At turns searing, optimistic, heartbreaking, and uplifting, this contemporary YA novel about how friendship saves a boy's life is a stunning debut.
A ferocious story of a poor Detroit boy who engages in the bloody sport of Mixed Martial Arts and ultimately attains freedom from his slave master father by acquiring a maturity well beyond his years and by learning about love. Second book in the series.
McCutcheon Daniels’ life is full of bone-cracking violence. As a star fighter in the gritty underground Mixed Martial Arts circuit in the poorest section of Detroit, McCutcheon fights under the tutelage of his volatile and violent father, not so much for himself but to survive as protector of his beloved five-year old sister, Gemma.
In this companion novel to the critically-acclaimed and New York Times bestselling Code Name Verity, Elizabeth Wein creates a stunning story of courage and friendship during WWII.
Can two best friends save each other when they crash land in enemy territory? In CODE NAME VERITY, nothing is certain, especially not the girls’ survival in this gripping and heartbreaking WWII thriller.
A funny, poignant coming of age story about Donna Parisi finding inspiration, four years after her father's death, in the most unlikely place--by working with the dead.
A sparkling series debut about three girls who will always be best friends, no matter the distance between them.
An unlikely romance sparks between a girl looking to reform and a boy with Asperger's Syndrome
Two best friends find romance, mischief, and more mischief in their adventures hot dude-chasing abroad.