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release date: Oct 01, 2002
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On My Own
Has some wear on the cover. CD included.Has clean, unmarked pages. Binding is tight and in excellent condition.Buy with confidence!
release date: Sep 01, 1998
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Muhammad Ali
A comprehensive biography of the only boxer crowned Heavyweight Champion of the World three times.
release date: May 15, 1996
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Mindquakes
From award-winner Neal Shusterman-author of The Dark Side of Nowhere and Scorpion Shards-comes a spectacular collection of stories that are by turns terrifying, comic, darkly inventive, thought-provoking, and always just slightly off-center.
release date: Aug 01, 1992
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The Choice is Yours
M. Scott Peck's The Road Less Traveled has helped millions of adults. For those just starting down the road to maturity, The Choice Is Yours leads teenagers through adolescence toward a strong sense of self and spiritual awareness. Introduction by M. Scott Peck.
release date: Sep 08, 1998
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The "Go Ask Alice" Book of Answers

A frank, streetwise Our Bodies, Our Selves for young men and women.

What's the best way to minimize a hangover?
Is it normal to have sex without experiencing an orgasm?
How can you tell if a friend of yours is suffering from an eating disorder?
Does smoking pot have long-term consequences?
Does Seasonal Affective Disorder really exist?

These are the questions young people are asking ... and until now, there's been no reliable book that has provided sensible, honest, and comforting answers specifically for this audience. The Go Ask Alice Book of Answers is a groundbreaking guide that mines the best material from the eponymous award-winning Web site. From sex and relationships to alcohol and drugs to fitness and nutrition, this comprehensive handbook is the first of its kind to provide much-needed information for young adults who cannot get reliable or anonymous information from conventional channels.

release date: Jun 01, 1999
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Don't Tell Zoey
They've all grown up together on a tiny island. They think they know everything about one another...but they're only just beginning to find out the truth.

Don't tell Zoey that gorgeous Kate has arrived on the island--and that she'll be living with Lucas. For it looks as if Zoey's about to get a taste of her own medicine. Is she going to lose Lucas jsut as she's finally realized how much she loves him?

Don't tell Zoey that gorgeous Kate has arrived on the island--and that she'll be living with Lucas. For it looks as if Zoey's about to get a taste of her own medicine. Is she going to lose Lucas just as she's finally realized how much she loves him?

release date: Dec 01, 1999
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release date: May 08, 2001
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What Have You Lost?

What have you lost? A friend? A brother? A wallet? A memory? A meaning? A year?

Each Night

Images,
dream news,
fragments,
flash
then fade.
These darkened walls.

Here, I say.
Climb into
this story.
Be remembered!

Jay Bremyer

00-01 Tayshas High School Reading List

Notable Children's Trade Books in the Field of Social Studies 2000, National Council for SS & Child. Book Council, 2000 Best Books for Young Adults (ALA), 00 Riverbank Review Magazine's Children's Books of Distinction Award Nominations, Winner 2000 Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry Award, and 01 Riverbank Review Magazine's Children's Books of Distinction Award Nominations

release date: Aug 01, 1998
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The Tall Mexican
Growing up, Hank Aguirre rose every morning long before school to make and deliver tortillas as part of a small family business. In his free time, the teen-aged Hank played Legion baseball and in neighborhood pick-up games. After graduation, he signed on with the Cleveland Indians organization. Hank Aguirre enjoyed a successful, award-winning major-league career as a pitcher. Then, instead of basking in his popularity, he went on to found Mexican Industries in the burned-out heart of crime-ridden urban Detroit. His firm gave employment to more than a thousand people, bringing hope where there had once been only despair. This was a man who pushed beyond mere celebrity to become a true hero.
release date: Aug 01, 2000
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Falling for Claire
Falling for Claire

They're all grown up together on a tiny island. They think they know everything about one another...but they're only just beginning to find out the truth.

