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Everyone knows the glorious tale of Cinderella with the wicked stepmother and ugly stepsisters, but how do we know that is the true tale? In the book,  "The Stepsister's Tale" by Tracy Barrett, you get to step through the looking glass and see the story from the eldest stepsister's point of view.

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The Break-Up Artist by Philip Siegel is a truly amazing book about teenage romance, but in the single friend's point-of-view.  Becca is a junior in high school with a rather unusual after school job. She spends her time thinking up new ways to break up couples for her clients. After a cute new guy moves to her school during her eighth grade year, her childhood best friend, Huxley,  ditches her for the popular new guy, Steve.  Suddenly, their once seemingly unbreakable childhood friendship dissolves into Huxley's newfound social rising.

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  Edna In the Desert by Maddy Lederman is a riviting novel about a young girl and her summer banishment to her grandparent's house.  In fact, their house just so happens to be in the desert, or as Edna likes to say, the middle of nowhere. When her parents abandon her with her grandparents who live just outside the small ghost town of Desert Palms, Edna makes a horrid mistake that will alter her entire summer. She decides to run off into the desert and die. Little does she know that dying in the desert isn't quite what they make it seem like in the movies.

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Year of Mistaken Discoveries by Eileen Cook is a riveting novel that absolutely grabs your attention and makes you hold onto every last word. A truly touching story about a young girl who was once adopted searches for her birth mother in her last year in high school.

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The journey of the young but powerful fledgling Zoey Redbird continues in the eleventh novel of the House of Night series. After knocking Neferet off of the balcony of her penthouse where they saved Grandma Redbird, Zoey and her circle of extremely goddess gifted friends must return to the Tulsa House of Night and resume their normal lives. But after Erin's rejection of the change and the murder of Tulsa's mayor starts leading the humans to question the school, things start turning south for Zoey.

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Have you ever been bullied? Ever felt that soul wrenching loneliness that seems to engulf your every thought? Sarah Meadows felt that exact same way all because of the the port-wine stain that covers her cheek. The novel,Stained, written by Cheryl Rainfield is a story about Sarah, the seventeen-year-old girl who thought her life couldn't get any worse until one day everything came crushing down onto her.



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