the delightfully warm story of a sixteen-year-old boy's search for his errant father on a single crucial day in New York City. The boy is Wes Scott. He arrives home from his summer with his Virginia grandparents to find that his father, Joe, has disappeared--again. And Wes decides that this time he's going to look for Joe. You Can't Get There From Here tells of the adventures--funny, sad, touching--that befall Wes during the day he spends on his own in the city. The search takes Wes the length and breadth of Manhattan: To Greenwich Village--where he meets an apartmentful of airline hostesses. To Macy's--where he finds himself the accomplice of a most eccentric lady shopper. To the Fifth Avenue bus--where he becomes the unwilling companion of a little, lost boy. To a show-business bar in Radio City--where he gives good advice on how to steal a bar stool. To the United Nations--where, he finds, dogs aren't allowed. To the Plaza Hotel--where he has a rendezvous with a most sophisticated lady. To a surprising, terrifying, touching climax where Wes learns at last the kind of man his father is.

You Can't Tell by Looking

by Russell J. Sanders

Gabe Dillon’s life changes when he gazes across his new school’s commons and spies handsome Kerem Uzun, and he wants to know more. Kerem is senior class president. He is mostly very well-liked. He comes from a family of doctors, is of Turkish heritage, and he is Muslim. At first, Gabe doesn’t understand the ritual he sees Kerem performing. But as the boys bond, Gabe is eager to learn about Islam. He’s falling in with a boy who may or may not be gay, a boy whose religion may condemn Gabe’s open homosexuality. Complicating the budding relationship is Timur, Kerem’s cousin, who has grown up alongside Kerem as his brother. A family tragedy left Timur homeless, and Kerem’s parents took him in. But as Kerem grows into his own way of looking at life and how it fits into his devout practice of his faith, Timur is becoming more fundamental in his practice of Islam. And he isn’t the only one opposed to the friendship between Kerem and Gabe. Can they forge a lasting relationship amid so many challenges?

You Decide Applying the Bill of Rights to Real Cases Student Edition

by George Smith Alene L. Smith

This is a middle and high school level textbook using real cases to explain the Bill of Rights.

You Don't Know Me but I Know You

by Rebecca Barrow

Rebecca Barrow’s bright, honest debut novel about chance, choice, and unconditional love is a heartfelt testament to creating the future you truly want, one puzzle piece at a time.There’s a box in the back of Audrey’s closet that she rarely thinks about.Inside is a letter, seventeen years old, from a mother she’s never met, handed to her by the woman she’s called Mom her whole life. Being adopted, though, is just one piece in the puzzle of Audrey’s life—the picture painstakingly put together by Audrey herself, full of all the people and pursuits that make her who she is.But when Audrey realizes that she’s pregnant, she feels something—a tightly sealed box in the closet corners of her heart—crack open, spilling her dormant fears and unanswered questions all over the life she loves.Almost two decades ago, a girl in Audrey’s situation made a choice, one that started Audrey’s entire story. Now Audrey is paralyzed by her own what-ifs and terrified by the distance she feels growing between her and her best friend Rose. Down every possible path is a different unfamiliar version of her life, and as she weighs the options in her mind, she starts to wonder—what does it even mean to be Audrey Spencer?

You Don't Know My Name

by Kristen Orlando

Fighter, Faker, Student, Spy. Seventeen-year-old Reagan Elizabeth Hillis is used to changing identities overnight, lying to every friend she’s ever had, and pushing away anyone who gets too close. Trained in mortal combat and weaponry her entire life, Reagan is expected to follow in her parents’ footsteps and join the ranks of the most powerful top-secret agency in the world, the Black Angels. Falling in love with the boy next door was never part of the plan.Now Reagan must decide: Will she use her incredible talents and lead the dangerous life she was born into, or throw it all away to follow her heart and embrace the normal life she's always wanted? And does she even have a choice? Find out if you are ready to join the Black Angels in the captivating and emotional page-turner, You Don't Know My Name, from debut novelist Kristen Orlando!

