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Transcript of Title Tower
By: Stephan Chbosky
The House of the Scorpion
By: Nancy Farmer
By: Ellen Hopkins
By: Lucia Kollat
An introvert freshman named Charlie is
taken under the wing of two seniors who show him the real world.
Crank chronicles the turbulent and disturbing relationship between Kristina and the "monster" otherwise known as crystal meth.
A young clone, Matteo Alacran raised by a powerful drug lord of the same name although usually called El Patron struggles to survive as a free individual in this futuristic society.
A Wrinkle in Time
By: Madeleine L'engle
This story focuses on a young girl whose father goes missing after working on a very mysterious and secret project called tesseract. This book has won multiple medals including the Newbery Medal.
By: Lois Lowry
The story begins in what seems to be a utopian society but gradually appears to become more of a dystopian society. Jonas is followed through 13 years of his life and when he is selected to become the "receiver of memory" his life and those around him drastically changes.
By: Gary Paulsen
Brian Robeson finds himself in a survival situation when the pilot of his plan suffers a heart attack and dies. Brian must learn to survive in the wilderness with only a hatchet that his mother gave him as a gift.
The Book Thief
By: Markus Zusak
Liesel is subjected to the horrors of Germany during WWII, however, she finds solace in the dangerous act of stealing books and sharing them with others.
Bud, Not Buddy
By: Christopher Paul Curtis
Bud Caldwell is an orphan living in Flint, Michigan during the Great Depression. He is placed in a new foster home at the beginning of the story, and Bud finds that this one will be no easier than the other homes he's been placed in.
Contemporary Realistic Fiction
By: Louis Sachar
Stanley is an overweight teenage boy whose family has been cursed! He is accused of stealing a pair of shoes and sent off to Campy Green Lake where he must dig holes all day, every day.
Contemporary Realistic Fiction
By: Laurie Halse Anderson
Melinda experienced a traumatic event at a party before her freshman year of high school. She struggles with wanting to repress the memories while simultaneously wanting to speak about them.
The Diary of a Young Girl
By: Anne Frank
Anne's diary, discovered in an attic in which she spent the last months of her life chronicles her family and her as they hide from the Nazi's until they are betrayed to the Gestapo.
Witches: The Absolutely True Tale of Disaster in Salem
By: Rosalyn Schanzer
In a colonial town in Massachusetts two girls began to twitch and contort their bodies, the doctor tried to cure the girls but had no luck. He then announced their diagnosis, the girls were bewitched, and then the accusations began.
By: Vera Brosgol
Anya is a Russian immigrant who one day stumbles into an old well, she discovers a new best friend, a ghost. However, she soon finds out this ghost may not be the friend she thought.
By: Jeff Smith
There are nine books in this epic about three modern cartoon cousins who get lost in a pre-technology valley. They spend a year there and during this time they make friends and also face dangerous enemies.
The Monkey's Paw
By: W.W. Jacobs
Three wishes and a monkey's paw, what could possibly go wrong?
The Tell Tale Heart
By: Edgar Allan Poe
The unnamed narrator is very disturbed by his neighbor, the old man with the vulture eye. The narrator decides to take care of this problem, but finds he is haunted and paranoid by his actions.
A Child Called It
By: Dave Pelzer
Chronicles the story of Dave Pelzer, the victim of one of the most severe child abuse cases in California history.
Autobiography of a Face
By: Lucy Grealy
At age 9 Lucy was diagnosed with a potentially terminal cancer, when she returned to school with half of her jaw removed she faced the cruel taunts of her classmates. She tells her story of incredible strength and remarkable wit in this memoir.