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And remember that these books are not just for girls. Several of these are also on the (newly updated!) Books Boys Love list, and my own teenage son has enjoyed a whole lot of the books on this one.

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The March sisters are each distinctive in their own way, but they band together to help their mother while their father is serving in the Civil War. The original version follows the girls as they grow into womanhood. Girls might enjoy identifying with a particular sister -- Meg, Jo, Beth or Amy.

In recent years, cultural commentators have sounded the alarm about the dire state of reading in America. Americans are not reading enough, they say, or reading the right books, in the right way.In this book, Baylor University Professor Alan Jacobs argues that, contrary to the doomsayers, reading is alive and well in America. And the best kind of reading of all is reading at whim.

Oh, Mercy! Pig out on the first six adventures in the New York Times best-selling series, all tucked together in one enticing box--the perfect gift!Foiling a robber, driving a car, squeezing into a tutu--is there anything the porcine wonder won't do in her single-minded pursuit of treats, buttered ...

A brave mouse, a covetous rat, a wishful serving girl, and a princess named Pea come together in this award-winning tale of adventure, hope, and light. Don't miss the Author Access where Kate DiCamillo answers questions about this book in RAR Premium.

Eleven-year-old Nan Sparrow is quite possibly the best climber who ever lived. With her wits and will, she's managed to beat deadly odds time and time again. But when Nan's Sweep disappears suddenly and then she's caught in a chimney fire, everything changes. It starts with a black piece of coal.

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Gender-neutral names are big, and Aston is about as gender-neutral as you can get. Plus, it calls to mind names like Arden: Not only for its identical beginning and end but because luxury brand-names-turned-baby-names are definitely on the rise (Dior, for example, was the second-fastest-growing among girl names last year).

Maiara sounds like an appealing combination of Maya (currently number 61 on the charts) and Yara, which was one of the fastest-rising girl names last year thanks to the Yara Greyjoy character on Game of Thrones.

Although not a Jedi Master, Daeshara'cor began the training of the two Twi'lek girls, and brought them to the Jedi Praxeum on the moon of Yavin 4.[12] Rar and her sister were schooled in the Jedi arts on Yavin 4, where Rar was instructed in lightsaber combat, galactic history, and the uses of the Force.[13] She constructed her own lightsaber,[12] with a silver blade.[1] At some point in 25 ABY, Rar met Leia Organa Solo, sister to Jedi Master Luke Skywalker and a former Chief of State of the New Republic.[2] When the Yuuzhan Vong, aliens from another galaxy, invaded the Outer Rim Territories that same year, Alema and Numa Rar joined the fight against the new threat.[1]

With her fellow Jedi, Rar was incarcerated on the Exquisite Death, as Yaght selected members of the strike team for torture sessions with one of the voxyn. Kore was tortured extensively; already suffering from the severe wound to her back and the puncture to her single lung, the Bith was supported by the Force Meld as best the Jedi could manage in their weakened state. Commander Yaght questioned Kore continually on the existence of the secret Jedi base, and when the other members of the strike team began to feel that it would be easier on the wounded Bith if she relinquished the name and location, Rar grew worried, able to see that Yaght's goal was not to break Kore's spirit, but the spirit of the strike team. When she communicated this fear to Jaina Solo, Rar was struck and rendered unconscious by her captors. Despite her wounds, Kore soon managed to bring about the death of the voxyn, and the Yuuzhan Vong commander became aware that the Jedi were too dangerous to be incarcerated for a long period of interrogation. The Exquisite Death traveled faster toward Myrkr.[1]

Lomi Plo offered to lead the team through the voxyn training warren and the Jedi began to fracture over the best course of action. Zekk detested the idea of accepting help from dark side adherents, whereas Rar saw Plo and Welk as the best chance for survival. When two coralskipper starfighters made a run on the strike team's location, YVH 2-4S was lost, and Rar gave her breath mask to Plo in a brief gas attack deployed by one of the Yuuzhan Vong pilots. Unprotected from the gas, and pursued through a lake by a voxyn, Rar barely managed to escape the creature before being rendered unconscious by the gas. She and a similarly comatose Welk were taken to safety by Veila and Tekli while the team set up an ambush for the pursuing Yuuzhan Vong warrior contingent. The unconscious Twi'lek went hidden and unscathed as the warriors were successfully routed and ambushed.[1]

