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Get Real #1: Girl Reporter Blows Lid Off Town!

by Linda Ellerbee

Girl Reporter Trapped in Body of Eleven-Year-Old Girl!

Meet Casey Smith, girl reporter extraordinaire. Sniffing out news? Casey will Rollerblade through the principal's office to get a scoop. There's just...


Baby Be-Bop

Weetzie Bat #5

by Francesca Lia Block & David Diaz

Dirk MacDonald, a sixteen-year-old boy living in Los Angeles, comes to terms with being gay after he receives surreal storytelling visitations from his dead father and great-grandmother.


Get Real #8: Girl Reporter Bytes Back!

by Linda Ellerbee

Girl Reporter Tracks Hack!

Casey Smith, girl reporter extraordinaire, gets online for a hot story when an auction at Trumbull Middle School turns up a case of fraud. Someone's peddling fake goods over the...


Always to Remember

RITA Best Short Historical 1997

by Lorraine Heath

Branded a traitor and imprisoned for refusing to fight for the Confederacy, Clayton Holland returns home to Cedar Grove, only to be spurned by the townspeople, except for vengeful Meg Warner, who finds her hatred...


Joker

by Ranulfo

Book description to come.


Texas Splendor

Texas Trilogy #3

by Lorraine Heath

The saga of the Leigh family continues. After spending five long years in a Texas penitentiary, Austin Leigh is free to return home, only to find his sweetheart is now married. Despondent and alone, Austin sets...


Criss Cross

by Lynne Rae Perkins

Debbie is wishing something would happen. Something good. To her. Soon. In the meantime, Debbie loses a necklace and finds a necklace (and boy does the necklace have a story to tell), she goes jeans shopping...


Burn Factor

by Kyle Mills

Bright, young, and ambitious, Quinn Barry desperately wants to be an FBI agent, even as she programs databases in the basement of the J. Edgar Hoover Building. But Quinn's career—and her life—are about to...


The Road to McCarthy

by Pete McCarthy

Pete McCarthy established one cardinal rule of travel in hisbestselling debut, McCarthy's Bar: "Never pass a bar withyour name on it." In this equally wry and insightful follow-up,his characteristic good humor,...


Familiar and Haunting

by Philippa Pearce

Familiar

Here are stories of everyday life, as familiar as a piece of rope and

... as haunting as fear: Mike knows that he can't swing over the river on the knotted rope, but with everyone watching him, he has...


June-tree: New and Selected Poems, 1974-2000

by Peter Balakian

Prize-winning poet and New York Times-bestselling author Peter Balakian offers the best of his previous poetry, as well as thirteen new poems.

For three decades, Peter Balakian's poetry has been praised widely...


What Was the Hipster?: A Sociological Investigation

by Harper Collins & n+1

Who was the turn-of-the-century hipster? Who is free enough of the hipster taint to write this history without contempt or nostalgia? Why are we tempted to declare the neo-hipster moment over, when the hipster's...


Shadow Season: A Novel

by Tom Piccirilli

BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Tom Piccirilli's The Last Kind Words.

An ex-cop, Finn was left literally blinded by violence. The one thing he can still see is the body of his wife, Dani, and a...


Sacajawea

by Anna L. Waldo

Clad in a doeskin, alone and unafraid, she stood straight and proud before the onrushing forces of America's destiny: Sacajawea, child of a Shoshoni chief, lone woman on Lewis and Clark's historic trek -- beautiful...


The Angel of History

by Carolyn Forche

Placed in the context of twentieth-century moral disaster--war, genocide, the Holocaust, the atomic bomb--Forche's ambitions and compelling third collection of poems is a meditation of memory, specifically how...


Mary Ann in Autumn: A Tales of the City Novel

Tales of the City #8

by Armistead Maupin

A hilarious and touching new installment of Armistead Maupin's beloved Tales of the City series

Twenty years have passed since Mary Ann Singleton left her husband and child in San Francisco to pursue her dream...


Voice of America

by E.C. Osondu

An electrifying debut from a winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing

E. C. Osondu is a fearless and passionate new writer, whose stories echo the joys and struggles of a cruel, beautiful world. His characters...


King Con: A Novel

by Stephen J. Cannell

When it comes to creating unforgettable criminal characters, nobody does it better than Emmy Award winner Stephen J. Cannell, the force behind such acclaimed TV hits as "The Rockford Files," "The Commish," "Wiseguy,"...


Creature Crossing

by Betty Levin & Jos. A. Smith

Ben, Kate, and Foster, the trio of friends from Starshine and Sunglow return in this satisfying sequel in which Ben finds a tiny creature in a ditch and is convinced he's stumbled upon something really big --...


The Transformation of Things

by Jillian Cantor

What if the reality you thought you knew was nothing but a fantasy?

Jennifer Levenworth has a great big pounding headache. It could be because her husband, a judge, is indicted on bribery charges, leaving her...