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 Books on Cassette

 Updated 03-30-05

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Go ask Alice. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, Inc.,
p1996. Narrated by Christina Moore. Based on the diary of
a fifteen-year-old drug user chronicling her struggle to
escape the pull of the drug world.



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Albom, Mitch, 1958-. The five people you meet in heaven. [New
York : Prince Frederick, Md. : Hyperion Audiobooks] ;
Distributed by Recorded Books, [2003]. Read by Erik Singer.
A novel that explores the unexpected connections between
listeners' lives and the idea that heaven is more than a
place.

AV F 
Allende, Isabel. Portrait in sepia. New York : Prince
Frederick, Md. : Harper Audio ; distributed by Recorded
Books, [2001]. Performed by Blair Brown. Portrait in Sepia
is both an historical novel set at the end of the nineteenth
century in Chile and a family saga peopled by characters
from Daughter of Fortune and The House of the Spirits, two
of Allende's most celebrated novels.

AV F 
Atkins, Catherine. Alt ed. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2003. Narrated by Johanna Parker. Shy, overweight
Susan Calloway knows she has nothing in common with the five
other students in the after school group counseling sessions
she's forced to attend to avoid expusion. But as they
verbally attack one another and defend their own viewpoints,
they begin to understand that none of their lives are as
simple and straightforward as they appear on the surface.

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Atwater-Rhodes, Amelia. Hawksong. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2004. Narrated by Jennifer Ikeda. In a
land that has been at war so long that no one remembers the
reason for fighting, the shapeshifters who rule the two
factions agree to marry in the hope of bringing peace,
despite deep-seated fear and distrust of each other.




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Avi, 1937-. The man who was Poe. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1995. Narrated by George Guidall. In
Providence, R.I., in 1848, Edgar Allan Poe reluctantly
investigates the problems of eleven-year-old Edmund, whose
family has mysteriously disappeared and whose story suggests
a new Poe tale with a ghastly final twist.

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Avi, 1937-. Something upstairs. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1992. Narrated by George Guidall. When he moves
from Los Angeles to Providence, Rhode Island, Kenny
discovers that his new house is haunted by the spirit of a
black slave boy who asks Kenny to return with him to the
early nineteenth century and prevent his murder by slave
traders.

AV F 
Avi, 1937-. The true confessions of Charlotte Doyle. Prince
Frederick, MD : Recorded Books, p1992. Narrated by
Alexandra O'Karma. As the lone "young lady" on a
transatlantic voyage in 1832, Charlotte learns that the
captain is murderous and the crew rebellious.

AV F 
Avi, 1937-. Wolf rider. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded Books,
p1992. Narrated by Richard Ferrone. After receiving an
apparent crank call from a man claiming to have committed
murder, fifteen-year-old Andy finds his close relationship
with his father crumbling as he struggles to make everyone
believe him.

AV F 
Ayres, Katherine. North by night. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Christina Moore. 
Presents the journal of a sixteen-year-old girl whose family
operates a stop on the Underground Railroad.

AV F 
Bauer, Joan, 1951-. Thwonk. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1996. Narrated by Christina Moore. A cupid doll
comes to life and offers romantic assistance to A.J., a
teenage photographer suffering from unrequited love.

AV F 
Bennett, Cherie. Life in the fat lane. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1999. Narrated by Christina Moore. 
Sixteen-year-old Lara, winner of beauty pageants and
Homecoming Queen, is distressed and bewildered when she
starts gaining weight and becomes a fat girl.

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Bragg, Rick. Ava's man. New York : Prince Frederick, Md. :
Random House Audio ; distributed by Recorded Books, [2001]. 
Read by Rick Bragg. Bragg continues his personal history of
the Deep South with an evocation of his mother's childhood
in the Appalachian foothills during the Great Depression,
and the magnificent story of the man who raised her.

AV F 
Brooks, Bruce. The moves make the man. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1996. Narrated by Peter Francis James. A
black boy and an emotionally troubled white boy in North
Carolina form a precarious friendship.

AV F 
Bunting, Eve, 1928-. Jumping the Nail. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1999. Narrated by Julie Dretzin. When
teenagers in a California coastal community challenge each
other to "jump the Nail"--leap from dangerous cliffs into
the ocean--group pressure and manipulative relationships
quickly drive the game out of control.

AV F 
Chevalier, Tracy. Girl with a pearl earring. Prince Frederick,
Md. : Recorded Books, p2000. Narrated by Ruth Ann
Phimister. In 1664, sixteen-year-old Griet enters the
Vermeer household as a servant. Daughter of a Delft tile
maker, she has a natural eye for color and design. Daily,
she cleans the studio, learning much about how Vermeer sees
the people he paints. As his attention focuses on her, she
slowly becomes one of his subjects.

AV F 
Coben, Harlan, 1962-. Tell no one. New York : Prince Frederick,
Md. : Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio ; distributed by Recorded
Books, [2001]. Narrated by Steven Weber. For Dr. David
Beck, the loss was shattering. And every day for the past
eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened. The
gleaming lake. The pale moonlight. The piercing screams. The
night his wife was taken. The last night he saw her alive.

AV F 
Cooney, Caroline B. Driver's Ed. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1996. Narrated by George Guidall. Three
teenagers' lives are changed forever when they thoughtlessly
steal a stop sign from a dangerous intersection and a young
mother is killed in an automobile accident there.

AV F 
Cooney, Caroline B. The face on the milk carton. New York, N.Y.
: Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio, p1993. Read by Jodi Benson. 
A photograph of a missing girl on a milk carton leads Janie
on a search for her real identity.

AV F 
Cooney, Caroline B. Flight #116 is down. Prince Frederick, Md.
: Recorded Books, p1995. Narrated by George Guidall. 
Teenager Heidi Landseth helps rescue people from a plane
crash on her family's property, and the experience changes
her life forever.

