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Marooned In Manhattan

Author : Sheila Agnew
ISBN : 9781847176523
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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New York City. Evie Brooks had seen it on the TV, but suddenly finds herself leaving her home in Dublin and moving to Manhattan to her American uncle Scott, after the death of her mother. Never owned a pet more substantial than a goldfish, Evie is intrigued by Scott's NYC veterinary practice, and before long, Evie is working as an assistant in the clinic. Between the pets, their owners, Scott and his lawyer girlfriend, the Summer quickly becomes a whirlwind of change and activity! And then Evie has to make a huge choice: will she stay in New York, or return to live in Ireland with her godmother, Janet?

Evie Brooks Is Marooned In Manhattan

Author : Sheila Agnew
ISBN : 1927485827
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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It s a big leap for twelve-year-old Evie when she moves from Dublin to New York, but it was her mother s final wish that she live with her veterinarian uncle there. Overwhelmed by the city at first, Evie soon discovers a new world and a new self as a part-time assistant at the veterinary clinic."

Evie Brooks In Central Park Showdown

Author : Sheila Agnew
ISBN : 1927485940
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Evie Brooks is now happy living in Manhattan with her veterinarian uncle Scott. Busy with new friends and Scott's latest client, the Central Park Zoo, the feisty Evie is determined not to let her new life be disrupted by the sudden appearance of her long-absent father.

Central Park Showdown

Author : Sheila Agnew
ISBN : 9781847177155
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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With the arrival of her father from Australia, Evie’s life is thrown into turmoil. Not only has she to contend with a new woman in Scott’s life, but now she has to face the prospect of a custody battle between her uncle and her father. Evie really wants to stay with Scott and, in true Evie style, is determined to stand up for herself - by firing her lawyer! Her father’s lawyer is prepared to play dirty, and Evie is devastated when Scott is falsely accused of beating her. Can Evie’s friends rally and convince her father to withdraw his application for custody? ‘a great way for a 10+ year old to discover New York City’ ‘speckled with humour throughout ... an incredibly moving story and a real page-turner’ LoveReading4Kids.co.uk on Evie Brooks is Marooned in Manhattan

A Nearer Moon

Author : Melanie Crowder
ISBN : 9781481441483
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Long ago the dam formed, the lively river turned into a swamp, and the wasting illness came to Luna's village, and now that her little sister is sick Luna will do anything to save her, even offer herself to the creature that lives in the swamp on the day of the nearer moon--a lonely and bitter water sprite who was left behind when her people fled through a door to another world.

Revenge On The Fly

Author : Sylvia McNicoll
ISBN : 9781927485569
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Trying to win a fly-catching contest and help rid Hamilton, Ontario of disease, new Irish immigrant Will discovers that a classmate is cheating and weighs whether or not he should also cheat in order to win.

Root Beer Candy And Other Miracles

Author : Shari Green
ISBN : 1772780073
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Eleven-year-old Bailey believes in miracles. She has to; it will take a miracle to keep her warring parents together. This summer they are at a Marriage Counselling camp, leaving Bailey and her little brother Kevin with their estranged grandmother in the island town of Felicity Bay. There, an eccentric deposed minister makes a prophecy that a stranger from the sea will change everything. When Bailey discovers a mermaid-shaped piece of driftwood, she begins to believe that the mermaid is this stranger from the sea. Then, when a dolphin becomes stranded on the beach, Bailey forgets her own troubles and rouses the reluctant locals into action. Written in light and lyrical free verse, Shari Green s warm and wistful novel brings Bailey face to face with both hard and beautiful truths about growing up and growing into her own ability to shape the world."

