How I Became A Teenage Survivalist

By Julie L. Casey

When the power goes out on PF Day (PF for Power Failure), Bracken, the main character in How I Became A Teenage Survivalist by Julie L. Casey, realizes that he is quite lucky. He lives on a farm with his family and they have everything...

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Hotey

By Josephine Bailey

Hotey by Josephine Bailey is a wonderfully told story of a young donkey who has to find his way in the world. After leaving the herd while following a dream, Hotey learns many lessons that life has to offer - the good and the bad....

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Hippocampus

The First Book of the Atlantis Revolution
By Tom Tancin

Trey sees a tragic scene unfold before his eyes – at the bottom of the swimming pool! In Hippocampus: The First Book of the Atlantis Revolution by Tom Tancin, young Trey Atlas discovers that there is more to the myth of Atlantis than anyone suspects....

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Have You Seen Me

By Katherine Scott Nelson

Have You Seen Me by Katherine Scott Nelson is about two close friends, weird kids Chris and Vyv, who spend a lot of time together. The story recounts the upheavals and incidents that happen in each one's life and how they are correlated to each...

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Hating Heidi Foster

By Jeffrey Blount

I have to admit that I shed a few happy tears when reading "Hating Heidi Foster" by Jeffrey Blount. Not that being moved at a story about life, death and an intense friendship between two high school girls is something to hide. I was involved...

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Have No Shame

By Melissa Foster

In 1967 in Forrest Town, Arkansas, eighteen year old Alison Tillman finds the body of a dead black man, Byron Bingham, floating in the nearby St.Francis River. Alison is ashamed to be white as she is almost certain that white people caused Byron's death. His...

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How to Rock Break-Ups and Make-Ups

By Meg Haston

Chicago teen Kasey Simon returns in this sequel to "How to Rock Braces and Glasses". Now that she is complete with braces and contact lenses, Kasey is ready to return to teenage music group Gravity and her heart-throb Zander who is a Gravity member. Then...

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Heal The Wounded

By Lynn Dove

In book two of Lynn Dove's Wounded Trilogy, Heal The Wounded, the author takes the reader once again into the lives of the families from the first book as they struggle with their own set of problems. Each teenager is still trying to cope with...

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