Books for the Teenage 2005

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January 1, 2005
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2 The Creative Spirit Teen Novels and Short Stories, Fantasy, Humor,
Mystery and Suspense, Poetry, the Arts...
14 Science Animals, Mind and Body, Brain Food, Ancient Stones
and Bones, Planet Earth... 18 Here and Now Love and Sex, Getting it Together,
Overcoming Odds, LGBTQ: Being Gay, War and Peace,
Remarkable People....
27 One World Native Americans, Latinos, Black America,
Other Countries... 36 Action and Adventure Do-It-Yourself, Sports, True Adventure...Action-Packed Stories 38 Africa 27 AIDS 18 The Americas 30 Ancient Stones and Bones 17 Art: Vision Becomes Image 4 Asia 28 Athletes 37 Brain Food 14 The Changing Scene 22 Crime and Justice 20 Do-It-Yourself 36 Do You Believe? 18 Drugs 19 Europe 29 Fantasy 3 Fur, Feathers and Scales 15Getting It Together 20 Graphic Novels 5 Historical Fiction 13 Horror 7 Humor 2 Latinos 31 LGBTQ: Being Gay 21 Looking Good 21 Love and Sex 21 Make Up Your Mind 22 The Middle East 27 Mind and Body 16 The Movies and TV 8 Mystery and Suspense 6 Native Americans 29 Never Again: The Holocaust 25 New York, NY 35 Novels and Short Stories 11 On Stage 4 Overcoming Odds 23 Planet Earth 16Poetry 7 The Power of Words 18 Rap, Rock and Bach 12 Remarkable People 23 Science Fiction 2 Sports 37 Teen Novels and Short Stories 8 True Adventure 39 U.S.A.: Black America 32 U.S.A.: The Civil War and After 34 U.S.A.: Coming to America 31 U.S.A.: The New Nation 34 U.S.A.: Past, Present and Future 33 The Universe and Beyond 14 War and Peace 24 The Way Things Work 17 Wheels and Wings 36 Women 26 Working 25 Young Love 5 ABOUT THE COVER A person of mystery is our guide to books in New York City. The map unfolds to
show us the way. Follow the lead of our person of mystery and we trust that this booklist will lead to days
of exciting reading. The cover art for the 2005 Books for the Teen Age was created by Jonathan de la Rosa, an art student at SoBRO, South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation. He is a 12th grader at Mount Saint Michael Academy, Bronx.Welcome!This is the 76th edition of Books for the Teen Age. It is a booklist created especially for you. The cover art featuring a person of mystery invites you to visit a world of new ideas and possibilities. You will find stories of urban teens, poetry, mysteries, biographies of remarkable individuals, romance, sports, true adventure, books that will help you navigate through the stages of life, and much more.There are approximately 1,000 titles on this list. To help you find those you will like the most, we have arranged all titles by subject so that you can browse and discover old favorites and new ones. The newest titles are marked with an asterisk (*).The books on the list are on display year-round at Nathan Straus Teen Central at the Donnell Library Center, 20 West 53rd Street, (212) 621-0633. Each New York Public Library branch has many of the books on this list and other books of special interest to teenagers. Many of the titles listed are available in recorded format, Braille, or large print from the Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library, 40 West 20th Street. For more information on this service, call (212) 206-5400.Because you vary so much in your interests, maturity, and reading ability, the books on the list differ greatly in difficulty and depth. They may be shelved in various places in the library. Ask your librarian to help you find a book you are interested in reading. Let your librarian know whether you like the book or not. We are interested in your opinions! Write to us at: teenlink@nypl.org. Your opinions and ideas help us in selecting books for Young Adult collections in the branch libraries and in preparing future booklists for you. Please visit us online at: teenlink.nypl.org where you will find additional booklists, special events for teens, opportunities to publish your poetry, stories, and essays online, listen to excerpts from books, and much more.Here?s to wishing you hours of reading enjoyment!Sandra PayneCoordinator of Young Adult ServicesBooks for the Teen Age
The Creative SpiritHumorANONYMOUS AS TOLD
TO TUCKER SHAW*Confessions of a Backup DancerSimon PulseA crazy summer around a
pop divaEHRENHAFT, DANIEL *10 Things to Do
Before I DieDelacorteTed, making the most of his
last 24 hoursFRIEDMAN, PETER*Ideal MarriagePermanentTeen in the 50s with sex
on the brainHIAASEN, CARL
HootKnopfLife in Florida enlivened by
baby owlsKEMP, KRISTEN *The Dating DiariesPushMaking up for lost time after
a break-upKORMAN, GORDON*Son of the Mob: Hollywood HustleHyperionThe family?s influence on
Vince?s LA lifeLIMB, SUE*Girl, 15, Charming
but InsaneDelacortePursuing love despite lack
of confidenceLUBAR, DAVID
DunkClarionThe twisted world of a
wisecracking clownMASH, ROBERT
How to Keep Dinosaurs
Weidenfeld & NicolsonFor pets, crowd control
or dinoburgersMCGRUDER, AARON
A Right to be Hostile
Three RiversBoondocks comics, poking fun
at everyoneO?KEEFE, SUSAN HEYBOER*Death by EggplantRoaring BrookDreams of cooking and a
flour babyRALLISON, JANETTE*Life, Love, and the Pursuit of Free ThrowsWalkerGoing head-to-head with your best friendRENNISON, LOUISE*Away Laughing
on a Fast CamelHarperTempestLife after the Sex God leavesSEELY, HART, COMPILER AND EDITOR
Pieces of Intelligence
Free PressSecretary Rumsfeld?s words of wisdom STUDIO KAIJU*Kaiju Big BattelHyperionGuide to giant city-crushing
monsters THOMPSON, JULIAN F.
Hard Time
AtheneumIn reform school with a
magical dollScience
FictionCOLFER, EOIN *The SupernaturalistHyperionFighting parasites on future EarthDUPRAU, JEANNE*The People of SparksRandom HouseMaking a new life on
Earth?s surfaceFOON, DENNIS*FreewalkerAnnick Roan and Stowe learning to
use powerFOSTER, ALAN DEAN*Lost and FoundBallantine Camping out leads to
kidnapping by aliensGOOBIE, BETH *FluxOrcaChased by a gang into
another dimensionLAWRENCE, MICHAEL*A Crack in the LineGreenwillowHis mother is alive in
an alternate worldLOWRY, LOIS*MessengerHoughton MifflinMatty, risking all to find
his true nameOPPEL, KENNETH*AirbornEOSLife on an airship leads
to adventureREED, KIT*Thinner Than ThouTORThin and fit becomes a
dangerous religionREEVE, PHILIP *Predator?s GoldEOSHester, selling out a city
for revengeRUCKER, RUDY*Frek and the ElixirTORQuest to restore Earth?s
lost speciesSCHMITZ, JAMES H.*The Witches of KarresBaenWhose power can stop an
alien invasionSTAHLER, DAVID, JR.*TruesightEOSCursed with sight in
a blind worldVALENTINE, JAMES *Jump-ManSimon & SchusterTime-traveling Theo wrecks
Jules? romanceWERLIN, NANCY*Double HelixDialEli uncovering his own
genetic secretsZAHN, TIMOTHY
*The Green and
the Gray
TORAliens at war on New York
City streetsFantasyBARRY, DAVE AND
RIDLEY PEARSON
*Peter and the Starcatchers
Disney EditionsFearless Peter before NeverlandBATH, K. P.*The Secret of Castle CantLittle, BrownPowerful, dangerous knowledgeBOYLE, FIONNA*A Muggle?s Guide to
the Wizarding WorldECW PressExploring the Harry Potter UniverseCADNUM, MICHAEL*StarfallScholasticWhen the gods ruledCONSTABLE, KATE*The Singer of All SongsArthur A. LevineCalwyn, using ice magic
chantments DALE, ANNA *Whispering to WitchesBloomsburyA missing page from a book
of magicDE LINT, CHARLES*Blue GirlViking 17 and trying to avoid trouble DICKINSON, JOHN*Cup of the WorldDavid FicklingLoving a man met in her dreamsDUNKLE, CLARE B.*Close KinHenry Holt Seeking love on a quest FARMER, NANCY*The Sea of TrollsAtheneum Lucky Jack kidnapped by Vikings FARREN, MICK *KindlingTOR The Four, challenging the
Dark ThingsFINDLAY, JAMIESON*The Blue Roan ChildScholastic Searching for stolen coltsFISHER, CATHERINE*The Oracle BetrayedGreenwillowSeeking the religious leader?s heir *Snow-walkerGreenwillowFighting an evil foreign tyrantHALE, SHANNON*Enna BurningBloomsburyFires to warm and to destroyLACKEY, MERCEDES *The Fairy GodmotherLuna Fixing magical messesLE GUIN, URSULA K.*GiftsHarcourtWonderful, useful and
deadly talents MAHY, MARGARET*AlchemyMargaret K McElderryMagic versus free willMCKILLIP, PATRICIA A.*Alphabet of ThornAce An orphan girl haunted by
an ancient taleMCNAUGHTON, JANET*An Earthly KnightHarperCollinsA suitable suitor for JennyNIFFENEGGER, AUDREY
The Time
Traveler?s Wife
MacAdam/CageLovers misplaced in timePRATCHETT, TERRY *A Hat Full of SkyHarperCollinsTiffany, aided by the Wee
Free MenPRICE, SUSAN *A Sterkarm KissEOSFinding romance back in
the 16th c.PRUE, SALLY *The Devil?s ToenailScholasticStarting a fire to join
a gangPULLMAN, PHILIP
The Amber
Spyglass
KnopfWill Lyra save her world
or destroy it?RABE, JEAN*The Finest
CreationTOR Perfect beings aiding
mankind RANDALL, DAVID*ClovermeadMargaret K. McElderryLies about the past2The air outside sparkled, shimmering like a snow globe full of glitter. Jessica blinked and rubbed her eyes, but the galaxy of hovering diamonds didn?t go away.There were thousands of them, each suspended in the air as if by its own little invisible string. They seemed to glow, filling the street and her room with the blue light. Some were just inches from the window, perfect spheres no bigger than the smallest pearl, translucent
as beads of glass. Jessica took a few steps backward and sat down on her bed. ?Weird dream,? she said aloud, and then wished she hadn?t. It didn?t seem right saying that. Wondering if she were dreaming made her feel more? awake somehow. And this was already too real: no unexplained panic, no watching herself from above, no feeling as if she were in a play and didn?t know her lines?just Jessica Day sitting on her bed and being confused. And the air outside full of diamonds.The
Secret HourBY SCOTT WESTERFELDEOS, 20043
4 5SEDGWICK, MARCUS*The Book of Dead DaysWendy LambSearching graveyards to save
his lifeSTEWART, PAUL AND
CHRIS RIDDELL*Beyond the DeepwoodsDavid FicklingWhen Twig left the
Deepwoods pathSTROUD, JONATHAN
The Amulet of Samarkand
Miramax
When magicians ruled
Great BritainTHOMSON, CELIA*The FallenSimon Pulse Surviving a 200 foot drop WESTERFELD, SCOTT*The Secret HourEOS In danger when time freezes WILLIAMS, MAIYA*The Golden HourAmuletA portal to revolutionary FranceOn StageBALANCHINE, GEORGE
AND FRANCIS
101 Stories of
the Great BalletsAnchorFrom Giselle to Duo ConcertantBLACKWOOD, GARY
Shakespeare?s ScribeDuttonSurviving the Black PlagueCHEANEY, J. B.
The Playmaker
Knopf16th C. theater apprentice facing dangerThe True PrinceKnopfCrime in Shakespeare?s theaterCOOPER, SUSAN
King of Shadows
Margaret K. McElderryNat, transported to the
16th centuryDOWD, OLYMPIA
A Young Dancer?s Apprenticeship
Twenty-First CenturyOn tour at 14 with the
Moscow City BalletFISHMAN, KATHARINE DAVIS*Attitude!Jeremy P. Tarcher/PenguinEight teen dancers from
The Ailey SchoolFREEDMAN, RUSSELL
Martha Graham
ClarionShe created a new kind of danceGLOVER, SAVION
Savion
MorrowMy life in tapJAY, ANNIE
Stars in Your Eyes...Feet on the GroundTheatre DirectoriesA practical guide for teen actorsJONES, BILL T. AND
SUSAN KUKLIN
DanceHyperionA choreographer moves
through spaceKATZ, WELWYN WILTON
Come Like Shadows
CoteauSummer stock dream job
or nightmare?LANE, ERIC AND NINA SHENGOLD, EDITORS*Under ThirtyVintagePlays for a new generationMAYBARDUK, LINDA
The Dancer Who Flew
TundraRudolf Nureyev, remembered
by a friendO?CONNOR, ROSALIE*Getting CloserUniv. Press of FloridaBehind the scenes at the balletPACKER, TINA*Tales From ShakespeareScholasticTen of the Bard?s bestPORTER, TRACEY
A Dance of Sisters
Joanna CotlerThe beauty, pain and danger
of balletROSE, PHILIP
You Can?t Do That
on Broadway!
Limelight EditionsProducing A Raisin in the SunROSEN, MICHAEL
AND JANE RAY*Shakespeare?s Romeo and JulietCandlewick A beautiful retellingSIMMONS, DANNY, EDITOR
Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam on Broadway & More
AtriaThe energy and impact of the spoken wordTEACHOUT, TERRY*All in the DancesHarcourt Balanchine, a brief lifeArt: Vision
Becomes
ImageARONSON, MARC
Art Attack
ClarionAvant garde artists on the
cutting edgeCHALMERS, CATHERINE
FoodChainApertureEat or be eatenCOCKCROFT, JAMES D., ASSISTED BY JANE CANNING
Latino Visions
WattsContemporary artists of
the AmericasFLY
PeopsSoft SkullStories and drawings of
real peopleGHERMAN, BEVERLY
Ansel Adams
Little BrownAmerica?s legendary photographerGOULART, RON
Comic Book Culture
Collectors
Everyone?s old favoritesGREENBERG, JAN
Vincent van Gogh
Delacorte
The mad Dutch genius GREENBERG, JAN
AND SANDRA JORDAN
Action Jackson
Roaring Brook
The creative Mr. Pollack*Andy Warhol
DelacorteFabulous Prince of Pop
Runaway Girl
AbramsThe artist Louise BourgeoisHARING, KEITH
Dogs
BulfinchWords and drawings of the
bold artistHIGHSMITH, CAROL M.
AND TED LANDPHAIR
America?s Engineering Marvels
GramercyMasterworks to inspireHOYE, JACOB
BoardsUniverseThe art and design of
the skateboardKASSINGER, RUTH G.
CeramicsTwenty-First CenturyFrom magic pots to
man-made bonesROBBINS, TRINA
From Girls to GrrrlzChronicleNearly 60 years of women
in comicsRUBIN, SUSAN GOLDMAN
Margaret Bourke-White
AbramsPictures were her lifeSCHIAFFINO, MARIAROSA
GoyaPeter BedrickPainting royal portraits and
the political sceneSCHULKE, FLIP
Witness to Our Times
CricketLife as a photojournalistSPATE, VIRGINIA
DegasSourceBooksAcute observer of beautySUTHERLAND, PETER*AutografpowerHousePhotos of NYC graffiti writersTATHAM, CAROLINE
AND JULIAN SEAMAN
Fashion
Barron?sA guide for the aspiring artistGraphic
NovelsBILAL, PIERRE AND
ENKI BILAL *TownscapesHumanoids/DC Comics Stories of small towns
fighting backDROOKER, ERIC
Blood Song
Harvest BooksFleeing horror, finding loveJEMAS, BILL AND BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS*Ultimate Spider-Man CollectionMarvelThe tales retold for a
new generationGAIMAN, NEIL, ANDY KUBERT AND RICHARD ISANOVE*Marvel 1602Marvel X-Men in the 17th CenturyHYUN, YOU*Faeries? Landing, Vol. 1 TokyopopRyang, 16, guardian to
a grounded fairyJOHNS, GEOFF*Teen Titans:
A Kid?s GameDC ComicsProving their worth to the
Justice LeagueKINDT, MATT *2 SistersTop Shelf Danger and tragedy for Elle,
a WWII spyRUCKA, GREG, ED BRUBAKER AND MICHAEL LARK*Gotham Central:
In the Line of DutyDC ComicsTo be a cop in Batman?s townRUCKA, GREG, DREW JOHNSON AND RAY SNYDER*Wonder Woman:
Down to EarthDC ComicsDiana?s beliefs leave her open
to attackSHANOWER, ERIC *Age of Bronze Sacrifice, Vol. 2ImageWhat the Greeks must do to defeat TroySPIEGELMAN, ART*In the Shadow of
No TowersPantheonAn artist scarred by
September 11WILLINGHAM, BILL,
MARK BUCKINGHAM AND STEVE LEIALOHA*Fables: Animal FarmVertigoDeath stalks fairy tale refugeesYoung
LoveBURNHAM, NIKI*Royally JackedSimon PulseProblems with loving a princeCHESHIRE, SIMON*Kissing VanessaDelacorteShy-guy-likes-gorgeous-girl storyFLAKE, SHARON G.*Who Am I Without Him?Jump at the Sun/HyperionGirls and the boys in their livesFRANK, HILLARY *I Can?t Tell YouGraphiaWhen ?just friends? isn?t enough JOHNSON, ANGELA
The First Part LastSimon & SchusterTurning 16, becoming a fatherLEVITHAN, DAVID*The Realm of PossibilityKnopfThe endless ways kids connectSANDOVAL, LYNDA*Who?s Your Daddy? Simon PulseGuy-repellent parents
challenging romanceAt ten minutes of ten on this first Saturday in August 2001, the front hall at The Ailey School is totally quiet, though not uninhabited. A few teenage girls wearing large numbers on their leotards walk silently in and out of the studios that abut the hall, talking to parents who wait outside. Inside Studio 3, some fifty more numbered teenage girls are stretching on the floor and at the barre, whispering to one another, sipping from water bottles, or sitting cross-legged beside their backpacks, meditating. Aside
from their undisputable trimness, they vary in size and shape; their hair is short or pinned up in some sort of bun and occasionally cornrowed.
