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Pardon Me, You're Stepping On My Eyeball

By: Paul Zindel

Fifteen-year-old "Marsh" Mellow thinks  the whole world hates him. Then he meets Edna  Shinglebox, a classmate who looks as freaky and  depressed as he is. Even...

The Pigman's Legacy

By: Paul Zindel

The Pigman has been dead for four months when John and Lorraine visit his empty house-and discover a down-and-out old man on the run from the tax collector.  Convinced he's a sign from beyond...

My Darling, My Hamburger

By: Paul Zindel

As senior year rolls around, two unlikely couples find themselves caught between desire and the fear of intimacy.  Liz and Sean, misunderstood by their parents, confused but certain they are...

Two Fine Ladies: Tea for Three

By: Antonia Zehler
illustrated by: the author

What do two “fine ladies” do when they meet a bear one morning? Invite him home to tea, of course! Unfortunately, bears don’t have the best manners–the ladies’ new friend...

The Pigman

By: Paul Zindel

Meet Mr. Pignati, a lonely old man with a beer belly and an awful secret. He's the Pigman, and he's got a great big twinkling smile. When John and Lorraine, two high school sophomores, meet Mr. Pignati,...


By: Jane Breskin Zalben

Daniel says: life caused me to grow up fast. Real fast. Like overnight. Krista says: The real me—the one who knew I should treat Daniel the way I'd want to be treated—was angry at the other...

My Friend John

By: Charlotte Zolotow
illustrated by: Amanda Harvey

What makes someone a best friend?John knows everything about me, and I know everything about him. So begins the heartwarming story of two young boys who together experience fun times, sad times, happy...

Two Fine Ladies Have a Tiff

By: Antonia Zehler

Two “fine ladies” wake up one morning on the wrong side of the bed. They argue through breakfast and bicker over a string of beads. When the beads break, one fine lady leaves, and the other...

The Serpent King

By: Jeff Zentner

“The Serpent King is a book you won’t be able to resist or forget. The Southern boy in me savored every syllable and the reader in me fell in love with every page.” —John Corey...


Sass & Serendipity

By: Jennifer Ziegler

Daphne:  beautiful cheerleader-type who not only believes in love at true sight, but expects it.  Thinks her Mom is to blame for her parents’ divorce because she is just so grouchy. ...

The Book Thief

By: Markus Zusak

What would your life story be if Death was the narrator? Looking back, Leisel Meminger's story is simple, really--foster child, reader, thief. But it is also complex. Living under Nazi rule...