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The wife

The story of the couple's youthful passion and ambition interwoven with a portrait of a marriage, thirty-plus years later, a lifetime's shared compromises, secrets, betrayals, and mutual love.

This is a taco! —Cangelose, Andrew, author.

A taco-loving squirrel named Taco teaches kids that the most important story is the one they write themselves.

Bad Kitty drawn to trouble —Bruel, Nick, author, illustrator.

Author/illustrator Nick Bruel tries to explain to the reader how to write a story, but Bad Kitty is not at all happy about the plot, which has her going on a turnip diet to lose weight. Includes a recipe for roasted turn...

The downstairs girl —Lee, Stacey (Stacey Heather), author.

"1890, Atlanta. By day, seventeen-year-old Jo Kuan works as a lady's maid for the cruel Caroline Payne, the daughter of one of the wealthiest men in Atlanta. But by night, Jo moonlights as the pseudonymous author of a ne...

Chester's masterpiece —Watt, Mélanie, 1975-

Chester is thrilled to write his own book.

The story keeper —Wingate, Lisa., author.
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Successful New York editor Jen Gibbs is at the top of her game with her new position at Vida House Publishing--until a mysterious manuscript from an old slush pile appears on her desk. Turning the pages, Jen finds hersel...

Big eyes

Walter Keane became a worldwide celebrity and talk show fixture in the 1950s after he pioneered the mass production of prints of big-eyed kids, and used his marketing savvy to sell them cheaply. Unfortunately, he claimed...

No boring stories! —Falatko, Julie, author.

Bored with sweet, boring picture books about cute and fluffy creatures, a group of unpopular animals tries to write an adventure story featuring themselves, with unwanted help from over-eager Bunny.

Tulip and Rex write a story —Capucilli, Alyssa Satin, 1957- author.

"Tulip and her dog Rex collect words in their notebook, which they later use to tell an imaginative story"--Provided by publisher.

Billy's booger : a memoir (which is a true story, which this book is) —Joyce, William, 1957-

Billy's wild imagination gets him into trouble at school, but a creative writing contest could be the perfect opportunity for him to shine.

The angel's game —Ruiz Zafón, Carlos, 1964-2020

In the turbulent and mysterious Barcelona of the 1920s, David Martin, a young novelist obsessed with a forbidden love, receives an offer from an enigmatic publisher to write a book like no other before--a book for which ...

The poet of Piney Woods —Raczka, Bob, author.

A pear-eating lupine poet seeks acceptance among the forest fauna.

An A from Miss Keller —Polacco, Patricia, author, illustrator.

Trisha wants to write something that will please her demanding writing teacher, who is rumored to have never given a student an A.

Autoboyography —Lauren, Christina, author.

High school senior Tanner Scott has hidden his bisexuality since his family moved to Utah, but he falls hard for Sebastian, a Mormon mentoring students in a writing seminar Tanner's best friend convinced him to take.

Forever princess —Cabot, Meg.

Although she has recently completed a 400-page romance novel, Princess Mia, in her last month of high school, has yet to pick a college, find a prom dress, or decide if her boyfriend J. P. is really The One.

Violet and Victor write the most fabulous fairy tale —Kuipers, Alice, 1979- author.

Twins Violet and Victor write a fairy tale together, with Violet contributing a castle, a princess, and unicorns and Victor adding a fairy tale-hating witch and a bevy of Australian animals.

Violet and Victor write the best-ever bookworm book —Kuipers, Alice, 1979- author.

When Violet decides to write a book, she insists that her twin brother help because he has good ideas, but Victor would rather count his pet worms.

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