- THE INSIDE STORY ON TEEN GIRLS
Designed so that one cover opens to a section for parents and, flipped over, the other cover opens to a section for teens, the book treats the most common questions surrounding parenting and adolescent development.
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- Surface Children - A Book of Short Stories
This collection of brash shorts from blogger Blake covers everything from broken relationships to vanity and horror.
- Losing Jon: A Teen's Tragic Death, a Police Cover-Up, a Community's Fight for Justice
Parrish debuts with a riveting personal story about a tragic death.
- A Christmas Advent Story
Technicalities aside, Tolson’s folk art–style, digitally created images feature quaint, wintry scenes of a bustling, snow-covered, small-town streetscape, as well as a cozily appointed house, where cookie baking, tree decorating, and gift wrapping are on the to-do list.
- The Story of Muhammed Ali
Ali's triumphs and setbacks are covered, including the bitter irony of being welcomed home as an Olympic Gold Medalist and local hero while being refused service at a Louisville lunch counter.
- Love Flute: Story and Illustrations
Goble writes with a poetic energy, a graceful enthusiasm of ``love songs carried by the breezes into the tipi circle from the surrounding pine-covered ridges and grassy hills.''
- Anthem: An American Road Story
Their cover letter to prospective interviewees explains that the goal of the film is "to compose an `anthem' about the promise and sickness of this country."
- Pumpkinflowers: A Soldier's Story
Friedman’s personal reflections alternate with a history of Israel’s conflict in Lebanon, which he refers to as an unnamed and forgotten war, as he covers civilian sentiment, political responses to war and protest, and military strategy through the period.
- Citicorp: The Story of a Bank in Crisis
Also missing is detailed comparative material covering other money center banks and the growth of super-regional banks.
- The Christmas Story: The Brick Bible for Kids
Each page contains a Lego illustration, with the author’s customized details (the three magi, for example, wear head coverings, and one sports a snowy-white beard), and a few lines of straightforward text.
- Terror Is Our Business: Dana Roberts' Casebook of Horrors
In “The Case of the Lighthouse Shambler,” Roberts, a special guest at a story club, shares striking details about banishing a malevolent presence.
- The Truth That Lies Between
McComb neatly combines a coming-of-age story with a whodunit in his promising debut.
- Illusions of Privacy: Murder, Identity Theft & the American Way
The dupe lasts into Cici/Brooke’s middle age; this story is her confession to Brooke’s family and to her friends and family for decades of deception.
- Galley Talk: A Whole Nother Story
To top it all off, intermittent chapters of “unsolicited advice” on vehicle safety, choosing a doctor, tattoos, and gift-giving provide enough satire to have readers laughing out loud from cover to cover.