• Peach
    $4.95
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    Peach Joanne Green

    A prom: the climax of lively and painful high school years. Throw in the sexual revolution, a stuttering cousin for a date, and a parking valet dressed like Abraham Lincoln, and looking cool is an impossible dream. The… More

  • The Possibility of Lions
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    The Possibility of Lions Marta Maretich

    A family seaches for the meaning of “home” when they are forced by war to moved from their adopted village in Biafra back to the US.… More

  • Smarty Girl
    $16.95
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    Smarty Girl Honor Molloy

    An autobiographical novel set in 1960s Ireland, this irresistible debut follows the rise and fall of the O’Feeney family, as seen through the eyes of a precocious little girl. More savage than civilized, Noleen is… More

  • Tiger Girl
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    Tiger Girl May-lee Chai

    Nightmares of war flood the waking memories of Nea Chhim, a 19-year-old survivor of the Cambodian Killing Fields. In this sequel to the acclaimed Dragon Chica, Nea, a struggling college student, decides she must confront… More

  • Oliver’s Surprise
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    Oliver’s Surprise Carol Newman Cronin et al.

    Longing to feel closer to his favorite grandfather, Oliver skips school on a sparkling September afternoon and hides out on a tired schooner. When he wakes up on the ways of his grandfather’s boatyard and realizes… More

  • The Faloorie Man
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    The Faloorie Man Eugene McEldowney

    Tender fictional memoir of growing up in post-war Belfast. In one of the most captivating stories of childhood yet to emerge from Northern Ireland, The Faloorie Man traces the early years of Martin McBride, a young Catholic… More