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Monday, April 26, 2010

I, Sniper: A Bob Lee Swagger Novel (Bob Lee Swagger Novels) by Stephen Hunter

"[I, Sniper] will leave even unsympathetic readers gasping." -- Bill Ott, Booklist (Starred Review)

Ellis Island Interviews by Peter M. Coan and Peter Morton Coan

Well presented and expectedly poignant -- Publishers Weekly, October 6, 1997

Willow by Julia Hoban

In this novel that is in part a love story, Hoban takes readers on an intense journey that allows them to see a cutter's painful reality. --School Library Journal

The Mission by Jason Myers

Kaden, 15, gets a letter from his older brother and best friend, mailed after he was killed in Iraq. Kenny urges Kaden to "go see what…is out there," so Kaden leaves his parents and girlfriend behind in rural Iowa and spends a wild and life-changing week in San Francisco with his cousin James, a successful author.

The House of Dies Drear by Virginia Hamilton

A huge, old house with secret tunnels, a cantankerous caretaker, and buried treasure is a dream-come-true for 13-year-old Thomas. The fact that it's reputedly haunted only adds to its appeal! As soon as his family moves in, Thomas senses something strange about the Civil War era house, which used to be a critical stop on the Underground Railroad.

If I Stay by Gayle Forman

The last normal moment that Mia, a talented cellist, can remember is being in the car with her family. Then she is standing outside her body beside their mangled Buick and her parents' corpses, watching herself and her little brother being tended by paramedics.

The Den of Shadows Quartet by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

In the Forests of the Night
Demon in My View
Shattered Mirror
Midnight Predator