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The Only Brother

by Caias Ward

Meet Andrew Simmons, the only brother of William. Always feeling distant from his family, Andrew now faces the shock of his life when the better-liked,older William suddenly dies after overcoming a series of...


Mindf**k

by Fanie Viljoen

Set in South Africa, MindF**k is a powerful, disturbing, and at times frightening story. Chris Burns, and his friends - Kerbs and Sky Eyes - take to the road, heading for the MindF**k rock festival. Along the...


Marty's Diary

by Frances Cross

When your dad gets married again, it's a good thing, right? Everybody happy all round, right? Not when your new stepmother can't stand you. And when you don't think too much of her, it doesn't help either. That's...


Hanging in the Mist

by Peter Lancett

Living high in a crumbling state tower block is no barrel of laughs. Throw in parents more interested in crack than they've ever been in you, and life can seem barely worth the living. Especially when they...


Gun Dog

by Peter Lancett

Set on one of Britain's tough and often brutal council estates, Gun Dog is a powerful story about the struggle to succeed in a place where the lawless operate without fear and the good are consistently failed...


Ecstasy

by A C Flanagan

Carrie and Mae-Ling both attend an exclusive private school in Sydney, but their backgrounds couldn't be more different. Carrie enjoys the lifestyle her successful father affords her, whilst Mae-Ling is an illegal...


A Forgotten Tomorrow

by Teresa Schaeffer

After escaping an abusive past, seventeen year old Savannah lives on the street, working as a prostitute. Elijah is her only friend, but he comes from a different world. After a chance meeting with Jonah, a...


Don't Even Think It

by Helen Orme

Abigail comes from a normal family...Or does she? Are the footsteps outside her door at night a ghost or something far worse? Abigail's diary holds the key to a secret too awful to contemplate.<br><br>Don't...


Breaking Dawn

by Donna Shelton

Dawn and Perry are best friends. That's until Brian finally notices Dawn. Brian is a real catch and Dawn can't quite believe her luck. Suddenly there's not enough time for Perry. Not enough time when his big...


Bone Song

by Sherryl Clark

Melissa and Dobie can't believe they're in detention together. They hate each other, and couldn't be more different! Rebellious Dobie despises her wealthy background and has just lost the chance to be a professional...


The Finer Points of Becoming Machine

by Emily Andrews

Growing up with a violent, control-freak father, sixteen year old Emma Banks has had a tougher ride than most. Unable to cope with the horrors of her childhood, Emma's world unravels in a spiral of drug abuse...


Seeing Red

by Peter Lancett

Tom Hathaway leads a pretty comfortable life. He's got it all. He's only ever seen at school wearing Prada, Ralph Lauren or Gianfranco Ferre - because then he's a different person - defined by the cut and the...


I've Got This Friend Who: Advice for Teens and Their Friends on Alcohol, Drugs, Eating Disorders, Risky Behavior, and More

by Anonymous

This interactive book helps teens handle difficult issues: alcohol or other drug use, depression, eating disorders, and more. Personal stories, fast facts and self-tests help young readers recognize when a friend...


My First Book of Korean Words: An ABC Rhyming Book

by Kyubyong Park, Henry J. Amen & Aya Padron

N is for nolda, what I do every day. Won’t you come join me? It means “to play”!

My First Book of Korean Words introduces Korean language and culture to preschool children in a gentle, playful way. Its ABC...


Direct Hits Core Vocabulary of the SAT: Volume 1 2011 Edition

by Larry Krieger & Ted Griffith

Product Description

Volume 1 of the world-renowned Direct Hits SAT vocabulary books is based upon an innovative and fun approach to learning using vivid, relevant, and selective examples to teach students....


The New Big Book of U.S. Presidents: Fascinating Facts about Each and Every President, Including an American History Timeline

by Todd Davis & Marc Frey

Information about each president's term in office, and the major political issues of each era.


Married to the Amadeus: Life with a String Quartet

by Muriel Nissel

The Amadeus Quartet, which was active from 1948 until 1987 when its viola player Peter Schidlof died, is probably the most famous and distinguished string quartet of the 20th century. It played to a wide variety...


Frank Lloyd Wright

by Jan Adkins

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Cody Simpson: Welcome to Paradise: My Journey

by Cody Simpson

The first official all-access look into the life of singing sensation Cody Simpson. Follow Cody as he goes from singing cover songs in his bedroom to opening sold-out concerts for Justin Bieber. With never-before-seen...


Slumgirl Dreaming: Rubina's Journey to the Stars

by Rubina Ali, Anne Berthod & Divya Dugar

My name is Rubina Ali. I don't know when my birthday is, and nor does my father, but I do know that I am nine years old.

Young Rubina is a one-in-a-million star. Plucked from among five hundred slumkids who auditioned...