AV F 
Cooney, Caroline B. Goddess of yesterday. Prince Frederick, Md.
: Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by Christina Moore.
Taken from her home on an Aegean island as a six-year-old
girl, Anaxandra calls on the protection of her goddess while
she poses as two different princesses over the next six
years, before ending up as a servant in the company of Helen
and Paris as they make their way to Troy.

AV F 
Cooney, Caroline B. The voice on the radio. Prince Frederick,
MD : Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. 
Fifteen-year-old Janie feels devastated when she discovers
that her boyfriend has betrayed her and her family through
his college radio program.

AV F 
Cooney, Caroline B. What child is this? : a Christmas story. 
Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p1997. Narrated by
Ed Sala. Christmas is coming and everyone around Liz
Kitchell is busy with preparations, but Liz feels empty
inside. As she reaches out to others, Liz discovers the true
joy of the season.

AV F 
Cooney, Caroline B. What Janie found. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. While
still adjusting to the reality of having two families, her
birth family and the family into which she was kidnapped as
a small child, seventeen-year-old Janie makes a shocking
discovery about her long-gone kidnapper.

AV F 
Cooney, Caroline B. Whatever happened to Janie? Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Alyssa
Bresnahan. The members of two families have their lives
disrupted when a teenage girl who had been kidnapped twelve
years earlier discovers that the people who raised her are
not her biological parents.

AV F 
Cormier, Robert. The chocolate war. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1993. Narrated by George Guidall. A high
school freshman discovers the devastating consequences of
refusing to join in the school's annual fund raising drive
and arousing the wrath of the school bullies.

AV F 
Cormier, Robert. The rag and bone shop. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Scott Shina. Trent, an
ace interrogator from Vermont, works to procure a confession
from an introverted twelve-year-old accused of murdering his
seven-year-old friend in Monument, Massachusetts.

AV F 
Cormier, Robert. We all fall down. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1994. Narrated by George Guidall. As The
Avenger searches for the teenage boys who trashed a house in
his neighborhood, Buddy, one of the trashers, increases his
drinking in order to cope with his parents' separation and
his obsession with the daughter of the owner of the
vandalized house.

AV SC 
Crutcher, Chris. Athletic shorts. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1995. Narrated by Frank Muller. Some of
the most amazing teenage athletes you'll ever meet are
waiting to talk to you. In six unforgettable stories, Chris
Crutcher captures the real world of teenagers facing tough
situations and doing their best--no matter what.

AV F 
Crutcher, Chris. Ironman. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1995. Narrated by George Guidall. While training
for a triathlon, seventeen-year-old Bo attends an anger
management group at school which leads him to examine his
relationship with his father.

AV F 
Crutcher, Chris. Staying fat for Sarah Byrnes. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Johnny
Heller. The daily class discussions about the nature of
man, the existence of God, abortion, organized religion,
suicide and other contemporary issues serve as a backdrop
for a high-school senior's attempt to answer a friend's
dramatic cry for help.

AV F 
Cushman, Karen. Catherine, called Birdy. Prince Frederick, Md.
: Recorded Books, p1996. Narrated by Jenny Sterlin. The
thirteen-year-old daughter of an English country knight
keeps a journal in which she records the events of her life,
particularly her longing for adventures beyond the usual
role of women and her efforts to avoid being married off.

AV F 
Cushman, Karen. The midwife's apprentice. Prince Frederick, MD
: Recorded Books, p1997. Narrated by Jenny Sterlin. In
medieval England, a nameless, homeless girl is taken in by a
sharp-tempered midwife, and in spite of obstacles and
hardship, eventually gains the three things she most wants:
a full belly, a contented heart, and a place in this world.

AV F 
DeFelice, Cynthia C. Weasel. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1998. Narrated by Jeff Woodman. Alone in the
frontier wilderness in the winter of 1839 while his father
is recovering from an injury, eleven-year-old Nathan runs
afoul of the renegade killer known as Weasel.

AV F 
Dessen, Sarah. The truth about forever. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2005. Narrated by Stina Nielsen. The
summer following her father's death, Macy plans to work at
the library and wait for her brainy boyfriend to return from
camp, but instead she goes to work at a catering business
where she makes new friends and finally faces her grief.

AV F 
Deuker, Carl. Heart of a champion. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1997. Narrated by Greg Longenhagen. Seth
faces a strain on his friendship with Jimmy, who is both a
baseball champion and something of an irresponsible fool,
when Jimmy is kicked off the team.

AV F 
Draper, Sharon M. (Sharon Mills). Darkness before dawn. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by Sisi
Aisha Johnson. Recovering from the recent suicide of her
ex-boyfriend, senior class president Keisha Montgomery finds
herself attracted to a dangerous, older man.

AV F 
Draper, Sharon M. (Sharon Mills). Romiette and Julio. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by Sisi
Aisha Johnson. Romiette, an African-American girl, and
Julio, a Hispanic boy, discover that they attend the same
high school after falling in love on the Internet, but are
harrassed by a gang whose members object to their
interracial dating.

AV F 
Draper, Sharon M. (Sharon Mills). Tears of a tiger. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by various
narrators. The night that changes everything in Andy's life
begins as a great time. His basketball team wins a big game,
and he and his best friend have some cold brews stashed in
the car, just waiting for the rolling party to begin.
Nothing anyone can say or do afterwards will convince Andy
that what happens next isn't his fault.

AV F 
Duncan, Lois, 1934-. Don't look behind you. Prince Frederick,
Md. : Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. 
Seventeen-year-old April finds her comfortable life changed
forever when death threats to her father, a witness in a
federal case, force her family to go into hiding.

