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- Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers 2011; US$ 7.99
Come hear a song about a baby, a very special baby. Come hear a song about you. This affectionate tribute to the all-encompassing love of a child will touch parents' and grandparents' hearts at the same time that it satisfies children's requests to tell them about when they were little. Best-selling author Marion Dane Bauer's lyrical text and... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2009; Not Available
For fifteen-year-old Haven this is the summer where everything changes. Dad is remarrying. Her sister Ashley is planning a wedding of her own. They're both moving on, but Haven is lost in memories of a time when life was happy and her family was whole. And then Ashley's ex, the charming and funny Sumner Lee, arrives in town. He reminds... more...
- Bambu 2010; US$ 8.95
Touching and multilayered, this novel tells the story of Penny, an 11-year-old Italian American living in 1950s New Jersey who is looking forward to a summer of butter pecan ice cream, swimming, and baseball. Penny?s idyll is shattered by several events, though. First, her mother starts dating the milkman. Then, Penny?s arm goes through the wringer... more...
- Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) 2008; US$ 8.99
Juliet?s a worrywart, and no wonder! Her little sister, Oaf, follows her around taking notes and singing ?The Irritating Song? all day long. Her parents are always arguing about Dad?s clutter. Nana?s so tired of craft lessons that she starts barbecuing things in the middle of the night. And Juliet?s friends Lindsay and Gemma are competing to see... more...
- Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) 2008; US$ 8.99
Zoe's arms prickle. She turns, trying to take it all in. The ache inside returns. It is not for her. It is too much. A real room with real floors and walls. A room for sleeping, and reading and dancing and . . . in her imagination she has pictured the room, but she has never pictured herself in it. Can seventeen-year-old Zoe make it on her own?... more...
- Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers 2008; Not Available
"I mean, it's not as if I want a father. I have a father. It's just that I don't know who he is or where he is. But I have one." Ramiro Lopez and Jake Upthegrove don't appear to have much in common. Ram lives in the Mexican-American working-class barrio of El Paso called "Dizzy Land." His brother is sinking into a world of drugs, wreaking havoc... more...
- Atheneum Books for Young Readers 2009; Not Available
"Our lives will always be in the hands of our mothers, whether we like it or not." Nazia doesn't mind when her friends tease and call her a good beti, a dutiful daughter. Growing up in a working-class family in Karachi, Pakistan, Nazia knows that obedience is the least she can give to her mother, who has spent years saving and preparing for her... more...
- Atheneum Books for Young Readers 2008; Not Available
Life in Sassafras Springs has always been predictable, boring even, but one afternoon that changes when Eben McAllister's pa challenges him to find Seven Wonders in Sassafras that rival the real Seven Wonders of the World. The reward? An adventure that Eben's been craving -- a trip to Colorado. Even doesn't think he'll have any luck -- he can't... more...
- Atheneum Books for Young Readers 2010; Not Available
Jaya is from Trinidad, Maria is from Mexico, and Lola is from Slovakia. The girls couldn?t be more different, except for two things: They?re all the daughters of maids and nannies in their prosperous suburban town of Meadowbrook, and they all long to fit in and succeed among their more privileged peers. But when Jaya?s mother is accused of stealing... more...