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Screaming Divas

by Suzanne Kamata

At sixteen, Trudy Baxter is tired of her debutante mom, her deadbeat dad, and her standing reservation at the juvenile detention center. Changing her name to Trudy Sin, she cranks up her major chops as a singer...


On a Scale of Idiot to Complete Jerk

by Alison Hughes

J.J.'s science report has everything: graphs, charts, case studies, a quiz and the best subject matter of all time--jerks (and a few idiots).


Your Constant Star

by Brenda Hasiuk

Three Winnipeg teens deal with pregnancy, cultural differences and the fallout of bad decisions.


Big Time

by Tom Ryan

Gerri dreams of making it big as a singer on her favorite reality show, but she hasn't counted on being kicked off early in the competition.


Warm Up

by Sara Leach

Jasmine's dance team is falling apart just before a competition, and it's up to Jasmine to figure out a way to bring the team together.


Totally Unrelated

by Tom Ryan

When Neil starts to compose and play his own music, it conflicts with the traditional Celtic music he performs with his family's band.


Cut the Lights

by Karen Krossing

Briar has been chosen to direct a one-act play at her performing arts high school, but she learns there's more to it than imposing her vision on the actors.


Attitude

by Robin Stevenson

Fitting in at her new ballet school turns out to be more painful for Cassie than breaking in a pair of pointe shoes.


Timberwolf Rivals

by Sigmund Brouwer & Graham Ross

In this seventh book in the Timberwolves series, Johnny and his friends Tom and Stu are pulling pranks on each other in an attempt to win the Valentine's Day dance prize.


Timberwolf Prey

by Sigmund Brouwer & Graham Ross

The Howling Timberwolves need to make it to the championship hockey finals, but first Johnny Maverick has to survive a visit from his six-year-old cousin.


The Reunion

by Jacqueline Pearce

Will a handful of beads and the power of a story be enough to heal friendships across three generations?


Dog Days

by Becky Citra

Brady must overcome his fear of dogs if he wants to make friends in a new town.


Ben's Robot

by Robin Stevenson & David Parkins

Ben discovers having a bossy friend isn't that much fun, even if it is a real walking, talking robot.


Adventures at Camp Lots-o-Fun

by Marilyn Helmer & Mike Deas

DJ's active imagination takes the boys in cabin six by surprise and makes for an adventurous fun-filled week at summer camp.


My Side

by Norah McClintock

When Addy is publicly humiliated, it is terrible, but when she finds out her best friend was involved, it is almost unbearable.


Fouling Out

by Gregory Walters

Faced with the realities of his friend Tom's home life, Craig must determine the boundaries of their volatile friendship.


Home Team

by Eric Walters

Against all odds, Nick and Kia set out to persuade the Toronto Raptors' community relations department to send players to visit their school.


Molly's Promise

by Sylvia Olsen

When Molly breaks a long-held promise to herself, she finds her singing voice and reconnects with her mother, who left Molly when she was a baby.


Tagged

by Eric Walters

Oswald uses graffiti to fight back against an over-bearing politician.


Poser

by Alison Hughes

Twelve-year-old Luke has been a model for as long as he can remember, but all he really wants to do is play hockey and eat pizza with extra cheese.