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Three heart-stopping tales of supernatural love pivot around girls’ kisses that are anything but innocent in Laini Taylor’s thrilling book, LIPS TOUCH THREE TIMES.
2 Sep 2009
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In the early 1950s, legendary baseball hero Jackie Robinson literally "tested the ice" for his kids who so eagerly wanted to skate on the frozen lake near their home. Under Sharon Robinson's skillful authorship and Kadir Nelson's vivid illustrations, TESTING THE ICE also becomes a stunning metaphor for her father's remarkable racial breakthrough.
15 Sep 2009
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This teenager looks into your eyes and sees the exact date you will die. In Rachel Ward's NUMBERS, soon all eyes hold the same date, thrusting Jem and her reckless boyfriend into an explosive realization--and their warp-speed attempt to escape.
11 Jan 2010
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It's 1962, and everyone is living in fear. Twelve-year-old Franny Chapman lives with her family in Washington, DC. Amidst the pervasive threat of nuclear war, Franny must face the tension between herself and her younger brother, figure out where she fits in with her family, and look beyond outward appearances.
17 May 2010
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Jim Benton's popular DEAR DUMB DIARY series takes a hilarious dive into his cartoon kids' discovery that THE WORST THINGS IN LIFE ARE ALSO FREE. Jamie and her friends concoct a not-always-cool way to raise funds for summer fun!
21 May 2010
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7 Feb 2011
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