About two-thirds appear African-American the rest are
everything else. No one smiles. Though the heat hasn?t quite kicked in yet, it is going to be a scorcher?one of those heavy, humid dog days that mark late summer in New York?and none of these studios is air-conditioned. After twenty minutes, four godlike
individuals glide in and the dancers come to attention.Attitude!BY KATHARINE
DAVIS FISHMANJeremy P. Tarcher/
Penguin, 2004
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SCHREIBER, ELLEN
Vampire Kisses
HarperCollinsOutcast goth-girl seeks love
with biteSHAW, TUCKER
Flavor of the WeekHyperionCooking up romance with the wrong guySUTHERLAND, TUI T.*This Must be LoveHarperCollins Sorting out confusing relationshipWILLIAMS-GARCIA, RITA
Every Time
a Rainbow Dies
HarperCollinsA victim of rape changes
Thulani?s lifeWOODSON, JACQUELINE*Behind YouPutnam?sMoving on after losing a
loved oneZUSAK, MARKUS
Getting the Girl
Arthur A. LevineWanting the one his brother
used to haveMystery and
SuspenseADAMSON, ISAAC
Dreaming PachinkoPerennialHas-been rock stars,
blackmail and ghostsALPHIN, ELAINE MARIE
Picture PerfectCarolrhodaIan, unable to remember what happenedBARRETT, TRACY
Cold in SummerHenry HoltNew town, new friends,
old ghostsBOWLER, TIM
Storm CatchersMargaret K. McElderryElla, kidnapped by a
vengeful ghostCABOT, MEG
HauntedHarperCollinsA live guy giving Suze
nightmaresCOLLIER, JAMES LINCOLN*The Empty MirrorBloomsburyWhen two souls claim one bodyCORMIER, ROBERT
The Rag and Bone ShopDelacorteMurder?true or false
confession?GILES, GAIL*Playing in TrafficRoaring BrookShy Matt and the wild goth-girl HADDIX, MARGARET PETERSON
Escape From Memory
Simon & SchusterFamily secrets hidden in
Kira?s brainHARWOOD, JOHN *The Ghost WriterHarcourt Family secrets
or creative writing?KARR, KATHLEEN
The 7th KnotMarshall CavendishMiles and Wick rescuing art
and the valetLANSDALE, JOE R.
A Fine Dark LineWarnerStanley, losing innocence,
not his lifeLIPPMAN, LAURA
Every Secret Thing
MorrowBabies disappearing in BaltimoreMCALPINE, GORDON
Mystery Box
CricketFalling in love and solving crimesMCNAMEE, GRAHAM
AccelerationWendy Lamb
Duncan stalking a serial killerMORGENROTH, KATE*JudeSimon & SchusterSurviving an unfair, stiff sentenceOATES, JOYCE CAROL
Freaky Green Eyes
HarperTempestWatching her parents head toward tragedyPETERS, ELIZABETH*Guardian of the HorizonWilliam MorrowA dangerous return to EgyptPLUM-UCCI, CAROL
The SheHarcourtDisappearing parents swallowed by the seaPRIESTLEY, CHRIS
Death and the ArrowKnopfGruesome serial killings in 1715WATSON, JUDE*PremonitionsScholasticGracie, using ESP to save
her friendWEATHERLY, LEE*Missing AbbyDavid FicklingWhen a 13-year old girl vanished WINSPEAR, JACQUELINE*Birds of a FeatherSohoA runaway heiress or a
murderer? Maisie DobbsSohoA private investigator?s lost loveHorrorALLIE, SCOTT, EDITOR*The Dark Horse Book
of WitchcraftDark HorsePowerful women,
supernatural skillBLOOR, EDWARD*Story TimeHarcourtWhere testing is the work
of the devilCREEDON, CATHERINE
Blue Wolf
HarperCollinsTrapped in an animal?s bodyHINTON, S. E. *Hawkes HarborTORJamie, tough enough to reform
a vampireHOFFMAN, NINA KIRIKI
A Stir of BonesVikingBreaking free of abuse with ghostly helpHURSTON, ZORA NEALE, COLLECTOR; ADAPTED BY JOYCE CAROL THOMAS*The Skull Talks Back and Other Haunting TalesHarperCollinsSpooky tales from folkloreJOHNSON, KATHLEEN JEFFRIE*A Fast and Brutal WingRoaring BrookMentally ill or shape shifters?KLAUSE, ANNETTE CURTIS
Blood and ChocolateLaurel LeafRuns with werewolves, howls
for meat boyMCKINLEY, ROBIN
SunshineBerkley
Saving herself from being a
vampire mealMETZ, MELINDA*Raven?s PointHarperCollinsAncient evil on a small islandNOYES, DEBORAH, EDITOR*Gothic!CandlewickTen original dark talesRICE, ANNE
Interview with
the VampireBallantineVampire tells all to reporterSAUL, JOHN*Black Creek CrossingBallantineLife in a charming, haunted houseSLEATOR, WILLIAM *The Boy Who
Couldn?t DieAmuletThe boy who could killSOSNOWSKI, DAVID*VampedFree PressWhen there are more vampires than humansSTRAUB, PETER
lost boy lost girl
Random HouseA serial killer or a ghost?VANDE VELDE, VIVIAN
Companions of
the NightHarcourt Brace/Jane YolenEthan drinks the blood
of humansWALLACE, RICH
RestlessVikingRunning track with a ghostWOODING, CHRIS*The Haunting of Alaizabel CrayOrchardTerror in the London streetsPoetryACHEBE, CHINUA*Collected PoemsAnchorNigeria?s powerful writerALVAREZ, JULIA*The Woman
I Kept to MyselfAlgonquinWise and personal wordsCOLLINS, BILLY, EDITOR
Poetry 180Random HouseAn anthology of contemporary workESPADA, MART?
AlabanzaNortonA Latino lyric voiceGREENBERG, JAN, EDITOR
Heart to HeartAbramsThe beauty of art
and languageJANECZKO, PAUL B.,
EDITOR*BlushingOrchardExpressions of loveJORDAN, A. VAN *M-A-C-N-O-L-I-ANortonStory of a spelling whizJUSTICE, DONALD*Collected PoemsKnopfThe master of simple,
classical formLANSANA, QURAYSH ALI*They Shall RunThird WorldHarriet Tubman, woman
and warriorMOSS, THYLIAS*Slave MothPerseaAn enslaved girl imagining
freedomMYERS, WALTER DEAN*Here in HarlemHoliday HouseHonoring his hometownNYE, NAOMI SHIHAB*Is This Forever,
Or What?GreenwillowTexas inspiring artists
and writersPAWLAK, MARK AND
DICK LOURIE, EDITORS WITH RON SCHREIBER
AND ROBERT HERSHON*Shooting the RatHanging LooseStories and poems by high
school writersPEACOCK, MOLLY,
ELISE PASCHEN AND
NEIL NECHES, EDITORS
Poetry in MotionNorton100 poems from NYC
subways and busesPERDOMO, WILLIE
Smoking LovelyRattapallaxOur Nuyorican laureatePINSKY, ROBERT AND MAGGIE DIETZ, EDITORS*An Invitation to PoetryNortonFrom the Favorite Poem ProjectREDDY, SRIKANTH*Facts for VisitorsUniv. of California Pr.Traditional and experimental workSCHMIDT, ELIZABETH
AND KEVIN YOUNG
Poems of New YorkRandom HouseThe icons of our citySCHULTZ, PHILIP*Living in the PastHarcourtRochester, New York, in the fiftiesSESHADRI, VIJAY*The Long MeadowGraywolfFrom India to BrooklynPEOPLE SAY THINGS about me. Bad things. Momma says I give ?em reason to. That if I would just be a good girl?like the girls who wait for the bus with me in the mornings?then things wouldn?t
go so hard for me. But I don?t wanna be like them girls: so plain and pitiful, boys don?t even look their way or ask their names. I wanna be me. Ain?t nothing wrong with that. Is it?Me and them girls been standing
on the same corner waiting for
the same bus for a year now, and
I don?t even know their names. But I hate ?em just the same, mostly ?cause that girl with the red hair and gray eyes looks like the girl Raheem once left me for. She was a good girl too, so they say. She got straight A?s worked in the principal?s office, headed
up the cheerleading team, and played flute for the marching band. You?d figure a girl like that wouldn?t
be no thief. But she was. She stole
my man right from under me?for
a little while, anyhow.Who am I
Without Him?BY SHARON G. FLAKEJump at the Sun/Hyperion Books,
2004
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YOU DON?T BELIEVE ANY OF THIS, DO YOU? Do you really think that I think the St. Andrew Valley water tower is the all-powerful, all-seeing ruler of all-that-is? Let me ask you something.
Do you think every single person sitting in, say, your local church (or temple or mosque or coven or whatever the hell it is your parents drag you to) believes everything they hear? What about the guy who goes to church on Sunday but cheats on his taxes. That?s a sin, right? If he truly believed in God, would he sin?But that doesn?t mean the tax cheat isn?t religious. Religious is a whole different kettle of fish, as my grandmother would say. I?m religious. And I?m serious. Serious as a heart attack (Grandma again). Chutengodianism is important to me. But that doesn?t mean I think that a big steel tank propped up on a few I-beams is omnipotent. I might be a religious zealot, but I?m not crazy.GodlessBY PETE HAUTMANSimon & Schuster, 2004SHANGE, NTOZAKE,
FRANK STEWART,
AND KAMOINGE INC.*The Sweet Breath
of LifeAtriaWords, images:
the African-American familyVECCHIONE, PATRICE,
EDITOR*Revenge and ForgivenessHenry HoltTimeless human desiresWILLARD, NANCY*In the Salt MarshKnopfMysteries of the natural worldWRITERSCORPS*Paint Me Like I AmHarperTempest
Lively teen voicesYOUNG, KEVIN
Jelly RollKnopfJazzy blues poemsThe Movies and TVALEXANDER, GEORGE
Why We
Make MoviesBroadwayBlack filmmakers talkingBIZONY, PIERS
Digital DomainBillboardCreating special effectsBOGLE, DONALD
Primetime BluesFarrar, Straus and GirouxThe changing roles of blacks
on TVCARTWRIGHT, NANCY
My Life as a
10-Year-Old BoyHyperionBehind the scenes at
?The Simpsons?DUNCAN, JODY
Star Wars: MythmakingDel ReyBehind the scenes with
color photosLUMME, HELENA
Great Women of Film
BillboardActresses, producers, directors, and moreRICHMOND, RAY*This is Jeopardy!Barnes & NobleCelebrating America?s favorite quiz showROEPER, RICHARD
10 Sure Signs a Movie Character is Doomed, and Other Surprising Movie Lists
HyperionThe best, the worst and moreRUBIN, SUSAN GOLDMAN
Steven SpielbergAbramsCrazy for movies since he was
a childHACKFORD, TAYLOR,
JAMES L. WHITE AND
LINDA SUNSHINE*RayNewmarketA tribute to Ray CharlesVAZ, MARK COTTA
The Art of Star Wars
Del ReyEpisode II: Attack of the clones.WORMSER, RICHARD
To the Young FilmmakerWattsConversations with working
filmmakersTeen Novels
and Short StoriesADOFF, JAIME*Names Will Never
Hurt MeDuttonHigh school hell, a year after
a killingAIDINOFF, ELSIE V.*The GardenHarperTempestAdam and Eve and the
Serpent makes threeALMOND, DAVID*The Fire-EatersDelacorteBobby?s world on the brink
of destructionBATHURST, BELLA*SpecialMarinerThe chilling meanness of girls
in a groupBENNETT, CHERIE AND
JEFF GOTTESFELD*A Heart DividedDelacorteCulture shock when Kate
moves SouthBROOKS, KEVIN*Kissing the RainThe Chicken HouseA witness to murderBRUGMAN, ALYSSA*Walking NakedDelacorteThe power of the cliqueCABOT, MEG*Teen IdolHarperCollinsWhen a film star challenges
Jim?s talentsCALETTI, DEB*Honey, Baby, SweetheartSimon & SchusterBad boy + quiet girl = troubleCART, MICHAEL, EDITOR*Rush Hour: Volume 1, SinDelacorteStories, essays, poetry on
one theme*Rush Hour: Volume 2, Bad BoysDelacorteStories, essays, poetry on
one themeCASSIDY, CATHY*DizzyVikingReuniting with her hippy momCHOLDENKO, GENNIFER*Al Capone Does
My ShirtsPutnam?sGrowing up on Alcatraz IslandCLARK, CATHERINE*The Alison RulesHarperTempestTrying to handle life?s surprisesCOHN, RACHEL*Pop PrincessSimon & SchusterSudden stardom at 16CORRIGAN, EIREANN*SplinteringScholasticA shattered family after an attackCREECH, SHARON*HeartbeatJoanna CotlerHow Annie fits into the rhythm of lifeCUMMINGS, PRISCILLA*Red KayakDuttonA tragedy that Brady may
have causedCURTIS, CHRISTOPHER PAUL*Bucking the SargeWendy LambWhen your mother is a slum lordDESSEN, SARAH*The Truth About ForeverVikingFacing the future after a
father?s deathDHAMI, NARINDER*Bindi BabesDelacorte3 cool sisters and their
interfering auntFLINN, ALEX*Nothing to LoseHarperTempestHiding the truth about his
father?s deathFORDE, CATHERINE*Fat Boy SwimDelacorteFamous for his size, with a
hidden talentFRAUSTINO, LISA ROWE, EDITOR*Don?t Cramp My StyleSimon & SchusterStories about that time of
the monthFREDERICKS, MARIAH*Head GamesRichard JacksonFriendship following online
role playingFRIEND, NATASHA*PerfectMilkweedCoping with an eating disorderFUSCO, KIMBERLY NEWTON
*Tending to Grace
KnopfCornelia?s hidden strengthsGARDNER, GRAHAM*Inventing ElliotDialChosen for a secret society
of bulliesHAUTMAN, PETE*GodlessSimon & SchusterThe power of belief in a
water towerHEMPHILL, STEPHANIE*Things Left UnsaidHyperionWhen a good girl is led astrayHERMES, PATRICIA*Summer SecretsMarshall CavendishMama?s madness and
other challengesHITE, SID*The King of
Slippery FallsScholasticSearching for fish, finding
his identityHOBBS, VALERIE*Letting Go of Bobby James, or How I Found My Self of SteamFrances FosterLife after an abusive marriageHRDLITSCHKA, SHELLEY*Kat?s FallOrcaUncovering truth and learning about loveJOHNSON, ANGELA*BirdDialRunaway girl searching for
her stepfatherJOHNSON, MAUREEN*The Key to the Golden FirebirdHarperCollinsSisters coping with their
father?s deathKADOHATA, CYNTHIA*Kira-KiraAtheneumSisters? friendship, love and lossKANTOR, MELISSA*Confessions of a
Not It GirlHyperionSenior year blues in BrooklynKOERTGE, RON*Margaux with an XCandlewickGorgeous tough chick and
oddball geekKOJA, KATHE*The Blue MirrorFarrar, Straus and GirouxA destructive relationship
with a runawayKONIGSBURG, E. L. *The Outcasts of 19 Schuyler PlaceAtheneumFinding beauty in what is unique KWASNEY, MICHELLE D.*Baby BlueHenry HoltStruggling to protect her familyLION, MELISSA*SwollenWendy LambSamantha?s race
toward happiness LYNCH, CHRIS *The Gravedigger?s CottageHarperCollinsWhere death haunts a family by the sea MACKLER, CAROLYN*Vegan Virgin ValentineCandlewickControl freak ready to break outMCCAFFERTY,
MEGAN, EDITOR*SixteenThree RiversStories about that sweet/bitter
birthdayMCCORD, PATRICIA*Pictures in the DarkBloomsburyAn unbearable life with
insane rules
10 11
We were completely clueless about how safe we?d be walking
around out here. One of the soldiers I?d talked to said there were hundreds of people heading into the countryside away from the action in order to try to disappear and wait out the trouble which suggested it would be like walking around in a shopping
mall. On the other hand I got the feeling that there were more than enough footpaths in England and the average refugee wouldn?t be interested in socializing. The soldier?s theory was that most of the people we were likely to meet would be English people but he also said that doesn?t mean that they won?t shoot you on sight.I couldn?t really believe that a whole bunch of enemy soldiers were going to spend their spare time crashing around in the undergrowth looking for stray people to shoot but it still seemed like a good idea to keep a
low profile for as long as possible or
at least while you were pretty sure
the world had lost its mind.How I
Live NowBY MEG ROSOFFWendy Lamb Books, 2004Novels
and Short StoriesAMIDON, STEPHEN*Human CapitalFarrar, Straus and GirouxTeens and their families
facing tragedyBERLIN, ADAM*Belmondo StyleSt. Martin?sOn the run from the NYC policeBEZMOZGIS, DAVID*Natasha and Other StoriesFarrar, Straus and GirouxImmigrant lives in TorontoBLOCK, BRETT ELLEN*The Grave of God?s DaughterWilliam MorrowA shameful secret hidden at
great costBOHJALIAN,
CHRISTOPHER A.*Before You Know KindnessShaye AreheartWhen Charlotte shot her father BRAFF, JOSHUA*The Unthinkable Thoughts of Jacob GreenAlgonquinLearning to rebel from
his brotherCALDWELL, IAN AND DUSTIN THOMASON*The Rule of FourDialTwo Princeton seniors?
