Books editi da Harpercollins con argomento Coming Of Age
edizioni Harpercollins collana Harpercollins (Library), 2010
Dewey Marriss is stuck in the middle of a crunch. He never guessed that the gas pumps would run dry the same week he promised to manage the family's bicycle-repair business. Suddenly everyone needs a bike. And nobody wants to wait. Meanwhile, the crunch has stranded Dewey's parents far up north with an empty fuel...
The Spook's Tale and Other Horrors
Arrasmith Patrick (ILT)
edizioni Harpercollins collana Harpercollins (Library), 2009
The Last Apprentice series follows the terrifying adventures of the Spook's apprentice, Thomas Ward. But Tom's is only one story. There are others. . . . The Spook himself was once an apprentice. How did he begin his training? And what of Alice, the young witch who is Tom's closest ally? How did she overcome her...
No Laughter Here
edizioni Harpercollins collana Harpercollins (Library), 2004
Even though they were born in different countries, Akilah and Victoria are true best friends. But Victoria has been acting strange ever since she returned from her summer in Nigeria, where she had a special coming-of-age ceremony. Why does proud Victoria, named for a queen, slouch at her desk and answer the teacher's...
edizioni Harpercollins collana Harpercollins (Hardcover), 2014
Sadie Jones, the award winning, bestselling author of The Uninvited Guests and The Outcast, explores the theater of love, the politics of theater, and the love of writing in this deeply romantic story about a young playwright in 1970s London.Leaving behind an emotionally disastrous childhood in a provincial northern...
Bringing the Boy Home
Nelson N. A.
edizioni Harpercollins collana Harpercollins (Library), 2008
"I've seen what the world does to the weak. It'll eat you alive." Tirio was cast out of the Takunami tribe at a very young age because of his disabled foot. But an American woman named Sara adopted him, and his life has only gotten better since. Now, as his thirteenth birthday approaches, things are nearly perfect....