Falling for Claire. That's what Paolo's doing, and Claire can't cope with it. She's used to fighting everyone--especially herself--and she can't believe that anyone could love her for who she is. Has Claire met her match at last?

release date: Nov 01, 2001
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release date: Jan 01, 2002
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Stories for a Teen's Heart
Stories for a Teen's Heart: Book Three features this series' best stories yet reviewed by teenage readers -- over 100 selections showing teens making a difference among their friends and peers. Captivating stories on themes such as family, friends, tough times, character, and doing the right thing will encourage teens to make wise choices and put God first.
release date: Mar 25, 2003
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Ask the Bible Geek
Gifted youth leader Mark Hart knows teens inside and out, and as the Bible Geek®, he asks and answers the real questions that puzzle them. Dealing realistically and honestly with concerns about God, temptations, personal issues, daily life and more, he speaks encouragement to the minds and hearts of kids. His solutions to typical situations teens wonder about, are rooted in Scripture and the Catholic tradition.
release date: Jun 01, 2006
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Stories for the Extreme Teen's Heart
Compiled with the help of teenagers, Stories for the Extreme Teen's Heart features true stories of teens living committed lives for Christ. These inspiring selections show teens making a difference in their families, schools, and world. Captivating stories with themes specific to teen interests instruct by example, not preaching, while encouraging wise choices and a deeper walk with the Lord. This wonderful resource will intrigue nonbelievers and move believers closer to God as they receive affirmation of His presence.
release date: Jul 11, 2000
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Charles Drew
This text follows the life and struggle of Dr. Charles Drew, black surgeon and blood plasma pioneer, who successfully fought the American Red Cross in their decision to segregate white blood from black. While in Britain in 1940, Drew became full-time medical director of the plasma project for Great Britain, the first great experiment in gross production of human plasma. His documentation of the experiment was used by the U.U. Army, and later the American Red Cross, in more ambitious blood bank projects. This work is written in the dramatic style of the "Ideas on Trial" series from Bank Street, presenting Drew's life and struggle in detail. It contains diary entries, letters, trial transcripts and newspapers.
release date: May 13, 2003
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Garden of Angels
It is 1974 and the country is still struggling to come to terms with the Vietnam War. In the small town of Conners, Georgia, Darcy has just started high school, her older sister Adel goes to weekend dances at the local Army base, and their mother tends her beautiful garden–the biggest and best in town. But Darcy's world is soon changed forever when her mother goes to Atlanta for tests. The diagnosis is not good–breast cancer. There is so much Darcy wants to talk to her mother about: the war and what happened to the soldiers who were there; the feelings she is having for the new (and troubled) boy in school. But she can't. So she finds solace in her mother's garden. There she can help the flowers her mother planted bloom.
release date: Oct 29, 2001
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Getting Dumped...
Everyone gets dumped! And although it may feel like the end of the world, it's not.

Focusing on the first romances of younger teen girls, this thoughtful, supportive guide lets girls know that there is life after being dumped. Cylin Busby explores all of the emotions that come with getting dumped and how to deal with them-from day one to months later. Girls even discover what it's like to be in the dubious position of being "the dumper." With personal accounts from real girls and practical advice offered in a heartfelt, teen-friendly tone, Getting Dumped is the perfect helper for a healing heart.
release date: Jun 13, 2003
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The Strongest Link
"What does it take to build a successful corporate alliance? The dramatically high failure rate -- estimated at 60 to 75% -- suggests that alliance managers often lack the knowledge and skills to determine strategic fit, negotiate win-win agreements, align organizational cultures, and -- perhaps most important of all -- get people to work together productively. This book provides the practical guidance needed to make alliances work. In The Strongest Link, strategic alliance experts Slowinski and Sagal draw on over 40 years of experience working with companies to form strong, profitable collaborations, including AT&T, NEC, Battelle, Eli Lilly, and Procter & Gamble. Packed with stories of these and other companies, the book features exclusive, proven methodologies for planning, structuring, and negotiating an alliance, as well as strategies for training participants in collaborative management. The Strongest Link is a true field guide, a down-in-the-trenches look at how to avoid the troubles that plague so many alliance efforts and how to forge a collaborative link that adds value to all participants."
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