amazing discoveryCALLANAN, LIAM*The Cloud AtlasDelacorteFinding love and beauty in
WWII AlaskaCOOK, LORNA J.*DeparturesSt. Martin?sLeaving home for
independent livesCRAIG, PETER*Hot PlasticHyperionKevin, following his con-man dad?s pathDANTICAT, EDWIDGE*The Dew BreakerKnopfThe torturer?s daughter,
unraveling secretsDAVIS, AMANDA
Wonder When You?ll Miss MeWilliam MorrowLeaving violence to join
the circusDAY, CATHY*The Circus in WinterHarcourtTragedy, love and loss for
3 generationsFALCONER, HELEN*Sky HighPerseaMusic, sex, and parent problemsFISHCHER, JACKIE MOYER*An Egg on Three SticksThomas DunneFirst love shadowed by
mental illnessFROMM, PETE
As Cool As I Am
PicadorLucy and Kenny overwhelmed
by sexGILLISON, SAMANTHA*The King of AmericaRandom HouseLost at sea exploring New GuineaHADDON, MARK
The Curious Incident
of the Dog in the
Night-Time
DoubledayAn autistic boy playing SherlockHALPIN, BRENDAN*DonorboyRandom HouseSudden fatherhood for a
sperm donorHALLOWELL, JANIS*The Annunciation
of Francesca DunnWilliam MorrowNormal teen or divine being?HARUF, KENT*EventideKnopfPainful and blessed lives
in a small townHOFFMAN, ALICE*Blackbird HouseDoubleday200 years of love and lossHYLAND, M. J.*How the Light
Gets InCanongateAn unhappy exchange
student in ChicagoJUST, WARD*An Unfinished SeasonHoughton MifflinWilson, 19, falling in loveKRYGIER, LEORA*When She SleepsTobyHalf-sisters, Vietnamese
and AmericanLANGER, ADAM*Crossing CaliforniaRiverheadChicago teens seeking love and laughterMCDONALD, JANET*Brother HoodFrances FosterFrom Harlem to prep schoolMANNING, SARRA*Guitar GirlDuttonUnexpected pop stardomMARCHETTA, MELINA*Saving FrancescaKnopfHer complex relationship
with her motherMORIARTY, JACLYN*The Year of Secret AssignmentsArthur A. LevineDiaries, letters, notes
between friendsMYERS, WALTER DEAN*ShooterAmistad/HarperTempestTragic tale of troubled teensNELSON, BLAKE*Rock Star SuperstarVikingFrom jazz geek to rock godPASCAL, FRANCINE*The Ruling ClassSimon & SchusterUpsetting the balance
of powerPECK, RICHARD*Past Perfect, Present TenseDialStories and tips on how
to write themPECK, ROBERT NEWTON*BroHarperCollinsA family pulled apart and drawn togetherPETERSEN, P. J. AND IVY RUCKMAN*rob&sara.comDelacorteA close relationship via emailQUALEY, MARSHA*Too Big a StormDial
Brady, finding her way
in the 60sRAPP, ADAM*Under the Wolf,
Under the DogCandlewickStruggling to cope with
a violent pastROBERTS, WILLO DAVIS*Blood on His HandsAtheneumOn the run, seeking his
father?s helpROSOFF, MEG*How I Live NowWendy LambThe bonds that form in
a time of warSHAW, SUSAN*The Boy from
the BasementDuttonEnduring the horrors of abuseSHUSTERMAN, NEAL*The Schwa Was HereDuttonBeing friends with an
unnoticeable boySONES, SONYA*One of Those
Hideous Books Where the Mother DiesSimon & SchusterStarting over in LA with a
movie-star dadSTRASSER, TODD*Can?t Get There from HereSimon & SchusterA tribe of homeless teens on
NYC streetsSTRAUSS, LINDA LEOPOLD*Really, Truly, Everything?s FineMarshall CavendishLearning the truth about a
family crisisTASHJIAN, JANET
*Vote for Larry
Henry HoltJosh?s recipe for getting electedTOWNLEY, RODERICK*SkyRichard JacksonCool jazz for a young NYC
pianist in 1959TRUEMAN, TERRY*Cruise ControlHarperTempestThe ?normal? kid with a
disabled brotherVIZZINI, NED*Be More ChillHyperionTransformed by a pill from
dork to hottieWILLIAMS, JULIE*Escaping Tornado SeasonHarperTempestPiecing together a new life
after lossWINSTON, SHERRI*ActingMarshall CavendishA twin sister claiming her
own identityWITTLINGER, ELLEN*Heart on My SleeveSimon & SchusterChallenge of a long-distance
relationshipWOODS, BRENDA*Emako BluePutnam?sRemembering a bright star
of South Central LAWYATT, MELISSA*Raising the GriffinWendy LambThrust into the role of Rovenia?s princeZEISES, LARA M.*Contents Under PressureDelacorteThe happiness and confusion
of being 14Earl closed the calculus book. Careful: that should be his name. Careful Walks Alone. Who else in the senior class, Indian or white, was doing homework on a Friday night? And not even homework he had to do, but extra work because he felt like it. He picked up the book, stuffed the calculator into its case, stood, walked into the living room
and past his mother without looking
at her. He kept his face impassive.
In his bedroom he found a nylon windbreaker, shrugged into it, slipped on Nikes. The wind gusted harder. His mother brushed her long, dark hair every night, but sometimes Earl wanted to ask her why. What was the point? Who was she brushing it for? He knew: his father. Cyrus Walks Alone. Earl knew roads could have sudden endings. He knew if light grew bright enough it could be the hardest thing in the world. But he wanted to tell his mother, sometimes, not to be so careful. And not to expect it so much from him. As far as Earl knew, his father had been careful. What good had
it done him?The Work
of WolvesBY KENT MEYERSHarcourt, 2004
12 13
LLOYD, DAVID*BoysSyracuse Univ. Rowdy, friendly, shocking,
and realMENO, JOE*Hairstyles of the DamnedAkashic/Punk PlanetBrian, falling for a tough
punk rockerMEYERS, KENT *The Work of WolvesHarcourt Earl and Willi rescuing
abused horses NICHOLLS, DAVID *A Question of AttractionVillardFirst year in college, UK style PACKER, ZZ
Drinking Coffee Elsewhere
RiverheadBlack youth, eight stories
with a twistPARKS, SUZAN-LORI
Getting Mother?s Body
Random HousePregnant Billy, 16, robbing
a gravePHILLIPS, DELORES*The Darkest ChildSohoChoosing school over prostitution PICOULT, JODI*My Sister?s KeeperAtriaAnna, questioning her role as
a donorPORTER, CONNIE
Imani All MineMarinerTasha, 15, and now a motherROTH, PHILIP*The Plot Against AmericaHoughton MifflinA Nazi sympathizer as presidentSAPPHIRE
PushVintagePrecious, an abused survivor, speaksSHEPARD, JIM*Project XKnopfTwo eighth-grade loners
taking revengeSHREVE, ANITA*Light on SnowLittle, BrownFinding an abandoned baby
in the woods SLOAN, KAY*The Patron Saint
of Red ChevysPermanentTeen age girls looking for a mother?s killerSULLIVAN, MARY *Ship SoonerWilliam MorrowSuffering because of her
keen hearingTOEWS, MIRIAM*A Complicated KindnessCounterpointNomi, longing to leave a Mennonite townWARD, LIZA*Outside ValentineHenry HoltTeens on a killing spree WATT, ALAN
Diamond Dogs
Little, BrownStar quarterback, covering
up a crimeRap,
Rock and BachBASTFIELD, DARRIN KEITH
Back in the Day
BallantineLife and times with Tupac ShakurBOZZA, ANTHONY
Whatever You Say I AmCrownThe life and times of EminemBRANT, MARLEY*Tales From the Rock
?N? Roll HighwayWatson-GuptillThe fun and the troublesCHAPMAN, RICHARD
GuitarDKFrom Segovia to ClaptonCHIRAZI, STEFFAN, EDITOR*So What!BroadwayMetallica, the official chronicleCOOPER, MARTHA *Hip Hop FilesFrom Here to FameDocumenting the movement?1979?1984DEROGATIS, JIM AND CARM? CARRILLO,
EDITORS*Kill Your IdolsBarricadeCriticizing classic rock GETZINGER, DONNA AND DANIEL FELSENFELD*Johann Sebastian
BachMorgan ReynoldsA life in musicHARTOCOLLIS, ANEMONA*Seven Days of PossibilitiesPublicAffairsBronx kids singing gospel
in FinlandHART, MICKEY WITH KOSTYAL
Song CatchersNational GeographicIn search of the world?s musicHOROWITZ, JOSEPH
Dvor? in America
CricketThe Czech composer?s U.S. visitHOYE, JACOB AND KAROLYN ALI, EDITORS
Tupac: Resurrection 1971?1996AtriaStill life in words and picturesKEYS, ALICIA*Tears for WaterPutnam?s
Opening her heart in verse KONOW, DAVID
Bang Your HeadThree RiversRise and fall of heavy metalLIGHT, ALAN, EDITOR
Vibe History of Hip HopThree RiversOld School to the end of the centuryMALONE, BONZ;
NICOLE BATTLE AND
DJ LINDY
Hip Hop ImmortalsThunder?s MouthPhotographers capturing
entertainersPARTRIDGE, ELIZABETH
This Land Was Made for You and MeVikingThe life and songs of
Woody GuthrieRODRIGUEZ-DUARTE, ALEXIS*Presenting Celia CruzClarkson PotterThe Cuban born Queen of SalsaSCRIMGEOUR, DIANA*U2 ShowRiverheadTwenty-five years on tourSLICHTER, JACOB*So You Wanna be
a Rock & Roll StarBroadwayA look at the business of
pop musicSUMMERS, JODI
Moving up in the
Music BusinessAllworthPlan for successWARD, GEOFFREY C.
AND KEN BURNS
JazzKnopfA history of America?s musicHistorical FictionANDERSON, LAURIE HALSE
Fever 1793Simon & SchusterEnduring the deadly epidemicATTEMA, MARTHA
When the War is OverOrcaJanke, fighting Germans,
loving a GermanAVI
CrispinHyperionTaking a new name, fleeing
his enemiesBYRD, MAX*Shooting the SunBantamTo capture an eclipse with daguerreotypeCEELY, JONATHA*MinaDelacorteHiding her past in a
British kitchenCHIPMAN, LIZ *From the LighthouseDuttonWeezie after her mother left
in 1938CRIST-EVANS, CRAIG
AmaryllisCandlewickTwo brothers separated by warCROWE, CHRIS
Mississippi TrialPhyllis FogelmanThe summer Emmett Till
was murderedDONNELLY, JENNIFER
A Northern LightHarcourtA girl?s dreams disturbed
by murderDURBIN, WILLIAM*The Darkest EveningOrchardFleeing a Communist
Finnish utopiaHARRIS, ROBERT
Pompeii
Random HouseWhen Vesuvius eruptedHASSINGER, PETER W.*Shakespeare?s DaughterLaura GeringerWho wanted to be a singerHAUSMAN, GERALD
AND LORETTA HAUSMAN
Escape from
Botany BayOrchardMary, 19 sent to Australia
in chainsHESSE, KAREN
WitnessScholasticWhen the Ku Klux Klan comes
to VermontHOLM, JENNIFER L.*Boston Jane:
The ClaimHarperCollinsFrontier trials for an
independent girlHOLMES, VICTORIA*Rider in the DarkHarperCollinsHelena?s dangerous night ridesLAWRENCE, IAIN*B for BusterDelacorte16 and flying bombing raids
over GermanyMCCAUGHREAN, GERALDINE
Stop the TrainHarperCollinsBuilding a new Oklahoma townMORGAN, ROBERT
Brave EnemiesAlgonquinJosie, disguised as a man in
the 1780sRABIN, STATON*Betsy and the EmperorMargaret K. McElderryA young friend of the
captured NapoleonREES, CELIAPirates! BloomsburyGirls seeking treasure
and freedomTETZNER, LISA AND HANNES BINDER*The Black
BrothersFront StreetSold to be a
chimneysweepUPDALE, ELEANOR*Montmorency: Thief, Liar, Gentleman?OrchardMaster and servant
in one body*new book title
It was only much later, on that chilly morning in the prison hospital, that Montmorency realized how great a gift Sir Joseph Bazalgette had delivered. The map of the sewers, now imprinted on his mind because of his humiliation on the stage, could be the guide to his future career of crime. The tunnels were a new and secret route around London, serving, indeed, the richest areas, where the most profitable thieving could be done.He lay there constructing a series of fantasy
raids: seeing himself emerging from a hole in the ground, smashing, grabbing, and disappearing again as his victims and the flat-footed police ran around above his head frantically seeking the robber. He could almost feel the diamonds in his hand as he staged and restaged each crime. He wasn?t stupid. He knew there would be difficulties. In fact, the more he thought about the plan, the more difficulties he foresaw. But Montmorency knew that, locked up in prison, he had time, and he resolved to dedicate the years until his release to solving those problems, and to devising
the perfect method for getting as rich as the men who had giggled at him at the Scientific Society. This was going to be something far bigger than the petty thieving that had filled his life since childhood. But it needed to be worked out to the tiniest detail?. Montmorency:
Thief, Liar,
Gentleman?BY ELEANOR UPDALEOrchard Books, 2004
14 15
ScienceKERROD, ROBIN
HubbleFireflyAmazing images from
deep space
UniverseDKVast space and all that it holdsMACKENZIE, DANA
The Big Splat,
or How Our Moon
Came to BeWileyThe birth of our celestial neighborTYSON, NEIL DE GRASSE,
CHARLES LIU &
ROBERT IRION
One UniverseJoseph HenryFinding a connection to the cosmosVANCLEAVE, JANICE
Janice VanCleave?s A+ Projects in Astronomy
WileyOut of this world experimentsFur,
Feathers
and ScalesATTENBOROUGH, DAVID
The Life of Mammals Princeton Univ. Press From the pygmy shrew to the
blue whaleCARWARDINE, MARK*SharkFireflyMan-killer or endangered specieCHALMERS, CATHERINE*American CockroachApertureOur revulsion revisitedDIBSIE, PATRICIA
Love HeelsYorkvilleCanine companions making
life easierGREEN-ARMYTAGE, STEPHEN
Extraordinary PigeonsAbramsNot your typical statue sittersHALE, RACHAEL*101 CataclysmsBulfinchA celebration of our feline friends
101 Salivations
BulfinchA tribute in photos to our pet dogsHEARNE, BETSY
The Canine ConnectionMargaret K. McElderryStories about that special
relationshipHODGKINS, FRAN
Animals Among UsLinnetWhen wildlife moves to
the suburbsIVERSEN, EVE
Animal AviatorsWattsFlying, gliding, darting, soaringKARR, KATHLEEN*ExiledMarshall CavendishA camel?s life in TexasKATZ, JON*The Dogs of
Bedlam FarmVillardWriter turned sheepherder
and his dogsKR?ER, KOBIE
The Wilderness FamilyBallantineSeventeen years with
African wildlifeLACRAMPE, CORINE
Sleep and Rest
in AnimalsFireflyDo insects sleep?
