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Family Reading Night — Let's Go Camping!

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Reviewed by Stephen Brayton for Readers' Favorite Three months ago, amateur sleuth Tandy Angel solved the murder of her parents. Now, a few months free of the mood altering drugs she'd been forced to take by her father, she is faced with other problems. Her older brother, the football hero, is in jail for murder. A new strict guardian has entered the household. Private high school students are being murdered. Tandy's memory of Jake Rampling, a past love who mysteriously disappeared, is…

Gone by Michael Grant About the Book: All the adults have disappeared. GONE. No doctors, no police, no adults. Also, their is no phones, no internet, and no television. Animals are mutating. The teens are developing unimaginable, dangerous, deadly powers. And time is running out: On your birthday, you disappear. Fantasy Books (Read *****)

Vengeance (The SSU Book 1) by Vanessa Kier (2013) --- Romantic Suspense --- Former art history student Jenna Paterson vows revenge on her once beloved older brother, Kai, believing him responsible for the attack that killed their parents. But Kai has disappeared with a microchip containing deadly government research data. Undercover agent Niko Andros will go to any length to get the microchip so he can trade it for his kidnapped aunt―including using Jenna as bait.

#MRHall The Disappeared - Two young British students, Nazim Jamal and Rafi Hassan vanish without a trace. The police tell their parents that the boys had been under surveillance, that it was likely they left the country to pursue their dangerous new ideals. Seven years later, Nazim’s grief-stricken mother is still unconvinced. Jenny Cooper is her last hope. Jenny is finally beginning to settle into her role as Coroner for the Severn Valley; the ghosts of her past that threatened to topple…

The Doldrums, written and illustrated by Nicholas Gannon, 340 pp, RL 4. Archer Helmsley is the grandson of intrepid explorers, trapped in their museum-like house by dull, anxious parents. When he befriends Oliver Glub and Adelaide Belmont, a former ballet student with a wooden leg, he decides to make his own adventures.

Thom Creed is used to being on his own. His father, had once been one of the greatest and most beloved superheroes of The League--until the Wilson Towers incident. After that Thom's mother disappeared and his proud father became an outcast.Along the way, Thom falls in love, and discovers the difficult truth about his parents' past. This is a moving, funny, and wonderfully original novel that shows that things are not always what they seem, and love can be found in the unlikeliest of…

The children of Alexandria are just trying to live like normal teens, and Ben Schiller is no exception. But her relationship with her best friend is changing, her sister is hiding a dark secret, and tragedy looms. Also: where are all the parents?

I'm Diesel Masters. I'm 19 years old. I grew up in the mountains of Pennsylvania and I'm an orphan. Have been since I was 12. I'm not sure what happened to my parents, they just disappeared and then turned up dead across the country. I don't know what killed them, but I do know that it was supernatural and I'm determined to find it. So, I've been traveling around, saving people, hunting things, and making it my business.

'Digital Leadership' a Must-Read for Educators at All Levels - Vander Ark on Innovation - Education Week

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Caring for Your Introvert

Caring for Your Introvert (this is a great article for extroverts to read, although don't take his sarcasm too personally)

Slate Magazinefrom Slate Magazine

How Evolutionary Creationists Reconcile Science and Religion

How evangelical christians can understand and accept biological evolution, by a scientist, a biologist who is also a committed christian evangelical.

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How to solve climate change with cows (maybe)

“I don’t want to berate the climate movement, but they also need to be doing something else. And the largest quickest way is ecological restoration and restoration of soils.”