Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Purple Heart by Patricia McCormick

Matt Duffy wakes up in a military hospital in Iraq after suffering a traumatic brain injury while he was on patrol. The brain injury has caused him to suffer from memory loss, particularly of the moments leading up to the blast. Matt can recall seeing Ali, a young Iraqi boy he befriended while with his unit, just before everything went blank. While in the hospital, he discovers that Ali has died. The tension tightens and Matt’s guilt increases as he tries to discover if he was responsible for Ali’s death. Purple Heart is another edgy and gripping book from the author of Cut and Sold.


Monday, October 25, 2010

Looking for Websites for Free Books for Your E-reader?

Here are a couple of locations where you can download pdf’s for the e-readers.

Good luck,

Al Ramirez
Information Technology Manager

As Simple as it Seems by Sarah Weeks

Verbena Ellen Colter is eleven years old the summer she finds out that her parents aren’t the people she thought they were—and it sure explains a lot. Her mean streak, for one thing, makes a lot more sense. When Pooch, a boy from the city, moves in next door for the summer, Verbie accidentally convinces him that she’s a ghost—and suddenly she has an opportunity to be someone else entirely. Verbie reinvents herself and discovers what it’s like to be the mischievous, brave, generous girl her mother has always loved. But is this the real Verbena? Find out in “As Simple as it Seems” by Sarah Weeks, author of So B. It and other popular novels.

As Simple as it Seems by Sarah Weeks


Tuesday, October 5, 2010

The Eternal Ones by Kirsten Miller

What if love refused to die?

Having experienced visions of past lives, Haven seeks the help of a mysterious society to help her unlock the mysteries of reincarnation and the secrets of her past lives.

Eternal Ones by Kirsten Miller