Do reptiles dream?MILLS, STEPHEN*TigerFireflySupple, powerful, long,
lean, intenseMONTGOMERY, SY*Search for the
Golden Moon BearHoughton MifflinAmazing animals in the
Asian junglesMORTON, ALEXANDRA
Listening to WhalesBallantineA life spent studying orcasMURPHY, CLAIRE RUDOLF AND JANE G. HAIGH
Gold Rush DogsAlaska NorthwestBalto, Yukon, Togo and
other canine heroesRUSSON, ANNE E.
OrangutansFireflySmart, cute and man?s
closest relationSCHAFER, KEVIN
Penguin PlanetNorthWordComic on land, but so
graceful in the seaSTANTON, BILL
The Tao of MaggieAndrews McMeelLife lessons from a
Basset houndTAYLOR, THEODORE
Lord of the KillBlue SkyBen, 16, must rescue a kidnapped tigerTHAYER, HELEN*Three Among
the WolvesSasquatchOne dog, two humans, three wolf packsTHOMAS, ELIZABETH MARSHALL
The Social
Lives of DogsPocketHow they relate
in their world
and oursWALKER,
SALLY M.
Fossil Fish Found AliveCarolrhodaDiscovering the CoelacanthBrain FoodBRYSON, BILL
A Short History of Nearly Everything
BroadwayAnd how we know what we knowCARLSON, DALE
In and Out of Your MindBickHow science applies to your lifeCURTIS, BRYAN, EDITOR*The ExplainerAnchorQuestions we never think to askDAVIS, L. J.
Fleet FireArcadeInventors harnessing electricityFALK, DAN*Universe on a T-ShirtArcadeSearching for the Holy Grail
of physicsFELDMAN, DAVID*Do Elephants Jump?HarperCollinsDo skunks think skunks stink
and moreFLANNERY, SARAH
WITH DAVID FLANNERY
In CodeAlgonquinA teen?s prize-winning
cryptography workGEE, HENRY*The Science of
Middle-EarthCold SpringKnowledge that enriches a
fantasy classicGOTT, J. RICHARD, III
Time Travel in Einstein?s UniverseHoughton MifflinFrom science fiction to
science fact?JARGODZKI, CHRISTOPHER
Mad About PhysicsWileyBrain twisters, paradoxes,
and curiositiesJORDAN, MICHAEL
Hush HushFireflyNotorious cases of
scientific secrecyKERROD, ROBIN AND
DR. SHARON ANN HOLGATE
The Way Science WorksDKExperiments that explain our worldLE COURTEUR, PENNY & JAY BURRESON
Napoleon?s Buttons Jeremy P. Tarcher/PutnamHow history turns on
atomic structureMASOFF, JOY
Oh, Yuck!WorkmanWhy snot is hot and pus is a mustMCCLAFFERTY, CARLA KILLOUGH
The Head Bone?s Connected to the
Neck BoneFarrar, Straus and GirouxThe history and mystery of x-raysOLSON, STEVE *Count DownHoughton MifflinTeens take the world?s hardest math testPATENT, DOROTHY HINSHAW
Charles DarwinHoliday HouseOne of the inventors of
modern sciencePRESTON, RICHARD
The Demon in
the FreezerRandom HouseStudying smallpox to
defeat terroristsRATHJEN, DON
Square WheelsExploratorium31 projects that make
science funREEVES, DIANE LINDSEY
Career Ideas for
Kids Who Like Math Facts on FileFrom actuary to urban plannerRIDLEY, MATT
Nature Via NurtureHarperCollinsExploring the roots of human behaviorROBBINS, LOUISE E.
Louis PasteurOxford Univ. Pr.Who changed the way we fight diseaseSACKS, OLIVER
Uncle TungstenKnopfMemories of a chemical boyhoodSILVERSTEIN, ALVIN, VIRGINIA SILVERSTEIN AND LAURA SILVERSTEIN NUNN
DNATwenty-First CenturyRevealing the code of lifeSILVERSTEIN, KEN
*The Radioactive
Boy ScoutRandom HouseBuilding a backyard
breeder reactorThe Universe and BeyondACKROYD, PETER*Escape from EarthDKOur journey into spaceBOERST, WILLIAM J.
Johannes KeplerMorgan ReynoldsDiscovered the laws of
celestial motionCHAIKIN, ANDREW*SpaceFireflyPhotos from The Final FrontierDUPAS, ALAIN*Destination MarsFireflyThe call of the red planetJACKSON, ELLEN
Looking for Life in
the UniverseHoughton MifflinScientists who look for E.T.sWhy Do We Say ?P.U.? When Something Smells Awful?We were wondering if the etymology
dates back to one P??le Pew?s debut on the silver screen. Perhaps the spray of a real skunk motivated the first exclamation of ?P.U.,? but a trip to any dictionary will confirm that this expression of displeasure long predated animated cartoons. Somewhat to our surprise, P.U. is not an abbreviation and not an acronym.In Latin, the word puteo means ?to stink, be redolent, or smell bad.? The Indo-European word pu refers to rot or decay, and many other languages contain words referring to bad smells that start with the letters pu. The English interjection phew refers to ?a vocal gesture expressing
impatience, disgust, discomfort, or weariness? according to the Oxford English Dictionary, and variants abound (pew,
pho, pheut, phoo, phugh, peugh, and
fogh, dating back as far as the early
seventeenth century).Do Elephants
Jump?BY DAVID FELDMANHarperCollins, 2004
16 17
Just a small blood-red spot in the night sky, Mars is not the most spectacular object in the heavens. The Moon shines with an incomparable
brightness, and two other planets, Venus and Jupiter, can be brighter. But Mars has indirectly presided over the development of humanity into a scientific and technological
civilization during the last few millennia. Aside from the Sun and Moon, no other heavenly object has been as important as Mars in the
history of humanity.Mars may hold the answer to a
fundamental question asked by science: Has life appeared anywhere other than on Earth? Throughout time, people have dreamed of conquest. Today, space exploration
offers it to them. If the expansion of humanity is to occur beyond planet Earth, it will likely start with Mars, which could become a second Earth, another planet where men, women and children could settle, work and live.This book is a voyage in space and time; it is fiction based on the latest scientific facts. It invites you for a voyage on the Tsiolkovski, an imaginary craft in the year 2030, with a crew of astronauts on board.Destination
MarsBY ALAIN DUPASFirefly Books, 2004HALPERN, SUE
Four Wings and
a PrayerVintage Amazing migration of
Monarch butterfliesHILL, JULIA BUTTERFLY
One Makes the DifferenceHarperSanFranciscoSmall changes you make
save the earthHUGHES, MEREDITH SAYLES
Yes, We Have BananasLernerAnd other fruits from shrubs
and vinesLEUZZI, LINDA
Life ConnectionsWatts
Pioneers in ecologyLYNCH, JOHN
The WeatherFireflyWindy, wet, hot, cold
and changingMATTHEWS, ANNE
Wild NightsNorth PointNature returns to the Big ApplePATENT, DOROTHY HINSHAW
Shaping the EarthHoughton MifflinForces that formed our planetPRINGLE, LAURENCE
The Environmental MovementHarperCollinsGrassroots beginnings to
global awarenessRENSHAW, AMANDA
Heaven & EarthPhaidonWorlds unseen by the naked eyeRYDEN, HOPE
Wildflowers Around
the YearClarionSkunk Cabbage to New York IronweedST. ANTOINE, SARA
Stories from
Where We LiveMilkweedA celebration of the American prairieZEAMAN, JOHN
OverpopulationWattsA dangerous trend to ignoreThe Way Things
WorkACZEL, AMIR D.
The Riddle of
the CompassHarvest Who invented it?BRAIN, MARSHALL
Marshall Brain?s
More How
Stuff WorksWileyFrom espresso machines to
fusion bombsHAMPTON, WILBORN
MeltdownCandlewickEye-witness account of
Three Mile IslandKETTLEWELL, CAROLINE*Electric DreamsCarroll & GrafTeens build a car of the future KUSHNER, DAVID
Masters of DoomRandom HouseGeek geniuses who
transformed video gamesLEVY, JOEL
Really UsefulFireflyHistory of the ?stuff? of
modern lifeOWEN, DAVID *Copies in SecondsSimon & SchusterInventing the Xerox machine Ancient Stones
and BonesBAHN, PAUL G.
Written in BonesFireflySecrets of our distant
past revealedBURNIE, DAVID*The Concise Dinosaur EncyclopediaKingfisherFrom the beginning to the age
of mammalsFARLOW, JAMES O.
Bringing Dinosaur Bones to LifeWattsHow we know what we
know about dinosaursGREENE, MEG
Buttons, Bones,
and the Organ Grinder?s MonkeyLinnetTime detectives researching America?s pastHAWASS, ZAHI*Curse of the PharaohsNational GeographicAdventures of an Egyptologist JACKSON, KEVIN AND JONATHAN STAMP
Building the Great PyramidFireflyEverything we know about
an ancient wonderNOTHDURFT, WILLIAM
WITH JOSH SMITH
The Lost Dinosaurs
of EgyptRandom HouseBombed in WWII, can new
fossils be found?OBREG?, MAURICIO
Beyond the Edge
of the SeaModern LibraryReal voyages remembered
now in mythSTANLEY, DIANE
A Time Apart
TrophyA Texas teen in an
Iron Age communityTURNER, ALAN AND MARICIO ANT?*National Geographic Prehistoric MammalsNational GeographicThey ruled after the dinosaursWILCOX, CHARLOTTE
Mummies, Bones,
& Body PartsCarolrhodaHuman remains shed light
on many cultures*new book title
WINN, MARIE
Red-Tails In LovePantheonHawks and other secrets of Central ParkZHI, L?
Giant Pandas
in the WildApertureStudying and saving an
endangered speciesMind
and BodyBRYNIE,
FAITH HICKMAN
101 Questions About Food and Digestion That Have Been Eating at You... Until NowTwenty-First CenturyWhy you really are what
you eatDAVIDSON, SUE AND
BEN MORGAN
Human Body RevealedDKAn illustrated journey through your bodyFLEISCHMAN, JOHN
Phineas GageHoughton MifflinA gruesome advance in brain scienceFRIEDLANDER, MARK P., JR.
OutbreakLernerDisease detectives
at workHYMAN, BRUCE M., PH.D. AND CHERRY PEDRICH, R. N.
Obsessive-Compulsive DisorderTwenty-First CenturyCauses, symptoms and current treatmentKENT, DEBORAH
Snake Pits,
Talking Cures,
& Magic BulletsTwenty-First CenturyA history of mental illnessMARRIOTT, EDWARD
PlagueMetropolitan BooksA threat as long as rats
have fleasMURPHY, WENDY
Spare PartsTwenty-First CenturyFrom peg legs to gene splicesNILSSON, LENNART AND LARS HAMBERGER*A Child is Born,
4th editionDelacorteThe miracle of human
reproductionOFRI, DANIELLE
Singular Intimacies
Beacon
Being a doctor at BellevueROACH, MARY
StiffNortonThe curious lives of
human cadaversSILVERSTEIN, ALVIN, VIRGINIA SILVERSTEIN AND LAURA SILVERSTEIN NUNN
CellsTwenty-First CenturyThe basic units of lifeSLOAN, CHRISTOPHER
Bury the Dead
National GeographicWhat the customs of death
reveal about usTRANSUE, EMILY R.*On CallSt. Martin?sPatients help educate a
new doctorVOGEL, CAROLE GARBUNY
Breast CancerTwenty-First CenturyWhat young women need to knowWALKER, RICHARD
Encyclopedia of
the Human Body
DK
Colorful guide to all our
working partsWARD, BRIAN
EpidemicDKHow diseases spread and
how we fight themWERTH, BARRY
From Conception
to Birth
DoubledayAmazing views of human
developmentPlanet EarthARTHUS-BERTHRAND,
YANN
Earth From Above:
365 DaysAbramsPortraits of natural and
man-made beautyBANG, MOLLY
Nobody ParticularHoltOne woman?s fight to save
the Texas BaysDOHERTY, KIERAN
Marjory Stoneman Douglas Twenty-First CenturyProtector of the EvergladesGAUTHIER, GAIL
Saving the Planet
and StuffPutnam?sA summer job, a crusade
for Michael
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Here and NowAIDSBAXTER, DANIEL J.The Least of These
My BrethrenHarcourt BraceStories from a NYC AIDS
ward doctorBROADBENT, PATRICIA
AND HYDEIA BROADBENTYou Can Get Past
the TearsVillardHydeia, 16, defying death
with her familyCHECK, WILLIAM A.AIDSChelsea HouseIts deadly history and current treatmentNASDIJJThe Boy and the Dog Are SleepingBallantineAwee, adopting a father to
care for himSTONE, ELIZABETHA Boy I Once KnewAlgonquinVince, teaching about life,
after he diesWHITE, RYAN AND ANN MARIE CUNNINGHAMRyan White:
My Own StorySignetA teen?s courageous life
with AIDSWINICK, JUDDPedro and MeHoltFriendship, loss and
The Real WorldDo You
Believe?COBBAN, HELENAThe Moral Architecture of World PeaceUniv. Pr. of VirginiaConversations with 8
Nobel LaureatesDALAI LAMA XIVEthics for the New MillenniumRiverheadFinding happiness in a
complex worldGASKINS, PEARL*I Believe In...CricketFaith: Christian, Jewish, and Muslim teensKIMMEL, ERIC A.Bar MitzvahVikingHow a Jewish boy becomes
a manMACK, STANThe Story of the JewsJewish Lights4,000 years in cartoonsMCCAIN, JOHN WITH
MARK SALTER*Why Courage MattersRandom HouseFinding the strength
within yourselfMYERS, WALTER DEANA Time to LoveScholasticFaith tested beyond the ordinaryOLIVER, MARILYN TOWERMuhammadLucentThe founder of IslamPHILIP, NEIL*Mythology of
the WorldKingfisherStories of civilizations, gods
and heroesRIESS, JANA*What Would Buffy Do?WileyLeading viewers down
spiritual pathsSIMONS, GARY, COMPILERBe the DreamAlgonquinImmigrants, inner-city youth,
prep schoolsSTREISSGUTH, THOMASUtopian VisionariesOliverTrying to create a perfect societyTEZUKA, OSAMU*Buddha: Volume 2,
The Four EncountersVerticalMore from the life of SiddharthaWINSTON, DIANAWide AwakePerigeeA Buddhist guide for teensZEITLIN, STEVEThe Four Corners
of the SkyHenry HoltAncient stories of how the
world came to beThe Power
of WordsBROOKS, TERRYSometimes the
Magic WorksDel ReyInspiration from a masterCRAIG, STEVESports WritingDiscover WritingThe game plan for a great articleFRANCO, BETSY, EDITORThings I Have to
Tell YouCandlewickPoems and writing by
teenage girlsFRANK, STEVENThe Pen CommandmentsPantheonUnbreakable rules for
better writingJACKMAN, IAN, EDITOR*The Writer?s MentorRandom HouseAdvice from the world-famous writersJACOB, IRISMy Sisters? VoicesHoltTeenage girls of color speak outJONES, CAROLYNEvery Girl Tells a StorySimon & SchusterAbout her life, dreams, futureKEHRET, PEGFive Pages a DayAlbert Whitman & Co.Adventure, travel and a
writer?s journeyLEVITHAN, DAVID, EDITORYou Are Here This
is NowScholasticPoems, stories, essays and
art by teensMIRRIAM-GOLDBERG, CARYNWrite Where You AreFree SpiritMaking sense of your lifeMORRISON, LILLIAN,
COMPILERIt Rained All Day
That NightAugust HouseSign the album with a rhymeNIXON, JOAN LOWERYThe Making of a WriterDelacorteAn author of mysteries shares tipsQUINION, MICHAEL*Ballyhoo, Buckaroo, and SpudsSmithsonianFunny stories behind
strange wordsSAYLOR, SARA, EDITOR*The Best Teen Writing of 2004Alliance for Young Artists
and Writers, Inc.A nation?s award-winning voicesSULLIVAN, HELEN
AND LINDA SERNOFFResearch ReportsMillbrookInterviews, print and
on-line sourcesWAGMAN, CATWhy...Thank You!Working WordsThe when and how of note writingDrugsBAYER, LINDA N.Drugs, Crime, and Criminal JusticeChelsea HousePast and presentBURGESS, MELVINSmackHenry HoltGemma and Tar in love?
with heroinCHERIPKO, JANImitate the TigerBoyds MillsAlcohol threatens Chris?s
football careerCHILDRESS, ALICEA Hero Ain?t Nothin?
but a Sandwich Puffin13-year-old Benjie?s struggle
with heroinCORSER, KIRA AND
FRANCES PAYNE ADLERWhen the Bough BreaksNew SageAddiction plus pregnancy
equals tragedyGANTOS, JACKHole in My LifeFarrar, Straus and GirouxA famous author?s
prison experiencesGOTTFRIED, TEDShould Drugs
Be Legalized?Twenty-First CenturyPro and conHOPKINS, ELLEN*CrankSimon PulseKristina becoming Bree;
bold and addictedHYDE, MARGARET O.
