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    Mama, How Long Will You Love Me?

    Mama, How Long Will You Love Me?

    Like all young children, Oli wants confirmation of his motherīs love. And when she assures him she will love him always, Oli asks, "How long is always?"

    As they spend their day together, Mama shows Oli how their love is as everlasting as everything they see--as magic as a starry night, as soft as a cloudy sky, and as deep as the deep blue sea.

    This deluxe 8 x 8 format has extra heavy covers and glossy, high-quality text stock.

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    Poison Apple #4: Now You See Me (EBK)

    Poison Apple #4: Now You See Me (EBK)

    by Jane B. Mason and Sarah Hines Stephens

    Abby and Lena are two hip best friends who love hanging out and combing thrift stores for unusual items. When the two friends buy an old Polaroid camera, they have a great time snapping pics around town—until the image of a ghostly mystery boy starts appearing in their photos.

    Things get even creepier for the girls when they learn that the boy died over 20 years ago. Why is he haunting their photos? Can the sleuthing friends figure out what he wants, solve the mystery of his death, and somehow find a way to help him rest in peace?

    This light and entertaining read skillfully mixes everyday teen interests with a compelling, spine-chilling supernatural tale.

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Pardon Me, You're Stepping on My Eyeball!

Author: Paul Zindel

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Young Adult

Character and Values, Life Experiences, Friends and Friendship

About This Book

Fifteen-year-old "Marsh" Mellow thinks the whole world hates him. Then he meets Edna Shinglebox, a classmate who looks as freaky and depressed as he is. Even though Marsh writes hate letters, carries around a raccoon in his coat pocket, and insults Edna constantly, Edna still likes him. After embarking on an incredible adventure that takes them halfway across the country, Edna and Marsh are surprised by what they learn about themselves and each other.

About the Author

Paul Zindel won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his play The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds. To learn more about his life, check out The Pigman & Me, a memoir of his growing up. Mr. Zindel died on March 27, 2003.

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