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36 Results
Tru confessions —Tashjian, Janet.

Computer-literate, twelve-year-old Tru keeps an electronic diary where she documents her desire to cure her handicapped twin brother and her plan to create a television show.

Einstein the class hamster and the very real game show —Tashjian, Janet, author.

When Ms. Moreno's class appears on the hit game show "Kids Know Stuff," the show's host walks off the set but with the assistance of a sound engineer, Ned and Marlon help Einstein get ready to host the show and save the ...

Fault line —Tashjian, Janet.

When seventeen-year-old Becky Martin, an aspiring comic, meets Kip Costello, she is caught in a mentally and physically abusive relationship.

Einstein the class hamster saves the library —Tashjian, Janet.

When Principal Decker closes Boerring Elementary School's library due to severe budget cuts, Einstein and his friends in Ms. Moreno's class try to reopen it by planning fundraisers, including shooting a video that stars ...

Multiple choice —Tashjian, Janet.

Monica, a fourteen-year-old perfectionist and word game expert, tries to break free from all of the suffocating rules in her life by creating a game for living called Multiple Choice.

Marty Frye, private eye —Tashjian, Janet.

Marty Frye, a seven-year-old who likes to read poetry and talk in rhymes, solves three separate mysteries for a classmate, a toy store owner, and his younger sister.

The Case of the busted video games and other mysteries —Tashjian, Janet, author.

"In this new collection of mysteries, everyone's favorite poet detective is back in action. When a prankster tangles all the school jump ropes into knots and gym is canceled, Marty pins down the culprit. When five machin...

The gospel according to Larry —Tashjian, Janet.

Seventeen-year-old Josh, a loner-philosopher who wants to make a difference in the world, tries to maintain his secret identity as the author of a web site that is receiving national attention.

My Life as a Tik Tok Star —Tashjian, Janet.

Janet Tashjian is the author of the popular My Life series, illustrated by her son Jake Tashjian, including My Life as a Book, My Life as a Stuntboy, My Life as a Cartoonist, My Life as a Joke, My Life as a Gamer, My Lif...

Multiple choice —Tashjian, Janet.

Monica, a fourteen-year-old perfectionist and word game expert, tries to break free from all of the suffocating rules in her life by creating a game for living called Multiple Choice.

Multiple choice —Tashjian, Janet.

Monica, a fourteen-year-old perfectionist and word game expert, tries to break free from all of the suffocating rules in her life by creating a game for living called Multiple Choice.

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