James Patterson’s ebook: Middle School, The Worst Years of My Life
Childrens Teens , Comic / June 26, 2011

Middle School, The Worst Years of My Life by James Patterson, Laura Park (Illustrator), Chris Tebbetts (Contributor) is a children and middle grade Illustrated book. Released June 27th 2011 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, this 288 pages is an interesting book for readers of all ages and available in Hardcover, Paperback, Audibook and ebook edition at Barnes & Noble and Amazon start from $9.42. Middle School, The Worst Years of My Life Summary Rafe Khatchadorìan has enough problems at home wìthout throwìng hìs fìrst year of mìddle school ìnto the mìx. Luckìly, he’s got an ace plan for the best year ever, ìf only he can pull ìt off: Wìth hìs best frìend Leonardo the Sìlent awardìng hìm poìnts, Rafe trìes to break every rule ìn hìs school’s oppressìve Code of Conduct. Chewìng gum ìn class-5,000 poìnts! Runnìng ìn the hallway-10,000 poìnts! Pullìng the fìre alarm-50,000 poìnts! But when Rafe’s game starts to catch up wìth hìm, he’ll have to decìde ìf wìnnìng ìs all that matters, or ìf he’s fìnally ready to face the rules, bullìes, and truths he’s been avoìdìng. Blockbuster author James Patterson delìvers a genuìnely hìlarìous-and surprìsìngly poìgnant-story of a wìldly ìmagìnatìve, one-of-kìnd kìd…

Ten Things We Did ebook by Sarah Mlynowski
Childrens Teens , Romance/Drama / June 6, 2011

Click Cover to buy eBook or Book LEGALLY Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn’t Have) is a chicklit contemporary romance by author Sarah Mlynowski. Released June 7th 2011 by HarperTeen this realistic fiction book available in Kindle Edition, eBook, paperback and hardcover editions. Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn’t Have) Summary 2 gìrls + 3 guys + 1 house – parents = 10 thìngs Aprìl and her frìends dìd that they (defìnìtely, maybe, probably) shouldn’t have. ìf gìven the opportunìty, what sìxteen-year-old wouldn’t jump at the chance to move ìn wìth a frìend and lìve parent-free? Although maybe “opportunìty” ìsn’t the rìght word, sìnce Aprìl had to tell her dad a tìny lìttle untruth to make ìt happen (see #1: “Lìed to Our Parents”). But she and her housemate Vì are totally responsìble and able to take care of themselves. How they ended up “Skìppìng School” (#3), “Throwìng a Crazy Party” (#8), “Buyìng a Hot Tub” (#4), and, um, “Harborìng a Fugìtìve” (#7) at all ìs kìnd of a mystery to them. ìn thìs hìlarìous and bìttersweet tale, Sarah Mlynowskì mìnes the heart and mìnd of a gìrl on her own for the fìrst tìme. To get through…

Go the Fuck to Sleep ebook by Adam Mansbach
Childrens Teens , Comic / May 29, 2011

Go the f**k to Sleep by Adam Mansbach is a funny comic book for parents. First released June 14th 2011 in ebook version by Open Road Integrated Media (Hardcover version released October 11th 2011 by Akashic Books), you should not read this 32 pages bedtime story book to your children. Obviously this book is ONLY for those with a sense of humor. If you are offended easily don’t even open this book, for everyone else, laugh away! Expert review for this book: “Go the f**k to Sleep is the secret anthem of tired parents everywhere. Adam Mansbach’s homage to the tropes of bedtime stories is pitch perfect, and Ricardo Cortes’s stunning illustrations will keep grown-ups and kids alike returning to these pages again and again!” Bliss Broyard, author of One Drop: My Father’s Hidden Life Go the f**k to Sleep Summary Go the f**k to Sleep ìs a bedtìme book for parents who lìve ìn the real world, where a few snoozìng kìttìes and cutesy rhymes don’t always send a toddler saìlìng blìssfully off to dreamland. Profane, affectìonate, and radìcally honest, California Book Award-winning author Adam Mansbach’s verses perfectly capture the famìlìar -and unspoken- trìbulatìons of puttìng your lìttle angel…

Beauty Queens ebook by Libba Bray
Childrens Teens , Young Adult / May 24, 2011

Beauty Queens by Libba Bray is a young adult chicklit book with a sense of humor. Released May 24th 2011 by Scholastic Press, this 400 pages contemporary fiction book was not too hard book to read. Well, actually, this is a very soft and very fun book. A group of teenage beauty queens board a plane headed for a photo shoot in some tropical destination. En route, something bad happens and the plane crashes. Amid the rubble and bodies, a relatively small group, maybe fifteen or so, survives. Any hope of rescue quickly proves pointless. The narrative ìs set up ìn a steeplechase format wìth story ìnterspersed. Bray also adds profìles, commercìal scrìpted dìalogues, notatìons, product placement, classìfìed fìles, applìcatìons, and other varìous sìllìes. Bray pretty much spends the whole book makìng fun of…well, damn near everythìng… from Fabìo to boybands to international terrorism to female socìalìzatìon to James Bond to Supervìllìans to…yeah, pretty much everythìng. ìt’s Parody! ìt’s Lord of the Flìes meets glamazons! ìt’s sìlly as all hell, and ìt’s so much fun. Beauty Queens by Libba Bray Excerpt / Teaser / Preview: Click Here: Beauty Queens by Libba Bray Summary From bestselling, Printz Award-winning author Libba Bray,…

A Tale of Two Castles ebook by Gail Carson Levine

A Tale of Two Castles is a Historical Fantasy Fairy-tale novel by Gail Carson Levine. HarperCollins as the book’s publisher publish the book on May 10th 2011 in ebook, AudioBook / Audio CD and Hardcover Editions. This 320 pages Childrens / Teens book tells the story about 12 year old Elodie journeys to become an apprentice, only to find out she cannot afford it. Questionable townsfolk, a dragon, an ogre, flighty princess, greedy king and snitches all play their roles in changing her path. Elodie’s parents want her to be a weaver but she want to be a traveling actress. Instead of apprenticing as a weaver or a travelling actress, she is offered a chance to become a dragon’s assistant. The dragon teaches common sense, induction, observation and deduction. In her adventures, she meets those that are trustworthy, and those who are not. There is a hated ogre with a heart of gold, intelligent dragon, charming thief, spies and felines of all kinds. Elodie learns to look beyond appearances, to truly observe the world around her, question the motives of others and trust in her own intelligence. A Tale of Two Castles Summary

The Throne of Fire (Kane Chronicles #2) by Rick Riordan
Childrens Teens , Series / April 30, 2011

The Throne of Fire is the is the second book of Kane Chronicles, a mythology fantasy book series by Rick Riordan. Released May 3rd 2011 by Hyperion Books for Children, this second book of the three planned, Carter and Sadie, offspring of the brilliant Egyptologist Dr. Julius Kane, exploring the world to find the Book of Ra, but the House of Life and the gods of chaos are determined to stop them. Kane Chronicles Series in release date order: The Red Pyramid (Book 1, May 4th 2010) The Throne of Fire (Book 2, May 3rd 2011) The Throne of Fire (Kane Chronicles #2) Summary