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Where you'll find me —Friend, Natasha, 1972-

After her mother's attempted suicide, thirteen-year-old Anna goes to live with her father and his new family, and learns to navigate the shifting loyalties of middle school friendships.

My life in black and white —Friend, Natasha, 1972-

When beautiful high school student Lexi is involved in an automobile accident that leaves her disfigured, she must learn who she really is beyond a pretty face, and she must also learn to forgive.

Perfect —Friend, Natasha, 1972-

Following the death of her father, a thirteen-year-old uses bulimia as a way to avoid her mother's and ten-year-old sister's grief, as well as her own.

How we roll —Friend, Natasha, 1972- author.

After developing alopecia, Quinn lost her friends along with her hair. Former football player Jake lost his legs and confidence after an accident. The two help each other believe in themselves and the possibility of love...

The other F-word : a novel —Friend, Natasha, 1972- author.

"A teen girl who was conceived via in vitro fertilization goes off in search for answers about her past"-- Provided by publisher.

Where you'll find me —Friend, Natasha, 1972- author.

After her mother's attempted suicide, thirteen-year-old Anna goes to live with her father and his new family, and learns to navigate the shifting loyalties of middle school friendships.

Lush —Friend, Natasha, 1972-

Unable to cope with her father's alcoholism, thirteen-year-old Sam corresponds with an older student, sharing her family problems and asking for advice.

Bounce —Friend, Natasha, 1972-

Thirteen-year-old Evyn's world is turned upside-down when her father, widowed since she was a toddler, suddenly decides to remarry a woman with six children, move with Ev and her brother from Maine to Boston, and enroll ...

For keeps —Friend, Natasha, 1972-

Just as sixteen-year-old Josie and her mother finally begin trusting men enough to start dating seriously, the father Josie never knew comes back to town and shakes up what was already becoming a difficult mother-daughte...

How we roll —Friend, Natasha, 1972- author.

Quinn is a teen who loves her family, skateboarding, basketball, and her friends, but after she's diagnosed with a condition called alopecia which causes her to lose all of her hair, her friends abandon her. Jake was onc...

Perfect —Friend, Natasha, 1972-
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2014

Following the death of her father, a thirteen-year-old uses bulimia as a way to avoid her mother's and ten-year-old sister's grief, as well as her own. Junior High. 2005.

Perfect —Friend, Natasha, 1972-
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2011

Following the death of her father, a thirteen-year-old uses bulimia as a way to avoid her mother's and ten-year-old sister's grief, as well as her own.

Perfect —Friend, Natasha, 1972-
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2011

Following the death of her father, a thirteen-year-old uses bulimia as a way to avoid her mother's and ten-year-old sister's grief, as well as her own.

For keeps —Friend, Natasha, 1972-
Eaudiobook
2010

Just as sixteen-year-old Josie and her mother finally begin trusting men enough to start dating seriously, the father Josie never knew comes back to town and shakes up what was already becoming a difficult mother-daughte...

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