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Trickster's Girl
Hilari Bell

TEEN BELL

In the year 2098, grieving her father and angry with her mother, 15-year-old Kelsa joins the magical Raven on an epic journey from Utah to Alaska to heal the earth by restoring the flow of magic that humans have disrupted.


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Wolves, Boys and Other Things That Might Kill Me
Kristen Chandler

TEEN CHANDLER

Growing up in the wilderness near Yellowstone under the tutelage of her wildlife guide father, KJ falls in love with shaggy-haired Virgil while writing a school newspaper article about local wolves and developing a greater understanding of her world.


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The Black Sheep
Yvonne Collins,Sandy Rideout

TEEN COLLINS

Fifteen-year-old Kendra Bishop quickly regrets her rash decision to write to a new reality television show when she finds herself in Monterey, California, living with a large family of activists rather than in a Manhattan apartment with her uptight, money-oriented parents.


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Girlwood
Claire Dean

TEEN DEAN

When Polly Greene’s older sister Bree runs away from home, Polly and her eccentric grandmother believe she is hiding in the neighboring Idaho woods, and when they discover a mysterious, hidden grove of larches, Polly and her friends build a shelter for Bree and try to save the grove from developers.


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The Devil's Breath
David Gilman

TEEN GILMAN

When fifteen-year-old Max Gordon’s environmentalist-adventurer father goes missing while working in Namibia and Max becomes the target of a would-be assassin at his school in England, he decides he must follow his father to Africa and find him before they both are killed.


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Neil Young's Greendale
Josh Dysart

GRAPHIC GREENDALE

“Greendale” is based on Neil Young’s critically acclaimed 2003 album and 2004 film of the same name. Many have referred to the album as a “rock novel” which explores the effects of crime, media, consumerism and environmental issues on the Green family in the sheltered small Northern California town of Greendale.


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Boys, Bears, and a Serious Pair of Hiking Boots
Abby McDonald

TEEN MCDONALD

Pleading to spend her summer at her hippie godmother’s home in rural Canada, environmentally minded teen Jenna quickly discovers that her long-held ideals have little in common with the realities of wilderness life.


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Destroy All Cars
Blake Nelson

TEEN NELSON

Through assignments for English class, seventeen-year-old James Hoff rants against consumerism and his classmates’ apathy, puzzles over his feelings for his ex-girlfriend, and expresses disdain for his emotionally distant parents.


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Generation Green: The Ultimate Teen Guide to Living an Eco-Friendly Life
Linda Sivertsen,Tosh Sivertsen

SCIENCE ENVIRON SIV

Lays out the inside scoop on the biggest issues affecting our planet, such as global warming and overflowing landfills; offers dozens of tips on how to shop, dress, eat, and travel the green way; and shows that being environmentally conscious can be a natural part of life.


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Suzanne Weyn

TEEN WEYN

When oil supplies run out and global warming leads to devastating storms, classmates Tom, Niki, Gwen, Hector, and Brock realize that the world as they know it is ending and lead the way to a more environmentally-friendly society.


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