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This book is about a boy named Joseph who is loving to creatures. One day he stumbles upon an old lady, Mrs. Merryweather,  who tames mystical creatures for a living. She deems him her errand boy and pupil, as long as he doesn't tell anybody. But keeping that secret is hard when a big-shot CEO, Redwar, a bully, and his mom all want answers on what he's doing. Especially when Redwar wants to find the source of these mystical creatures. Truth is that Mrs.

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James Salley turns sixteen on the day that the story begins, and after being bullied almost all day he finds himself on top of a water tower contemplating suicide. His family couldn't even be bothered to stay at their house long enough that morning to wish him a happy birthday! When he notices someone following him, he begins to ask questions he wished he wouldn't have. James is told that he is the Anti-Christ. After he lets that sink in for a while, he notices that it puts a wrench in his plan of Dorian Delaney falling in love with him.

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The Sugar Mountain Snowball is about two best friends named Ruby and Eleanor. Ruby and Eleanor both have dreams, but each dream is very different. Ruby has dreamed for a long time to mingle with the “outsiders”, who are very rich and happy. Eleanor who is both smart and creative dreams to someday have her own fashion line.

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The book Two for Joy is an amazing adventure seen through the eyes of a young girl named Jenna. It all starts when her great aunt, Tannie, falls off of a back porch step and breaks her ankle. After that, Jenna’s mom decides that Tannie needs to move in with them. However, this poses a problem when her aunt doesn’t want to go.

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The book, “We Know It Was You,” by Maggie Thrash, is about a girl and a boy named Virginia and Benny who belong to a mystery club at their boarding school. The two friends and outcasts look for mysteries to solve. When they witness a cheerleader, named Brittany, throw herself off of a bridge and into the river, Virginia and Benny are the only ones who can solve this mystery and the reasoning behind it.

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Walter, a pigeon, finds out he is from a line of very famous and brave pigeons. He goes on a series of adventures and eventually meets up with an incredibly intelligent scientist named Grandpa. This meeting was his destiny. Grandpa and Walter work together on a century's long plan to save the world!

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The Immortal Throne is a lover's story. A girl is ripped away from the sunlight, and a boy is taken away from his kingdom. They use every opportunity to find each other again. The Underworld, the vast, gloomy place of Ancient Greek mythology is now a kingdom - a dark kingdom. Hades has disappeared, and it has been thousands of years since anyone has seen him. Meanwhile, the boy fights for his life against a deadly virus, and only true love's kiss can save him, and that true love is kept secluded in the grasp of an evil king.

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Tribal conflict. Environmental desolation. Societal suffering. Based on ten years of Easter Island research, Edward Stanton’s novel “Wide as the Wind” tells the coming of age tale of two Polynesian siblings who embark on a dangerous journey to restore natural and cultural life and prosperity to their diminishing home island.

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Defeated a monster who killed your parents? Check. Managed to graduate high school? Check. Get a super cute and kind boyfriend? Check. Welcome back to the world of fairytales, a world which Albany French, the heroine of this story, is very used to by now. After graduating Happily Ever After High School, Albany returns in the sequel, Once Upon a Time University, which can definitely stand alone from the previous book. After getting settled on campus, Albany gets swept into the whirlwind of tournaments, amazing friends, and the cute dimpled face of her boyfriend.

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