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He finally gains some breathing room, and, calling out, discovers that his father is near. Eliezer falls asleep to this music, and when he wakes he finds Juliek dead, his violin smashed. After three days without bread and water, there is another selection. In the confusion that follows, both Eliezer and his father are able to sneak back over to the other side. The prisoners are taken to a field, where a train of roofless cattle cars comes to pick them up. The prisoners are herded into the cattle cars and ordered to throw out the bodies of the dead men.
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The train travels for ten days and nights, and the Jews go unfed, living on snow. As they pass through German towns, some of the locals throw bread into the car in order to enjoy watching the Jews kill each other for the food. Eliezer then flashes forward to an experience he has after the Holocaust, when he sees a rich Parisian tourist in Aden a city in Yemen throwing coins to native boys. Eliezer then returns to his narration of the German townspeople throwing bread on the train.
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An old man manages to grab a piece, but Eliezer watches as he is attacked and beaten to death by his own son, who in turn is beaten to death by other men. One night, someone tries to strangle Eliezer in his sleep. Meir Katz is among the dead. In these sections, we are told two particularly striking stories about sons and fathers. They examine the way that the Holocaust tests father-son bonds. Night by: Elie Wiesel.
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Or so everyone in Omaha thinks. In reality, Oliver's a mad evil genius on his way to world domination, and he's used his great brain to make himself the third-richest person on earth! Then Oliver's father, and archnemesis, makes a crack about the upcoming middle school election, and Oliver takes it as a personal challenge. He'll run, and he'll win! Turns out, though, that overthrowing foreign dictators is actually way easier than getting kids to like you.
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Can this evil genius win the class presidency and keep his true identity a secret, all in time to impress his dad? Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta "Now on the cusp of manhood, Finnikin, who was a child when the royal family of Lumatere was brutally murdered and replaced by an imposter, reluctantly joins forces with an enigmatic young novice and fellow-exile, who claims that her dark dreams will lead them to a surviving royal child and a way to regain the throne of Lumatere.
Pearson "In the not-too-distant future, when biotechnological advances have made synthetic bodies and brains possible but illegal, a seventeen-year-old girl, recovering from a serious accident and suffering from memory lapses, learns a startling secret about her existence. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne "Bored and lonely after his family moves from Berlin to a place called 'Out-With' in , Bruno, the son of a Nazi officer, befriends a boy in striped pajamas who lives behind a wire fence.
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I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore "In rural Ohio, friendships and a beautiful girl prove distracting to a fifteen-year-old who has hidden on Earth for ten years waiting to develop the Legacies, or powers, he will need to rejoin the other six surviving Garde members and fight the Mogadorians who destroyed their planet, Lorien. He's 23 years old, in a rock band, between jobs, and dating a cute high school girl.
Everything's awesome until a seriously mind-blowing delivery girl named Ramona Flowers enters his life. The Vampire's Assistant : And Other Tales from the Cirque Du Freak by Darren Shan "Two boys who are best friends visit an illegal freak show, where an encounter with a vampire and a deadly spider forces them to make life-changing choices. Flipped by Wendelin Van Draanen "In alternating chapters, two teenagers describe how their feelings about themselves, each other, and their families have changed over the years.
Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson "Eighteen-year-old Lia comes to terms with her best friend's death from anorexia as she struggles with the same disorder. Split by Swati Avasthi "A teenaged boy thrown out of his house by his abusive father goes to live with his older brother, who ran away from home years ago to escape the abuse. Hate List by Jennifer Brown "Sixteen-year-old Valerie, whose boyfriend Nick committed a school shooting at the end of their junior year, struggles to cope with integrating herself back into high school life, unsure herself whether she was a hero or a villain.
After by Amy Efaw "In complete denial that she is pregnant, straight-A student and star athlete Devon Davenport leaves her baby in the trash to die, and after the baby is discovered, Devon is accused of attempted murder. This Gorgeous Game by Donna Freitas "Seventeen-year-old Olivia Peters, who dreams of becoming a writer, is thrilled to be selected to take a college fiction seminar taught by her idol, Father Mark, but when the priest's enthusiasm for her writing develops into something more, Olivia shifts from wonder to confusion to despair.
Identical by Ellen Hopkins "Despite being identical twins, the struggles and pressures of being a member of a powerful family has taken their toll on the girls, but when the drugs, anger, and pain become too much for one, the other will have to step up to help restore peace and stability to the sister she loves.
Lessons from a Dead Girl by Jo Knowles "After her former friend Leah dies in an automobile accident, Laine remembers their troubled relationship, dating back to elementary school when Leah convinced Laine to 'practice' in the closet with her, and Leah controlled her every thought. Three months after her best friend's suicide, Caitlin finds what she left instead: a journal, hidden under Caitlin's bed.
