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The Boy With One Name

Author : J.R. Wallis
ISBN : 9781471157936
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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'Delightfully magical and brilliantly told' Abi Elphinstone, author of Sky Song Twelve-year-old Jones is an orphan, training as an apprentice hunter alongside his mentor, Maitland, tackling ogres, trolls and all manner of creatures that live in the Badlands – a hidden part of our own world, and which most people think exist only in fairytales and nightmares. But all Jones secretly wants to be is an ordinary boy and to leave the magical world forever... When an ogre hunt goes wrong and Maitland is killed, Jones finally has a chance to find out where he came from. But the truth he uncovers isn’t what he’s expecting and it seems that if Jones is going to make his dream come true he’ll have to defeat a creature not even Maitland had dared take on and he won’t be able to do it alone… He’s going to need help from Ruby, the first girl he’s ever met. She’s outspoken, fearless and determined to prove she’s as good as any boy, and unlike Jones, being ordinary is the last thing on her mind. Ruby’s desperate to find her place in the world and thinks the Badlands could be it. So, working together isn’t going to be straightforward. In fact, it could be downright dangerous. But who said getting what you want is supposed to easy, even if it is just wanting to be ordinary?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Boy With The Hidden Name

Author : Skylar Dorset
ISBN : 9781402292576
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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"Benedict Le Fay will betray you. And then he will die." Betrayal and death—not quite the prophecy Selkie wanted about her first love. A half-faerie princess with a price on her head, Selkie Stewart just wants a little normal in her life. Not another crazy prophecy. Besides, she and Ben are a team. They're the two most wanted individuals in the Otherworld, and fated to bring down the Seelie Fairie Court and put an end to their reign of terror. Nothing can come between them. Until Ben leaves. And the sun goes out. And the chiming bells deafen all of Boston. The Seelies are coming. And only Selkie can stop them from destroying the world. Otherworld Series: The Girl Who Never Was (Book 1) The Boy With The Hidden Name (Book 2) What Readers are saying about The Girl Who Never Was: "Utterly charming...echoes of Neil Gaiman's Stardust, of Diana Wynne Jones' Fire and Hemlock."—Erika Koch Utsler, Amazon, 5 stars "This book surprised me with its awesomeness...the voice and the writing blew me away."—AdriAnneMS, Amazon, 5 stars
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Name The Boy

Author : Shawn Kerivan
ISBN : 9780897542289
Genre : Adolescence
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A collection of short stories for men. most deal with growing up male.
Category: Adolescence

The Boy With The Unfortunate Name

Author : Eva Markert
ISBN : 9781507137376
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Richard Fartson is very embarrassed about his name but each time he tries to keep it a secret from his classmates or other people he meets, it inevitably ends up in a catastrophe. One day a new boy starts in his class, who – because of his name or rather names – also has unusual problems. Will Richard be able to learn from him how to stay cool in such situations?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Social Relations In A Secondary School

Author : Dr David H Hargreaves
ISBN : 9781134684434
Genre : Reference
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Drawing on the great wealth of knowledge and experience of education practitioners and theorists, the volumes in the Sociology of Education set of the International library of Sociology explore the very important relationship between education and society. These books became standard texts for actual and intending teachers. Drawing upon comparative material from Israel, France and Germany, titles in this set also discuss the key questions of girls' and special needs education, and the psychology of education.
Category: Reference

The Boy With Two Homes

Author : Sandy Pimentel
ISBN : 9781477170885
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Boy With Two Homes is a story about a child who needed to live in two places because his Mom and Dad were no longer living together. Change is always difficult and confusing at first but Anton became healthy and happy living in both places. The story is a reflection of the power that love has when change forces a different way of life for a family.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Little Boy With Three Names

Author : Ann Nolan Clark
ISBN : 1885772165
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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During the summer Tso'u returns home to Taos, putting aside his school name of Little-Joe along with his school clothes to take part once again in village life, to go to church--where he is known as Jose la Cruz--to ride his horse to the sacred Blue Lake
Category: Juvenile Fiction


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105012229402
Genre : London (England)
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Coach Tommy Thompson And The Boys Of Sequoyah

Author : Patti Dickinson
ISBN : 9780806151632
Genre : Social Science
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When eleven-year-old Tommy Thompson arrived at a government-run Indian boarding school in 1915, it seemed a last resort for the youngster. Instead, it turned out to be the first step toward a life dedicated to helping others. Thompson went on to become a star athlete and football coach—a Cherokee legend whose story is remembered by many and is now finally told for a wider audience. Following gridiron fame at Northeastern State College, Thompson returned to Sequoyah Vocational School in 1947 as Boys’ Coach and Advisor. More than a thousand boys attended the boarding school during the eleven years he coached there. Writing for readers old and young, Patti Dickinson tells the inspiring story of how this one man made a difference in the lives of a generation of Indian youth. Through football, Thompson taught his boys the skills and values they would need to succeed in life, and twice led his team to the state finals. Dickinson describes the success of that program, including one epic, rain-soaked championship game. She paints compelling portraits of Thompson’s boys—the men whose firsthand stories and reminiscences form the basis of the narrative—and re-creates daily life at the school. To his boys, Thompson was Ah-sky-uh, “the man,” a Cherokee term of respect. Half a century after his death, Sequoyah High School still reveres his memory. This book secures his place in history as it opens a new window on the boarding school experience.
Category: Social Science