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New Arrivals - Teen Nonfiction

"This book is packed with everything you won't learn from your guidance counselor, including: tips to make your roommate love you ; decor that will turn your dorm into the coolest place to hang out ; sneaky ways to save cash on campus ; details on what really goes down at college parties ; plus lots more!"--Page [2] of cover.

Traces the story of the Russian Revolution, the lives of the Romanov family and the story of their tragic deaths, in an account that draws on primary source materials and includes period photography.

Presents, in graphic novel format, the adventures of explorer Ernest Shackleton in the Antarctic.

Deciding what to do after high school is one of the biggest decisions you'll ever make. This book will help you come to grips with this often-overwhelming time of transition. It begins by helping students think seriously about who they are and what they want and then moves on to dissect the various options that are available after high school, such as enrolling in a training program, attending a community college, taking a gap year, enlisting in the military, or pursuing a traditional four-year degree, and more. It also takes an in-depth look at what you can expect to earn, the kind of lifestyle you may lead, and the possible pitfalls of all of these scenarios. Full of checklists, anecdotes, brainstorming activities, and journal exercises.--From publisher description.

"In Puerto Rico, there is a girl, Isabel Sanchez, who could be like any other girl you see in high school, except for the creature who lives inside of her that's a ruthless killing machine"--From publisher description.