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I don’t know what happened.

One day we were best friends, the very best friends.

We were the kind that could tell each other anything and everything.

And then, everything became different.

My best friend in the whole entire world stopped talking to me.

For no good reason at all.

He just stopped.

When I asked him why, he didn’t even give me an answer.

I’m only twelve years old, I don’t know that much about life.

But I know that when you’re best friends with someone you don’t just leave them behind.

That’s why this summer I’m going to find out what went wrong between us.

We won’t be kids anymore, and we’re going to need to have each other’s backs for our hectic teenage years.

This is the summer we turn thirteen.

And this is the summer, I am going to get him back.

Harlee Ramirez and James Whitmire have been best friends since they were nine years old. Harlee is bold and brazen while James is shy and reserved.
In some cases, such opposite personalities may repel, but not in theirs.
Their differences make the dynamic of their friendship special.

So special, Harlee always believed they were untouchable, unbreakable, and that no one could come between them.
But the month before Harlee and James’ thirteenth birthdays, James proves otherwise. When he ends their friendship without even giving Harlee so much as an explanation.
Harlee is hurt, confused, and angry, that James could just throw their friendship away like that.

Regardless, Harlee is relentless and not willing to take this laying down.
She will do anything it takes to win back her best friend
. But as she does, she begins to wonder if their friendship is even worth saving or if growing up really does mean growing apart.

The summer we turned 13 is a coming of age summer story that will lead readers on a journey of self-discovery, facing your fears, and knowing the value of friendship.
Packed with witty humor, lovable while relatable characters, and heartfelt moments it is a great read for tweens and teen to enjoy.

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"…she leans in to kiss me chastely on the lips, before laughing and running away towards the direction the gang went earlier. Very faintly I hear her call out to me as she goes. “Happy Winter Solstice, Tadhg!”

Speechless, I watch her run off and then glance up at the mistletoe hanging above my head.

Then I look over towards the still-burning fire. “Happy Winter Solstice, Caoilainn,” I whisper back smiling to myself."


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Sing Loudly to the Stars

“We’re rarities, you know that?”
“People like you and me. People who can figure out how to live out here, alone, free. Or not just how to live, but how to thrive.”
“I’m not sure I’d call this thriving, Addy. Not until you get a fire going.”

Adelene Fitz wants to disappear. But that’s nearly impossible for her. She has a family to take care of, a name and a reputation to uphold, a complicated life to keep up with. Disappearing is out of the question.

But sometimes she wonders if she can leave it all behind.

Eliot Ward wants to be found, but not by someone else. He needs to discover his own mind, and staple down all the loose edges. He wants peace and quiet in his head, to drown out every other sound but the pounding of his drums. He needs a break from his hectic world, to find himself in a mess of jumbled thoughts.

But being lost might just be the solution.

Two teens, at odds with the world. They must learn, not only how to live, but how to thrive. But first, they have to figure out how to build a fire.

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It’s 1992, Melbourne, Australia. Music obsessed Abby James has one goal: to see her favourite band of all time, Silent Moth. She’s also just moved to the city to start university and her focus is on making new friends and going to see bands.

Alongside the unassuming musical genius Ben, extroverted goth Mara and the charismatic, risk-taking Matty, Abby soon discovers that navigating friendships is tougher than it used to be. And when the Silent Moth gig she’s waited years for turns into the most devastatingly heartbreaking moment of her life, Abby has to do some growing up - fast.

Mixtape for Abby is the story of friendship, discovery and how music really can take your breath away. It’s about what happens when tragedy strikes at a time when all you should doing is celebrating being young.