The Tension of Opposites by Kristina McBride "After Tessa's best friend Noelle is kidnapped, Tessa becomes depressed and isolated, and even after Noelle returns two years later, neither of their lives are the same again and rediscovering their best-friendship is a struggle. Cut by Patricia McCormick "While confined to a mental hospital, thirteen-year-old Callie slowly comes to understand some of the reasons behind her self-mutilation, and gradually starts to get better.
The Knife that Killed Me by Anthony McGowan "Paul Varderman, a secondary student in an English Catholic School, is a loner until, just as he is becoming friends with 'the freaks,' the school bully encourages Paul to join his gang and gives him a knife to carry as an incentive. Nobel Genes by Rune Michaels "A boy whose manic-depressive mother has always told him that his father won a Nobel Prize, spends his time taking care of her and searching for clues to the identity of the Nobel Prize-winning sperm donor, eventually finding a truth he must learn to accept.
By the Time You Tead This, I'll Be Dead by Julie Anne Peters "High school student Daelyn Rice, who's been bullied throughout her school career and has more than once attempted suicide, again makes plans to kill herself, in spite of the persistent attempts of an unusual boy to draw her out. Scars by Cheryl Rainfield "Fifteen-year-old Kendra, a budding artist, has not felt safe since she began to recall devastating memories of childhood sexual abuse, especially since she cannot remember her abuser's identity, and she copes with the pressure by cutting herself.
A Blue So Dark by Holly Schindler "As Missouri fifteen-year-old Aura struggles alone to cope with the increasingly severe symptoms of her mother's schizophrenia, she wishes only for a normal life, but fears that her artistic ability and genes will one day result in her own insanity. Cloaked by Alex Flinn "Seventeen-year-old Johnny is approached at his family's struggling shoe repair shop in a Miami, Florida, hotel by Alorian Princess Victoriana, who asks him to find her brother who was turned into a frog.
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A Kiss in Time by Alex Flinn "Sixteen-year-old Princess Talia persuades seventeen-year-old Jack, the modern-day American who kissed her awake after a year sleep, to take her to his Miami home, where she hopes to win his love before the witch who cursed her can spirit her away. Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale "Fifteen-year-old Dashti, sworn to obey her sixteen-year-old mistress, the Lady Saren, shares Saren's years of punishment locked in a tower, then brings her safely to the lands of her true love, where both must hide who they are as they work as kitchen maids.
Spindle's End by Robin McKinley "The infant princess Briar Rose is cursed on her name day by Pernicia, an evil fairy, and then whisked away by a young fairy to be raised in a remote part of a magical country, unaware of her real identity and hidden from Pernicia's vengeful powers. Storyteller by Edward Myers "Jack, a seventeen-year-old storyteller, goes to the royal city seeking his fortune and soon attracts the attention of the grief-stricken king, his beautiful eldest daughter, and his cruel young son, and he attempts to help them--and the entire kingdom--through his stories.
Sirena by Donna Jo Napoli "The gods grant immortality to the mermaid Sirena when she rescues a human man from the sea and they fall in love, but his mortality creates great conflict between love and honor when he is called to defend Greece in the Trojan War. Zel by Donna Jo Napoli "Based on the fairy tale Rapunzel, the story is told in alternating chapters from the point of view of Zel, her mother, and the prince, and delves into the psychological motivations of the characters.
East by Edith Pattou "A young woman journeys to a distant castle on the back of a great white bear who is the victim of a cruel enchantment. Here Lies Arthur by Philip Reeve "When her village is attacked and burned, Gwyna seeks protection from the bard Myrddin, who uses Gwyna in his plan to transform young Arthur into the heroic King Arthur. The Grimm Legacy by Polly Shulman "New York high school student Elizabeth gets an after-school job as a page at the "New-York Circulating Material Repository," and when she gains coveted access to its Grimm Collection of magical objects, she and the other pages are drawn into a series of frightening adventures involving mythical creatures and stolen goods.
Tithe and Ironside sequel by Holly Black "Sixteen-year-old Kaye, who has been visited by faeries since childhood, discovers that she herself is a magical faerie creature with a special destiny. Graceling by Kristin Cashore "In a world where some people are born with extreme and often-feared skills called Graces, Katsa struggles for redemption from her own horrifying Grace, the Grace of killing, and teams up with another young fighter to save their land from a corrupt king.
