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"Surviving the Applewhites" by Stephanie S. Tolan is a book about a 13-year-old boy sent to live with an eccentric family after he is kicked out of school. Though he initially thinks the move will give him more freedom t... More »

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"Woods Runner" takes place in 1776 and follows a 13-year-old boy named Samuel Smith. Samuel lives in Pennsylvania, but must rescue his parents when British soldiers capture them. With the help of those he meets on the wa... More »

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The book "Angela's Ashes" is a memoir about the author's life of poverty living in Ireland and his eventual move to the United States to start his adult life, notes SparkNotes. The book was written by Frank McCourt in 19... More »

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Reviews for the book "Orphan Train," by Christina Baker Kline can be found in news articles, literary journals, and on websites devoted to literature. Reviews can also be found on the sites of some book sellers such as B... More »

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Information about James Patterson book signings and other appearances can be found on the Calendar page of JamesPatterson.com. Patterson's website also issues a newsletter with announcements about new signing dates. More »

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Linda Lael Miller's book, "McKettrick's Choice," made it to the 15th spot on the New York Times bestseller's book list. Miller has written more than 100 books throughout her long career. More »

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Books by Janet Dailey include "Calder Born, Calder Bred," "AR-Valley of the Vapours," "Silver Wings Santiago Blue," "The Best Way to Lose" and "The Not Forgotten War." Her first book was released in 1974, and she primari... More »

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