AV F 
Duncan, Lois, 1934-. Killing Mr. Griffin. Prince Frederick, MD
: Recorded Books, p1997. Narrated by Ed Sala. A teenager
casually suggests playing a cruel trick on the English
teacher, but did he intend it to end with murder?.

AV F 
Duncan, Lois, 1934-. Stranger with my face. Prince Frederick,
Md. : Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. 
A seventeen-year-old senses she is being spied on and
probably impersonated, but when she discovers what actually
is occurring, it is more unbelievable than she ever
imagined.

AV F 
Duncan, Lois, 1934-. Summer of fear. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Ruth Ann Phimister. 
Soon after the arrival of cousin Julia, insidious
occurrences begin that convince Rachel she is a witch and
must be stopped before her total monstrous plan can be
effected.

AV F 
Farmer, Nancy, 1941-. The house of the scorpion. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by Robert
Ramirez. In a future where humans despise clones, Matt
enjoys special status as the young clone of El Patrón, the
142-year-old leader of a corrupt drug empire nestled between
Mexico and the United States.

AV F 
Fast, Howard, 1914-. April morning : [sound recording]. 
Charlotte Hall, MD : Recorded Books, p1988. Narrated by
Jamie Hanes. April 19, 1775 dawned clear and cold on
Lexington Common, where fifteen-year old Adam Cooper is
catapulted from childhood into maturity as he battles the
British troops.

AV F 
Fleischman, Paul. Bull Run. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1995. Narrated by various voices. Northerners,
Southerners, generals, couriers, dreaming boys, and worried
sisters describe the glory, the horror, the thrill, and the
disillusionment of the first battle of the Civil War.

AV F 
Fox, Paula. The slave dancer. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1993. Narrated by George Guidall. Kidnapped by the
crew of an Africa-bound ship, a thirteen-year-old boy
discovers to his horror that he is on a slaver and his job
is to play music for the exercise periods of the human
cargo.

AV F 
Frost, Helen, 1949-. Keesha's house. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2004. Narrated by various narrators. 
Seven teens facing such problems as pregnancy, closeted
homosexuality, and abuse each describe in poetic forms what
caused them to leave home and where they found home again.

AV SC 
Gallo, Donald R. No easy answers : short stories about teenagers
making tough choices. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1998. . Narrated by various narrators. A
collection of sixteen short stories, by Louise Plummer, M.E.
Kerr, Jack Gantos, and others, about teenagers in situations
that test their character.

AV F 
George, Jean Craighead, 1919-. Shark beneath the reef. Prince
Frederick, MD : Recorded Books, p1993. Narrated by Jeff
Woodman. On the Island of Coronado, a young Mexican
fisherman comes of age as he becomes aware of the politics,
corruption, and changes around him.

AV F 
Gordon, Sheila. Waiting for the rain : a novel of South Africa. 
Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by
Lisette Lecat. Chronicles nine years in the lives of two
South African youths--one black, one white--as their
friendship ends in a violent confrontation between student
and soldier.

AV F 
Haddix, Margaret Peterson. Don't you dare read this, Mrs.
Dunphrey. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded Books, p1997. 
Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. In the journal she is keeping
for English class, sixteen-year-old Tish chronicles the
changes in her life when her abusive father returns home
after a two-year absence.

AV F 
Haddon, Mark. The curious incident of the dog in the night-time.
Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by
Jeff Woodman. Despite his overwhelming fear of interacting
with people, Christopher, a mathematically-gifted, autistic
fifteen-year-old boy, decides to investigate the murder of a
neighbor's dog and uncovers secret information about his
mother.

AV F 
Halliday, John. Shooting monarchs. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by Jonathan Davis. A
troubled teenage girl and a physically disabled teeenage boy
follow paths in life that will lead them to a terrifying
encounter with each other.

AV F 
Hamilton, Virginia. The house of Dies Drear. Prince Frederick,
Md. : Recorded Books, p1995. Narrated by Lynne Thigpen. A
black family of five moves into an enormous house once used
as a hiding place for runaway slaves. Mysterious sounds and
events as well as the discovery of secret passageways make
the family believe they are in grave danger.

AV F 
Haruf, Kent. Plainsong. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books,
p1999. Narrated by Tom Stechschulte. A heartstrong story
of family and romance, tribulation and tenacity, set on the
High Plains east of Denver.

AV F 
Hillerman, Tony. The blessing way. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1990. Narrated by George Guidall. Young
Luis Horseman knifed a Mexican in Gallup, New Mexico and is
hiding out in the Lukachukai country canyons where neither
the Navajo Police nor his in-laws will find him. He would
have been better off if they had.

AV F 
Hinton, S. E. The outsiders. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1996. Narrated by Spike McClure. Three brothers
struggle to stay together after their parents' death, as
they search for an identity among the conflicting values of
their adolescent society in which they find themselves
"outsiders.".

AV F 
Hinton, S. E. Rumble fish. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1995. Narrated by Tom Stechschulte. A junior high
school boy idolizes his older brother, the coolest, toughest
guy in the neighborhood, and wants to be just like him.

AV F 
Hinton, S. E. Tex. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books,
p1999. Narrated by Jeff Woodman. At 15, Tex is spirited as
a wild mustang and good-natured as a pup. He and his
17-year-old brother Mason have been on their own since Pop
left for the summer rodeo tour. Come October, the money has
run out and still no Pop. None of this bothers Tex much --
until Mason sells Tex's horse to pay the bills. After that
things turn sour between the brothers. Tex is constantly
getting into trouble, but he resents Mace acting like a
parent. Friends like Johnny and his gorgeous sister Jamie
help Tex forget his problems. But when it all comes to a
head one day, the explosion that follows may cost Tex his
life.