AND JOHN SETARO, M.D.Drugs 101Twenty-First CenturyConsequences, current
controversy, crimeKUHN, CYNTHIA,
SCOTT SWARTZWELDER AND WILKIE WILSON*Buzzed,
revised editionNortonThe straight facts: alcohol,
ecstasy, moreTAYLOR, CLARKThe House that
Crack BuiltChronicleNumbing the pain,
killing the brainTULLSON, DIANE*Blue HighwayFitzhenry & WhitesideAlcohol and Ryan between best friends?We have reason to believe that religion and spirituality are very significant matters in the lives of many American teenagers,? states Smith. More than eighty percent of American teenagers hold some religious
affiliation, according to the study. Researchers also found the following
to be true about American teens:| About 35 percent say they attend
religious services weekly, and another 15 percent attend at least monthly.| About 30 percent say that religious faith is extremely important in their lives, and another 30 percent say
religious faith is somewhat important
in their lives.| About 40 percent report that they
pray daily.| About 40 percent have participated in a religious youth group for two years
or more.| About 25 percent say that they have been ?born again.?These statistics show that a large number
of American youth are religious and that many practice their faith. That?s not surprising, since religion?its practices, belief systems, and institutions?is a powerful force in our world.I Believe In? BY PEARL GASKINSCricket Books, 2004
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Getting it TogetherABRAHAMS, GEORGE, PH.D AND SHEILA AHLBRANDBoy v. Girl?Free SpiritNature, nurture or no difference?BARRY, DOUGLAS*Wisdom for a
Young CEORunning PressBusiness ethics and advice
from the topBLOCK, JOEL D., DR. AND
DR. SUSAN S. BARTELLStep Living For TeensPSSThe new family-both hope
and heartacheBOYERS, SARA JANETeen Power PoliticsTwenty-First CenturyYour voice, your voteCADIER, FLORENCE
WITH MELISSA DALY*My Parents are
Getting DivorcedAmuletSurvival tactics for the
whole familyCHIN, BEVERLY ANN,
SERIES CONSULTANT*How to Study
for SuccessWileySimple steps to better gradesFROST, HELENKeesha?s HouseFarrar, Straus and GirouxSheltering the lost kidsGASKINS, PEARL FUYOWhat Are You?Henry HoltVoices of mixed-race youthTHE GIRLSOURCE EDITORIAL TEAMGirlSourceTen SpeedFor girls, by girls with attitudeHALL, COLIN AND
RON LIEBERTaking Time Off,
updated second editionPrinceton ReviewSuccess beyond schoolHALPIN, MIKKI*It?s Your World?
If You Don?t Like It, Change ItSimon PulseBeing an activist in your
own communityHERNANDEZ, MICHELLE A.Acing the College ApplicationBallantineHow to get inHYDE, MARGARET O. AND ELIZABETH H. FOSYTH M.D.DepressionWattsHistory, hypothesies, helpIISENBERG, MARCThe Student Athlete Survival GuideMcGraw HillHave it all: sports, grades,
social lifeLE JEUNE, VERONIQUE, PHILIPPE ELIAKIM WITH MELISSA DALY*Feeling Freakish?AmuletYour body as a work in progressMARRINER, MIKE;
NATHAN GEBHARD
WITH JOANNE GORDONRoadtrip NationBallantine12 cities, 30 jobs, one tripMCGOWAN, EILEEN NIXON AND NANCY LAGOW DUMASStock Market SmartMillbrookInvesting for beginnersMCGRAW, JAYThe Ultimate Weight Solution for TeensFree PressSensible advice from Dr. Phil?s sonMOKA WITH MELISSA DALY*Just Us GirlsAmulet Secrets to feeling good
about yourself MORGENSTERN, JULIE AND JESSI MORGENSTERN-COLONOrganizing From the Inside Out For TeensOwlYour room, your time, your lifeMUHARRAR, AISHAMore Than a LabelFree SpiritNot being limited by what
peers sayPERRY, CHERYL L.,
LESLIE LYTLE AND
TERESA G. JACOBS*The Vegetarian ManifestoRunning PressGet the facts to make the choicePACKER, ALEX J.How Rude!Free SpiritA humorous guide to
good mannersSHANLEY, ELLEN AND COLLEEN THOMPSONFueling the Teen MachineBullStay healthy, eat rightTAN, SHAUNThe Red TreeSimply Red BooksBad day becoming not so badTRULY, TRACITeen RightsSphinxAt school, home, work,
in your lifeCrime and JusticeABBOTT, GEOFFREY*The Executioner
Always Chops TwiceSt. Martin?sPutting criminals to deathANGELICA, JADE CHRISTINEWe Are Not AloneHaworthIncest: disclosure
through prosecutionBERGERON, DEB AND PAULA BREWER BYRON, EDITORSFrom the Pain
Come the DreamUmbrageAward-winning activists against injusticeBODE, JANETVoices of Rape,
revised editionWattsVictims and rapists speakCRAIG, EMILY*Teasing Secrets Fom the DeadCrownInfamous crime scene investigations
GOTTFRIED, TEDHomeland Security Versus Constitutional RightsTwenty-First CenturyProtecting our nation
against terrorismHILLDORFER, JOSEPH
AND ROBERT DUGONI*The Cyanide Canary. Free PressBringing a dangerous polluter
to justiceJUNKIN, TIM*BloodsworthAlgonquinFirst death row inmate
exonerated by DNAKING, MICHAEL R. AND GREGORY M. COOPER
WITH DON DENEVI*Who Killed King Tut?PrometheusModern methods examine an ancient mysteryORR, TAMRAViolence In Our SchoolsWattsHalls of hope, halls of fearRODR?UEZ, JOSEPH*JuvenilepowerHouse Images of what youthful
offenders faceSALZMAN, MARKTrue NotebooksKnopfWritings about life
from juvenile hallSHEELER, JACKIE, EDITOROff the CuffsSoft SkullBravery and brutality:
police poemsSPARGO, TAMSIN *Wanted ManBloomsburyThe wild tale of a dashing
train robberSUTTON, RANDY, COMPILER*True BlueSt. Martin?sWhat it means to be a copLooking GoodBIRD, EUGENIEFairie-alityCandlewickAn adventure in fashion designBROWN, BOBBI AND ANNEMARIE IVERSONBobbi Brown
Teenage BeautyCliff StreetAppreciate what?s special
about youDICKEY, A.Hair Rules!VillardGood hair: kinky, curly, wavyMASON, LINDA*Teen MakeupWatson-GuptillLooks to match your every moodMASTALIA, FRANCESCO
AND ALFONSE PAGANODreadsArtisanA style that spans time
and culturesMCNAB, NANBody Bizarre
Body BeautifulFiresideDecoration for every age
and colorODES, REBECCA;
ESTHER DRILL AND HEATHER MCDONALDThe Looks BookPenguinBeauty: why, how and what styleTRAIG, JENNIFERCrafty Girl: MakeupChronicleDo-it-yourself colors, your styleWARRICK, LEANNE*Hair Trix for Cool ChixWatson-GuptillTLC for all types of hair,
for all girlsLove and SexBECKERMAN, MARTY*Generation S.L.U.T.MTV Books/PocketStatistics, exaggerations, lies
and truthBODE, JANET
AND STAN MACKHeartbreak and Roses, revised editionWattsTrue stories of troubled loveBRYNIE, FAITH HICKMAN101 Questions About Sex and SexualityTwenty-First CenturyAll the answers you?ve been
looking forBURGESS, MELVIN*Doing ItHenry HoltThe truth behind the
?player?s talk?CLAUSNER-PETIT, MAGALI WITH MELISSA DALY*Sex ExplainedAmuletYour guide to the birds and beesDOMITRZ, MICHAEL J.*May I Kiss You?Awareness When it is okay, and when
it is notLINDSAY, JEANNE WARRENTeen Dads,
revised editionMorning GlorySupporting your partner and childMADARAS, LYNDAThe ?What?s
Happening to
My Body?? Book
for Boys,
3rd editionNewmarketAnswers to
often-embarrassing questionsThe ?What?s Happening to My Body?? Book for Girls, 3rd editionNewmarketYour transformation to
womanhoodNAIK, ANITA*FlirtologyRazorbillGirls, flirting tips to win guysTOCCI, SALVATORESexually Transmitted DiseasesWattsThorough answers to
every questionYOUNG, CATHYOne Hot SecondKnopfStories about desireLGBTQ:
Being GayBOOCK, PAULADare Truth
or PromiseHoughton Mifflin2 girls ask: Have you ever been in love?DE OLIVEIRA, EDDIE*LuckyPushBisexual boys both in love with EmmaThe street collector you see today could well be a bum or a lunatic, that?s true enough, but just as easily a millionaire, a schoolteacher,
an accountant, a doctor, a housewife. Much of the story about what they collect, and how and why, is passed along orally, like some secret religion. And
perhaps because their pastime
is still so easily misunderstood??Ugh, you collect garbage?? is
the refrain that usually greets them?it?s seldom that they
willingly declare themselves.Only once you have acknowledged that you?re a believer too are collectors
happy to open up. And when they do, they blossom, like any real collector would, and their stories fascinate. Some of them also have a word for what they find, a word that is suitably playful and vague. It could be French, Chinese, or even African, but it is, quite appropriately, American slang, concocted in New York for any discarded item that is picked up, retrieved, rescued. That word is mongo.MongoBY TED BOTHABloomsbury USA, 2004
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FRANCIS, BRIAN*FruitMacAdam/CagePeter, wondering, ?Am I normal??KAESER, GIGILove Makes a Family Univ. of Massachusetts Pr.Looking at changing valuesHUEGEL, KELLYGLBTQFree SpiritQueer and questioning
survival guideLEVITHAN, DAVIDBoy Meets BoyKnopfBoy loses boy, drama ensues,
boy gets boyLYON, GEORGE ELLA*Sonny?s House of SpiesSimon & SchusterDigging up family secrets
in AlabamaMASTBAUM, BLAIR*Clay?s WayAlysonDesire and pain in HawaiiMERRELL, BILLYTalking in the DarkPushAbout love, about life,
about liking boysMYRACLE, LAURENKissing KateDuttonLissa realizing she can?t
be just friendsPETERS, JULIE ANNE*LunaLittle, BrownLiam dreaming of
showing his true self SANCHEZ, ALEX *So Hard to SaySimon & SchusterTeetering on the brink
of first loveSMITH, ALISON*Name All the AnimalsScribnerAlison, losing a brother,
finding loveSUMMER, JANE, EDITOR*Not the Only OneAlysonBoys and girls: shy, proud
and queerTRUJILLO, CARLAWhat Night BringsCurbstoneMarci, wishing God would
make her a boyWYETH, SHARON DENNIS*Orphea ProudDelacorteDiscovering herself at the mikeThe
Changing SceneALLISON, ANTHONYHear These VoicesCandlewickTeens facing a future filled
with riskALMOND, STEVE*CandyfreakAlgonquinThe chocolate underbelly
of AmericaBAMBERGER, MICHAEL*WonderlandAtlantic MonthlySenior year and an over the
top promBARSON, MICHAEL AND STEVEN HELLERTeenage ConfidentialChronicleDelinquents, rebels and rock
?n? rollBOTHA, TED*MongoBloomsburyTreasures in the trashCETRON, MARVIN
AND OWEN DAVIESProbable TomorrowsSt. Martin?sTechnology transforming
our livesGARCIA, BOBBITOWhere?d You
Get Those?TestifyTalking about sneakers in NYCGRUNITZKY, CLAUDE
WITH TRACE MAGAZINE CONTRIBUTORS*TransculturalismpowerHouseHow the world is coming togetherKATZ, JONGeeksBroadwayJesse and Eric,
no longer outsidersMORRIS, EVAN*From Altoids to ZimaFiresideStories behind famous
brand namesSTEWART, GAIL B.Teen DropoutsGale GroupWhy they left and how their
lives changedTAYLOR, LAWRENCE J.Tunnel KidsUniv. of Arizona Pr.Mexican teens on the border
of the USAMake up Your MindLASSIEUR, ALLISONAbortionLucentA current discussion of
these issuesLEONE, DANIELPhysician-Assisted SuicideGreenhavenEthical and legal issuesMORAN, MARK AND
MARK SCEURMAN*Weird U.S.Barnes & NobleAmerica?s legends and best
kept secretsQUART, ALISSABrandedPerseusTeens: manipulated by the media?SINGER, MARILYN, EDITOR*Face RelationsSimon & SchusterStories of youth embracing
diversityOvercoming OddsABEEL, SAMANTHAMy Thirteenth WinterOrchardEnduring a math disabilityDAVIS, DEBORAH, EDITOR*You Look Too Young
to be a MomPerigeeTeen mothers speak outDENNISON, AMY;
ALLIE DENNISON AND
DAVID DENNISONOur Dad DiedFree SpiritCoping with grief,
living with lossFERRIS, JEANOf Sound MindFarrar, Straus and GirouxTheo, the hearing family
memberFISHER, ANTWONE QUENTON AND MIM EICHLER RIVASFinding FishMorrowAn abandoned boy
finding himselfKELLER, HELENThe Story of My Life, the restored editionModern LibraryThe challenge of being deaf
and blindLOUISE, REGINASomebody?s SomeoneWarnerLooking for her own loving familyMACK, STAN *Janet & MeSimon & SchusterLove and loss in ?cancerland?MCCORMICK, PATRICIACutFront StreetCallie, seeking help
through mutilationMISHLER, WILLIAMA Measure of EnduranceKnopfWhen Steven, 16, lost his armsMUSGRAVE, SUSAN, EDITOR*Perfectly SecretAnnickThe hidden lives of seven
teen girlsPLEDGE, DEANNA S., PH.D.When Something
Feels Wrong Free SpiritHow to survive abuseRUNYON, BRENT*The Burn JournalsKnopf14 and attempting suicideSTONE, MIRIAMAt the End of WordsCandlewickThe year her mother was dyingSUMMER, LAURALEELearning Joy from
Dogs Without CollarsSimon & SchusterFrom homeless shelters
to HarvardTRAIG, JENNIFER*Devil in the DetailsLittle, BrownA funny girl compelled
to be obsessiveTWOMEY, CATHLEENBeachmont LettersBoyds MillsEleanor, scarred by a fireRemarkable PeopleAPPELT, KATHI*My Father?s SummersHenry HoltComing of age in an
imperfect familyBROKAW, TOMA Long Way From HomeRandom HouseThe broadcaster?s youth in South DakotaCHRISTENSEN, BONNIE, COMPILERIn My Grandmother?s HouseHarperCollinsStories of ties
that bindCONLON-MCIVOR, MAURA*FBI GirlWarnerDeciphering her father?s secretsI try to say something, ask the woman with red hair if my mom is here, but I can?t move my mouth, and my throat is dry from all the cold air they?re making me breathe. I?m so cold. I wish I had a blanket or a sweater. I guess I do have a blanket, but I?m still so cold. Maybe when we get to the hospital, they?ll give me another blanket or a pair of sweatpants. My body hurts, everything everywhere
hurts. I close my eyes.Something?s different, I?m outside again. It?s windy. No, it?s not. I?m in an elevator, I can tell because of the doors and the lights. Who is that woman talking to me? How does she know my name? She looks like that other woman on that TV show I saw. And now there are even more lights and lots of people wearing masks. They?re putting me on a metal table. And it?s so cold, it?s so cold. And everybody?s
talking, but nobody?s talking to me. Somebody just said my urine is red. I don?t want red urine. I want to cry and I want to sleep. I want to go back.The Burn
JournalsBY BRENT RUNYONAlfred A. Knopf, 2004My father and I were in the laundry room and we were having a crisis. It was the strangest thing, but I couldn?t stop crying. And there were a few other weird things: I was wearing a yarmulke and a nightgown, for one, and then there were my hands, red and raw and wrapped in plastic baggies. My lip was split. There were paper towels under my feet. And weirdest of all, everything I owned seemed to be in the washing machine, whites and colors, clothes and shoes, barrettes and backpacks, all jumbled together. Huh.?Huh,? my father said, examining the Reebok Esprit Hello Kitty stew churning through
permanent press. ?You want to tell me what happened here??Wasn?t it obvious? The fumes from the bacon my sister had microwaved for dessert had tainted everything I owned, so now it all had to be washed. But this sort of rational explanation hadn?t been going over well with my father lately. I scramble to think of another, turning lies over in my mouth: it was homework, an experiment; it was performance art, a high-concept piece protesting
the consumerization of tweens. I glanced up at my father and down at the machine, then dragged my baggied wrist under my nose and exhaled.
