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Shadow Boxer

by Chris Lynch

Boxing is the family sport—but it’s killing the family in this riveting read from the author of Inexcusable, a National Book Award finalist.

It’s been five years since his father died, and fourteen-year-old...


The Crisscross Crime

by Franklin W. Dixon

Bank alarms are going off all over Bayport, but the robberies are actually happening at banks on the other side of town. The Hardys realize that the crooks are using a crisscross plan as a diversion, but what...


The Chase for the Mystery Twister

by Franklin W. Dixon

The Hardy Boys head to Oklahoma, where crime is spinning out of control in the wide-open spaces of tornado alley. Frank and Joe encounter a bizarre phenomenon: the aftermath of a fierce twister that defies scientific...


I Saw Santa

by Thelma Carey-Thompson

Little Dwayne grew up in rural Jamaica. When Canadians visited his school and a tall white man with a white beard got off the bus, Dwayne just knew this was Santa Claus.


When We Wuz Famous

by Greg Takoudes

Francisco Ortiz, a handsome straight-A student and gifted basketball player from the barrio, wins a full scholarship to an elite boarding school. His future seems promising. But soon after Francisco moves...


Feral Tracks

by Euan Mitchell

The male version of Puberty Blues, based on the true story of a sixteen-year-old schoolboy who ran away from home with four dollars and hitchhiked around Australia. "Mitchell's debut novel is stunning in its...


The Night I Freed John Brown

by JohnMichael Cummings

A haunting adventure, a brilliant new author.

Young Josh knows there is something about the tall Victorian House on the Harpers Ferry Hill, the one his father grew up in, that he can't quite put his finger on-ghosts...


How to Lead a Life of Crime

by Kirsten Miller

A meth dealer. A prostitute. A serial killer.

Anywhere else, they'd be vermin. At the Mandel Academy, they're called prodigies. The most exclusive school in New York City has been training young criminals for...


Sunrise Over Fallujah

by Walter Dean Myers

From Walter Dean Myers comes a powerful and timely novel about the heroics and horror of war---a gripping companion to FALLEN ANGELS. Robin "Birdy" Perry, a new army recruit from Harlem, isn't quite sure why...


Vietnam #2: Sharpshooter

by Chris Lynch

Some things are worth fighting for. Of all his friends, Ivan is the only one looking forward to war. That's because Ivan has never backed down from a fight--especially when it comes to fighting for what's right....


Time Flies When You're Chasing Spies

by Allison Maher

Andrew's mother, Marion, works for Epsom Electronics, a security company that makes high-tech spy gear to keep world leaders safe. When she goes missing on the eve of a G8 summit in Halifax, Andrew and his father...


Old Man

by David A. Poulsen

Nate takes an unexpected and unwanted trip with his estranged father, only to undergo changes in his perceptions of both himself and his dad, whose participation in the Vietnam War changed him forever.


Vietnam #4: Casualties of War

by Chris Lynch

"The best Vietnam War novels yet for this age range." - Kirkus Reviews Morris, Rudi, Ivan, and Beck are best friends for life. So when one of the teens is drafted into the Vietnam War, the others sign up, too....


The Monster Variations

by Daniel Kraus

This fast-paced read will keep readers on the edge of their seats!

Someone is killing boys in a small town. The murder weapon is a truck, and the only protection is a curfew enacted to keep kids off the streets....


Notes from the Dog

by Gary Paulsen

“Sometimes having company is not all it’s cracked up to be.” Fifteen-year-old Finn is a loner, living with his dad and his amazing dog, Dylan. This summer he’s hoping for a job where he doesn’t have...


Sailing to Freedom

by Martha Bennett Stiles

When Ray Ingle asks his Uncle Thad if he can go to sea with him, he knows his parents won’t like it. But they’re not around, and anything is better than staying with mean old Uncle Slye! To Ray’s great...


Beethoven in Paradise

by Barbara O'Connor

Set in a trailer park called Paradise

"You're just wasting your God-given talents if you don't get yourself something besides a little ole harmonica to play." Wylene made it sound so easy. Martin had always like...


The Second Base Club

by Greg Trine

Elroy’s got one thing on his mind: girls. In an effort to get to second base, he offers to tutor the hot new girl in math, forms a band with his two best friend (okay, so he gets a face full of tomato for...


Dirt Road Home

by Watt Key

After his recapture at the end of ALABAMA MOON, gutsy 14-year-old Hal Mitchell is sentenced to live at Hellenweiler, an institution that is more like a jail than the boys' home it's supposed to be. Hal could...


Where Heroes Hide

by Helen Recorvits

A touching story about heroism

Ten-year-old Junior wasn’t even born when his father came home from World War II, but he knows his dad was a war hero. He’d been a pilot, and Junior would like to know more...