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Family Reunion (So Weird, 1)
Family Reunion (So Weird, 1)
by Cathy Dubowski
Mass Market Paperback from Disney Press
Media Published: 1900-01-01
ISBN: 0786813970
 
 
So Weird #5: Web Sight
So Weird #5: Web Sight
by Pam Pollack, Meg Belviso, Sean Abley
Paperback from Disney Press
Media Published: 2000-09-03
ISBN: 0786844418

Can a computer predict the future? Mystery e-mail with a message? Fi is a Web whiz, but when she starts getting weird e-mails from an unknown person, even she can't figure out what's going on. Even worse, the phantom messages take her to a Web site that can foresee the future--and the future doesn't look good for Fi and her family. She convinces Jack and Clu to do some detective work with her to find out who--or what--is behind the eerie e-mails.

Based on the television script by Sean Abley, and adapted by Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso. So Weird is seen on the Disney Channel.

 
So Weird #4: Strangeling
So Weird #4: Strangeling
by Cathy Dubowski
Paperback from Disney Press
Media Published: 2000-07-04
ISBN: 0786814314
 
 
Escape (So Weird, 3)
Escape (So Weird, 3)
by Elizabeth M. Rees
Paperback from Hyperion
Media Published: 2000-06-02
ISBN: 0786813997
 

Lauren`s finally got her life back in order. She`s doing well in school, working with one of the best coaches in the world, and managing to have a social life. She`s even got a secret admirer! Then family finances and her friend Annie`s injury present Lauren with unexpected challenges. She`s going to have to meet them like a champion if she wants to be one some day...

 
So Wierd: Shelter - Book #2 : Junior Novel (So Weird)
So Wierd: Shelter - Book #2 : Junior Novel (So Weird)
by Paul Mantell
Paperback from Hyperion
Media Published: 1900-01-01
ISBN: 0786813989

"Paperback: 144 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.41 x 7.64 x 5.22 Publisher: Hyperion; 2nd edition (April 1, ) ISBN: 0786813989 Ages 4-8 The story follows the main plot of the episode""Sacrifice"" almost verbatim. It doesn't leave anything out,but it does have things that weren't in the show. It spices up the paranormal aspect and gives a much more extensive backstory for the Civil War soldier who encounters ""Bigfoot"" (middle name: Fuzzy) so many years before Fiona. It's a cute book and even if you haven't seen the show the story is easy to follow and the characters are given quite a bit of background. You won't be lost at all."

 
Not-So-Weird Emma
Not-So-Weird Emma
by Sally Warner
Paperback from Puffin
ISBN: 0142408077

emma Mcgraw is slowly making friends at her new school. but when Cynthia calls her weird, emma is shocked. they are supposed to be best friends! in response, emma decides that Cynthia's new name should be bossy pants, and she tells everyone in the class. Now the entire third grade is trading nicknames. And while it starts out being funny, emma begins to see the downside of name-calling. but just when she decides it's time for apologies, her teacher makes the most dreaded call of all--the one to everyone's parents.
 
Why Are Boys So Weird (Tales from Third Grade)
Why Are Boys So Weird (Tales from Third Grade)
by Candice F. Ransom
Paperback from Troll Communications Llc
ISBN: 0816729913

Third-grader Amber Cantrell discovers that boys and girls don't always think alike, when a classmate asks both Amber and her friend Delight to marry him and when her father starts dating a younger woman.

 
Why Are They So Weird
Why Are They So Weird
by Barbara Straunch
Paperback from Bloomsbury Publishing Pod
ISBN: 0747568480

As Strauch reveals, scientists now recognize that there is a biological component to why teenagers are so likely to slam the door and hide out in their rooms at the least provocation. There is a reason they are articulate and idealistic one moment, and incoherent and self-centered the next, or are so attracted to drugs, alcohol and high speeds. And it's not just hormones. New studies show that far from stopping growing at seven or eleven, the brain undergoes a complete rewiring - particularly the frontal cortex, the part of the brain that governs logic and emotions - in adolescence. WHY ARE THEY SO WEIRD? offers a well-informed and entertaining roadmap to that exhilarating, infuriating and sometimes terrifying time.

 
WEIRD: Because Normal Isn t Working
WEIRD: Because Normal Isn't Working
by Craig Groeschel
Hardcover from Zondervan
Media Published: 2011-04-05
ISBN: 0310327903

Normal people are stressed, overwhelmed, and exhausted. Many of their relationships are, at best, strained and, in most cases, just surviving. Even though we live in one of the most prosperous places on earth, normal is still living paycheck to paycheck and never getting ahead. In our oversexed world, lust, premarital sex, guilt, and shame are far more common than purity, virginity, and a healthy married sex life. And when it comes to God, the majority believe in him, but the teachings of scripture rarely make it into their everyday lives. Simply put, normal isn't working. Groeschel's WEIRD views will help you break free from the norm to lead a radically abnormal (and endlessly more fulfilling) life.
 

Family Reunion (So Weird, 1)
by Julia Richardson, Tom J. Astle, Cathy East Dubowski
from Hyperion Press

Strangeling (So Weird, 4th Ed)
by Cathy East Dubowski, Tom J. Astle, Julia Richardson
from Disney Press (Juv Pap)

Web Sight (So Weird, 5th Ed)
by Pam Pollack, Meg Belviso, Sean Abley
from Disney Press (Juv Pap)
 
 

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