AV F 
Hinton, S. E. That was then, this is now. Prince Frederick, MD
: Recorded Books, p1994. Narrated by Jeff Woodman. 
Sixteen-year-old Mark and Bryon have been like brothers
since childhood, but now, as their involvement with girls,
gangs, and drugs increases, their relationship seems to
gradually disintegrate.

AV F 
Hobbs, Will. Beardance. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books,
p1996. Accelerated Reader. Narrated by George Guidall. 
While accompanying an elderly rancher on a trip into the San
Juan Mountains, Cloyd, a Ute Indian boy, tries to help two
orphaned grizzly cubs survive the winter and, at the same
time, completes his spirit mission. Sequel to "Bearstone.".

AV F 
Hobbs, Will. Bearstone. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded Books,
p1996. Narrated by George Guidall. A troubled Indian boy
goes to live with an elderly rancher whose caring ways help
the boy become a man.

AV F 
Hobbs, Will. The Big Wander. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1997. Narrated by Ed Sala. As he searches for his
uncle through the rugged Southwest canyon country,
fourteen-year-old Clay becomes involved with a group of
Navajo Indians who are trying to save some of the last wild
mustangs.

AV F 
Hobbs, Will. Changes in latitudes. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1997. Narrated by Johnny Heller. A family
trip to Mexico changes a cocky teenager's attitudes as he
becomes exposed to his brother's consuming interest in
saving endangered species, to his parents' problems, and to
his own selfishness.

AV F 
Hobbs, Will. Downriver. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books,
p1997. Narrated by Christina Moore. Fifteen-year-old
Jessie and the other rebellious teenage members of a
wilderness survival school team abandon their adult leader,
hijack his boats, and try to run the dangerous white water
at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

AV F 
Hobbs, Will. Far North. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded Books,
p1998. Narrated by Jonny Heller. After the destruction of
their floatplane, sixteen-year-old Gabe and his friend,
Raymond, struggle to survive a winter in the wilderness of
the Northwest Territories.

AV F 
Hobbs, Will. Kokopelli's flute. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1996. Narrated by Johnny Heller. 
Thirteen-year-old Tepary discovers an old flute in a cliff
dwelling in New Mexico, and through its power he learns
about ancient Native American magic.

AV F 
Hobbs, Will. River thunder. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1998. Narrated by Christina Moore. Despite some
reservations, sixteen-year-old Jessie joins her companions
from the previous year's adventure on the Colorado River for
a legal rafting trip through the Grand Canyon.

AV F 
Hobbs, Will. Wild Man Island. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2002. Narrated by Ramon de Ocampo. After
fourteen-year-old Andy slips away from his kayaking group to
visit the wilderness site of his archaeologist father's
death, a storm strands him on Admiralty Island, Alaska,
where he manages to survive, encounters unexpected animal
and human inhabitants, and looks for traces of the earliest
prehistoric immigrants to America.

AV F 
Horowitz, Anthony, 1955-. Point Blank. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Simon Prebble. 
Fourteen-year-old Alex continues his work as a spy for the
British MI6, investigating an exclusive school for boys in
the French Alps.

AV F 
Hunter, Mollie, 1922-. The king's swift rider : a novel on
Robert the Bruce. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books,
p1999. Narrated by Steven Crossley. Unwilling to fight but
feeling a sense of duty, sixteen-year-old Martin joins
Scotland's rebel army as a swift rider and master of
espionage for the leader, Robert the Bruce.


AV F 
Kerr, M. E. Gentlehands. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1995. Narrated by Jeff Woodman. A teenage boy
falls in love with an "upper-class" girl and gets to know
his estranged grandfather in one heartbreaking summer which
climaxes in a shattering search for Nazi war criminals.


AV F 
Keyes, Daniel. Flowers for Algernon. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Harcourt, Brace & World, p1998. Narrated by Jeff Woodman. 
Mentally challenged Charlie Gordon participates in an
experiment which turns him into a genius, but only
temporarily.

AV F 
Kindl, Patrice. Owl in love. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1998. Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. A
fourteen-year-old girl, who can transform herself into an
owl at will, discovers interesting new relationships with
both humans and owls when she develops a crush on her
science teacher.

AV F 
Koja, Kathe. The blue mirror. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2004. Narrated by Katherine Kellgren. 
Seventeen-year-old loner Maggy Klass, who frequently seeks
refuge from her alcoholic mother's apartment by sitting and
drawing in a local cafe, becomes involved in a destructive
relationship with a charismatic homeless youth named Cole.

AV F 
Korman, Gordon. Jake, reinvented. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2004. Narrated by Jim Colby. Rick becomes
friends with the popular new boy, Jake Garrett, football
player and host of superlative parties, and in the process
discovers the true nature of his schoolmates and uncovers
the mystery of Jake's past.

AV F 
Lawrence, Iain, 1955-. The lightkeeper's daughter. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by Ed
Sala. When, after a four-year absence, seventeen-year-old
Squid returns to her childhood home on a remote lighthouse
island off British Columbia with her young daughter in tow,
she and her parents try to come to terms with each other and
the painful events of the past, especially the death of her
older brother.

AV F 
Lawrence, Iain, 1955-. The smugglers. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2000. Narrated by Ron Keith. In
eighteenth-century England, after his father buys a schooner
called the Dragon, sixteen-year-old John sets out to sail it
from Kent to London and becomes involved in a dangerous
smuggling scheme.

AV F 
Lawrence, Iain, 1955-. The wreckers. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2000. Narrated by Ron Keith. Shipwrecked
after a vicious storm, fourteen-year-old John Spencer
attempts to save his father and himself while also dealing
with an evil secret about the English coastal town where
they are stranded.

