In 1719, seventeen-year-old Mary Reade, who has spent most of her life disguised as a boy, decides to sail with the infamous pirates Anne Bonny and Calico Jack.
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In Victorian London, sixteen-year-old Felicity Cole is awaiting execution when she is rescued and taken to a secret spy school for the Tainted--those born with special physical and mental abilities.
"To escape his abusive stepdad, bad boy Ryan Hess runs from his tiny Texas border town to Mexico. But his plans to keep his head down and stay out of trouble are shattered the minute he meets the beautiful and totally out of his league Dalila Sandoval. Dalila Sandoval shouldn't even know someone like Ryan Hess. The daughter of one of the wealthiest lawyers in Mexico, Dalila is focused on studying and planning for her bright future. Ryan is only a distraction from her dreams, but she's never felt more alive than when she's by his side. Ryan and Dalila are wrong for each other in every way. And yet they can't resist the sparks that fly when they're together. But their love is like a flame burning too close to the fuse. Something is going to explode. Will their love be strong enough to survive? Or will it burn them both?" -- Amazon.
Evie and Emma are inseparable friends. They balance each other-- until Evie makes a flip decision that gets Emma in serious trouble. When Emma freezes Evie out, Evie is full of regret, and-- for the first time in her life-- entirely alone. Until she meets Theo, a boy who offers her a view of the world through a different lens. Just as she lets herself fall for Theo, Emma resurfaces, but her erratic behavior, drunken mishaps, and panicked phone calls leave Evie afraid there's something deeper going on. Can you help someone who doesn't want to be saved?
High school senior Hailey has to choose whether to risk her placement with a great family to pursue a relationship with her foster brother.
It was supposed to be a peace climb. That's what it was called when Peak Marcello was recruited to be part of a climbing team in Afghanistan. And it was supposed to be safe: far away from any fighting, with a private security force watching the climbers' backs. But just as the climb is getting started, the group is attacked. Peak and a few others are left behind, but most of the climbers are taken -- kidnapped -- including Peak's mom. Now Peak's on a mission to save his mom with nothing but a camel, his climbing skills, and a guy named Sarge with secrets of his own to help him. So much for peace.
Donatella Dragna has finally escaped her father and saved her sister, but she isn't yet free. She made a bargain with a criminal and owes him a secret near-impossible to uncover: Caraval Master Legend's true name.
In How I Resist, readers will find hope and support through voices that are at turns personal, funny, irreverent, and instructive. Not just for a young adult audience, this incredibly impactful collection will appeal to readers of all ages who are feeling adrift and looking for guidance.
When assassins ambush her best friend, Rielle Dardenne risks everything to save him, exposing herself as one of a pair of prophesied queens: a queen of light, and a queen of blood. To prove she is the Sun Queen, Rielle must endure seven elemental magic trials. If she fails, she will be executed...unless the trials kill her first.
Seventeen-year-old Eve isn't looking for trouble, she's too busy looking over her shoulder. The robot gladiator she spent months building has been reduced to a smoking wreck, she's on the local gangster's wanted list, and the only thing keeping her grandpa alive is the money she just lost to the bookies. Worst of all, she's discovered she can somehow destroy machines with the power of her mind, and a bunch of puritanical fanatics are building a coffin her size because of it. If she's ever had a worse day, Eve can't remember it. The problem is, Eve has had a worse day, one that lingers in her nightmares and the cybernetic implant where her memories used to be. Her discovery of a handsome android named Ezekiel will bring her world crashing down, and make her question whether her entire life is a lie.
Their curse might be broken, but big questions still lie ahead for the Sohma family. Now that Kyo is free to dream of his future, what will he make of it? Does growing up mean growing apart, or will his bond with Tohru only strengthen with time? Perhaps their first date will decide And at long last, the meaning of Kyoko's ominous words "I'll never forgive you" becomes clear.
To avoid his alcoholic mother's problems, Nick, seventeen, stays with his aunt's family near the Oregon coast, where he works at his uncle's car wash and falls into a complicated relationship.
