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Revitte; American Labor Studies Center) : Extensive list of resources for kids from K-12 concerning work and leisure and labor history.List includes title, author, publication info and occasionally comments about books, comic books, poetry; audio-visual materials; teacher curriculum. Back to School Books for Teens (Arapahoe Library District, CO): Author, title, summary for about 15 books, half fiction and half non-fiction; fiction titles include by Patricia Windsor. : Paranormal Fiction (Tulsa City-County Library, OK): Provides authors, titles, summaries, and webcat links for about 40 books and series featuring Ghosts, Monsters & Beasts, Fairies, Unexplained Phenomena, Vampires, and the Occult. : Horrifying Stories for Adults and Young Adults (Harford County Public Library, MD): Author, title, summary for about 10 horror novels for teens and adults, from by Whitley Strieber.
Author, title, summary, and webcat links for 28 fiction and 9 non-fiction titles.Horror (Welles-Turner Memorial Library, Glastonbury CT): Author, title, summary for about 30 books (in two sections: When Hell is Other People; and Featuring Creatures You Never Want to Meet), from by Peter S. Horror (Glen Ellyn Public Library, IL): Author, title, summary for almost 20 horror novels for middle school and high school students, from Amelia Atwater-Rhodes's Updated Oct. Gore Galore: A Frightening Reading List for Young Adults (Enoch Pratt Free Library - Baltimore): Compiled 2001.Author, title, one-line summary, webcat link for over 35 books, about 5 each in categories of classics, ghosts, horror stories, monsters, scary stories, vampires, and werewolves.Realistic Fiction about Divorce/Relationships (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for 8 novels, from Betsy Duffey's by Cynthia D. Stoned: Druggie Fiction for the Teenaged Masses (Reading Rants): Author, title, cover image and detailed summary for 6 books about drug use, accompanied by Jennifer's 'Just Say No' message. (Enoch Pratt Free Library - Baltimore): Compiled 2004. Classics For Teens (Logan Library, UT): Author, title, publication year, reading level/genre and webcat link for about 45 titles. Dear Diary: Novels written as diaries or in other alternate formats (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh): Author, title, summary, webcat link for a dozen titles, from Jennifer Bryant's See also Teen Pregnancy and Parenthood. Author, title, summary, and webcat links for 25 fiction titles and 16 non-fiction.Pregnancy and Parenthood: Teen Parent Booklist (Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh): Sections: Boys' Point of View; Diaries/Journals; Friendship (that supports teen parents); On the Go (leaving home); and more. Author, title, summary, publication year, and webcat link for about 15 books from Margaret Bechard's by Johann David Wyss (includes some juvenile titles and some adult titles as well). : Classics (Tulsa City-County Library, OK): Provides authors, titles, summaries, and webcat links for about 15 YA classics, from Maya Angelou's by L. Also see their list of Short Classics for Teens, similarly formatted list with another 25 or so titles. Family Stories (Carmel Clay PL, Carmel, IN): Author, title, cover image, webcat link and summary for about 25 fiction and non-fiction titles, in title order, from by Bruce Brooks to Rachel Vail's Friendship Ring series. Suggested Books for Students in Grade 7 (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Author, title, summary, and links to webcatalog info for 30 books and 5 series.Bullying: Young Adult Fiction (Library Thing): Author, title, and link to more info for more than 30 books tagged by Library Thing users. Young Carers' Stories (Booklist for Children and Young People) (City of Birmingham, UK): Books about children and teens who care for others will illnesses or injuries. Some books are also appropriate for younger readers. College Bound: Teen Fiction Novels on Campus (Louisville Free Public Library, KY): Author, title, cover image, webcat link and summary for 12 books set on college campuses, including . You're not alone.' Author, title and summary for about 20 titles, in title order from by Catherine Atkins. Outsiders: Books for Young Teens (Madison Public Library, WI): Title, author, and summary for about a dozen books about misfits, runaways, and alienated kids, from . Fiction for Grades 6-8 (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for over 40 novels, from Kathi Appelt's .
Books on Death and Dying for Teens (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for over 55 novels (and one non-fiction book) about death and dying, from Joan Abelove's by Rachel Cohn. Death, Dying and Grief (Santa Clara County Library, CA): Author, title, cover image, grade level, page count, webcat link and summary for about 12 titles, from Paul Acampora's . Author, title, summary for about 15 fiction titles, from N. Divorce, Alcoholic Parents, Custody Battles, Parents Dating: It's not always the end of the world (Jasper County Public Library, IN): Authors, titles, summaries for over 20 children's fiction titles and over 15 teen fiction titles on these topics, mostly on divorce. Diary Fiction for Young Adults (Evanston Public Library, IL): Lists about 15 books, with authors and summaries of books. Diaries, Letters, Journals (Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library, NY) : Author, title, summary for about 45 books, many in series like the Royal Diaries and Dear America. Books for Young Teens about Friendship (Madison Public Library, WI): Title, author, and summary for 15 books, from Recommended Books for Sixth-Eighth Graders (Ann Arbor District Library): Author, title, one-line summary for each of 25 books/series. Summer Reading List For Students Entering Grade 7 (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Summer Reading List for Galvin Middle School (Mass.) 7th graders.
Author, title, genre, summary, and links to webcatalog info for over 100 books. Fiction for Grades 11-12 (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for about 25 books (mostly novels), from Maya Angelou's .
Booklist for 11th and 12th Grades (Seattle Public Library): Title, author, summary, and page count for about 20 fiction titles and 10 non-fiction titles, for eleventh and twelfth graders, with fiction titles from Joan Bauer's .
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2006.) Realistic Fiction (Plymouth District Libraries, MI): Title, author, summary, and webcat link for over 100 fiction titles in these categories: Abuse/Harassment; Alcohol/Drugs; Death/Dying; Disabilities/Diseases/Mental Health; Divorce/Relationships; Fitting In; Food Issues/Weight Concerns; Pregnancy/Sex; Working & Living Together. Realistic Fiction for Teens (Info Soup - Appleton Public Library): Sections: Abuse, Body image and eating disorders, Death and suicide, Drug and alcohol use and abuse, Fitting in, Gangs and violence, Physical and mental diseases and disabilities, Teen Parenthood, Teen relationships. year, cover image, webcat link and summary for about 90 titles in all. Changes and Choices (San Francisco PL, CA): Author, title, webcat link and summary for about 70 books about family matters, body changes and sexuality, relationships, health, violence, school stuff, and tough situations. Young Adult Issues (Glen Ellyn Public Library, IL): Author, title, summary for about 45 novels about issues of concern for middle school and high school students, from Avi's . These books offer hope and comfort and insight.' Author, title, publisher, summary for about 85 books. Author, title, cover image, webcat link and summary for each. Mirror, Mirror, On the Wall: Teens and Body Image (Ocean County Library, NJ): Author, title, summary for about 20 titles. The Bare Bones: Honest Fiction about Weight and Eating Disorders (Jennifer Hubert, Reading Rants!
Incoming Seniors Summer Reading List (Lucius Beebe Memorial Library, MA): Summer 2003 Reading List for Wakefield High School (Mass.) incoming seniors.