AV F 
Le Guin, Ursula K., 1929-. Gifts. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2004. Narrated by Jim Colby. When a young
man in the Uplands blinds himself rather than use his gift
of "unmaking"--a violent talent shared by members of his
family--he upsets the precarious balance of power among
rival, feuding families, each of which has a strange and
deadly talent of its own.

AV F 
Levitin, Sonia, 1934-. The cure. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by Suzanne Toren. A
sixteen-year-old boy living in 2407 collides with the past
when he finds himself in Strasbourg in 1348 confronting the
anti-Semitism that sweeps through Europe during the Black
Plague.

AV F 
Lipsyte, Robert. The contender. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1997. Narrated by Peter Francis James. A Harlem
high school dropout escapes from a gang of punks into a
boxing gym, where he learns that being a contender is hard
and often discouraging work, but that you don't know
anything until you try.

AV 910.4 
Lord, Walter, 1917-. A night to remember. Prince Frederick, Md.
: Recorded Books, p1995. Narrated by Richard M. Davidson. 
She was called "the ship that God himself couldn't sink,"
yet on her maiden voyage, the ship Titanic brushed an
iceberg and sank less than three hours later, carrying 1,503
men, women, and children to their death. In this dramatic
and historic recreation of the bravery and agony that marked
that fateful night, author and historian Walter Lord paints
a portrait of the last hours of the Titanic's first and
final voyage.

AV F 
Mackler, Carolyn. The earth, my butt, and other big, round
things. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2004. 
Narrated by Johanna Parker. Feeling like she does not fit
in with the other members of her family, who are all thin,
brilliant, and good-looking, fifteen-year-old Virginia tries
to deal with her self-image, her first physical
relationship, and her disillusionment with some of the
people closest to her.

AV F 
Mackler, Carolyn. Vegan virgin Valentine. Prince Frederick, Md.
: Recorded Books, p2004. Narrated by Katherine Kellgren. 
Mara's niece, who is only one-year-younger, moves in
bringing conflict between the two teenagers because of their
opposite personalities.

AV 921 
Mah, Adeline Yen, 1937-. Chinese Cinderella : the true story of
an unwanted daughter. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2004. Narrated by Felice Yeh. Adeline is just
three days old when her mother dies. She is blamed for the
death and considered bad luck. For years, she tries to
please her family, wanting only acceptance and love, but
often facing rejection. Finally, after discovering
literature, she is given the chance to succeed.

AV F 
Martinez, Victor, 1954-. Parrot in the oven : mi vida. Prince
Frederick, MD : Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Robert
Ramirez. Manny relates his coming of age experiences as a
member of a poor Mexican American family in which the
alcoholic father only adds to everyone's struggle.

AV F 
McCaffrey, Anne. Dragonsong. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1992. Narrated by Sally Darling. Forbidden by her
father to indulge in music in any way, a girl on the planet
Pern runs away, taking shelter with the planet's fire
lizards who, along with her music, open a new life for her.

AV F 
McDaniel, Lurlene. Angel of hope. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Christina Moore. After
her older sister Heather, enthusiastic about changing the
world, returns from doing medical missionary work in Uganda,
seventeen-year-old Amber feels ignored and confused about
her own future and decides to go back to Africa in Heather's
place.

AV F 
McDaniel, Lurlene. Angel of mercy. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Christina Moore. 
Eighteen-year-old Heather travels as a volunteer to Africa,
where she provides direly needed medical help in Kenya and
Uganda and hopes to act as God's hands on Earth.

AV F 
McDaniel, Lurlene. Don't die, my love. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2000. Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. Julie
and Luke believe they are meant to be together always. From
the sixth grade through high school, Luke and Julie never
lost each other. Luke is diagnosed with a rare cancer, but
Julie believes the strength of their love will see them
through anything.

AV F 
McDaniel, Lurlene. Lifted up by angels. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1999. Narrated by Kate Forbes. Leah
decids to spend the summer working at a bed-and-breakfast
inn near the home of the kind Amish family who befriended
her whal she was in the hospital with bone cancer. Now that
her cancer is in remisison, she would like nothing better
than to visit with them -- especially their handsome son,
Ethan.

AV F 
McDaniel, Lurlene. Until angels close my eyes. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Kate
Forbes. Ethan, a simple Amish youth, moves into the complex
"English" world of his girlfriend Leah and her family, when
Leah's stepfather announces that his cancer is no longer in
remission.

AV F 
McDaniel, Lurlene. Angels watching over me. Unabridged. Prince
Frederick, Md : Recorded Books, p1999. Narrated by Kate
Forbes. It's 2 weeks before Christmas and 16-year-old Leah
is stuck in the hospital, lonely and worried. Her roommate
is a little Amish girl, whom she comforts, and she enjoys
the visits of the girl's teenaged sister and brother.
Romantic sparks fly between her and the brother. Then a
mysterious "night nurse" appears to console the girls --
they are the only ones who can see this apparition. Leah
will need all of these friends when the doctor finally makes
his diagnosis.

AV F 
McDonald, Joyce. Swallowing stones. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Ed Sala. Dual
perspectives reveal the aftermath of seventeen-year-old
Michael MacKenzie's birthday celebration during which he
discharges a rifle and unknowingly kills the father of a
classmate.

AV F 
Moore, Martha (Martha A.). Angels on the roof. Prince
Frederick, MD : Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by
Christina Moore. During a trip to her childhood home in
Texas, a mother tries to prevent her teenage daughter from
finding out the truth about her father.

AV F 
Moriarty, Jaclyn. Feeling sorry for Celia. Prince Frederick,
Md. : Recorded Books, p2004. Narrated by Anushka Carter. 
Life is pretty complicated for Elizabeth Clarry. Her best
friend Celia keeps disappearing, her absent father suddenly
reappears, and her communication with her mother consists
entirely of wacky notes left on the fridge. On top of
everything else, because her English teacher wants to
rekindle the "Joy of the Envelope," a Complete and Utter
Stranger knows more about Elizabeth than anyone else.

