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Another roadside attraction
(Robbins, Tom)
A clairvoyant girl enthralled by the mysterious beauty of butterflies marries the son of Congo missionaries, and the newlyweds set up a roadside zoo
Genre(s):
Humorous fiction

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337 p

Kit Level: Adult

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Martin Marten
(Doyle, Brian, )
Dave is fourteen years old, living with his family in a cabin on Oregon's Mount Hood. Dave will soon enter high school, with adulthood and a future not far off - a future away from his mother, father, his precocious younger sister, and the wilderness where he's lived all his life. And Dave isn't the only one approaching adulthood and its freedoms. Martin, a pine marten, is leaving his own mother and siblings and heading out on his own as well. As Dave and Martin set off on their own adventures, their lives, paths, and trails will cross, weave, and blend.
Genre(s):
Teenage boys -- Fiction
American marten -- Fiction
Oregon Fiction

Pages:
309 p

Kit Level: Adult

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Your heart is a muscle the size of a fist: a novel
(Yapa, Sunil, )
On a rainy, cold day in November, young Victor--a nomadic, scrappy teenager who's run away from home--sets out to join the throng of WTO demonstrators determined to shut down the city. Over the course of one life-altering afternoon, the fates of seven people will change forever: foremost among them police Chief Bishop, the estranged father Victor hasn't seen in three years.
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Anti-globalization movement Washington (State) Seattle -- Fiction
Fathers and sons -- Fiction

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306 p

Kit Level: Adult

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