?I don?t know.?Devil in
the DetailsBY JENNIFER TRAIGLittle, Brown and Company, 2004
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CRUTCHER, CHRISKing of the Mild FrontierGreenwillowGrowing up to become an authorDONNELLY, MATTTheodore RooseveltLinnetStrong president, full
of contradictionDUDMAN, MARTHA TOD*Expecting to FlySimon & SchusterSurviving the turbulent sixtiesFREEDMAN, RUSSELL*The Voice That Challenged a NationClarionMarian Anderson?s place
in historyGREEN, JOEYHow They MetBlack Dog & LeventhalLovers, rivals and partners
in crimeGROSS, TERRY*All I Did Was AskHyperionInterviews with talented artistsHASKINS, JIMToni MorrisonTwenty-First CenturyThe Nobel Prize-winning
novelistHURSTON, LUCY ANNE AND THE ESTATE OF ZORA NEALE HURSTON*Speak, So You Can Speak AgainDoubledayZora Neale Hurston?s
creative spirit KAMEN, GLORIA,
EDITOR Heading OutBloomsburyHow amazing careers got startedKASHNER, SAM*When I Was CoolHarperCollinsLiving among his idols,
the Beat poetsMANDELA, NELSONMandelaLittle, BrownThe great South African leaderMELTZER, MILTONEdgar Allan PoeTwenty-First CenturyShort, painful life of a
literary geniusMYERS, WALTER DEANBad BoyHarperCollinsA favorite writer?s critical
Harlem yearsPATCHETT, ANN*Truth & BeautyHarperCollinsA powerful friendship
between two writersROBINSON, SHARON*Promises to KeepScholasticHow Jackie Robinson
changed AmericaSTINGBroken MusicDialAutobiography of a pop iconSTRINGER, LEE*Sleepaway SchoolSeven StoriesSurviving racism,
abuse and povertyZAMPERINI, LOUIS
WITH DAVID RENSINDevil at My HeelsMorrowLiving through the
brutalities of warWar and PeaceAMBROSE, STEPHEN E.The Good FightAtheneumAn introduction to World War IIARMSTRONG, JENNIFER, EDITORShatteredKnopfA dozen stories of young
people and warBAGDASARIAN, ADAMForgotten FireDK Ink/Melanie KroupaSurviving the great
Armenian holocaustBASU, JAYThe Stars Can WaitPicadorDiscovering an older
brother?s secretsBRADLEY, KIMBERLY BRUBAKERFor FreedomDelacorteSuzanne, a spy for the
French ResistanceCHAMBERS, AIDANPostcards From
No Man?s LandSpeakA secret WWII love affair revealedCOLMAN, PENNYWhere the Action WasCrownWomen war correspondents
of WWIICOOPER, MICHAEL L.Remembering ManzanarClarionLife in a Japanese
relocation campCRANE, STEPHENThe Red Badge
of CourageHenry HoltAn inexperienced boy in
Civil War combatEXUM, ANDREW*This Man?s ArmyGothamFighting al-Qaeda in AfghanistanGOTTFRIED, TEDThe Great Fatherland WarTwenty-First CenturyThe rise and fall of the
Soviet UnionHEDIN, ROBERT, EDITOR*Old GloryPerseaHeroism and horror of war
in poetryHERSEY, JOHNHiroshimaKnopfSix who survived the atom bombHOBBS, VALERIESonny?s WarFarrar, Straus and GirouxWhen Cory?s brother went
to VietnamKELLY, CLARA OLINKThe Flamboya TreeRandom HouseImprisoned on the island of
Java, WWIIKOFF, CLEA*The Bone WomanRandom HouseSearching for truth in
mass gravesLIPSKY, DAVIDAbsolutely AmericanHoughton MifflinFour years, the West Point
experienceLOMAX, DONVietnam JournalibooksFighting a senseless warMAZER, HARRYA Boy at WarSimon & SchusterAdam, eyewitness to Pearl
Harbor attackMCBRIDE, JAMESMiracle at St. AnnaRiverheadWWII: The Buffalo Soldiers?
heroism in ItalyMORPURGO, MICHAEL*Private PeacefulScholasticAt 14, following his brother
into battleMYERS, WALTER DEANPatrolHarperCollinsA poem of a young soldier
in VietnamNELSON, PETELeft for DeadDelacorteTeen seeks justice for a
US Navy captainTHE NEW YORK TIMES,
EDITORSA Nation ChallengedCallawayA visual history of 9/11 and
its aftermathO?BRIEN, TIMThe Things They CarriedBroadwayYoung foot soldiers in the
madnessOTSUKA, JULIEWhen the Emperor
Was DivineKnopfJapanese Americans sent to
a desert campREMARQUE, ERICH MARIAAll Quiet on the Western Front Little, BrownGerman soldiers? experiences
in WWIWHITE, ELLEN EMERSONThe Journal of Patrick Seamus FlahertyScholasticA young marine in Vietnam, 1968WILLIAMS, BUZZ*Spare PartsGothamMarine reservist sent to the Persian GulfWULFFSON, DONSoldier X. VikingFighting in a war he doesn?t believe inWorkingALBRECHT, KAT
WITH JANA MURPHY*The Lost Pet ChroniclesBloomsburyK-9 cop turned pet detectiveCODELL, ESM?RAJIEducating Esm?lgonquinThe diary of a teacher?s first yearEBERTS, MARJORIE AND MARGARET GISLERCareers for Talkative Types & Others
with the Gift of GabVGMDo you have a way with words?ESQUITH, RAFEThere Are No ShortcutsPantheonAn award-winning teacher speaksGORRELL, GENA K.Catching FireTundraFirefighting, taming an enemyGREEN, MELISSA FAYLast Man OutHarcourtFacing death in a Nova Scotia coal mineHAINES, LURENEThe Writer?s Guide
to the Business
of ComicsWatson-GuptillTips from industry insidersKENIG, GRACIELABest Careers for Bilingual LatinosVGMAre you fluent in Spanish
and English?PASTERNAK, CEEL AND LINDA THORNBURGCool Careers for
Girls in EngineeringImpactChange the worldROBERTS-DAVIS, TANYAWe Need to Go
to SchoolGroundwoodNepalese child carpet workersSCHIFF, NANCY RICAOdd JobsTen SpeedWorking in peculiar occupationsSCHWAGER, TINA AND MICHELE SCHUERGERCool Women, Hot JobsFree SpiritTips for teensUNGER, ZAC*Working FirePenguinThe making of an accidental
firemanZANNOS, SUSANCareers in EducationMitchell LaneLatinos at workNever
Again:
The
HolocaustBLEIER, INGE JOSEPH
AND DAVID E. GUMPERT*IngeWilliam B. EerdmansHer journey through Nazi EuropeCHOTJEWITZ, DAVID*Daniel Half Human
and the Good NaziAtheneumBest friends torn apart by
anti-SemitismCROCI, PASCAL*AuschwitzAbramsHorrors of the camp in a
graphic novelFRANK, ANNEThe Diary of a
Young Girl,
definitive editionDoubledayHer innermost feelings from
her hiding placeGESSEN, MASHA*Ester and RuzyaDialGrandmothers reliving
Russia?s historyAs we uncovered the deeper layers of the grave, the state of the bodies progressed from skeletonized to mummified to simply decomposing. The direct sunlight during our workday sped up decomposition, creating
stench and a sense of stillness.
As the number of bodies went into the hundreds, there was barely any soil left between them, they were so tightly pressed together. The reduction in the amount of backdirt that had to be removed meant faster exhumation. This was important, because we had no idea how many more bodies lay below: would it be the one thousand we had estimated on the basis of witness
reports? The less skeletonized condition also sped up exhumation, because a body could be lifted out almost whole: we no longer had to carefully gather more than two hundred
individual bones. However, we were delayed by the way in which the bodies were entangled with
each other.The Bone
WomanBY CLEA KOFFRandom House, 2004
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One WorldGIBLIN, JAMES CROSSThe Life and Death
of Adolf HitlerClarionPortrait of a 20th-century dictatorKOSITSKY, LYNNE*The Thought of
High WindowsKids CanEsther?s perilous escape routeLEVITIN, SONIARoom in the HeartDuttonEscaping the Nazis in DenmarkNIR, YEHUDAThe Lost ChildhoodScholasticA Jewish family disguised
as CatholicROGASKY, BARBARASmoke and Ashes, Revised and Expanded Ed.Holiday HouseA history in words and imagesSPIEGELMAN, ARTMaus: A Survivor?s Tale, I and IIPantheonAn artist?s look at the
death campsSTILLMAN, LARRYA Match Made
in HellUniv. of WisconsinTrue story: a Jewish boy
and an outlawWIESEL, ELIEAfter the DarknessSchockenSurviving the horror
and bearing witnessWILSON, JOHNFlames of
the TigerKids CanDieter, 17, a German
soldier fleeingWomenBAUSUM, ANN*With Courage and ClothNational GeographicThe fight for the right to voteBOHANNON, LISA FREDERIKSEN*Woman?s WorkMorgan ReynoldsBetty Friedan and women?s rightsBOLDEN, TONYA33 Things Every Girl Should Know About Women?s HistoryCrownFrom suffragettes to the E.R.A.BRODY, MIRIAMMary WollstonecraftOxford Univ. Pr.Mother of Women?s RightsCOLMAN, PENNYGirlsScholasticGrowing up female in AmericaCOON, NORA E., EDITOR AND COMPILERIt?s Your RiteBeyond WordsToday?s girls speak:
coming-of-ageDEAK, ERZSI AND KRISTIN EMBRY LITCHMAN, EDITORSPeriod PiecesHarperCollinsGirls on the verge of womanhoodGAINES, ANN*Coco ChanelChelsea HouseThe revolutionary fashion designerTHE GUERRILLA GIRLSBitches, Bimbos,
and BallbreakersPenguinA guide to female stereotypesHARRISON, SABRINA WARDBrave on the RocksVillardAn artist?s intimate journeyIHIMAERA, WITI*The Whale RiderHarcourtA Maori girl?s sacred giftKENSCHAFT, LORILydia Maria ChildOxford University PressHer quest for racial justiceLABER, JERIThe Courage
of StrangersPublic AffairsHuman rights activist?s lifeLESTER, JOAN STEINAUFire in My SoulAtriaEleanor Holmes Norton,
political pioneerMAURER, RICHARDThe Wright SisterRoaring BrookThe woman behind the
famous menNAM, VICKIEYell-Oh Girls!QuillAsian Americans speaking upSULLIVAN, OTHA RICHARDAfrican American Women Scientists
& InventorsWileyBlack stars present and pastWARD, GEOFFREY C.Not For
Ourselves AloneKnopfElizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. AnthonyZUKERMAN, EUGENIAIn My Mother?s ClosetSorinDaughters remembering*new book titleAfricaADICHIE,
CHIMAMANDA NGOZIPurple HibiscusAlgonquinLives shattered under a
miliary coupBEARD, PETER*Zara?s TalesKnopfAdventures with wildlife
in KenyaDIALLO, KADIATOU
AND CRAIG WOLFFMy Heart Will Cross This Ocean One WorldRemembering her son
Amadou and moreDIRIE, WARISDesert FlowerAriel Escaping Somalia?s
harsh traditionsELLIS, DEBORAH*The Heaven ShopFitzhenry & WhitesideHow AIDS devastated
Binti?s familyEMECHETA, BUCHIThe Bride PriceGeorge BrazillerAn Ibo girl?s ill-fated loveFARMER, NANCYA Girl Named DisasterOrchard On a harrowing journey
to ZimbabweFULLER, ALEXANDRADon?t Let?s Go to
the Dogs TonightRandom HouseA white family in rural
war-torn RhodesiaKURTZ, JANE, EDITOR*Memories of Sun Amistad/GreenwillowStories of growing up
African todayLAIN? DANIEL AND
PIERRE ALEXANDREAfrican KingsTen SpeedVivid portraits of tribal royaltyLEKUTON, JOSEPH LEMASOLAI WITH
HERMAN VIOLAFacing the LionNational GeographicGrowing up Maasai on
the Kenyan savannaMAFUNDIKWA, SAKI*Afrikan AlphabetsMark BattyWriting systems as culture
and artMANKELL, HENNINGSecrets in the FireAnnickSofia?s life in war-torn MozambiqueMATHABANE, MIRIAM
AS TOLD TO
MARK MATHABANEMiriam?s SongSimon & SchusterGrowing up oppressed in
South AfricaMCCALL SMITH, ALEXANDER*The Girl Who Married
a Lion and Other
Tales from AfricaPantheonFolktales from Zimbabwe
and Botswana NAIDOO, BEVERLEYOut of BoundsHarperCollinsSeven stories of South
African livesNAZER, MENDE AND DAMIEN LEWIS*SlavePublicAffairsSeized from her Sudanese
village at 12PATON, ALANCry, the Beloved CountryScribner?sA Zulu parson in search
of his sonREEF, CATHERINEThis Our Dark CountryClarionLiberia, its ongoing,
troubled historySTRATTON, ALLAN*Chanda?s SecretsAnnickDreams of the future as death takes holdTADJO, V?ONIQUE,
EDITOR*Talking DrumsBloomsburyIntroducing poems from
the continentThe Middle EastCHACHAM, RONIT Breaking RanksOther PressConscientious objectors of IsraelGARRELS, ANNENaked in BaghdadFarrar, Straus and GirouxA journalist views the war in IraqGROSSMAN, DAVID*Someone to Run WithFarrar, Straus and GirouxTwo lonely teens find love
in JerusalemHAKAKIAN, ROYA*Journey from the
Land of NoCrownComing of age as revolution sweeps IranHOSSEINI, KHALEDThe Kite RunnerRiverheadAmir and Hassan: friends in KabulKASS, PNINA MOED*Real TimeClarionOne violent moment on a Jerusalem highwayIn 1913 Alice Paul helped plan a parade. It wasn?t the nation?s first demonstration in support of votes for women, and it wasn?t the last one. This parade became a turning
point, though, in the 72-year struggle for the right of women to vote in the United States.Alice Paul organized the parade just as a general might plan for battle. Timing was crucial. The event was set for Monday, March 3, the day before the Inauguration of the nation?s 28th President, Woodrow Wilson. Alice Paul and her collaborators knew that plenty of people, including the media would be on hand already for that occasion and would see and report about their event. Location was critical, too. They insisted that the parade follow the same prestigious route reserved for the Inaugural procession. A small army of volunteers helped design floats, recruit bands, and enlist marchers for the event. Organizers wanted so many women to gather from so many places and with such a varied set of credentials that their presence would be overwhelming.With Courage
and ClothBY ANN BAUSUMNational Geographic, 2004
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MACAULAY, DAVIDMosqueHoughton MifflinAn imaginary 16th century
buildingNYE, NAOMI SHIHAB19 Varieties of GazelleGreenwillowTreasured memories of a
homeland in poemsSATRAPI, MARJANEPersepolisPantheonA childhood in Iran:
a graphic novel*Persepolis 2PantheonA young rebel finding her placeSCHWARTZ, LARRY, EDITORThe War in IraqReganBooksPhotos of soldiers, civilians,
and moreSOUAD*Burned AliveWarnerWhen a girl breaks the rules
in PalestineAsiaANSARY, TAMIMWest of Kabul,
East of New YorkFarrar, Straus and GirouxMemoir of an Afghan
