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Seventh Most Important Thing. The

When Arthur throws a brick at an old man, he discovers that the consequences are not what he expected.

Shadow House: The Gathering

Some houses are more than just haunted... they're hungry. Dash, Dylan, Poppy, Marcus, and Azumi don't know this at first. They each think they've been summoned to Shadow House for innocent reasons. But there's nothing innocent about Shadow House. Something within its walls is wickedly wrong. Nothing -- and nobody -- can be trusted. Hallways move. Doors vanish. Ghosts appear. Children disappear. And the way out? That's disappeared, too... Enter Shadow House... if you dare.

~Summary from Amazon


Tebow shares how he copes with the media scrutiny and tough times.

Sideways Stories from Wayside School

Wayside School is 30 stories high and accidently build sideways and is fill with the wackiest classes in town.

Siege and Storm

Alina’s power has grown but she can’t outrun her enemies forever and must find a way to save her country.

Silver Chair, The

A noble band of friends are sent to rescue the captive prince.

Sit Stay Love

Ceciila fall for a young pup at the shelter where she volunteers.

So B. It

Heidi lives with her mentally handicapped mom and neighbor, Bernadette. Her mom only says so many words. There is only one word Heidi's mom say that she does not understand, soof. Heidi sets out on a journey to try to find out what soof means and where she comes from. Will Heidi find the answers she wants?

So B. It

Heidi lives an atypical lifestyle with her mentally disabled mother and her agoraphobic neighbor, Bernadette. One mysterious word from her mother's vocabulary gets Heidi curious. She travels across country for that one word.

So B. It

You couldn′t really tell about Mama′s brain just from looking at her, but it was obvious as soon as she spoke. She had a high voice, like a little girl′s, and she only knew 23 words. I know this for a fact, because we kept a list of the things Mama said tacked to the inside of the kitchen cabinet. Most of the words were common ones, like good and more and hot, but there was one word only my mother said: soof.

Although she lives an unconventional lifestyle with her mentally disabled mother and their doting neighbor, Bernadette, Heidi has a lucky streak that has a way of pointing her in the right direction. When a mysterious word in her mother′s vocabulary begins to haunt her, Heidi′s thirst for the truth leads her on a cross-country journey in search of the secrets of her past.

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