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glen-finland's picture
It’s all in the attitude for this tall, dark, and autistic fellow, a rangy six-footer with a sexy five o’clock shadow—and the mind of a good-natured adolescent. But twenty-one year old David is desperate to tackle life on his own terms even if it means getting kicked around a bit.  Weaving...
jessica-barksdale-inclan's picture
From the acclaimed author of The Matter of Grace and Her Daughter's Eyes-a novel about a mother of three who, abandoned by her husband, tries to run from her problems. But when she returns, it's only the beginning of her family's journey.
lorna-j-cook's picture
Poised on the edge of adulthood, seventeen-year-old Suzen VanderZee is waiting for her life to begin. Her fifteen-year-old brother, Evan, is bored with small-town life and dreaves of travel, while at the same time mesmerized by Soci, the new (and possibly bad) girl at school. As Suzen realizes a...
ammy-achenbach's picture
A pre-teen watches her brother while her mother sleeps off the effects of the night before. However, the teenager is more interested in talking with a friend and ignores her brother as he chases a ball that rolls into the street.
diana-r-jenkins's picture
This comic collection takes children on a journey with time-travelers Paul and Cecilia as they journey to the past and meet saints from around the world and throughout history. Their exciting adventures bring the saints to life and make them meaningful for children today. Saints of Note is packed...
jacquelyn-mitchard's picture
Meredith and Mallory Brynn are mirror twins born on either side of midnight one snowy New Y ear’s Eve. They have always been inseparable. But after they are nearly killed in a mysterious fire on their thirteenth birthday, the bond that has always joined them unravels. They begin to have visions and...
susan-orlean's picture
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Orchid Thief comes a smart, hilarious take on what babies contribute—or don’t—to the world. Ever experienced stroller envy? Ever wished you were applauded just for walking across a room? Ever wanted to loaf about the park on a blanket in the middle...
debbie-lee-wesselmann's picture
Dana Armstrong is no ordinary primatologist. She was the little girl captured by the cameras of her father's doomed psychology experiment designed to bridge the species barrier by raising a chimpanzee as a member of his own family.  Decades later, the Armstrongs are a uniquely dysfunctional family...
nancy-etchemendy's picture
Everyone knows a computer's "undo" command will erase a mistake.  Thanks to a device called the Unner, middle-schooler Gib Finney can do the same thing -- in real life.  At first he thinks this is better than winning the lottery; he'll never flunk another test, never lose another bet,...
stephanie-stuve-bodeen's picture
What starts as a new baby story takes an unexpected twist when Emma's new brother is born.