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Cruise Control

By Terry Trueman

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Having everything in the world a young man could ever want, Paul McDaniel is desperate to pursue his own goals and dreams, but knowing that his mentally-challenged brother will never have such options, Paul becomes overwrought with guilt and soon becomes frozen with regard to what path he is suppose to take in his young life. Jr Lib Guild. Reprint.
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Hurricane

By Terry Trueman

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The wind sounds like a monster shrieking to get inside all night long. In the dark, devastation comes to the small village as people cower with no lights, no warmth- nothing but their fear and the fury of the pounding rain. In the morning, ther survivors, including a young boy named Jose, walk into a nightmare. Based on Hurricane Mitch's terrible toll on Honduras and its people in 1998, this incredibly story shows the courage it takes to rebuild after the force of nature takes everything away. (Ages 10+).
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Inside Out

By Terry Trueman

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A sixteen-year-old with schizophrenia is caught up in the events surrounding an attempted robbery by two other teens who eventually hold him hostage.
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Life Happens Next

By Terry Trueman

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A sequel to the award-winning Stuck in Neutral continues the story of 14-year-old Shawn McDaniel, whose formidable disabilities hide his eidetic auditory memory and his love for a girl, a situation that compels him to redefine his perspectives of normalcy. 40,000 first printing.
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No Right Turn

By Terry Trueman

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After three years of wanting only to be invisible, sixteen-year-old Jordan begins to recover from his father's suicide and start living again when a neighbor's vintage Corvette Stingray opens up new possibilities for him.
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Sheehan

By Terry Trueman

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Stuck In Neutral

By Terry Trueman

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Fourteen-year-old Shawn McDaniel, who suffers from severe cerebral palsy and cannot function, relates his perceptions of his life, his family, and his condition, especially as he believes his father is planning to kill him.
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