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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Live to Tell, by Lisa Harrington

It’s a night she’ll never remember. When Libby Thorne wakes up in the hospital, they tell her she was in a car accident.  They tell her it was her fault, and that an innocent victim is clinging to life. And

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The Opposite of Geek, by Ria Voros

 As if having a semi-nudist, food-obsessed family wasn’t awkward enough, Gretchen has lost her best friend to the fanatical school swim team, and her chemistry grade is so close to negative digits that only emergency tutoring can save it. Then

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The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B, by Teresa Toten

When Adam meets Robyn at a support group for kids coping with obsessive-compulsive disorder, he is drawn to her almost before he can take a breath. He”s determined to protect and defend her–to play Batman to her Robyn–whatever the cost.

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Apparition, by Gail Gallant

The last time seventeen-year-old Amelia Mackenzie saw her best friend Matthew alive, he broke her heart. When he is found the next day in an abandoned barn at the edge of town, an apparent suicide, Amelia’s whole world comes crashing

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Creeps, by Darren Hynes

Fifteen-year-old Wayne Pumphrey wishes he were courageous enough to actually send the heartfelt letters he writes to friends and family. He also wishes his father would drive on the right side of the street, his mother would stop packing her

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Tag Along, by Tom Ryan

It’s junior prom night. Andrea is grounded for getting her older brother to buy booze for her, Paul is having panic attacks, Roemi has been stood up by his Internet date, and Candace is busy tagging a building (before she

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Audacious, by Gabrielle Prendergast

Sixteen-year-old Raphaelle says the wrong thing, antagonizes the wrong people and has the wrong attitude. She can’t do anything right except draw, but she draws the wrong pictures. When her father moves the family to a small prairie city, Raphaelle

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Baygirl, by Heather Smith

Growing up in a picturesque Newfoundland fishing villageshould be idyllic for sixteen-year-old Kit Ryan, but living with an alcoholic father makes Kit”s day-to-day life unpredictable and almost intolerable. When the 1992 cod moratorium forces her father out of a job, the

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The Oathbreaker’s Shadow, by Amy McCulloch

In the world of fifteen-year-old Raim, you tie a knot for every promise you make. Break that promise and the knot will burst into flames, scarring your skin and forever marking you as an oathbreaker. Raim has worn a simple

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