Exposure


Patricia Murdoch - 2006
    When her brother brings home a camera with images of her chief tormentor in a compromising situation, she sees a way to level the playing field. When her attempt at turning the tables goes wrong, she is left even more on the outside and struggling to do the right thing.Also available in Spanish.

Unclaimed Treasures


Patricia MacLachlan - 1984
    Oh, to do something special, something extraordinary! That, and to find a true love...

How to Get to Rio


Julie Fison - 2014
    Follow your heart right to the end, or go back and choose all over again! For months Kitty MacLean has been crushing on Rio Sanchez – who is probably the cutest guy in the world. But it looks like she might never get a chance to hang out with him. Until...- Kitty goes camping with her best friends like she promised them, and finds out Rio just happens to be staying not too far away. But should she meet up with him? Or is a grubby camping holiday not the best time to meet up with your mega crush?- Kitty breaks her promise to go camping with her bests and goes to the beach with popular-girl Persephone instead. The offer is sweetened with a promise they'll definitely get to hang out with Rio. But should Kitty really ditch her friends to hang out with the cool girl? And will Rio even like Kitty?You decide! This pick-a-path series allows the reader to make her own decisions and choose how the story goes.

Tough to Tackle


Matt Christopher - 1987
    More than anything Boots Raymond wants to be a quarterback for the Apollos. But because of his size, the coach assigns him to a tackle position-and there's no arguing with the coach. Boots rebels and almost quits the team. It seems that nothing can change his mind, but his brother Tom intercepts and teaches Boots something valuable he learned from playing football and being a soldier.

The Gloom Looms: A Box of Unfortunate Events, Books 10-12


Lemony Snicket - 2005
     The set includes: The Grim Grotto, The Slippery Slope and The Penultimate Peril.Book Details: Format: Box Set Publication Date: 10/18/2005 Reading Level: Age 8 and Up

Chocolate-Covered Ants


Stephen Manes - 1993
    Reprint.

Mallory On The Move


Laurie B. Friedman - 2004
    Her room is too small and the girl next door is mean. But Joey lives next door, too. Even though he doesn't paint his toes, he tells jokes, helps teach her cat to do tricks, and shows her how to skateboard. Mallory's having so much fun she forgets the pact she made with Mary Ann never to make friends with a boy next door. But, when Mary Ann comes to visit, what will Mallory do? Will she have to choose between her best friend and her new friend?

Babysitters Club Collection #1 (The Babysitters Club, #1-3)


Ann M. Martin - 1986
    Kristy's Great Idea 2. Claudia and the Phantom Phone Calls3. The Truth About Stacey

A Blue-Eyed Daisy


Cynthia Rylant - 1985
    He hasn't been able to hunt, either, so it's strange when he brings home a hunting dog, a beagle named Bullet. But Bullet is only the first odd thing that happens to Ellie the year she's eleven. She sees a favorite uncle go off to war; a boy in her class has a fit in the middle of geography and another is accidentally killed while target shooting; and Okey drives his Chevy pickup off the mountain, with near-tragic consequences. But still Ellie manages the ordinary pleasures of making a best friend and getting kissed for the first time -- it's no wonder she confides to Bullet on her twelfth birthday, "Some year."

Bad Alice


Jean Ure - 2003
    Duffy suffers mildy from Tourette's Syndrome - he only knows his gran and one of her neighbour's kids, a loud, insensitive kid called Stephen - what's he going to do for six whole weeks! Then Duffy meets Alice, a girl his age who lives next door, a girl who Nan disapproves of and everyone in the town thinks is mad; a girl who makes Duffy feel accepted and liked. Alice is volatile, and direct and Duffy tells her all about his little sister, his Tourette's and his absent father who left his mum because of him. Alice is more cryptic about her own home life. Everyone knows her adoptive father, Big Norm; he's the most popular man around; a devout Evangelist who runs a care home - Duffy's nan adores him. Yet Alice and her adopted sister are half in awe, half frightened of their dad; desperate for his approval, yet somehow resentful of him, too. It isn't until Alice shows Duffy the story she's been writing, written in the style of Alice in Wonderland, that the scales finally fall from his eyes.Big Norm has been abusing Alice, to what extent it isn't clear, but she's terrified, and he has to help her. Duffy convinces Alice to face her situation in the real world, not just in a story, and to tell his nan what's been going on. When the truth is out, Alice is taken into care, and Duffy faces the fact he may never see her again, but 'bad Alice' touched his life - he will never forget her.

It's Justin Time, Amber Brown


Paula Danziger - 2001
    Maybe her best friend, Justin Daniels, should get one too. He is never on time. Will Justin be late to Amber's birthday party, or will he be just in time to watch Amber open her gifts?

Earthquake Shock


Marlane Kennedy - 2014
    But as Joey Flores walked home from the skate park with his friends, the ground began to tremble, and Joey knew they were headed for trouble....The earthquake that followed devastated their neighborhood, collapsing a nearby overpass with Joey and Fiona on one side and Kevin and Dylan on the other. Now Joey and his friends must rescue each other, endure the aftershocks, and find a new way home as the earth cracks beneath their feet.

The Crazy Cousins


Sally Rippin - 2012
    Jack’s in the mood for mooching around, not playing with his crazy cousins! But will his bad mood spoil the whole day?

The New Girl


Rowan McAuley - 2008
    What will she be like, and will they be friends? But when Isabelle starts being really mean, Zoe has to choose between being mean too, or standing tall and being a good friend.  Over one million GO GIRL! copies in print in Australia!

T-backs, T-shirts, Coat and Suit


E.L. Konigsburg - 2003
    That's the advice Chloe gets from her stepfather before she heads off to Florida to spend the summer with her aunt Bernadette. It turns out to be excellent advice, because everything about Bernadette is unexpected: her job driving a food service wagon, her big, slobbery dog, her Rollerblading skill, her unorthodox way of teaching Chloe to swim. But nothing is as unexpected as the war that erupts when the other drivers start wearing T-back swimsuits to work, and some community leaders mount a protest against the skimpy suits. Bernadette is caught in the middle of the controversy...and what starts as an innocent game for Chloe may just make things worse.