Tender Morsels by Margo Lanagan "A young woman who has endured unspeakable cruelties is magically granted a safe haven apart from the real world and allowed to raise her two daughters in this alternate reality, until the barrier between her world and the real one begins to break down. How to Ditch Your Fairy by Justine Larbalestier "In a world in which everyone has a personal fairy who tends to one aspect of daily life, fourteen-year-old Charlie decides she does not want hers--a parking fairy--and embarks on a series of misadventures designed to rid herself of the invisible sprite and replace it with a better one, like her friend Rochelle's shopping fairy.
Heroes of the Valley by Jonathon Stroud "When young Halli Sveinsson plays a trick on Ragnor of the House of Hakonsson, he sets in motion a chain of events that will forever alter his destiny, forcing him to leave home and go on a hero's quest where he encounters highway robbers, terrifying monsters, and a girl who may finally be his match.
Impossible by Nancy Werlin When seventeen-year-old Lucy discovers her family is under an ancient curse by an evil Elfin Knight, she realizes to break the curse she must perform three impossible tasks before her daughter is born in order to save them both. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian by Sherman Alexie "Budding cartoonist Junior leaves his troubled school on the Spokane Indian Reservation to attend an all-white farm town school where the only other Indian is the school mascot.
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Into the Wild Nerd Yonder by Julie Halpern "When high school sophomore Jessie's long-term best friend transforms herself into a punk and goes after Jessie's would-be boyfriend, Jessie decides to visit "the wild nerd yonder" and seek true friends among classmates who play Dungeons and Dragons. I am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I Want to be Your Class President by Josh Lieb "In Omaha, Nebraska, twelve-year-old Oliver Watson has everyone convinced that he's extremely stupid and lazy, but he's actually a very wealthy, evil genius, and when he decides to run for seventh-grade class president, nothing will stand in his way.
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Sleeping Freshman Never Lie by David Lubar "While navigating his first year of high school and awaiting the birth of his new baby brother, Scott loses old friends and gains some unlikely new ones as he hones his skills as a writer. Pirates of the Retail Wasteland by Adam Selzer "When eighth-grader Leon decides what to do for his project in the gifted program, it involves coffee houses, pirates, and filmmaking. The Geek Girl's Guide to Cheerleading by Charity Tahmaseb and Darcy Vance "Having left her geek status behind after earning a spot on the varsity cheerleading team, Bethany realizes that popularity has its own problems and so must use her mind to handle the rituals and rules imposed upon her by her new friends.
Spanking Shakespeare by Jake Wizner "Shakespeare Shapiro navigates a senior year fraught with feelings of insecurity while writing the memoir of his embarrassing life, worrying about his younger brother being cooler than he is, and having no prospects of ever getting a girlfriend. The Six Rules of Maybe by Deb Caletti "Scarlet, an introverted high school junior surrounded by outcasts who find her a good listener, learns to break old patterns and reach for hope when her pregnant sister moves home with her new husband, with whom Scarlet feels an instant connection.
Getting Revenge on Lauren Wood by Eileen Cook "In eighth grade, Lauren publicly betrayed her best friend Helen and humiliated her so badly that Helen moved away, but as Lauren starts her senior year of high school, Helen returns with a new appearance and a plot to get revenge. My Invisible Boyfriend by Susie Day "In a British alternative high school, fifteen-year-old Heidi stands out in many ways, but when she invents a boyfriend--complete with online profile--her friends turn to him for advice and she must decide how far she is willing to go to find acceptance.
Things I Know about Love by Kate Le Vann "Seventeen-year-old Livia Stowe travels from England to Princeton, New Jersey, to visit her brother who is studying there and to celebrate her recovery from a year-long struggle with leukemia, and while she is there she writes a blog about her experiences, which include falling in love. Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver "After she dies in a car crash, teenage Samantha relives the day of her death over and over again until, on the seventh day, she finally discovers a way to save herself. Mostly Good Girls by Leila Sales "Sixteen-year-olds Violet and Katie, best friends since seventh grade despite differences in their family backgrounds and abilities, are pulled apart during their junior year at Massachusetts' exclusive Westfield School.
Confessions of the Sullivan Sisters by Natalie Standiford "Upon learning on Christmas Day that their rich and imperious grandmother may soon die and disown the family unless the one who offended her deeply will confess, each of the three Sullivan sisters sets down her offenses on paper. Sweethearts by Sara Zarr "After losing her soul mate, Cameron, when they were nine, Jennifer, now seventeen, transformed herself from the unpopular fat girl into the beautiful and popular Jenna, but Cameron's unexpected return dredges up memories that cause both social and emotional turmoil.
The Vast Fields of Ordinary by Nick Burd "The summer after graduating from an Iowa high school, eighteen-year-old Dade Hamilton watches his parents' marriage disintegrate, ends his long-term, secret relationship, comes out of the closet, and savors first love.