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Be Audacious

by Bobbye Middendorf

Practical exercise, mantras, compelling anecdotes, and stories of scrappiness all help instill an audacious kind of confidence in kids. "Be Audacious" features stories of grit and scrappiness that are required for overcoming adversity;... Read More

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Rockin' the Boat

by Melissa Wuske

Fleischer shows teens the ancestors of their nonconformist mindset in this informative and humorous historical guide. Rockin’ the Boat: 50 Iconic Revolutionaries from Joan of Arc to Malcolm X, by Jeff Fleischer, harnesses the rebel... Read More

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Members Only

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Ever wonder where the term “thug” originated? Why an eye and pyramid grace the US dollar bill, or when exactly Friday the 13th became synonymous with horror and bad luck? In "Members Only", Julie Tibbott answers these questions and... Read More

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Daisy to the Rescue

by Barbara Nickles

Are animals compassionate? Campbell finds fifty reasons to believe they are. Jeff Campbell explores the idea of animal compassion in his book Daisy to the Rescue: True Stories of Daring Dogs, Paramedic Parrots, and Other Animal Heroes,... Read More

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Being Me with OCD

by Jason Henninger

This book offers young people a candid, compassionate view of an often-misunderstood problem. People often joke about obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as if it were little more than a funny quirk. “I’m so OCD!” people say about... Read More

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