High School

Shooting Star

By Fredrick McKissack, Jr.

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Jomo Rogers, a naturally talented athlete, starts taking performance enhancing drugs in order to be an even better high school football player, but finds his life spinning out of control as his game improves.
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Undercover

By Beth Kephart

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High school sophomore Elisa is used to observing while going unnoticed except when classmates ask her to write love notes for them, but a teacher's recognition of her talent, a "client's" desire for her friendship, a love of ice skating, and her parent's marital problems draw her out of herself.
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ttyl

By Lauren Myracle

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Chronicles, in "instant message" format, the day-to-day experiences, feelings, and plans of three friends, Zoe, Maddie, and Angela, as they begin tenth grade.

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Confessions of a NOT IT Girl

By Melissa Kantor

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High school senior Jan Miller is convinced she's destined for the world's least fabulous life because she doesn't have IT. But, maybe, just maybe, being a Not It Girl will turn out to have some major rewards.hi

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Truth or Dairy

By Catherine Clark

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High school senior Courtney Von Dragen Smith--middle child, product of divorce, would-be vegetarian--is dumped by her boyfriend, because he's off to college. Can she keep her vow to give up guys and focus on friends, school, and her job at Truth or Dairy?

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The Boyfriend List: (15 Guys, 11 Shrink Appointments, 4 Ceramic Frogs, and Me, Ruby Oliver)

By E. Lockhart

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A Seattle fifteen-year-old explains some of the reasons for her recent panic attacks, including breaking up with her boyfriend, losing all her girlfriends, tensions between her performance-artist mother and her father, and more.

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Teen Idol

By Meg Cabot

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When teenage heartthrob Luke Stryker shows up at a small-town Indiana high school to do research for a movie role, he persuades junior Jenny Greenley to use her considerable talents to try to change things at school for the better.
 

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Gallows Hill

By Lois Duncan

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When seventeen-year-old Sarah works in the fortune-telling booth at a school carnival, she finds that sometimes she can really see the future in the crystal ball, a talent that disturbs some of the other students and makes them suspect her of being a witch.

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The Blue Girl

By Charles De Lint

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On her first day of school in a new town, Imogene meets Maxine, an outcast, and is targeted by a group of popular bullies. The two become friends despite their polar personalities; Imogene is bold and brash where Maxine is mousy and quiet. When Imogene notices a pale boy watching her, she asks about him and learns the story of Ghost–actually Adrian–another outcast who was harassed by cliques, died under mysterious circumstances a few years earlier, and now haunts the school. His only companions are a handful of amoral fairies. He convinces them to show themselves to Imogene, but this draws the soul-sucking anamithim to her, endangering her life and the people she loves.
 

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Vampire High

By Douglas Rees

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Cody’s move from California to New Sodom, Massachusetts, is a dead loss, until he begins to understand why he’s an outsider among the other students at his new school, the well-endowed, aptly named Vlad Dracul High.

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