Ritchie, Judy, Kate Schmidt, and Jamie Kilmartin. Creative Rubber Stamping. YA/761/ RIT
Hopper, Jessica. The Girls’ Guide to Rocking. YA/782.42166/ HOP
How to Start a Band, Book Gigs, and Get Rolling to Rock Stardom
Wachtel, Alan. September 11: A Primary Source History. YA/ 973.931/ WAC
On the planes : four hijackings, four deadly crashes -- In the towers : chaos and collapse -- Homeland response : the aftermath of the attacks -- Fighting Al-Qaeda : a deadly enemy emerges -- Popular culture : September 11 in the media -- Looking back : memorials and remembrance -- Major figures : the people of September 11, 2001.
Ford, Amanda. Be True to Yourself. A daily guide for teenage girls. YA/ 158.1/ FOR
Offers girls daily advice to get through the toughest time of their lives.
Lindsay, Jeanne Warren. Teen Dads: Rights, responsibilities, and Joys. YA/ 306.874/ LIN
A guide for teenage fathers who want to develop their parenting skills, with an emphasis on dealing with children from birth to the age of three.
Smithson, Ryan. Ghosts of War. The true story of a 19-year-old GI. YA/ 956.70443/ SMI
Instead of opting for the college life, Ryan Smithson joined the Army Reserve when he was 17. Two years later, he was deployed to Iraq as an Army engineer. His story and the thousands of other soldiers- is nothing like what you see on CNN or read about in the paper. In this harrowing memoir, readers march along one GI’s tour of duty. It will change the way you feel about what it means to be an American.
Gorman, Jacqueline Laks. Pearl Harbor: A Primary Source History. YA/ 940.5426/ GOR
Early history : opening and expanding Japan -- Buildup : early days of World War II -- The crisis deepens : drawn into conflict -- Climax & aftermath : a day of infamy -- Popular culture : Pearl Harbor in the media -- Looking back : Pearl Harbor in context -- Major figures : the people of Pearl Harbor.
Eamer, Claire. Traitor's Gate and other doorways to the past. YA/ 909/ EAM
Describes the histories of famous doorways throughout the world, and features information on Traitors' Gate, the most famous doorway in London which has--over its thousand-year history--been a gateway to a royal residence, a fortress, an armory, and a prison.