AV 921 
Myers, Walter Dean, 1937-. Bad boy : a memoir. New York :
Prince Frederick, Md. : HarperAudio ; distributed by
Recorded Books, p2001. Read by Joe Morton. Myers, the very
first recipient of the Michael L. Printz Award, recounts
growing up in Harlem in the 1940s and '50s -- when seeing
Langston Hughes and Sugar Ray Robinson on the street was the
norm and Jackie Robinson ruled the baseball field. From
instigating mischievous pranks at home to fighting in the
classroom, the author admits he was a handful.

AV F 
Myers, Walter Dean, 1937-. Monster. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2000. Narrated by Peter Francis James. 
While on trial as an accomplice to a murder,
sixteen-year-old Steve Harmon records his experiences in
prison and in the courtroom in the form of a film script as
he tries to come to terms with the course his life has
taken.

AV F 
Myers, Walter Dean, 1937-. Shooter. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2004. Narrated by Chad Coleman, Bernie
McInerney, and Michelle Santopietro. Written in the form of
interviews, reports, and journal entries, the story of three
troubled teenagers ends in a tragic school shooting.

AV F 
Myers, Walter Dean, 1937-. Slam! Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2000. Narrated by Thomas Penny. 
Sixteen-year-old "Slam" Harris is counting on his noteworthy
basketball talents to get him out of the inner city and give
him a chance to succeed in life, but his coach sees things
differently.

AV F 
Napoli, Donna Jo, 1948-. Beast. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by Robert Ramirez. 
Elaborates on the tale of "Beauty and the Beast," told from
the point of view of the beast and set in Persia.

AV F 
Napoli, Donna Jo, 1948-. Crazy Jack. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2000. Narrated by Robert Ramirez. In this
version of the traditional tale of the young boy who climbs
a beanstalk, Jack searches for his father, falls in love
with Flora, and learns the value of real treasure.

AV F 
Nixon, Joan Lowery. Whispers from the dead. Prince Frederick,
Md. : Recorded Books, p1999. Narrated by Julie Dretzin. 
After making contact with the spirit world during a
near-death experience, Sarah moves to Houston with her
parents and receives otherworldly messages about a murder
committed in her house.

AV F 
Nye, Naomi Shihab. Habibi : Naomi Shihab Nye. Prince Frederick,
Md. : Recorded Books, p1999. Narrated by Christina Moore. 
When fourteen-year-old Liyanne Abboud, her younger brother,
and her parents move from St. Louis to a new home between
Jerusalem and the Palestinian village where her father was
born, they face many changes and must deal with the tensions
between Jews and Palestinians.

AV SC 
O'Brien, Tim, 1946-. The things they carried. Prince Frederick,
Md. : Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by Tom Stechschulte. 
This depicts the men of Alpha Company. They battle the enemy
(or maybe more the idea of the enemy), and occasionally each
other. In their relationships we see their isolation and
loneliness, their rage and fear. They miss their families,
their girlfriends and buddies; they miss the lives they left
back home. Yet they find sympathy and kindness for strangers
(the old man who leads them unscathed through the mine
field, the girl who grieves while she dances), and love for
each other, because in Vietnam they are the only family they
have.

AV F 
O'Dell, Scott, 1898-1989. Sing down the moon. Prince Frederick,
Md. : Recorded Books, p1994. Narrated by Linda Stephens. A
young Navajo girl recounts the events of 1864 when her tribe
was forced to march to Fort Sumner as prisoners of the white
soldiers.

AV F 
Paterson, Katherine. Jacob have I loved. Prince Frederick, Md.
: Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Christina Moore. Sara
Louise Bradshaw has spent her entire life in the shadow of
her beautiful and talented twin, Caroline. An unexpected and
welcome epiphany brings Sara a sense of her own identity.

AV F 
Paterson, Katherine. Preacher's boy. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by Johnny Heller. In 1899,
ten-year-old Robbie, son of a preacher in a small Vermont
town, gets himself into all kinds of trouble when he decides
to give up being Christian in order to make the most of his
life before the end of the world.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. Call me Francis Tucket. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1995. Narrated by John Randolph Jones. 
Having separated from the one-armed trapper who taught him
how to survive in the wilderness of the Old West,
fifteen-year-old Francis gets lost and continues to have
adventures involving dangerous men and a friendly mule.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. The cookcamp. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1995. Narrated by C.J. Critt. During World War II,
a little boy is sent to live with his grandma, a cook in a
camp for workers building a road through the wilderness.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. The crossing. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1993. Narrated by Mark Hammer. Thirteen-year-old
Manny, a street kid fighting for survival in a Mexican
border town, develops a strange friendship with an
emotionally disturbed American soldier who decides to help
him get across the border.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. The foxman. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1995. Narrated by Johnny Heller. A town boy sent
to live on a remote wilderness farm forms a friendship with
an elderly, disfigured man who teaches him many things.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. Hatchet. New York : Prince Frederick, Md. :
Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio ; distributed by Recorded Books,
p1992. Narrated by Peter Coyote. After a plane crash,
thirteen-year-old Brian spends fifty-four days in the
wilderness, learning to survive with only the aid of a
hatchet given him by his mother, and learning also to
survive his parents' divorce.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. Nightjohn. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1996. Narrated by Michele-Denise Woods. 
Twelve-year-old Sarny's brutal life as a slave becomes even
more dangerous when a newly arrived slave offers to teach
her how to read.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. The rifle. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1996. Narrated by Norman Dietz. A priceless,
handcrafted rifle, fired throughout the American Revolution,
is forgotten in a farmhouse attic until the fateful
Christmas Eve of 1994.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. The river. New York : Prince Frederick, Md. :
Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio ; distributed by Recorded Books,
p1993. Narrated by Peter Coyote. Because of his success
surviving alone in the wilderness for fifty-four days,
fifteen-year-old Brian, profoundly changed by his time in
the wild, is asked to undergo a similar experience to help
scientists learn more about the psychology of survival.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. Sarny, a life remembered. Prince Frederick, Md.
: Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Lynne Thigpen. 
Continues the adventures of Sarny, the slave girl Nightjohn
taught to read, through the aftermath of the Civil War
during which time she taught other Blacks and lived a full
life until age ninety-four.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. The Transall saga. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, 1999. Narrated by Johnny Heller. While
backpacking in the desert, thirteen-year-old Mark falls into
a tube of blue light and is transported into a more
primitive world, where he must use his knowledge and skills
to survive.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. Tucket's gold. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2000. Narrated by John Randolph Jones. 
Fifteen-year-old Francis and the two children he has adopted
travel across the Old West, evade Comancheros, discover a
treasure, and wind up rich beyond their wildest dreams.

