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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling

Harry returns to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for his sixth year. As the war against Voldemort escalates outside the walls of Hogwarts, Harry and his classmates continue their studies -- learning to Apparate; perform non-verbal incantations; and, in Harry's case, finally excel at Potions with the help of the mysterious Half-Blood Prince. Harry sets out to learn how Tom Riddle became Lord Voldemort while casualties mount, relationships falter, and others begin.

Sweetblood by Pete Hautman

Sixteen-year-old Lucy Szabo is Undead — at least according to her own theories about vampirism. Lucy believes that the first vampires — with their pale skin, long teeth, and uncontrollable thirst — were dying diabetics. And she should know. She's a diabetic herself. When Lucy becomes involved with Draco — a self-proclaimed "real" vampire she meets in the Transylvania Internet chat room — her world begins crashing down around her. Caught up in late-night parties and Goth culture, she begins to lose control of her grades, relationships, and health. Lucy realizes she needs to make some important choices, and fast. ...

The Wish List by Eoin Colfer

When they die, good people will go to the heaven and bad people will go to the hell. But what happens to Meg Finn, who is half good and half bad? After her death, she get a second chance to correct her numbers...

The Dark is Rising Sequence by Susan Cooper

"When the Dark comes rising, six shall turn it back, three from the circle, three from the track. Wood, bronze, iron, water, fire, stone, five will return and one go alone." - (my cast is for the entire series and only includes major/important characters)

Granny Torrelli Makes Soup by Sharon Creech

Rosie's story unfolds first, over making and eating zuppa, and then Granny Torrelli tells parallel stories from her own childhood to help Rosie with her current predicament. Granny Torrelli's tales are laced with endearing, fun-to-say Italian: "I didn't like it, not one piccolino bit," as is her attempt to help Rosie mend her rift with her best friend Bailey ("That Bailey boy!"), for whom she's starting to feel more-than-friendship feelings. The details of both Rosie's and Granny Torrelli's respective stories are often quite funny (from Braille jealousy to secret guide-dog training for the legally blind Bailey). But, as usual, what ...

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