Young Adult - Social Issues

Infants of the Brush

A Chimney Sweep's Story
By A. M. Watson

A.M. Watson’s Infants of the Brush: A Chimney Sweep's Story recounts the story of a handful of boys all but enslaved by a master chimney sweep. With his widowed mother desperate for money, Egan Whitcombe, aged six, is apprenticed to Daniel Armory for three crowns,...

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I Like You Like This

By Heather Cumiskey

Sixteen-year-old Hannah Zandana is not a conventional good looker. She has a spotty complexion and wild hair. Her parents also make her feel ugly and constantly criticize her looks. Her father calls her a dirty harlot and her mother always turns her back on Hannah....

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It's Not Always Rainbows

By Joey Paul

It's Not Always Rainbows by Joey Paul is one of the very few books I have had to read twice before posting a review; yes, because the writing is gorgeous and the thematic development exceptional; a book that will appeal to readers interested in LGBTQ...

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Incense and Peppermints

By Cathrina Constantine

Incense and Peppermints by Cathrina Constantine is set in the '60s and follows the journey of a young girl as she starts her confusing and painful journey into adulthood. Mary Monroe is just 16 years old; she is innocent and vulnerable, yet at the same...

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Intoxic (Alison Hayes Book 1)

By Angie Gallion

Angie Gallion’s Intoxic is an intoxicating coming of age story that will appeal to many! The main character, Alison, is sixteen years old, with all the challenges of that age group – love, family, peer groups, school and more. The thing is, most of us...

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Into the Cave

By M. M. Meyer

Into The Cave is a novelette by M.M. Meyer. Fifteen-year-old Adam Mealin loves school and is a straight-A student, but is constantly bullied by football player Scott Farmer. Adam’s best friend and next door neighbor, Jenny Elliott, describes Scott as a Neanderthal and tells Adam...

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If I Could Ask God Just One Question

80 Answers to Teens' Most-Asked Questions
By Greg Johnson

If I Could Ask God Just One Question: 80 Answers to Teens' Most-Asked Questions by Greg Johnson is a wonderful book in the format of presenting one of the most often asked questions by teens, followed by scripture and then the answer. It's the "one"...

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I Would, But My DAMN MIND Won't Let Me

A teen's guide to controlling their thoughts and feelings
By Jacqui Letran

I Would, But My DAMN MIND Won't Let Me (Words of Wisdom for Teens, Volume 2) is a non-fiction self-help book for young adults written by Jacqui Letran. The author has been working in the field of Adolescent Medicine and Mental Health Care for over...

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If I Could

A Son's Plea
By T.K. Ware

In life we get several chances to make our poor decisions right. Life is about our choices and the decisions that are made with each situation. In If I Could: A Son’s Plea by T.K. Ware, David was an intelligent young man but he was...

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IA

B.O.S.S.
By John Darryl Winston

IA: B.O.S.S. is a riveting science fiction novel by author John Darryl Winston, and continues the story of Naz where IA: Initiate left off. Our hero is a fostered orphan whose number one priority is Meri, his beloved little sister, but during the events of...

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