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    JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD BOOKS

     

    OCTOBER

    JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD SELECTIONS

     

    HUNGRY HEARTS by Elsie Chapman

    A collection of interconnected short stories that explore the intersection of family, culture, and food in the lives of thirteen teens"--Provided by publisher.

    ELON MUSK; A MISSION TO SAVE THE WORLD by Anna Redding

    "Elon Musk is known for rewriting the rules and accomplishing impossible things. His life is filled with big dreams, inspiring successes, frustrating failures, and seemingly inevitable controversy. Find out the true story of how this South African schoolboy's mission to save the world led him to become the visionary once described by the 'New York Times' as 'arguably the most important and successful entrepreneur in the world'"—Dust jacket.

    WARHEAD by Jeff Henigson

    A memoir about Jeff Henigson's teen Starlight Children's Foundation wish after being diagnosed with brain cancer: to meet Mikhail Gorbachev and plea for nuclear disarmament and world peace"--Provided by publisher.

    THE FAR AWAY BROTHERS by Lauren Markham

    "Identical twins Ernesto and Raul Flores, seventeen, must flee El Salvador, make a . . . journey across the Rio Grande and the Texas desert, face capture by immigration authorities, and struggle to navigate life in America"--Provided by publisher.

    THE MIRACLE & TRAGEDY OF THE DIONNE QUINTUPLETS by Sarah Miller

    A biography of the Dionne quintuplets who the Ontario government took guardianship of them and set them up as a tourist attraction across from their family's house.