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Avatar, the last airbender. Team Avatar tales
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This anthology from the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender features all your favorite characters, brought to life by a cast of all-star creators! Journey along with Team Avatar as they rescue a pumpkin farmer waylaid by...

Sadie's story —Heppermann, Christine, author.

When her two best friends take a vacation without her, nine-year-old Sadie meets a witch who takes her on a bird-watching adventure. Includes birding tips.

Shakespeare bats cleanup —Koertge, Ronald.

When a fourteen-year-old baseball player catches mononucleosis, he discovers that keeping a journal and experimenting with poetry not only helps fill the time, it also helps him deal with life, love, and loss.

Strays —Koertge, Ronald.

Recently orphaned, sixteen-year-old Ted O'Connor is sent to a foster home

Stoner & Spaz —Koertge, Ronald.

A troubled youth with cerebral palsy struggles toward self-acceptance with the help of a drug-addicted young woman.

Margaux with an X —Koertge, Ronald.

Margaux, known as a "tough chick" at her Los Angeles high school, makes a connection with Danny, who, like her, struggles with the emotional impact of family violence and abuse.

Confess-O-Rama —Koertge, Ronald.

While his mother grieves the death of her fourth husband, Tony vents his feelings to the Confess-O-Rama, never suspecting who's on the other end of the line.

The Arizona kid —Koertge, Ronald.

Sixteen-year-old Billy spends the summer with his gay uncle in Tucson and works at a racetrack where he falls in love with an outspoken horse exerciser named Cara Mae.

Lies, knives and girls in red dresses —Koertge, Ronald.

Free-verse reveals true stories behind well-known fairy tales, some reset in modern times, as a strung-out match girl sells CDs to drug users, Little Red Riding Hood admits that she wanted to know what it is like to be s...

No easy answers : short stories about teenagers making tough choices

A collection of sixteen short stories, by Louise Plummer, M.E. Kerr, Jack Gantos, and others, about teenagers in situations that test their character.

Shakespeare makes the playoffs —Koertge, Ronald.

Fourteen-year-old Kevin Boland, poet and first baseman, is torn between his cute girlfriend Mira and Amy, who is funny, plays Chopin on the piano, and is also a poet.

Deadville —Koertge, Ronald.

While visiting an injured classmate in the hospital, sixteen-year-old Ryan, who is trying to come to terms with his sister's death from cancer, meets a young patient who claims to be able to see into the world where the ...

Now playing : Stoner & Spaz II —Koertge, Ronald.

High schooler Ben Bancroft, a budding filmmaker with cerebral palsy, struggles to understand his relationship with drug-addict Colleen while he explores a new friendship with A.J., who shares his obsession with movies an...

Coaltown Jesus —Koertge, Ronald.

When Jesus shows up in Walker's life, healing triumphs over heartbreak in Koertge's finest and funniest novel yet.

Maya's Story —Heppermann, Christine, author.

C-H-A-M-P. That's what Maya thought she would be - the school spelling bee champion. But then she stepped up to the microphone... and lost. To her best friend. Maya wants to feel happy for Sadie, but she can't help but b...

Confess-o-rama —Koertge, Ronald.
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Fifteen-year-old Tony Candelaria is the new kid in school after his mother is widowed for the fourth time. He becomes involved with a group of nonconformists, including radical artist, Jordan. Then Tony begins calling a ...

The Arizona kid —Koertge, Ronald.
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Sixteen-year-old Billy spends the summer with his gay uncle in Tucson and works at a racetrack where he falls in love with an outspoken horse exerciser named Cara Mae. Senior high. Includes strong language and sex. c1988...

Where the kissing never stops —Koertge, Ronald.
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When Walker's father dies, his mother takes a job as a stripper. Mortified and angry, Walker desperately tries to keep the news from his classmates, especially his new girlfriend, Rachel. Some strong language and some de...

Stoner & Spaz —Koertge, Ronald.

For sixteen-year-old Ben Bancroft - a kid with cerebral palsy, no parents, and an overprotective grandmother - the closest thing to happiness is hunkering alone in the back of the Rialto Theatre watching Bride of Franken...

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