Shelter

Author : Sarah Franklin
ISBN : 9781785762833
Genre : Fiction
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'Beautiful' Adele Parks 'Life affirming and compelling!' Clare Mackintosh 'Tender and illuminating' Carys Bray 'Its characters pulse with life and energy . . . vividly rendered' Daily Mail Perfect for fans of Early One Morning by Virginia Baily and the novels of Maggie O'Farrell. Early spring 1944. Connie Granger has escaped her bombed-out city home, finding refuge in the Women's Timber Corps. For her, this remote community must now serve a secret purpose. Seppe, an Italian prisoner of war, is haunted by his memories. In the forest camp, he finds a strange kind of freedom. Their meeting signals new beginnings. But as they are drawn together, the world outside their forest haven is being torn apart. Old certainties are crumbling, and both must now make a life-defining choice. What price will they pay for freedom? What will they fight to protect? What readers are saying about Shelter: 'Tender, moving . . . with its unforgettable heroine' Irish Times 'Powerful and moving. Connie and Seppe are amazing characters. So well nuanced. I loved her feisty courage. And such heartbreak! This compelling debut shows how outsiders in a time of war seek to rebuild their lives again' Essie Fox, author of The Last Days of Leda Grey 'I LOVED it. Seppe is one of the most refreshing portrayals of masculinity I have ever read' Shelley Harris, author of Jubilee 'A lovely hymn to the woods and the men and women who worked there during the Second World War' Lissa Evans, author of Their Finest Hour 'The deeply profound effects of war quietly resonate through Sarah Franklin's gentle but delightful debut. Filled with characters armed with little more than their steadfast resolve and plucky humour, Shelter casts a light on the often forgotten work of the Women's Timber Corps and presents it with charm and delicately refreshing warmth' Jason Hewitt, author of Devastation Road 'A brilliant book. Everyone should read it' Alex Reeve, author of House on Half Moon Street 'Such a treat . . . a super sense of place' Rachael Beale, London Review Bookshop 'Beautifully written . . . Authentic and honest' Roger Deek, 'Reading the Forest' 'An impressive debut' WhatCathyReadNext 'Fresh, moving and redemptive' Literary Sofa 'One of the year's hottest debuts' NetGalley, Book of the Month 'Evocative, beautifully complex characters you grow to adore and a grittiness that grounds you within its message of loss, hope and what home really means' Goodreads 5* review 'The book is really fantastic. It's Sarah Franklin's debut novel but I really hope she's working on her second one right now' NetGalley Reviewer 'A tender, empathetic novel' NetGalley Reviewer 'Spirited, determined and reckless, the Second World War brings Connie the opportunity to seek what she's looking for, but the price for that opportunity is a high one . . . an impressive debut' NetGalley Reviewer

Daideo

Author : Áine Nı́ Ghlinn
ISBN : 1907494421
Genre : Young adult fiction
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A boy on the run from his parents. An old man on the run from his children. They meet on a train to Dublin and listen to each other's stories. They understand each other. What will be the result of this new friendship?

Gabby Duran And The Unsittables

Author : Elise Allen
ISBN : 9781484719428
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Case File: The First Unsittable Summary: The Association Linking Intergalatics and Earthlings (hereby known as A.L.I.E.N.) has a new member. After months of investigation, Gabby Duran, Associate 4118-25125A, has proven herself to be a babysitter extraordinaire. Her celebrity clients fly her around the country to care for their rambunctious little humans. Our spy, Associate 4118-23432B, otherwise known as Edwina, believes Gabby can be trusted with the truth: aliens are living among humans on Earth. And here at A.L.I.E.N we believe that even extraterrestrials need a babysitter now and then. No one was up to the task...until now. After accepting the top-secret position, Edwina has paired our new associate up with her first charge, a little girl from the planet Flarknartia. The timing for associate 4118-25125A is less than ideal. It's a school day on Planet Earth, Gabby's audition for the solo part in the band is tonight, and this tiny alien is a bit more than meets the eye. Can Gabby Duran, Associate 4118-25125A, First Sitter to the Unsittables, keep her otherworldly charge safe in the unpredictable halls of middle-school and keep A.L.I.E.N hidden?

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