You Don't Live Here

by Robyn Schneider

Robyn Schneider, author of The Beginning of Everything, delivers a witty and heartbreaking tale of first love, second beginnings, and last chances in this timely and authentic bisexual coming-of-age story, perfect for fans of Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera.In Southern California, no one lives more than thirty miles from the nearest fault line. Sasha Bloom is standing right on top of one when her world literally crumbles around her. With her mother now dead and father out of the picture, Sasha moves in with her estranged grandparents.Living in her mom’s old bedroom, Sasha has no idea who she is anymore. Luckily, her grandparents are certain they know who she should be: A lawyer in the making. Ten pounds skinnier. In a socially advantageous relationship with a boy from a good family—a boy like Cole Edwards.And Cole has ideas for who Sasha should be, too. His plus one at lunch. His girlfriend. His.Sasha tries to make everything work, but that means folding away her love of photography, her grief for her mother, and he growing interest in the magnificently clever Lily Chen. Sasha wants to follow Lily off the beaten path, to discover hidden beaches, secret menus, and the truth about dinosaur pee.But being friends with Lily might lead somewhere new. Is Sasha willing to stop being the girl everyone expects and let the girl beneath the surface breath through?

You Have Seen Their Faces

by Erskine Caldwell Margaret Bourke-White

During the Great Depression, Author and Margaret Bourke-White traveled across the back roads of the Deep South to document the living conditions of the sharecropper. They captured their subjects in the shacks where they lived, the depleted fields where they plowed, and the churches where they worshiped.

You Know Me Well

by David Levithan Nina Lacour

Who knows you well? Your best friend? Your boyfriend or girlfriend? A stranger you meet on a crazy night? No one, really? Mark and Kate have sat next to each other for an entire year, but have never spoken. For whatever reason, their paths outside of class have never crossed. That is until Kate spots Mark miles away from home, out in the city for a wild, unexpected night. Kate is lost, having just run away from a chance to finally meet the girl she has been in love with from afar. Mark, meanwhile, is in love with his best friend Ryan, who may or may not feel the same way. When Kate and Mark meet up, little do they know how important they will become to each other -- and how, in a very short time, they will know each other better than any of the people who are supposed to know them more. A book told in alternating points of view by Nina LaCour, the award-winning author of Hold Still and The Disenchantments, and David Levithan, the best-selling author of Every Day and co-author of Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist(with Rachel Cohn) and Will Grayson,

You May Now Kill the Bride (Return to Fear Street #1)

by R. L. Stine

NEW Fear Street stories with a retro look, perfect for fans of Stranger Things!Two sisters, divided by time. Each with a terrible resentment she can barely contain.Two Fear family weddings, decades apart... Each bride will find that the ancient curse that haunts the Fears LIVES ON. It feeds off the evil that courses through their blood. It takes its toll in unexpected ways, and allows dark history to repeat itself.In this all-new Fear Street story, family ties bind sisters together—till DEATH do they part.

You Must Not Miss

by Katrina Leno

One of Us Is Lying meets Carrie in this suspenseful story of friendship, family, and revenge. <P><P> Magpie Lewis started writing in her yellow notebook the day after her family self-destructed. The day her father ruined her mother's life. The day Eryn, Magpie's sister, skipped town and left her to fend for herself. The day of Brandon Phipp's party.Now Magpie is called a slut in the hallways of her high school, her former best friend won't speak to her, and she spends her lunch period with a group of misfits who've all been as socially exiled as she has. And so, feeling trapped and forgotten, Magpie retreats to her notebook, dreaming up a magical place called Near.Near is perfect - a place where her father never cheated, her mother never drank, and Magpie's own life never derailed so suddenly. She imagines Near so completely, so fully, that she writes it into existence, right in her own backyard. At first, Near is a peaceful escape, but soon it becomes something darker, somewhere nightmares lurk and hidden truths come to light. Soon it becomes a place where Magpie can do anything she wants...even get her revenge. <P><P> You Must Not Miss is an intoxicating, twisted tale of magic, menace, and the monsters that live inside us all.

You, New Jersey and the World

by John T. Cunningham

Introduces the geography, history, industries, cities, government, and people of "The Garden State."

You Owe Me a Murder

by Eileen Cook

Seventeen-year-old Kim gets more than she bargained for when she is set up for murder. Perfect for fans of One of Us is Lying, E. Lockhart, and Gillian Flynn. 17-year-old Kim never expected to plot a murder. But that was before her boyfriend dumped her for another girl. Now, Kim’s stuck on a class trip to London with him and his new soulmate and she can’t help wishing he was a little bit dead, even if she’d never really do that. But when Kim meets Nicki, a stranger on the plane who’s more than willing to listen to Kim’s woes, things start to look up. Nicki's got a great sense of humor, and when she jokes about swapping murders, Kim plays along—that is, until Kim’s ex-boyfriend mysteriously dies. Blackmailed by Nicki to fulfill her end of the deal, Kim will have to commit a murder or take the fall for one.

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