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TOUCHING SPIRIT BEAR
Cole caught "wimpy" Peter in the parking lot and smashed his head against the sidewalk. Peter may have permanent brain damage and Cole is in the biggest trouble of his life.
GHOST OF SPIRIT BEAR
Sequel to Touching Spirit Bear: Gangs and violence haunt the hallways...and Peter is a natural target.
JUNGLE OF BONES
For Dylan, life has always been a joke. But in the depths of Papua New Guinea, he finds a world that can't be controlled, and he's brought to a crossroad. These deadly jungles can either be Dylan's salvation, or they can swallow him whole.
Elliot, the first teen in space, never expected anything to go wrong. Now his only contact via shortwave radio is Vincent, a Maasai boy in Kenya and the two can't agree on anything.
Gabriella used to take refuge in the trees of Guatemala until one day she witnesses a murder. Now with her country ravaged by war, seeking safety and desperately hunting for her only living relative, little sister Alicia, her life becomes a search for self. Based on a true story.
RESCUE JOSH McGUIRE
Josh is in a race for survival. His older brother dead, his father drinking and raging, Josh runs away into the mountains with his dog and an orphaned bear cub, whom he is determined to save from hunters. Will Josh be able to save the bear cub, or will he find himself in need of rescue?
When guerrilla soldiers strike Santiago's village, they shoot at everyone in their path. Dos Vias is on fire, and the night glows red. "Take the cayuco and sail to the United States of America. Now go!" Santiago's uncle Ramos tells him, and Santiago , twelve, and his four-year-old sister, Angelina, flee.
Koby can count on nobody - but herself Nothing has been the same for Koby since she lost her foot in an accident four years ago. Between the smothering concern of her parents and the awkward glances from the kids at school, Koby can truly feel at home only when she is on the ocean in her dinghy.
Suffering from severe cerebral palsy and bound by his wheelchair, struggling to communicate with the people around him, Petey finds a way to remain kind and generous despite the horrific conditions in his new "home."