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Peach: When the Well Run Dry
By Peggy Mercer, Illustrations by Ron Garnett "My heart beat ninety to nothing, watching Ma cry. I jumped from one foot to the other and Macy whispered, 'Be still, Peach!" © 2010 Hard cover 93 pp


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Africa on My Mind: Reflections on My Second Trip
By Atlantis Tye Browder with Anthony T. Browder "The second publication co-authoried by 13 year-old Atlantis Tye Browder and her father Anthony. It chronicles her experiences while participating in a 15-day study tour of West Africa during the Summer of 1993." © 1995 pp. 98 paperback


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Everlutionary: Escape Extinction
By Hawah =(*-*)= "It appears diversity allows life to thrive in any conditions, and therefore, diversity is necessary for the existence of different species. Without diversity, humans would have never come to be -- more reason for the strong to be eternally grateful to the weak, and for humans to maintain and initiate peace."


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The House on Mango Street
By Sandra Cisneros * * * 25th Anniversary Edition * * * "The remarkable story of Esperanza Cordero told in a series of vignettes -- sometimes heart-breaking, sometimes deeply joyous -- it is the story of a young Latina girl growing up in Chicago, inventing for herself who and what she will become. Few other books in our time have touched so many readers." © 1984 paperback 110 pages


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Things Fall Apart (50th Anniversary Edition)
By Chinua Achebe "Two intertwining stories, both centering on Okonkwo, a 'strong man' of an Ibo village in Nigeria. The first, a powerful fable of the immemorial conflict between the individual and society, traces Okonkwo's fall from grace with the tribal world. The second, as modern as the first is ancient, concerns the clash of cultures and the destruction of Okonkwo's world with the arrival of aggressive European missionaries. "These perfectly harmonized twin dramas are informed by an awareness capable of encompassing at once the life of nature, human history, and the mysterious compulsions of the soul." © 1994 Paperback 209 pages


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You Don't Even Know Me: Stories and Poems About Boys
By Sharon G. Flake "Ever wonder what that guy in your class is thinking? You'll hear from him and many other teen boys in this collection of short stories and poems. There's Tow-Kaye, getting married at age sixteen to the love of his life, who's pregnant. He knows it's the right thing to do, but he's scared to death. James writes in his diary about his twin brother's terrible secret, while Tyler explains what it's like to be a player with the ladies. In a letter to his uncle, La'Ron reveals that he's infected with HIV. Eric takes us on a tour of North Philly on the Fourth of July, when the heat could make a guy go crazy." © 2010 Paperback 190 pages


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Out of My Mind
By Sharon M. Draper "Get ready to meet a girl whose voice you'll never, ever forget. Eleven year-old Melody has a photographic memory. Her head is like a video camera that is always recording. Always. And there's no delete button. She's the smartest kid in her whole school -- but NO ONE knows it. Most people -- her teachers and doctors included -- don't think she's capable of learning, and up until recently her school days consisted of listening to the same preschool-level alphabet lessons again and again and again. If only she could speak up, if only she could tell people what she thinks and knows . . . but she can't, because Melody can't talk. She can't walk. She can't write. Being stuck inside her head is making Melody go out of her mind -- that is, until she discovers something that will allow her to speak for the first time ever. At last Melody has a voice . . . but not everyone around her is ready to hear it." © 2010 Paperback 295 pages


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Romiette and Julio
By Sharon M. Draper "When Romiette Cappelle meets Julio Montague, she feels as though she has met the soul mate who can rescue her from her recurring nightmare about fire and water. But like the Shakespearean characters whose names echo theirs, Romiette and Julio discover that not everyone approves of their budding romance. In their case, it is because Romiette is African-American and Julio is Hispanic, and the Devildogs, a dangerous local gang, violently oppose their interracial relationship." © 2001 Paperback 320 pages


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