Young Adult

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Switched

You've read about her in USA Today and The Huffington Post. Now you can read IR's review of Switched, by indie's reigning Queen Amanda Hocking
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From the Abuela's Window

From the Abuela's Window is a story of ordinary people doing what they can to help each other and in small ways undermine a brutal system—it is about staying human when faced with inhumanity all around.
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Alexander and the Moon: A Storybook

Alexander and the Moon is a storybook written in the throes of chemotherapy by pediatric cancer survivor Max Ritvo and is illustrated by undergraduates at Yale University, who received funding for the project from the prestigious Louis Sudler Art Grant.
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Kandide and the Secret of the Mists, The Calabiyau Chronicles, Book 1

Perfect for the 8-12 year old set, the book tells the story of Kandide, whose perfect childhood is ruined when her wing is injured and she is segregated with the rest of the Imperfect fairies.
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Wright on Time: Arizona, Book 1

A family of four with two homeschooled children who are being "roadschooled” by their parents, as they drive around the country in an RV.
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Rock Chick

India “Indy” Savage is the owner of a used book store and coffee shop. She is unwittingly involved in a crime ring, when her best barista loses a bag of diamonds and bad guys begin shooting at him.
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Magician of Oz

An attempt to create a classic children's story that falls far short of the mark of a classic.
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One Hour Martin-izing

Marty and Cassidy Tyroni are a married couple who lead secretive lives.
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The Wild Things

Based loosely on the story by Maurice Sendak about the confusions of a boy, Max, making his way in a world he can't control, and the screenplay cowritten with Spike Jonze.
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Escape from Sunday School

Four twelve year olds take Manhattan on an action-packed, non-stop adventure.
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That Same Summer

From "capture the flag" game to nighttime commando operations, That Same Summer is a magical and wondrous world of sleep-away camp. from color war to judgment night, Ari takes the reader into
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Summer Sleep Away

Sweet and innocent, Summer Sleep-Away will keep the 10-12 year olds engaged and remind adults what it felt like to be a kid far from away from home for first time.
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Memories of the Little Elephant

A charming tale, boldly illustrated, depicting the story of African people and their journey across the world.