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Exploring tough subjects, these award-winning and moving titles will show your teen the power of a good book.
 
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White Darkness, The
by Geraldine McCaughrean
Fourteen-year-old Symone is taken on a surprise trip to Antarctica by her uncle Victor.  In search of a legendary gateway to the interior of Earth, Victor's behavior teaches Sym about her troubled past and leads to her struggle for survival.
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American Born Chinese
by Gene Luen Yang Illustrated by Lark Pien

"As an Asian American, American Born Chinese is the book I've been waiting for all my life." — Derek Kirk Kim

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Looking for Alaska
by John Green

To shake up his play-it-safe, stay-at-home lifestyle, Florida teenager Miles "Pudge" Halter convinces his parents to let him attend a coed boarding school in Alabama.

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How I Live Now
by Meg Rosoff

"Every war has turning points and every person too."

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The First Part Last
by Angela Johnson

Bobby is a typical urban New York City teenager — impulsive, eager, restless.

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Step From Heaven, A
by An Na
When four-year-old Young Ju Park first hears the words Mi Gook — Korean for "America" — she is sure that they mean "Heaven." But when her family moves to Southern California the following year, she finds the transition from life in Korea far from easy.
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Kit's Wilderness
by David Almond
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Monster
Series: R180 V2 EE
by Walter Dean Myers Illustrated by Christopher Myers

Young, black 16-year-old Steve Harmon, an amateur filmmaker, is on trial for the murder of a Harlem drugstore owner and could face the death penalty. Steve copes by writing a movie script based on his trial. But despite his efforts, reality is blurred until he can no longer tell who he is or what the truth is.

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