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  • Notes from a Spinning Planet--Irelandby Melody Carlson

    The Crown Publishing Group 2008; US$ 12.99

    It?s pretty humiliating to admit, but I?ve never flown in a plane before today. So wouldn?t you think that I?d be feeling pretty jazzed right now? Instead I keep grabbing onto these armrests as I ask myself why on earth I ever agreed to come on this frightening trip.? Affectionately teased as a ?country bumpkin,? nineteen year-old Maddie has never... more...

  • Porch Liesby Patricia Mckissack; Andre Carrilho

    Random House Children's Books 2008; US$ 19.99

    Side-splittingly funny, spine-chillingly spooky, this companion to a Newbery Honor?winning anthology The Dark Thirty is filled with bad characters who know exactly how to charm. From the author's note that takes us back to McKissack's own childhood when she would listen to stories told on her front porch... to the captivating introductions... more...

  • The Decoding of Lana Morrisby Laura Mcneal; Tom Mcneal

    Random House Children's Books 2008; US$ 9.99

    A Kirkus Reviews Best Young Adult Book of the Year A New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age Sixteen-year-old Lana Morris wishes her life were different: her Ice Queen of a foster mother won't leave her alone, and she has no friends but the other foster kids she takes care of. Then she stumbles into a mysterious antique shop and trades her... more...

  • What If . . . All the Boys Wanted Youby Liz Ruckdeschel; Sara James

    Random House Children's Books 2008; US$ 8.95

    Haley's back at Hillsdale High after a New England vacation with her family. She's got a new haircut and some great new clothes, but the same problems--and the same people--continue to follow her. Coco and Whitney want to groom her to become the next Coquette now that they've kicked Sasha to the curb, but is Haley ready to make the changes they demand?... more...

  • Nicky Deuce: Home for the Holidaysby Steven R. Schirripa; Charles Fleming

    Random House Children's Books 2009; US$ 6.99

    If you ask Nicholas Borelli II--better known as Nicky Deuce--winter in New Jersey is awfully boring compared to summertime in Brooklyn, where he had the best two weeks of his life. Now it's cold out, he's back in school, and he has to live without Grandma Tutti's home cooked Italian meals and Uncle Franklie's funny tough-guy attitude. But not for... more...

  • Rotten School #8: The Teacher from Heckby R.L. Stine; Trip Park

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.99

    Is Mrs. Heinie Gone Forever? Mrs. Heinie is so nearsighted, she can't find her nose without her glasses on! But she doesn't have to see to know that Bernie Bridges and his Rotten House buddies are up to no good. Cuz they're ALWAYS up to no good! Mrs. H. decides she can't take it anymore! She's replaced by a teacher named Mr. Skruloose. He's the... more...

  • Your Life, but Betterby Crystal Velasquez

    Random House Children's Books 2010; US$ 7.99

    Have you ever read a story and wondered what you would do in that situation? Would you run into the abandoned house after the killer? Or run screaming from the scene to analyze the whole thing with your friends? Would you be bold enough to flirt with your crush?even though he has a girlfriend? Or would you quietly back off, in hopes of meeting a... more...

  • A Little Princessby Frances Hodgson Burnett

    ReadHowYouWant 2009; US$ 3.99

    It is about a rich, little girl called Sara who is sent to Ms. Minchin’s seminary by her father. She becomes the star pupil there and is very kind to a poor maid called Becky. During her life, she faces many hardships as she goes from riches to rags. But with her imagination and undying hope, she faces any challenge which life throws at her. A... more...

  • Goddesses #1: Heaven Sentby Clea Hantman

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 5.99

    Three goddesses, banished to earth by their dad, Zeus (yeah, that Zeus)...Era, on mortal boys: "Look at him. Even the gods back home aren't that cute." Polly, on Nova High gossip: "I'm simply not in the mood to chatter on about silly spiteful girlsor cute Johnny Jims or sauerkraut breath." Thalia, on earth: "I mean, we don't know what earth is... more...

  • Goddesses #2: Three Girls and a Godby Clea Hantman

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 5.99

    The muses were doing fine until he showed up....Dylan from Denver, on dinner with Thalia: "I'm not sure, but I feel this is fate. I feel a connection to you.Plus, you are totally adorable -- just have dinner with me." Thalia, on dinner with Dylan: "Stop stalking me." Thalia, Era, and Polly are giving life on earth another try. But it's hard for... more...