American lifeAOKI, SHOICHIFruitsPhaidonWild-style fashions of
Japanese youthCHEN, DASounds of the RiverHarperCollinsFrom Yellow Stone village
to universityDAI, SIJIEBalzac and the Little Chinese SeamstressKnopf2 boys telling tales from
forbidden booksELLIS, DEBORAHMud City GroundwoodDreams beyond the
refugee campFREEDMAN, RUSSELLConfuciusArthur A. LevinePhilosopher, educator, diplomatFU, SHELLEYHo Yi the Archer
and Other Classic Chinese TalesLinnetSeven remarkable storiesHAQ, HINA*Sadika?s WayAcademy ChicagoHow tradition rules her life
in PakistanHOOBLER, DOROTHY
AND THOMAS*In Darkness, DeathPhilomelOn a murderer?s trail in
18th c. JapanKOUL, SUDHAThe Tiger LadiesBeaconMemories of Kashmir,
a ?Paradise on Earth?LIU, SIYU AND OREL PROTOPOPESCUA Thousand PeaksPacific ViewIntroducing the poetry of ChinaMAH, ADELINE YENFalling LeavesWileyA childhood without love
in ChinaMAJOR, JOHN AND
BETTY J. BELANUSCaravan to AmericaCricket8 who practice the arts
of the Silk RoadMIN, ANCHEEWild GingerHoughton MifflinTwo girls in love with the
same boyNAMU, YANG ERCHE
AND CHRISTINE MATHIEULeaving Mother LakeLittle, BrownA singer looks back at a
Chinese girlhoodNAPOLI, DONNA JO*BoundAtheneumXing Xing, a Chinese
Cinderella?s storyO?CONNOR, JANEThe Emperor?s
Silent ArmyVikingDiscovering a wonder of the ancient worldPARK, LINDA SUEWhen My Name
Was KeokoClarionKorea, occupied by the
Japanese militaryPERKINS, MITALI*Monsoon SummerDelacorteThe lessons India teaches to JazzPOITRAS, GILLESThe Anime CompanionStone BridgeFrom Aidoro (idol) to Zori (sandals)STAPLES, SUZANNE FISHERShiva?s FireFrances FosterClassical Indian dance
demands devotionSUE, CHUN*Beijing DollRiverheadSex life of a Chinese rock
and rollerTALARIGO, JEFF*The Pearl DiverNan A. TaleseHow leprosy shattered her lifeTOER, PRAMOEDYA ANANTA*All That is GoneHyperionSuffering and survival in IndonesiaTORTAJADA, ANA*The Silenced CryThomas DunneA diary, a journey to AfghanistanUNG, LOUNGFirst They Killed
My FatherHarperCollinsA daughter?s memories
of CambodiaWANG, ANNIELiliRandom HouseA Chinese rebel in an era
of dangerWHELAN, GLORIA*Chu Ju?s HouseHarperCollinsA girl torn from her
Chinese familyYEP, LAURENCELady of Ch?iao KuoScholasticA 6th century princess
and diplomatYI, MUNYOLOur Twisted HeroHyperionPyongjo up against a bully in KoreaEuropeALMOND, DAVIDCounting StarsDelacorte18 stories recalling a writer?s lifeARONSON, MARCSir Walter Ralegh and the Quest for El DoradoClarionFrom the English court to
the New WorldBARTOLETTI, SUSAN CAMPBELLBlack PotatoesHoughton MifflinThe story of the Great
Irish FamineBOLOGNESE, DONThe WarhorseSimon & SchusterLorenzo, 15, a Renaissance heroBRESLIN, THERESARemembranceDelacorteFive Scottish lives changed
by WWICADNUM, MICHAELDaughter of the WindOrchardHallgerd, a Viking girl kidnappedCASTELLANI, CHRISTOPHERA Kiss From MaddalenaAlgonquinLonging for love in war-torn ItalyCERVANTES, MIGUEL DE...Don Quixote
de la Mancha; Charles Jarvis, translatorOxford Univ. Pr.A dreamer of impossible dreamsCHARLESWORTH, MONIQUE*The Children?s WarKnopfIlse and Nicolai, living
through WWIICHEVALIER, TRACY*The Lady and the UnicornDuttonTales hidden in medieval
tapestriesCORNWELL, BERNARDThe Archer?s TaleHarperCollinsSeeking revenge with a bow
and arrowGIFF, PATRICIA REILLYNory Ryan?s SongDelacorteHelping her family survive
the famineGOTTFRIED, TEDThe Cold War Twenty-First CenturySoviet politics and collapseGRAVETT, CHRISTOPHERThe World of the Medieval Knight Peter BedrickHow they lived; how they foughtHAUTZIG, ESTHERThe Endless SteppeHarperCollinsGrowing up in SiberiaHAWES, LOUISE*The Vanishing PointHoughton MifflinVini?s emergence as a
16th c. painterHEUSTON, KIMBERLEYDante?s DaughterFront StreetAntonia?s journey with her
famous fatherHOOPER, MARY*Petals in the AshesBloomsburyHannah facing horror:
the Great Fire, 1666LEVINSON, NANCY SMILERMagellanClarionAttempting to sail around
the worldMEYER, CAROLYNDoomed Queen AnneGulliverLosing the affection of Henry VIIIMORGAN, NICOLA*FleshmarketDelacorte1822: Dr. Knox, healer
or murderer?O?CONNOR, JOSEPHStar of the SeaHarcourtTrapped on a ship with a killerO?NEIL, JANEThe World of the Bront?CarltonLives and works of 3
Yorkshire sistersORCZY, EMMUSKAThe Scarlet PimpernelPocketbookRescuing nobility from the TerroristsPRESSLER, MIRJAMShylock?s DaughterPhyllis FogelmanShe betrays her father and
her heritageSHAWCROSS, WILLIAMQueen and CountrySimon & SchusterThe fifty-year reign of Elizabeth IISIMOEN, JANWhat About Anna? WalkerSearching Bosnia for her
missing brotherTURNBULL, ANN*No Shame, No FearCandlewickLove despite religious
differencesWATSON, ELSA*Maid MarianCrownIntrigue and romance in
medieval EnglandNative
AmericansBRUCHAC, JOSEPHOur Stories RememberFulcrumHistory, culture through
storytellingPocahontasHarcourtThe willful girl bringing peaceBURKS, BRIANWalks AloneHarcourt A brave Apache girl struggles
to surviveCARVELL, MARLENEWho Will Tell My Brother? HyperionSchool mascot: pride and
prejudiceCOLTON, LARRYCounting Coup WarnerGirls? basketball on the
Little Big HornDURRETT, DEANNEHealersFacts On FileAncient traditions, modern skillsFREEDMAN, RUSSELLThe Life and Death
of Crazy HorseHoliday HouseA warrior of courage
and passionI am a girl. A girl must walk fast, head down, as if counting the number of steps she?s taking.
She may never stray from her path or look up, for if a man were to catch her eye, the whole village would label her a charmuta. If a married neighbor woman, or an old woman, or just anybody were to see her out without her mother or her older sister, without her sheep, her bundle of hay, or her load of figs, they would right away say charmuta. A girl must be married
before she can raise her eyes and look straight ahead, or go into a shop, or pluck her eyebrows and wear jewelry. My mother was married at fourteen. If a girl is still unmarried by that age, the village begins to make fun of her. But a girl must wait her turn in the family to be married.
The oldest daughter first, then the others.Burned
AliveBY SOUADWarner Books, 2004
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KATZ, WILLIAM LORENBlack IndiansAladdinA hidden heritageLISLE, JANET TAYLORThe Crying RocksSimon & SchusterJoelle, meeting the ghosts of
her pastMCMASTER, GERALD AND CLIFFORD E. TRAFZER,
EDITORS*Native UniverseNational Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution/
National GeographicArt and culture of indigenous peoplesOCHOA, ANNETTE PI?; BETSY FRANCO, AND
TRACI L. GOURDINE,
EDITORSNight is Gone,
Day is Still ComingCandlewickStories and poems by teens
and young adultsPHILIP, NEIL, EDITORIn a Sacred Manner
I LiveClarionLooking at life with wisdomREES, CELIASorceressCandlewickAgnes and Mary, linked
across centuriesRIDDLE, PAXTONThe Education of
Ruby Loonfoot Five StarA conflict of cultures for an Objibwe girlROBINSON, EDENMonkey BeachHoughton MifflinSpirits assist Lisamarie in
this lifeSMITH, ROLANDThe Last LoboHyperionJake tries to save a wolf on
the Hopi RezSMITH, WILLIAM JAYThe Cherokee LotteryCurbstoneA shameful part of U.S. history
in verseSTEVENS, MARCUS*Useful GirlAlgonquinA journey to honor the past
and find loveSULLIVAN, PAULMaata?s Journal AtheneumAn Inuit girl facing change in
the ArcticVIOLA, HERMAN J.Warrior ArtistsNational GeographicRecording their lives and loss
of freedomWALDMAN, NEILWounded KneeAtheneum?A people?s dream died there.? Black ElkThe
AmericasCAMERON, ANNColibriFarrar, Straus and GirouxKidnapped in Guatemala to
help a beggarDE LA GARZA, BEATRICEPillars of Gold and SilverPi?taBianca?s new home in MexicoFALCONER, COLINFeathered SerpentThree RiversCortes? Aztec translator and loverGOODMAN, JOAN ELIZABETHParadiseHoughton MifflinLovers, stranded on a
Canadian islandHERRERA, JUAN FELIPEThunderweavers Univ. of Arizona Pr.Bilingual poems of the violence
in ChiapasJENKINS, LYLL BECERRA DESo Loud a SilenceLodestarJuan, living in fear in ColombiaMARTEL, SUZANNEThe King?s DaughterGroundwoodWed to a stranger in
Canada?s wildernessMONTEJO, VICTORPopol VuhGroundwoodThe Maya-from creation
to conquestPAULSEN, GARYThe CrossingOrchardManuel, in flight from Mexico
to TexasWISEMAN, EVAA Place Not HomeStoddart KidsEscaping from Hungary to CanadaWOOD, FRANCES M.Daughter of MadrugadaDelacorteWhen Mexico lost CaliforniaWOOD, MICHAELConquistadorsUniversity of California PressSpanish explorers in the
New WorldYEE, PAULDead Man?s Gold
and Other StoriesGroundwoodTen tales of relocating to
North AmericaLatinosALVAREZ, JULIA*Finding MiraclesKnopf Milly, exploring her rootsBIERHORST, JOHN, EDITORLatin American FolktalesPantheonFrom Hispanic and Indian
traditions D?Z, JUNOTDrownRiverheadStories of Dominican youthGONZALES ABRAHAM, SUSAN AND DENISE GONZALES ABRAHAM*Cecilia?s YearCinco PuntosChallenging her family?s
traditional ideasHINOJOSA, MARIARaising RaulVikingDiscovering herself and her sonMARTINEZ, MANUEL LUISDriftPicadorRobert, 16, on the road west
to LAMARTINEZ, VICTORParrot in the OvenHarperCollinsManny?s family, friends and
foes in FresnoMOHR, NICHOLASAIn Nueva YorkArte PublicoHuman stories on the
Lower East SideORITZ COFER, JUDITH*Call Me MariaOrchard From PR to the barrio in NYCORTIZ COFER, JUDITH,
EDITOR*Riding Low Through
the Streets of GoldPi?ta Identity, love, loss: stories
and poemsOSA, NANCYCuba 15DelacorteViolet, preparing for
her quincea?roPEREZ-BROWN, MARIAMam?ayoLatina daughters celebrate
their mothersRICE, DAVIDCrazy LocoDialNine stories of Mexican
American livesS?ENZ, BENJAMIN ALIRE*Sammy & Juliana
in HollywoodCinco PuntosTough life of a Chicano boy
in the 60sSALDA?, REN? JR.Finding Our Way Wendy LambDreams, drama, twelve storiesSANTANA, PATRICIAMotorcycle Ride
on the Sea of TranquilityUniv. of New MexicoYolanda and her Mexican American familySANTIAGO,
ESMERALDAAlmost a WomanPerseus Finding her identity
in BrooklynVECIANA-SUAREZ,
ANAFlight to FreedomOrchardA Cuban family
emigrates
to Miami, 1967VEGA, MARTA MORENO*When the Spirits Dance MamboThree RiversGrowing up Nuyorican in El BarrioVILLASE?R, VICTOR*Burro GeniusRayo From angry teen to
bestselling author U.S.A.Coming to AmericaBROWN, JACKIE*Little CricketHyperionA Laotian girl in the MidwestBROWN, WESLEYImagining AmericaPersea38 stories from ?The
Promised Land?DANTICAT, EDWIDGEBehind the MountainsOrchardCeliane?s diary: from Haiti
to BrooklynGALLO, DONALD R., EDITOR*First CrossingCandlewickStories of today?s immigrant teensGIFF, PATRICIA REILLYMaggie?s DoorWendy LambNory travels from Ireland with
a dreamHALABY, LAILAWest of the JordanBeaconPalestinian girls in AmericaHO, MINFONGThe Stone GoddessOrchardMemories of lost CambodiaHOOBLER, DOROTHY AND THOMAS HOOBLERWe Are AmericansScholasticImmigrants, in their own wordsNA, ANA Step from HeavenFront StreetBridging two worlds;
Korea and AmericaSON, JOHNFinding My Hat OrchardA Korean family finding home
in the USAI sat there, thinking about home. Hollywood, that was home. Las Cruces, this house I?d lived in all my life. My room no bigger than a monk?s. Home was everything that could fit in my room. A bed, a desk, that?s all that fit. More like a big closet, really. But it was all I?d ever known. Part of me wanted more. But part of me could have stayed in this house forever. I could still smell my mom in this house. I swear I could. My dad, he?d saved some of her clothes in his closet. Maybe that?s why her smell was still in our house. My dad didn?t know?that I knew about my mom?s clothes. This was home.I wondered what it would be like to leave, what it would be like to be homesick. Maybe I was thinking about home and about leaving because I was holding a letter of acceptance in my hand. A letter from a university, a real American university. Not that it mattered. I wasn?t going. I knew that, but damnit it felt good to get accepted. But it felt bad, too. I don?t even know why I?d applied, a waste of time. Maybe I sometimes had these demons of optimism that just took over my body. But then, life, well, life just sort of exorcised those demons. And I was back to my serious, get-real-you?re-just-a-guy-from-Hollywood attitude. That?s what you needed to survive. Otherwise you?d break. Like Reyes. Maybe that?s why he did heroin?because his dreams were too big. And the only way
he could get at those dreams was through shooting some stuff up his veins.Sammy & Juliana
in HollywoodBY BENJAMIN ALIRE S?ENZCinco Puntos Press, 2004
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TELUSHKIN, JOSEPH, RABBIThe Golden LandHarmonyThe story of Jewish immigrationYEP, LAURENCEThe TraitorHarperCollinsWyoming, 1885, Chinese miners in perilZABYTKO, IRENEWhen Luba
Leaves HomeAlgonquinOff to college for a Ukrainian girlU.S.A. Black AmericaABDUL-JABBAR, KAREEM AND ANTHONY WALTON*Brothers in ArmsBroadwayBlack soldiers at the
Battle of the BulgeBOLDEN, TONYAStrong Men
Keep ComingWileyFour centuries of courageBOYD, HERB, EDITORAutobiography
of a PeopleAnchorHistorical truth?
