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Where Did I Come From?

by Mayle, Peter

An "adult juvenile," tells the facts of life like they are-and in a way that children can understand and parents can enjoy. Appealing, instructive, thorough, picture descriptions.


by King, Stephen

An unpopular teenage girl whose mother is a religious fanatic is tormented and teased to the breaking point by her more popular schoolmates and uses her hidden telekinetic powers to inflict a terrifying revenge.

Family Secrets

by Klein, Norma

Peter and Leslie, high school seniors who are lovers, have to make some adjustments when Peter's father and Leslie's mother marry, making them stepbrother and stepsister.

Mommy Laid An Egg

by Cole, Babette

On My Honor

by Bauer, Marion Dane

Joel's best friend, Tony, always has exciting ideas, but what happens when Tony convinces Joel to swim in a dangerous river? A Newbury Honor book.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

by Twain, Mark

Mark Twain's classic story of a young boy's life in a small town on the Mississippi River.

The Arizona Kid

by Koertge, Ron

Sixteen-year-old Billy spends the summer with his gay uncle in Tucson and works at a racetrack, where he falls in love with an outspoken horse exerciser named Cara Mae.

The Dead Zone

by King, Stephen

Tiger Eyes

by Blume, Judy

Davey has never felt so alone in her life. Her father is dead--shot in a holdup--and now her mother is moving the family to New Mexico to try to recover.

Song of Solomon

by Morrison, Toni

Dramatic story of the black experience in America, by the Nobel Prize winning author

Always Running: La Vida Loca, Gang Days in LA

by Rodríguez, Luis J.

Biography of a Mexican-American teenager living in LA, a member of a Hispanic gang

Private Parts

by Stern, Howard

The memoir of the king of shock radio, Howard Stern.

Where's Waldo?

by Hanford, Martin

Summer of My German Soldier

by Greene, Bette

As Patty Bergen turns twelve, her hometown turns into a campsite for German prisoners during World War II and she comes to befriend a Nazi prison escapee.

The Story of Little Black Sambo

by Bannerman, Helen


The Pillars of the Earth (Pillars of the Earth #1)

by Follett, Ken

Intrigue, passion, romance and unforgettable characters in crude and flamboyant 12th century England, vividly orchestrated by a true master of suspense.

Running Loose

by Crutcher, Chris

Louie Banks has it made. He's got a starting spot on the football team, good friends, and a smart, beautiful girlfriend who loves him as much as he loves her.

Sex Education: A Novel

by Davis, Jenny

As a project for an unusually open class in sex education, Livvie and her boyfriend David learn to care for a pregnant young neighbor, and also about love and caring and eventually about pain and courage.

The Drowning of Stephan Jones

by Greene, Bette

The story is about a homosexual boy, Stephan Jones, getting harassed by others and finally being brutally murdered.

Girls and Sex

by Pomeroy, Wardell

How to Eat Fried Worms

by Rockwell, Thomas

Because of a bet, Billy is in an uncomfortable position of having to eat fifteen worms in fifteen days. Billy's family helps him through gastronomic ordeal that twists and turns with each new day, leaving the outcome of the bet continually in doubt.

The View from the Cherry Tree

by Roberts, Willo Davis

Rob admits having seen a murder, but no one believes him-- except the murderer

The Headless Cupid

by Snyder, Zilpha Keatley

The Stanley kids have a new step-sister, Amanda, who studies witchcraft. When strange things start happening, David suspects Amanda of causing mischief until they learn their house really was haunted a long time ago. A Newbery Honor Book.

The Terrorist

by Cooney, Caroline B.

Sixteen-year-old Laura, an American living in London, tries to find the person responsible for the death of her younger brother Billy, who has been killed by a terrorist bomb.

Jump Ship to Freedom (Arabus Family Saga, Book 2)

by Collier, James Lincoln and Collier, Christopher

Young Daniel Arabus and his mother are slaves in the house of Captain Ivers of Stratford, Connecticut.

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