Accused of committing a horrifying act, Zu goes on the run, forming an uncomfortable alliance with two mysterious Psi who she's not sure she can trust in order to clear her name and expose the evils underlying the country's recovery.
In an alternate world where women have no rights, two sisters face very different fates after an attempt to win the favor of the heir to the throne--one in the palace, the other on a volcanic prison island.
In this wordless graphic novel, a man leaves his homeland and sets off for a new country, where he must build a new life for himself and his family.
Sixteen-year-old Indy struggles to conceal that she is pregnant by rape and then, turned out by relatives, must find a way to survive on her own in Nassau.
During the 1960s, America became embroiled in an increasingly unpopular war fighting communism in Vietnam. Antiwar sentiment led to mass youth protests, which occasionally turned deadly. With the Soviet Union breaking up in the late 1980s, the United States was the sole superpower. But it quickly became the target of Islamist terrorism, as 9/11, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the War on Terror came to define the first two decades of the new millennium. At home, violence convulsed Waco, Oklahoma City, and Los Angeles, while gun massacres became a numbingly familiar occurrence. The troubled recent history of the United States is told with great attention to historic detail and with the help of an abundance of primary source materials.
Although America proclaimed its neutrality when World War II broke out in Europe in 1939, in just a few years it would not only be forced into the bloodiest conflict in world history but would also determine the war's outcome. The unimaginable horrors of the Holocaust were revealed when U.S. and Allied troops liberated concentration camps. Then, in 1945, the United States gave birth to the nuclear age when it dropped atomic bombs on Japan. In the "peace" that followed, the cold war and the arms race escalated, the Korean War broke out, and, at home, the civil rights movement took hold, resulting in anti-black violence and hate crimes, race riots, and political assassinations. This bloody and transformative period of American history is told in vivid detail with the help of an abundance of primary source materials.
This volume, rich with primary sources, traces the story of the United States from the first contact between Europeans and Native Americans to the American Revolution and through the gold rush. This is a history often characterized by conflict and violence. It is the story of the religious hysteria and violence of the Salem witch trials, the gradual expansion of the country across the continent, the ill treatment of Native Americans, and slavery. It is about how the values of the Founding Fathers laid down in the Bill of Rights have made for a more peaceful and fair country, but one that has not always lived up to its promises and ideals.
The 3D printing industry is expected to generate more than 21 billion dollars in revenue by 2020. Printers from the plastic-melting units in the classroom to aluminum-melting units in a factory are getting increasingly complex. This technology has become an important tool in the arts, in medicine, and in the aerospace, automotive, and other big industries. This book looks at all the different ways 3D printers can be used to make things for home, business, art, or industry, and how students can benefit from familiarizing themselves with this increasingly important technology.
A 3D printer can be of use to people in a vast variety of fields. This book details some of the many ways to put 3D printers to great use and it explains the field's best practices. Readers are provided with an overview of materials and their pros and cons, and troubleshooting tips.
Many schools and makerspaces have a 3D printer available to use. This book covers a surprising variety of ways that the beginning printer can get started using it, whether it's for a science project, to replace a broken piece for something at home, an art class, or for the school play. This book will help turn anyone into a 3D printer enthusiast.
Most students will work with a plastic when making things with a 3D printer, but that is only scratching the surface of materials that can be used in these machines. This book takes a look at the different materials that can be used by 3D printers, what those materials can make, and the advantages and disadvantages for each.
Seventeen-year-old Kitty, still grieving for her late boyfriend, is sucked into the dark, twisted world of the Life and Death Parade, a group that explores the veil between life and death.
The United States was born in the violence of revolution, and it experienced equally violent growing pains that resulted in the Civil War. That conflict would be particularly bloody, with more American lives lost than in both World Wars combined. Following the end of the war, the violence of the Reconstruction era, the Jim Crow South, and ongoing Indian wars continued to convulse the former Confederacy. As a battered nation emerged into the twentieth century, World War I and the rise of organized crime awaited. This exceptionally bloody and difficult period of American history is told in vivid detail with the help of an abundance of primary source materials.