AV F 
Paulsen, Gary. Tucket's home. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2000. Narrated by John Randolph Jones. Francis,
Lottie, and Billy survive a series of hair-raising
adventures while on their way west to the Oregon Trail,
where they hope to find the Tucket family.

AV R 
Paulsen, Gary. Tucket's ride. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1997. Narrated by John Randolph Jones. When
fifteen-year-old Francis and two younger children lose their
way in the wilderness of the Southwest, they face capture at
the hands of dangerous men.

AV F 
Peck, Robert Newton. Cowboy ghost. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1999. Narrated by Johnny Heller. Growing
up without a mother and with an aloof father on a cattle
ranch in Florida in the first part of the 1900s has made
Titus very close to his older brother, Micah, and determined
to make Micah proud of him when the two go on their first
cattle drive together.

AV F 
Philbrick, W. R. (W. Rodman). Freak the Mighty. Prince
Frederick, MD : Recorded Books, p1997. Narrated by Johnny
Heller. Learning disabled Max and his new friend Freak,
whose birth defect has affected his body but not his
brilliant mind, find that when they combine forces they make
a powerful team.

AV F 
Plum-Ucci, Carol, 1957-. The body of Christopher Creed. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Scott
Shina. Torey Adams, a high school junior with a seemingly
perfect life, struggles with doubts and questions
surrounding the mysterious disappearance of the class
outcast.

AV F 
Powell, Randy. Dean Duffy. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1996. Narrated by Jeff Woodman. Eighteen-year-old
Dean, a former high school baseball star whose future has
been ruined by a batting slump and a bad arm, is offered a
college baseball scholarship and finds himself uncertain of
whether to take it.

AV F 
Powell, Randy. Run if you dare. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by Johnny Heller. 
Fourteen-year-old Gardner, trying to find some direction in
his life, is shocked to discover that his unemployed father
considers himself a failure.

AV F 
Powell, Randy. Tribute to another dead rock star. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2000. Narrated by Johnny
Heller. For a tribute to his mother, a dead rock star,
fifteen-year-old Grady returns to Seattle, where he faces
his mixed feelings for his retarded younger half-brother
Louie while pondering his own future.


AV F 
Randle, Kristen D. Slumming. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2003. Narrated by various narrators. Three Mormon
high school friends, perky Nikki, studious Alicia, and
football player Sam, make a pact of the Pygmalion style --
they decide to help the "untapped" students at their school.
Their plan is to transform three classmates and take them to
the prom. But the experiment doesn't go exactly as planned.
They slowly begin to realize that there is more to most
people than meets the eye.

AV F 
Raskin, Ellen. The Westing game. Unabridged ed. Prince
Frederick, Md : Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Jeff
Woodman. The mysterious death of an eccentric millionaire
brings together an unlikely assortment of heirs who must
uncover the circumstances of his death before they can claim
their inheritance.

AV F 
Rennison, Louise. Angus, thongs and full-frontal snogging. 
Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by
Stina Nielsen. Presents the humorous journal of a year in
the life of a fourteen-year-old British girl who tries to
reduce the size of her nose, stop her mad cat from
terrorizing the neighborhood animals, and win the love of
handsome hunk Robbie.

AV F 
Rennison, Louise. Dancing in my nuddypants : even further
confessions of Georgia Nicolson. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2003. Narrated by Stina Nielsen. The
further confessions of teenaged Georgia Nicolson continue
as, among other things, she begins to wonder if Robbie is
really the right boy for her.

AV F 
Rennison, Louise. Knocked out by my nunga-nungas. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Stina
Nielsen. The saga of fourteen-year-old Georgia Nicolson
continues as she travels to Scotland on a nightmarish family
vacation, confesses her anxiety over being the girlfriend of
a sex god, and tests the limits of true friendship.

AV F 
Rennison, Louise. On the bright side, I'm now the girlfriend of
a sex god : further confessions of Georgia Nicolson. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by Stina
Nielsen. Fourteen-year-old Georgia continues her diary in
which she records her misadventures trying to reclaim the
attention of seventeen-year-old Robbie, while coping with
her friends, family, and dog-like cat Angus at the same
time.

AV F 
Rodowsky, Colby F. Remembering Mog. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Julie Dretzin. After
graduating from a private high school in Baltimore, Annie
comes to terms with the loss of her sister who had been
murdered two years earlier.

AV F 
Sachar, Louis, 1954-. Holes. Old Greenwich, Conn. : Prince
Frederick, MD : Listening Library ; distributed by Recorded
Books, p1999. Narrated by Kerry Beyer. As further evidence
of his family's bad fortune which they attribute to a curse
on a distant relative, Stanley Yelnats is sent to a hellish
correctional camp in the Texas desert where he finds his
first real friend, a treasure, and a new sense of himself.

