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2314 Results
Just another girl : a novel —Carlson, Melody.

Sixteen-year-old Aster, caught between a self-absorbed older sister and a mentally-disabled younger one, yearns for a normal life and, with her first boyfriend's encouragement and trust in God, she begins to make things ...

Middle school : the worst years of my life —Patterson, James, 1947-

When Rafe Kane enters middle school, he teams up with his best friend, "Leo the Silent," to create a game to make school more fun by trying to break every rule in the school's code of conduct.

Fallout —Hopkins, Ellen, author.

Written in free verse, explores how three teenagers try to cope with the consequences of their mother's addiction to crystal meth and its effects on their lives.

Twice taken —Pfeffer, Susan Beth, 1948-

A support group of teenagers coping with family problems helps Amy to adjust after she's ordered to live with her mother following the discovery that her divorced father abducted her years ago.

Identical —Hopkins, Ellen, author.

Sixteen-year-old identical twin daughters of a district court judge and a candidate for the United States House of Representatives, Kaeleigh and Raeanne Gardella desperately struggle with secrets that have already torn t...

Watch over me —Gray, Mila, author.

Told in two voices, eighteen-year-old Zoey Ward struggles to protect her mother and siblings from her violent father, and her brother's best friend, Tristan, a member of the Coast Guard, tries to make her feel safe.

Black girl unlimited : the remarkable story of a teenage wizard —Brown, Echo, author.

Echo Brown is a wizard from the East Side, where apartments are small and parents suffer addictions to the white rocks. Yet there is magic ... everywhere. New portals begin to open when Echo transfers to the rich school ...

Best foot forward —Bauer, Joan, 1951-

Between school and Al-Anon meetings, Jenna helps Mrs. Gladstone cope with escalating problems that result from the merger of Gladstone Shoes with Shoe Warehouse Corporation, while managing a new employee with a shoplifti...

Dig —King, A. S. (Amy Sarig), 1970- author.

Five white teenage cousins who are struggling with the failures and racial ignorance of their dysfunctional parents and their wealthy grandparents, reunite for Easter.

The cloud chamber —Maynard, Joyce, 1953-

In 1966, when his father's attempted suicide causes the ostracism of the family in their small Montana community, fourteen-year-old Nate copes with his sadness and anger by trying to win the school science fair.

One for the Murphys —Hunt, Lynda Mullaly.

"After heartbreaking betrayal, Carley is sent to live with a foster family and struggles with opening herself up to their love"-- Provided by publisher.

The foreseeable future —Adrian, Emily, author.

"High school senior Audrey Nelson is ready to move far away from her small coastal California town after graduation, but that all changes when she falls for Seth O'Malley, saves his ex-girlfriend's life, and becomes a vi...

The earth, my butt and other big, round things —Mackler, Carolyn.

Feeling like she does not fit in with the other members of her family, who are all thin, brilliant, and good-looking, fifteen-year-old Virginia tries to deal with her self-image, her first physical relationship, and her ...

Tricks —Hopkins, Ellen, author.

Five troubled teenagers fall into prostitution as they search for freedom, safety, community, family, and love.

Tilt —Hopkins, Ellen.

Three teens, connected by their parents' bad choices, tell in their own voices of their lives and loves as Shane finds his first boyfriend, Mikayla discovers that love can be pushed too far, and Harley loses herself in h...

Cracked —Walton, K. M. (Kathleen M.)

When Bull Mastrick and Victor Konig wind up in the same psychiatric ward at age sixteen, each recalls and relates in group therapy the bullying relationship they have had since kindergarten, but also facts about themselv...

Far from fair —Arnold, Elana K., author.

As far as twelve-year-old Odette Zyskowski is concerned, her parents have ruined her life by selling the house she and her younger brother have grown up in, getting an RV, and giving her some little mutt instead of the L...

Love, Meg —Purtill, C. Leigh.

High school sophomore Meg longs for a "normal life" instead of constantly moving whenever Lucie, her older sister and guardian, finds a new boyfriend, but after Meg discovers a family secret, she leaves Lucie and Hollywo...

He must like you —Younge-Ullman, Danielle, author.

Eighteen-year-old Libby Stowe navigates the fallout of a drunken hookup with a coworker, a myriad of family issues, and a powerful man in her town sexually harassing her at work.

Nobody was here : 7th grade in the life of me, Penelope —Pollet, Alison.

Life in New York in the 1980s is made more difficult for a middle school girl by problems at home and at school.

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