Soon to be a family friendly major motion picture from Fox 2000 Studios--featuring Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Seyfried, and Kevin Costner as the voice of Enzo the dog.
In this young readers' edition of the New York Times bestselling adult novel The ... read more
When her parents announce their impending separation, Natalie can't understand why no one is fighting or at least mildly upset. Then Zach and Lucy, her two best friends, hook up, leaving her feeling slightly miffed and decidedly awkward. She'd always imagined she would ... read more
World-weary New York teen Magda is on her last chance. After setting off a scandal in the elite New York City private school scene, she's been shipped off to her grandparents' sleepy Pacific Northwest town to spend a summer under the radar and regain her equilibrium. Ove... read more
Astrid Bell Dutiful daughter. Classical singer. Secret pop songwriter. And suffering from stage fright.Jacob Skalicky. Trust Fund Kid. Indie singer. Immensely gifted performer. And refusing to sing again.Are they polar opposites? In his grief and fury at the world, Jacob certainly ... read more
In her first YA novel, Costa-shortlisted Kit de Waal responds to classic Moby Dick by tearing the power away from obsessive Captain Ahab and giving it to a teenage girl.
Dinah's whole world is upside down, dead things and angry men and cuts all over her head that are beginning ... read more
They told her that her body belonged to men and her mind didn’t matter. They were wrong. “What if I don’t want to marry?” Lillian held her breath. She had never said the words out loud. “Not want to marry?” Her aunt frowned. “What else wo... read more
|Author:||Libby Scott; Rebecca Westcott|
|Reading Level:||8 Kids Middle Readers|
Tally is ten years old and she's just like her friends. Well, sometimes she is. If she tries really hard to be. Because there's something that makes Tally not the same as her friends. Something she can't ignore, no matter how hard she tries: Tally is autistic. Tally's autism means th... read more
From screenwriter Don Calame comes another outrageously funny and raunchy tale of teen boys whose plans go awry -- this time, on a survivalist camping trip. Shy and scrawny Dan Weekes spends his time creating graphic novels inspired by his dream girl and looking out for his mom as sh... read more
When Michael walks through the doors of Catholic school, things can't get much worse. His dad has just made the family move again, and Michael needs a friend. When a girl challenges their teacher in class, Michael thinks he might have found one, and a fellow atheist at that. Only... read more
When the song is over, what remains? A novel about rediscovering yourself when everything you once took for granted is gone.
Music is Simon's life - which is why he is devastated when a ministroke obliterates his hearing. He resists attempts to help him adjust to his new stat... read more
How to be Luminous is a lyrical and engrossing story about the aftermath of tragedy and the power of self-belief and love. Harriet Reuter Hapgood's beautiful writing radiates with colour. When seventeen-year-old Minnie Sloe's mother disappears, so does her ability to see colour. ... read more
Family secrets cut to the bone in this mesmerizing debut novel about a teen whose drug-addicted brother is the prodigal son one time too many. There is a pecking order to every family. Seventeen-year-old Clare is the overprotected baby; Peter is the typical, rebellious middle ... read more