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Ashley's dad moved out and now she's stuck dealing with her overprotective mother. And if that wasn't bad enough, her dad's so-called friend seems to be interested in her mom and is making Ashley's life even more miserable.
Ashley wishes she could turn to her dad for comfort, but work has him completely occupied. Ashley can't shake the feeling though, that it's more than just his job that's keeping him busy.
Luckily, Ashley has her quirky best friend, Brianne, to help distract her from her family drama.
Things start looking up for Ashley when she meets Trent one night at their favorite hangout. It's not long though, before she realizes that Trent, like her father, has something to hide. Ashley can't resist the urge to spy on them both, but when she does, she quickly wishes she could take it back...
Noelle thought having friends was supposed to make life better but soon finds herself trying to solve a murder instead. And when everyone’s a suspect, it won’t be easy. At least Noelle has a grandma who adores her and a boy in the neighborhood who does too—oh, wait, isn’t he a suspect also? Noelle’s grandma has an unusual gift and Noelle may discover she has a talent of her own.
Luckily, she has her bff, Shelby to take her mind off her worries. They'll ride Bethany's moped, and hang out at the lake and maybe even find a boyfriend. It will be a summer of firsts, from kisses to love if she can keep her frenemy, Brooke, from causing problems and Shelby's pesky older brother Jack from interfering.
My 8th Grade Summer is a delightful coming of age story best suited for tween and young teen girls.
After a car accident, Niki is tortured by a recurring nightmare about a demon-like creature and a guy she's never met. Her senior year goes from bad to worse when, after a horrible breakup, her aunt kicks her out. With her inheritance she purchases an old house she feels a strong connection to. She stays despite paranormal activity, when she begins to find answers to questions that have haunted her.
Psychomanteum's ghostly realism will have you believing. It's a good night to curl up with a spooky book...
Ever been invited to dinner only to find out, you’re the main course? That’s sort of what happened to twelve year old Haley.
Haley is a so-so scholar unlike her science fair winning, cheerleading, flute playing sister, Hannah. She is also a procrastinator who stinks at the violin.
Life gets a little better for Haley when she becomes acquainted with Juniper Hagglesworth - language arts teacher by day, fairy godmother by night.
Ms. Hagglesworth helps Haley get out of a few jams, but Haley will learn that Ms. Hagglesworth’s help comes at a very expensive price.
Can Haley get a grip on this magical mayhem before it’s too late? Or will her situation take a strange and surprising turn? Find out in this humorously enchanting new book, specifically geared towards young readers in elementary and middle school grades.
Joe isn’t thrilled about a lot of things - being in eighth grade, having an older brother who is the football playing apple of his dad’s eye, or having a Van Helsing-obsessed little brother that he gets stuck babysitting way too often.
That’s probably why he is so intrigued by Cole, a runaway who lives alone…in the cemetery.
It’s not a coincidence that Cole befriends Joe and misfit, Vidonia Finkle. They will learn that their pasts are connected in a way that will help them save their town, Majestic Hollow, from the monsters who want to invade it!