3 centuries, 116 voicesBYRD, AYANA D. AND LORI L. THARPSHair StorySt. Martin?s600 years of locks, kinks,
and curlsCERAMI, CHARLES A.Benjamin BannekerWiley & SonsSurveyor, astronomer,
publisher, patriotCLINTON, CATHERINEThe Black SoldierHoughton MifflinFrom 1492 to the presentCROWE, CHRISGetting Away
with Murder Phyllis Fogelman BooksThe true story of the
Emmett Till caseDODSON, HOWARD AND SYLVIANE A. DIOUF,
COMPILERS AND EDITORS*In MotionNational GeographicThe African-American
migration experienceDUE, TANANARIVE AND PATRICIA STEPHENS DUEFreedom in the FamilyOne WorldMother and daughter:
the Civil Rights eraFINLAYSON, REGGIEWe Shall OvercomeLernerHistory of the civil
rights movementFRADIN, DENNIS BRINDELLMy Family Shall
Be Free! HarperCollinsOne man?s search for enslaved loved onesHANSEN, JOYCE
AND GARY MCGOWANFreedom RoadsCricketSearching for the
Underground RailroadHUDSON, WADE*Powerful WordsScholastic NonfictionFrom Benjamin Banneker to Lauryn HillKATZ, WILLIAM LORENBlack PioneersAtheneumSettlers and freedom fightersLANDAU, ELAINESlave NarrativesWattsMemoirs of those formerly
in bondageMCKISSACK, PATRICIA C. AND FREDRICK L. MCKISSACKBlack Hands, White SailsScholasticContributions to the
whaling industryMCWORTHER, DIANE*A Dream of FreedomScholastic NonfictionThe pursuit of equality,
1954?1968MELTZER, MILTONLangston HughesMillbrookThe soul of his people
captured in poetryThere Comes a TimeRandom HouseThe struggle for civil rightsMORRISON, JOHN*Cornel WestChelsea HousePublic intellectual,
renaissance manMYERS, WALTER DEAN
AND CHRISTOPHER MYERSBlues JourneyHoliday HouseA father and son?s call
and responseNELSON, MARILYN*Fortune?s BonesFront StreetDead 200 years before his
name was knownREMBERT, WINFREDDon?t Hold Me BackCricketSurvived being lynched,
becoming an artistROCHELLE, BELINDAWords with WingsHarperCollinsA treasury of poetry and artSHABAZZ, ILYASAHGrowing Up XOne WorldA daughter of Malcolm
Shabazz speaksTAYLOR, MILDRED D.The LandPenguin Putnam/Phyllis FogelmanA young, former slave?s dreamTYSON, TIMOTHY B.*Blood Done Sign My NameCrownRacist murder in a small
southern townU.S.A. Past,
Present and FutureARONSON, MARCWitch HuntAtheneumMysteries of the Salem
witch trialsBARTOLETTI, SUSAN CAMPBELLKids on Strike! Houghton MifflinStanding up for their rights
as workersBLUMENTHAL, KARENSix Days in OctoberAtheneumWhen the stock market
crashed, 1929COOPER, MICHAEL L.*Dust to EatClarionDrought and depression in
the 1930?sFARRELL, MARY CRONK*Fire in the Hole!Clarion1899, any job but mining
for MickFRADIN, DENNIS B. AND JUDITH BLOOM FRADINIda B. WellsClarionShe fought for the end
of lynchingsFREEDMAN, RUSSELLIn Defense of LibertyHoliday HouseThe story of the Bill of RightsGIBLIN, JAMES CROSS,
EDITORThe Century
That WasAtheneumExplores the road we?ve travelledHOLZER, HAROLD, EDITORAbraham Lincoln
the WriterBoyds MillsHis speeches, letters, and poetryJACKSON, ROBERT*Meet Me
in St. LouisHarperCollinsThe 1904 World?s Fair,
an extravaganzaJANECZKO, PAUL B.*World?s AfireCandlewickThe blaze that destroyed
the circus, 1944LANIER, SHANNON
AND JANE FELDMANJefferson?s ChildrenRandom HouseFamily reunion across
racial linesMALCOLM X
AND ALEX HALEYThe Autobiography
of Malcolm XBallantineThe Black leader?s testamentMARGOLICK, DAVIDStrange FruitRunning PressHow one song?s lyrics changed the worldMCDONALD, JOYCE*Devil on My HeelsDelacorteFlorida, 1959: Dove, shocked
to find KKKMCKISSACK, PATRICIA
AND ARLENE ZAREMBKA*To Establish JusticeKnopfThe basis of our liberty:
The ConstitutionMURPHY, JIMAn American PlagueClarionThe yellow fever epidemic
of 1793*Inside the AlamoDelacorteThe battle for Texas:
fact and fictionMYERS, WALTER DEAN*USS ConstellationHoliday HousePride of the
United States NavyPECK, RICHARDFair WeatherDialCountry kids, a ferris wheel,
and ChicagoPERL, LILANorth Across
the BorderBenchmarkThe journey of Mexican AmericansRUBIN, SUSAN GOLDMAN*L?Chaim!AbramsSince 1654, Jewish
life in AmericaSTEIN, STEPHEN J.Alternative American ReligionsOxford Univ. Pr.From the Puritans to
Heaven?s GateTHOMAS, JOYCE CAROL, EDITORLinda Brown,
You Are Not AloneJump at the SunWriters respond: Brown v. Board
of EducationBUDDY MULLENSTwenty-Four-Hour ManI arrivethe day beforewhen there is no circus,only dreams of one in the hearts of kids.Without methey would only wishfor the ?Greatest Show on Earth.?They call me the ?make sure guy.?I make sure the lot is laid out,midway, menagerie,big top, dressing tent;make sure hay bales are stacked,grain sacks piled,gasoline and food delivered.Make sure it?s all therebefore the train steams into towntomorrow morning.After I make surewe?ll be readyfor clownsand wild beastsand high-wire walkers,I tramp the neighborhoodsand make sure the advance manhas plastered bannerswhere the kids can hearthe bright bold letters and a roaring tigercalling them to a show they?ll never forget.Worlds
AfireBY PAUL B. JANECZKOCandlewick, Press, 2004In early September, 1654, the ship Sainte Catherine docked at the Wharf in New Amsterdam, a Dutch town that was soon to be renamed New York. About twenty-three Jews straggled
off the ship. Historians still differ as to the exact number, but agree that the group included men, women, and children. All were exhausted after their long, miserable voyage from Recife, formerly a Dutch colony in Brazil, where they could no longer practice their faith. Like the Pilgrims who had arrived on the Mayflower at Plymouth Rock thirty-four years earlier, they were seeking religious freedom. Unlike the Pilgrims, they did not want their own colony. Instead, they wished to live among the local residents and conduct trade.On the way to America, the Jewish voyagers,
rocking back and forth in the cramped wooden ship, had suffered from seasickness.
Legends tell that pirates had attacked them and had stolen most of their money and possessions. When they finally landed in New Amsterdam, they could not pay for their expensive trip. The captain sued, forcing them to sell everything they had left to settle their debt. But the small group of Jews believed that at last they had found a safe home. The immigrants soon discovered this was not the case.L?Chaim!BY SUSAN RUBIN GOLDMANHarry N. Abrams, Inc., 2004
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WEISS, JERRY AND
HELEN S. WEISS, EDITORSBig City CoolPersea14 stories of urban
American youthU.S.A.
The New
NationARONSON, MARC*John Winthrop,
Oliver Cromwell and the Land of PromiseClarionIdeas and individuals
creating AmericaBLACKWOOD, GARYThe Year of
the HangmanDuttonImagining if Americans
lost the warBOBER, NATALIE S.Countdown to IndependenceAtheneumA chronology of the years
1760?1776BOWEN, CATHERINE DRINKERMiracle at PhiladelphiaLittle, Brown1787 convention as seen
by the delegatesCLEMENS, SAMUEL L.The Adventures of Huckleberry FinnPenguin PutnamTwo runaways on the
Mississippi COX, CLINTON Come All You
Brave Soldiers Scholastic 5000 Blacks in the
Continental ArmyFAST, HOWARDApril MorningBantamA boy at the Battle of LexingtonFERRIE, RICHARDThe World Turned Upside DownHoliday HouseWashington?s victory at YorktownFLEMING, CANDACEBen Franklin?s AlmanacAtheneumHis countless accomplishmentsGARLAND SHERRYIn the Shadow of
the AlamoHarcourtLorenzo, fighting for the honor
of MexicoHIRSCHFELDER, ARLENE B.Photo OdysseyClarionDocumenting trails blazed
to the PacificLAVENDER, WILLIAMJust JaneHarcourtA war with loyalities
and emotionsMARRIN, ALBERTGeorge Washington
and the Founding
of a NationDuttonFarmer, general, president,
slaveholderRINALDI, ANNTaking LibertySimon & SchusterOney, enslaved in a
presidential homeST. GEORGE, JUDITHJohn and Abigail AdamsHoliday HousePresident and First Lady,
a strong loveWOLF, ALLAN*New Found LandCandlewickImagining the journey of
Lewis and ClarkU.S.A.
The Civil War and AfterDOUGLASS, FREDERICKNarrative of the Life
of Frederick Douglass, an American SlaveHarvardAs slave and abolitionistELLIOTT, L. M.*Annie, Between
the StatesKatherine TegenA patriot of the Confederacy
finds loveHAHN, MARY DOWNINGHear the Wind BlowClarionAt 13, fending for himself
and his sisterHANSEN, JOYCEBury Me Not in a
Land of SlavesWattsFormer slaves? lives
during ReconstructionHOBBS, WILLDown the YukonHarperCollinsRacing to Alaska for a
$20,000 prizeHOLZER, HAROLD*The President is Shot!Boyds MillsThe story behind the murder
of LincolnJILES, PAULETTEEnemy WomenMorrowAdair, imprisoned and
plotting escapeMCKISSACK, PATRICIA C. AND FREDRICK L.Days of JubileeScholasticThe end of slaveryMCMULLAN, MARGARET*How I Found
the StrongHoughton MifflinFrank?s changing view of warMCPHERSON, JAMES M.Fields of FuryAtheneumA divided nation at warPECK, RICHARDThe River Between UsDialTilly, her world was changed
by warREEDER, CAROLYNBefore the Creeks
Ran RedHarperCollinsBitter divisions among neighborsRINALDI, ANN*Sarah?s GroundSimon & SchusterOn her own, overseeing
Mount VernonROBERTSON, JAMES I., JR.Standing Like a
Stone WallAtheneumGeneral Thomas J.
?Stonewall? JacksonSCHMIDT, GARY D.*Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster BoyClarionSaving a black community
at riskSEVERANCE, JOHN B.Braving the FireClarionJoining the Union Army,
seeking gloryWISLER, G. CLIFTONWhen Johnny
Went MarchingHarperCollinsUnder 18, in military serviceNew York, NYDIEHL, LORRAINE B.*SubwaysClarkson PotterFrom secret tunnels to
mass transitHAMPTON, WILBORNSeptember 11, 2001CandlewickThe attack on New York
City recalledHIDIER, TANUJA DESAIBorn ConfusedScholasticNJ Indian girl exploring love
and NYCHILL, LABAN CARRICK*Harlem Stomp!Little, BrownA cultural history of the RenaissanceKENNEDY, RANDY*SubwaylandSt. Martin?sThe underground world
New Yorkers shareLEBLANC, ADRIAN NICOLERandom FamilyScribnerLove, drugs and trouble
in the BronxMACK, TRACYBirdlandScholasticImages of NYC, traces of
a dead brotherMARBERRY, CRAIG AND MICHAEL CUNNINGHAMSpirit of Harlem DoubledayThat most exciting neighborhoodPETIT, PHILIPPETo Reach the CloudsNorth PointHigh wire walk between the
Twin TowersQUI?NEZ, ERNESTOBodega DreamsVintageChino, surviving Spanish HarlemRODIS, LEDA AND
SERGUEI BASSINE*From the 104th FloorSteerforthTrapped after the attack
on the towersSULLIVAN, ROBERT*RatsBloomsburyThe city?s most
undesirable tenantTHOMS, ANNIE, EDITORWith Their EyesHarperTempestSeptember 11: voices
from Stuyvesant HighVERGARA,
CAMILO JOS?Subway MemoriesMonacelli PressThe trains, the stations,
the ridersVIZZINI, NEDTeen Angst?
Naaah... Free SpiritNed?s year at
Stuyvesant
High SchoolWOLFMAN, IRAJewish
New YorkUniverseLandmarks,
neighborhoods,
food, people...*new book titleIn 1868, state senator and notoriously corrupt city leader Boss Tweed decided what would and what would not
be built in New York, and the only projects the graft-addicted politician allowed to rise were those that could give him a hefty slice of the pie. Beach wanted
to build the city?s first subway, but he knew that the man who sat in Tammany Hall, just a shadow?s length from the Sun?s offices, would have his hand out, and Beach refused to pay him off. ?I won?t pay political blackmail,? he told his brother. ?I say, let?s build
it furtively.??We propose to run the line to Central Park, about five miles in all,? he would eventually proclaim. ?When completed, we should be able to carry twenty thousand passengers
a day at speeds up to a mile a minute.? But for now there were no proclamations, just secret plans. For nineteenth-century New Yorkers, Beach?s idea for a subway line was beyond comprehension. No one went down into the earth to get from one part of the city to another.SubwaysBY LORRAINE B DIEHLCrown, 2004
WHEN I FINALLY WENT OUT on my own to find a colony of wild New York City rats, I ended up talking to a lot of exterminators. Exterminators, or pest control technicians as they often prefer to be known, are the philosopher kings of the rat-infested world, the trap- and poison-toting mystics. I have gleaned many insights from them. Practically speaking, I have learned about the significance of spotting
rats during the day. ?When you see rats in the daytime, boy, the population
is so large that the night feeding won?t support them,? one exterminator told me. ?Only the dominant rats are getting
enough to eat, and the weaker rats, they?ve gotta take a chance and go out during they day. They don?t really want to be out during the day.? Likewise, I learned about the strength of rats vis-?vis cats. Here is this anecdote from an exterminator
working in New York, in the borough of Queens: ?A woman said to me, ?Oh, we?re going to get a cat!?? he recalled. ?I said, ?Miss, please don?t put that cat in the cellar.? Then I came back two weeks later and I?m picking up the hair and the bones of the cat. They think it?s like in the cartoons. But in the cartoons it?s Tom and Jerry the mouse, not Tom and Jerry the rat!? RatsBY ROBERT SULLIVANBloomsbury USA, 2004
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SCHWARTZ, ELLENI Love YogaTundraBreathe, move, relaxSECKEL, ALThe Great Book
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AND STEVE MILTONFigure Skating Now,
2nd ed.FireflyPushing the limits of beauty
and speedCOFFEY, MICHAEL*27 Men OutAtria Baseball?s perfect games CORBETT, SARAVenus to the HoopDoubledayStrong, beautiful Olympic stars.DIXON, RAMON ?TRU?
AND DAVID AROMATORIOHow Far Do You
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the worldHUEBNER, MARK AND
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BILL RIPKEN WITH
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JILL CARLE WITH
JUDI CARLE*Teens CookTen Speed PressHow to make what you want
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AND TODD KLEIN *The DC Comics Guide to Coloring and Lettering ComicsWatson-GuptillElements that make the story come aliveHAAB, SHERRI *The Hip Handbag BookWatson-GuptillCreating the perfect accessory HART, CHRISTOPHERManga Mania Fantasy WorldsWatson-GuptillDrawing knights, warriors
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Do-It-YourselfBantamProjects to make your world sassierKING, DANIELChessKingfisherLearn to play like a grandmasterKLEINMAN, KATHRYN*Birthday CakesChronicleCreating delicious memoriesMONTANO, MARKSuper SuiteUniverseGuide to creating your dream bedroomMOSS, MARIE Y.Hello Kitty Hello Everything!AbramsPurrfectly pretty collectiblesMURILLO, KATHY CANO*The Crafty Diva?s
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KLASS, DAVIDHome of the BraveFrances FosterHow a ?phenom? shakes up
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AdventureDAVIS, JILL, EDITOROpen Your EyesVikingWhat writers learned in
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Human HeartSealAt 16, wandering the worldKING, DEAN *Skeletons on
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of the worldRALSTON, ARON*Between a Rock
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in a typhoonRIDGEWAY, RICK*The Big OpenNational GeographicOn foot across Tibet to
save wildlifeRIFFENBURGH, BEAU*Shackleton?s
Forgotten ExpeditionBloomsburyHis first trip to the AntarcticSALISBURY, GAY AND
LANEY SALISBURYThe Cruelest MilesNortonRacing across Alaska to
save livesTAYLER, JEFFREYGlory in a
Camel?s EyeHoughton MifflinTrekking through the
Moroccan desertVENABLES,
STEPHENTo the TopCandlewickThe challenge of
climbing Everest *new book titleCROTHERS, TIM AND JOHN GARRITYGreatest Athletes of the 20th CenturyTotal/Sports IllustratedAli, Jordan, Ruth, and othersThe Definitive Word
on Michael Jordan. BeckettThe best there ever wasDE ANGELIS, GINAJackie RobinsonChelsea HouseFirst black in baseball?s
major leaguesGOTTLIEB, ANDREWIn the PaintHyperionTattoos of the NBA and what
they signifyHAMM, MIAGo for the GoalHarperCollinsThe soccer champion?s guide
to winningJETER, DEREKGame DayCrownWhat it?s like to be a
Yankee superstarJONES, RYANKing James St. Martin?s Basketball phenom,
LeBron James LALLY, RICHARD Bombers Crown Eyewitness accounts of
Yankee historyLOUGANIS, GREG WITH
ERIC MARCUSBreaking the SurfaceDuttonOlympic diving champion tells allMACDONALD, ANDY WITH THERESA FOY DIGERONIMODropping in With
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pro-skateboarderMARTIN, MARVIN Arthur AsheScholasticHis impact on and off the
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heavyweight champAction-Packed
StoriesBRADLEY, KIMBERLYHalfway to the SkyDelacorteLessons learned on the Appalachian TrailCHILD, LINCOLNUtopiaDoubledayA futuristic theme park
gone haywireCRUTCHER, CHRISWhale TalkGreenwillowA swim team made up
of misfitslDEUKER, CARLHigh HeatHoughton MifflinPitching as life falls apartESCKILSEN, ERIK E.*OffsidesHoughton MifflinWhen the team?s mascot
is offensiveGRISHAM, JOHNBleachersDoubledayFootball coach who changed
kids livesHOBBS, WILL*Leaving ProtectionHarperCollinsFinding danger, fishing
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to the pastAllen Iverson:
By Any Means NecessaryCrooked cornrowscause chaoticand catastrophic collisionswith precision.Your mission and goal:put the ballin the holeusing lightning-quick speedand total body control.Tattooed warriorsinking shots legendaryputting up pointsby any means necessary...Hoop KingsBY CHARLES R.
SMITH, JR.Candlewick Press, 2004I try not to think about the fact that I am stuck. Though it?s an irrepressible reality, thinking about it doesn?t help my situation.
Instead, I concentrate on finding small weaknesses in the face of the boulder just above and to the left of my trapped right wrist. My earlier instincts led me to etch a demarcation line above the softball-sized volume of rock that I have decided I must eradicate to gain my freedom. I?m speculating on a flaw in the rock?s structure, in a slight concavity that?s above the bulge almost six inches from my wrist; the demarcation line runs through this concavity. I start at my line, high on the face of the rock but a few inches below the top, and hack downward, attacking as near to my mark as I can manage. Tapping, then pounding, my multi-tool?s three-inch stainless-steel blade against the stone, I try to hit the same spot with each strike. Everything else?the pain, the thoughts of rescue, the accident itself?recedes. I?m taking action. My mind seems determined to find and exploit any seams or natural cleavage of the chockstone to hasten the removal of material. Every few minutes, I pause to look over the boulder?s entire surface to make sure I?m not missing a more obvious target.But the going is imperceptibly slow. Between a Rock
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