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Lisa W. (WAL) -
Subject: YOUTH Bundle for 1 Credit
Date Posted: 10/10/2009 4:58 AM ET
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SWAP any 1 of these books & get the other two for Free :)

1. BOTH SIDES OF TIME by Caroline Cooney
Imagine changing centuries--and making things worse, not better, on both sides of time.
Imagine being involved in two love triangles in two different centuries. What if, no matter which direction you travel in time, you must abandon someone you love?
Meet 15-year-old Annie Lockwood, a romantic living in the wrong century. When she travels back a hundred years and lands in 1895--a time when privileged young ladies wear magnificent gowns, attend elegant parties, and are courted by handsome gentlemen--Annie at last finds romance. But she is a trespasser in time. Will she choose to stay in the past? Will she be allowed to?

2. THE ART OF KEEPING COOL by Janet Taylor Lisle
Winner of the 2001 Scott O'Dell Award.
February 1942. Robert and his mother, unable to work their Ohio farm without his father, a pilot for the Royal Canadian Air Force, relocate to his dad's family compound on the Rhode Island coast. There he meets his strange but artistically gifted cousin Elliot, who teaches Robert "the art of keeping cool" around their intimidating bully of a grandfather. Meanwhile, Navy submarines have attacked offshore U. S. warships...
This is a taut, multilayered story of dangers lurking inside and outside a house, of old secrets, of deceptive enemies, and of two friends who must each find their own ways of fighting back.

3. REPLAY by Sharon Creech
He may have been given a bit part in the school play ...but Leo dreams he is the biggest star on Broadway. Sure, his big, noisy family makes him feel like a sardine squashed in a tin ...but in his fantasy he gets all the attention he wants. Yes, his papa seems sad and distracted ...but Leo imagines him as a boy, tap-dancing and singing with delight. That's why they call Leo "fog boy." He's always dreaming, always replaying things in his brain. He fantasizes about who he is in order to discover who he will become. As an actor in the school play, he is poised and ready for the curtain to open. But in the play that is his life, Leo is eager to discover what part will be his.

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