AV F 
Sebold, Alice. The lovely bones. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2002. Narrated by Alyssa Bresnahan. In
the first chapter of this haunting novel, 14-year-old Susie
Salmon looks down from heaven and describes the horrifying
events of her murder. As time goes on, Susie continues her
curious observations while her family struggles to cope with
the pain of her death. Her younger sister grows tougher and
more mature, her mother goes to desperate lengths to ease
the suffering, and her father begins a perilous quest to
bring the killer to justice.


AV F 
Smith, Roland, 1951-. Jaguar. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1999. Narrated by Johnny Heller. While
accompanying his father on an expedition up the Amazon River
to a jaguar preserve in Brazil, fourteen-year-old Jacob must
contend with dangerous animals and fortune hunters.

AV F 
Soto, Gary. The afterlife. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2004. Narrated by Robert Ramirez. A senior at East
Fresno High School lives on as a ghost after his brutal
murder in the restroom of a club where he had gone to dance.

AV F 
Soto, Gary. Buried onions. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2001. Narrated by Robert Ramirez. When
nineteen-year-old Eddie drops out of college, he struggles
to find a place for himself as a Mexican American living in
a violence-infested neighborhood of Fresno, California.

AV F 
Soto, Gary. Jesse. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books,
p1999. Narrated by Robert Ramirez. Two Mexican American
brothers hope that junior college will help them excape
their heritage of tedious physical labor.

AV 921 
Soto, Gary. Living up the street. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1995. Narrated by Robert Ramirez. In a
compilation of 21 short stories, the author describes his
experiences growing up as a Mexican American in Fresno,
California.

AV F 
Spinelli, Jerry. There's a girl in my hammerlock. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p1999. Narrated by Julie
Dretzin. Thirteen-year-old Maisie joins her school's
formerly all-male wrestling team and tries to last through
the season, despite opposition from other students, her best
friend, and her own teammates.

AV F 
Strasser, Todd. Give a boy a gun. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by various narrators. 
Interweaves the voices of students, teachers, friends, and
gunmen in a fictional story about two heavily armed
students, Gary and Brendan, who hold their classmates
hostage at a high school dance after being tormented by
football players and teachers.

AV F 
Taylor, Mildred D. The road to Memphis. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1996. Narrated by Lynne Thigpen. In 1941
a black youth, sadistically teased by two white boys in
rural Mississippi, severely injures one of them with a tire
iron and enlists Cassie's help in trying to flee the state.

AV F 
Taylor, Theodore, 1921-. The weirdo. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p1995. Narrated by George Guidall. 
Seventeen-year-old Chip Clewt fights to save the black bears
in the Powhaten National Wildlife Refuge.

AV F 
Thomas, Rob. Rats saw God. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded
Books, p1996. Narrated by Johnny Heller. In hopes of
graduating, Steve York agrees to complete a hundred-page
writing assignment which helps him to sort out his
relationship with his famous astronaut father and the events
that changed him from promising student to troubled teen.

AV 921 
Tillage, Leon, 1936-. Leon's story. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1997. Narrated by Graham Brown. The son
of a North Carolina sharecropper recalls the hard times
faced by his family and other African Americans in the first
half of the twentieth century and the changes that the civil
rights movement helped bring about.

AV F 
Trueman, Terry. Stuck in neutral. Prince Frederick, Md. :
Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by Johnny Heller. 
Fourteen-year-old Shawn McDaniel, who suffers from severe
cerebral palsy and cannot function, relates his perceptions
of his life, his family, and his condition, especially as he
believes his father is planning to kill him.

AV F 
Werlin, Nancy. Double helix. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p2004. Narrated by Scott Shina. Eighteen-year-old
Eli discovers a shocking secret about his life and his
family while working for a Nobel Prize-winning scientist
whose specialty is genetic engineering.

AV 940.53 
Wiesel, Elie, 1928-. Night. Prince Frederick, Md : Recorded
Books, p1999. Narrated by George Guidall. A terrifying
account of the Nazi death camp horror that turns a young
Jewish boy into an agonized witness to the death of his
family.

AV F 
Wisler, G. Clifton. Red Cap. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1999. Narrated by Johnny Heller. A young Yankee
drummer boy displays great courage when he's captured and
sent to Andersonville Prison.

AV F 
Woodson, Jacqueline. I hadn't meant to tell you this. Prince
Frederick, MD : Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Lynne
Thigpen. Marie, the only black girl in the eighth grade
willing to befriend her white classmate Lena, discovers that
Lena's father is doing horrible things to her in private.

AV F 
Yolen, Jane. Briar Rose. Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded
Books, p1996. Narrated by Linda Stephens. Presents a novel
that intertwines the fairy tale of Sleeping Beauty and the
dark history of the Holocaust.

AV F 
Yolen, Jane. The devil's arithmetic. Prince Frederick, MD :
Recorded Books, p1998. Narrated by Barbara Rosenblat. 
Hannah resents the traditions of her Jewish heritage until
time travel places her in the middle of a small Jewish
village in Nazi-occupied Poland.

AV F 
Young, Karen Romano. The Beetle and me : a love story. Prince
Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2001. Narrated by Julie
Dretzin. Surrounded by her busy extended family and their
many cars, fifteen-year-old Daisy pursues her goal of
single-handedly restoring the car of her dreams, the old
purple Volkswagen Beetle from her childhood.

AV F 
Zindel, Paul. Loch. Prince Frederick, MD : Recorded Books,
p1995. Narrated by George Guidall. Fifteen-year-old Loch
and his younger sister join their father on a scientific
expedition searching for enormous prehistoric creatures
sighted in a Vermont lake, but soon discover that the
expedition's leaders aren't interested in preserving the
creatures.





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