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    In the Old Kingdom, death is the exact opposite of permanent. All kinds of creatures lurk in the nine gates before Final Death, lying in wait for any opportunity to drag themselves back into life, desperate to consume what they have lost. All kinds of people, no longer quite human, are more than wil...
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    Claudia Kincaid, age eleven, is running away from home. She already has it all planned out, in fact. She leaves her unappreciative family, her annoying little brothers, and her straight-A grades for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she will live in luxury, surrounded by some of the best art in ...
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    Eugenides the thief boasts he can steal anything, and that’s true enough. The problem comes with getting away with it—after stealing the King of Sounis’s royal seal, it’s probably not a good idea to brag about it in a random wine shop unless you really want to end up languishing for months i...
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    Like a chick-flick in book form, this book is a kinda-sweet, sometimes-sad, often-funny romantic comedy starring twelve-year-old Willa Havisham, daughter of a glamorous wedding-planner. Ever since her father died before she was even born, her mother has been cold, successful, and determined to make ...
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    Sure, we all know the story of King Arthur: the guy who pulls the sword out of the rock, beats up a bunch of people with the aid of a wizard, and can’t seem to hang on to his wife. But in this uniquely unique take on a tale shrouded in folklore, the whole story is told, beginning to end, from the...
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    Artemis Fowl, twelve-year-old genius and Irish criminal mastermind, has found the perfect crime. He’s the ideal candidate for the mission—old enough to be ruthless, young enough to believe. Believe in what, you ask? Why, fairies, of course. However, Holly Short, the only female officer in all...
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    This is an anthology—a collection of short stories. It is an epic anthology, arguing out an age-old question: zombies, or unicorns? Which is more awesome? Which is more versatile? Which is more symbolic in deep, meaningful literature? And most importantly of all, which is worse: to be ridden with ...
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    It is the year 1687, and 16-year-old Kit Tyler has just arrived in Connecticut after the death of her grandfather, to find her aunt. She has spent her whole life on the sunny, tropical island of Barbados, free-spirited and impulsive, and the gray, dreary, and above all restrictive attitude of the Ne...
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    There are no such things as coincidences. So when a priceless Vermeer painting is stolen en route to Chicago amid recurring frogs, mysterious letter-deliveries, and their sixth-grade class’s art unit, Calder Pillay and Petra Andalee know what they have to do. Strange dreams, blue m&ms, and ...
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    It is Afghanistan, the 1970s, and Amir is the young son of a successful Kabul businessman, followed everywhere by his faithful best friend Hassan. Amir’s only wish is to impress his father, even though Hassan is willing to do anything for him—take Amir’s punishment when they get into trouble, ...
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    Annabel Greene is the girl who has it all. She’s popular, beautiful, a model, in fact. Then things start falling apart, starting with her anorexic sister and ending with the entire school abandoning her. And that’s not even the worst of it. She has more than enough issues, but she isn’t tellin...
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    Odds are you’ve heard of the anime adaptation of this book. But did you know it was originally a novel by a British author? Sophie is the eldest daughter of a hatter in the magical kingdom of Ingary, so she knows she’s destined to a nice, boring life while her younger sisters seek their fort...
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    This book is more or less what the subtitle says: a Modern Faerie Tale. 16-year-old Kaye Fierch has spent her life traveling with her mom, a wannabe rocker, but after a creepy murder attempt by her mother's boyfriend, she returns to her grandmother's boring New Jersey suburb. Aside from her messed-u...
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    Bobby Pendragon is maybe more popular and athletic than most, maybe unique in being best friends with a nerd and crushing on a girl with whom he has a long-standing rivalry, but still a normal 14-year-old boy in the end. This is, until his eccentric Uncle Press shows up and drags him through a gatew...
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    Roy Eberhardt has arrived at yet another new school, this time in Florida. It’s the same old, same old—get teased, get bullied, sit in the corner alone. Meanwhile, acts of vandalism are being commited at Mother Paula’s All-American Pancake Corporation’s construction site. One day, the reside...
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    In the Chicago Yellow Pages, there is an entry that reads Harry Dresden, professional wizard. Yes, he does magic. No, he does not do birthday parties. No, he is not a fake. If he was, maybe he wouldn’t be attacked by homicidal sadistic monsters quite so often. But Harry has long resigned himself t...
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    This is a story about teenage love, beginning the day Bryce Loski moved in at the beginning of second grade and his across-the-street neighbor Juli Baker fell in love with him at first sight. He was cute and shy and silently sarcastic; she was quirky and intelligent and also kind of stalkerish when ...
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    First of all: don’t laugh at the title. It was the author’s first book, and it was published in the ‘80s, okay? So, anyways, this book takes place in the fantasy kingdom of Tortall, of the traditional knights-and-mages-and-magical-creatures variety. And our heroine is Alanna of Trebond, who at...
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    Far in Earth’s future, our planet has already barely survived two invasions from an alien race, but a third encounter is inevitable. For the sake of humanity, the entire world tests their children and sends their geniuses at a very young age to the Battle School, where they are trained to one day ...
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    Samuel Edward Ratchett, a rich and unsavory American millionaire, has been found dead of multiple stab wounds overnight. The twist is that he is on the Orient Express, a train currently stuck in a snowbank in Serbia in the 1930’s, aka the middle of nowhere. No one can get on or off. There are 14 o...
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    Nancy Kingston, age 15, was the daughter of a rich British merchant in the early 1700’s, until her father died and her brother tried to force her into an arranged marriage with a wealthy Brazilian to pay off his gambling debts. Problem is, Nancy’s already in love with a sailor—and, besides, Ba...
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    By definition, magicians are ambitious, vengeful schemers, and this main character – a young magician named Nathaniel – fits the bill perfectly. Too bad, then, that all magicians' power comes by summoning demons, and that Bartimaeus is the djinn who has been coerced into doing Nathaniel's ...
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    Mica Area High School in Arizona is a place where conformity is the ultimate goal. Thus, everyone is confounded by the arrival of Stargirl – homeschooled, unique, wearing everything from ­kimonos to buckskin, bringing a ukulele to school, and being nice to absolutely everyone. The story is na...
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    Stormbreaker is most easily described as a James Bond movie in written form and starring a teenager. Filled with dastardly monologuing villains, incredible high-tech gadgets, and many varied and unique methods of killing people, this book is an action-packed non-stop thriller. Alex Rider, orphan...
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    In another universe swam the great star-turtle A’Tuin…upon whose shell stood four elephants…holding up the flat planet of the Discworld, whose creators apparently have more imagination than common sense. And in the city of Ankh-Morpork, the Discworld’s most cowardly resident and worst wi...

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