In the resulting skirmish, Rar was able to best Meewalh before being placed at the mercy of Cakhmaim. An order from Organa Solo prevented Cakhmaim from killing Rar, and the Twi'lek used the momentary distraction to hurl the Noghri away with the Force and attack Organa Solo. The two women talked briefly until Organa Solo realized that the Twi'lek was, through her allegiance to the Gorog nest, a fully fledged enemy of the Jedi Order, at which point the combatants engaged each other again. Rar soon had Organa Solo on the defensive, but was tricked by the Human woman and her husband, who lured her under the discharge point for the aft escape pod. From within the cockpit, Han Solo then fired the pod, blowing the discharge hatch into the Twi'lek and knocking her down. Rar was then tranquilized by Organa Solo and taken back on board the freighter.[8]

Rar's opponents proved themselves more than capable of withstanding the masses of warriors and despite the Twi'lek's best efforts Luke Skywalker was soon coming after her. The former Jedi Knight retreated up a tunnel but was eventually forced to turn and face the Jedi Master. Skywalker offered clemency, giving Rar the opportunity to return to the Jedi. In response, the Twi'lek attacked the Jedi Master furiously. Outmatched, she was easily held at bay while Skywalker urged her to reconsider her actions and to think of her long dead sister and how Numa would perceive Rar's current actions. This approach incensed Rar further, though she was unable to break through Skywalker's guard. The Jedi Master then batted the Twi'lek's blade aside, dragged Rar toward him with the Force, and cleaved down into her left shoulder with his own weapon. Instantly, Rar lost the use of her sword arm. Skywalker appropriated her lightsaber and headed back to aid his wife, while Rar retreated to safety.[8]

When Rar had explained that she wanted to ally with Lumiya in order to further Jacen Solo's corruption, the Sith Lady accepted the Twi'lek's aid. Over the next few days, Rar helped Lumiya assassinate several members of the True Victory Party,[3] the same faction she had observed as part of her Jedi duties after the Yuuzhan Vong War.[8] Reh'mwa and the True Victory Party had become opponents of Jacen Solo and thus the aspiring Sith had asked Lumiya to kill off its leading members. After having performed a number of assassinations, Rar traveled with her new ally to the Anakin Solo, an Imperial I-class Star Destroyer bestowed upon Solo by Cha Niathal, the Supreme Commander of the Galactic Alliance forces. The Anakin Solo traveled from Coruscant to the Hapes Cluster, in order to protect Queen Mother Tenel Ka Djo from a possible coup d'état. Even while working alongside Lumiya, however, the Twi'lek was not made privy to the extent of the Sith Lady's plans, and similarly her explanations of the Balance fell on disinterested ears.[3]

Soon, she detected another presence, that of Zekk, who was moving through the nearby lobby. Rar singled him out as a target of opportunity, readying her blowgun, only to discover Jedi Master Corran Horn standing behind her. Horn demanded Rar's surrender, and merely plucked her dart from the air when she fired upon him. The two ignited their lightsabers, and the denizens of the lobby applauded, expecting a mock-duel. As Zekk closed in, Rar hurled her lightsaber at a chandelier, forcing Zekk and Horn to save numerous patrons from being crushed. The Twi'lek made her escape, only to be confronted by Organa Solo in a long corridor, with Jaina Solo closing in behind. Panicked, and abandoning her quest to kill Han Solo in front of his wife, Rar fired her blowgun at Organa Solo, only to have the dart Force-pushed back into her mouth with near-fatal consequences. The trapped Twi'lek fled, making her way to a cargo bay, where she was shot in the left clavicle by Jagged Fel. In great pain, the Twi'lek hurled her former squadron-mate into a stack of cargo crates and rushed into the hangar bay. Desperately searching for a ship, Rar boarded the Duracrud, to which she knew the codes. Galactic Alliance regulations enabled the vessel's departure despite Terrik's best efforts, as it was technically assigned to the military. In the YV-666, Rar fled the scene of her latest conflict.[28] 041b061a72


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