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The False Prince by Jennifer A Nielsen (SLJH, TJH 7th Grade)

It doesn't matter how you got started, you have the power to design the end of your story. We are all born to win More@

This list is a far from complete list of some of my favorites - they are warriors, scholars, mothers, daughters; they can be wildly in love and impressively practical; they are a little too perfect and incredibly flawed. Most of them have happy endings, some of them don't. In an nutshell - these are girls who act like girls should and must.

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The Doom Rider- The Apocalypse is coming. And the only ones who can save the world, hold the power to destroy it. Seth Crow has lived a thousand lives, and in each one he's been murdered before he turns thirteen. And now he's being hunted again. But this time it's different. Enter Lily, who tells him of his fate: Seth is CONQUEST. The first of the four riders of the Apocalypse. And people want him dead, before he can fulfil his destiny. Seth's only hope lies in finding the other…

Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project by Jack Mayer. Based on the true story of Irena Sendler, a Holocaust hero, and the Kansas teens who "rescued the rescuer." Red Queen (9780062310644): Victoria Aveyard: Books