Tina lives on the streets of Kenya and becomes part of a gang to survive. Sixteen-year-old Nina experiences sex, betrayal, loss, and a dysfunctional home life, all while trying to understand what it means to be female in the world and whether love can ever be truly unconditional. The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic. Grace is a 17-year-old pianist who has spent most of her life taking care of her mother, Maggie. They join others who are following General Sherman's march through Georgia, including Caleb, who is working with the Union troops.
The president will undergo a physical at Walter Reed on Jan.
12, and the results will be made public, the White House says.
Just before Adri leaves Earth to become one of the first human inhabitants of Mars, she finds a journal and a series of letters that spark her curiosity about her past.
Adam and girlfriend Chloe capitalize on the aliens’ obsession with 1950s nostalgia by creating a retro reality show, but why does the promised bright future feel like selling out?
It's hard for Marcos to be in his neighborhood, but being at school isn’t much better. Can Molly overcome her insecurities and finally take a chance?
Her outgoing twin, Cassie, thinks she's got the perfect guy for Molly, but Molly’s finding herself more drawn to a nerdy coworker.
The new book "Fire and Fury," which author Michael Wolff says is based on behind-the-scenes West Wing access and interviews with key staffers, contends the president's aides are "painfully aware" he has a tendency to repeat himself and ramble.
On Thursday, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said it was "disgraceful and laughable" to suggest the Trump was not mentally fit.
In 1999 Bolivia, Francisco's father is arrested on false drug charges. Rachel and Henry were best friends until Rachel moved away. Grace, a musical theater-loving junior, is not like her friends. 16-year-old Frenchie is part of a group that bands together for survival.
Knopf Books for Young Readers, .99 (9781101937648). In a futuristic world destroyed by climate change, where most people have lost the ability to dream, Indigenous Peoples of North America are being hunted down and killed for the dream cure found in their bone marrow. It's Pasiphae, Minos' wife, who pays the price, birthing a son who is half man and half bull.
When Jack begins to hallucinate, August is determined to protect him.