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Am I Blue? (Unabridged)

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A story described by Katherine Paterson as "didactic camp", a very funny but also thought-provoking fantasy about the issue of gayness. This controversial tale has given enormous comfort to many young people struggling with their own sexual identity.

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Am I Blue? (Unabridged)

Amber Brown Is Not a Crayon (Unabridged)

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Amber Brown and Justin Daniels are best friends. They sit next to each other in school, help each other with fractions and spelling, and always stick up for one another. But when Justin finds out that he is moving away, everything begins to change.

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720L
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01:45
Amber Brown Is Not a Crayon (Unabridged)

Amber Brown Wants Extra Credit (Unabridged)

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Amber Brown is in deep trouble. Lately, no matter what she does, it isn't enough. She straightens up her room - sort of. She does her homework - well, most of it. And she agrees to meet Max, her mother's new boyfriend - but she doesn't agree to like him. Now her mother is angry, her teacher wants all of her homework, and Max keeps trying to make her laugh. What's Amber to do?

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710L
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01:20
Amber Brown Wants Extra Credit (Unabridged)

Amber Brown Sees Red (Unabridged)

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Meet Amber Brown, the unforgettable third-grader whose spunk and good humor help her survive the joys and sorrows that life delivers in Amber Brown Sees Red.

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680L
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01:18
Amber Brown Sees Red (Unabridged)

Amber Brown Is Feeling Blue (Unabridged)

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Nine-year-old Amber Brown faces further complications because of her parents' divorce when her father plans to move back from Paris and she must decide which parent she will be with on Thanksgiving.

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760L
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Amber Brown Is Feeling Blue (Unabridged)

The Amazing Life of Birds: The Twenty-Day Puberty Journal of Duane Homer Leech (Unabridged)

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I should have seen it coming. A long time before it came I should have known. I was six or seven years old and there was a girl living next door named Peggy. She was a year older than me and a lot stronger and we were wrestling and she held me down....

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The Amazing Life of Birds: The Twenty-Day Puberty Journal of Duane Homer Leech (Unabridged)