Books tagged: teenage years

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Unveiling: Poetic Confessions of a Muslim Woman (Second Edition)
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You set the price! Words: 5,810. Language: English. Published: December 28, 2011 by Ash5haa3rah. Category: Fiction » Poetry » Biography
Yes, I am a Muslim woman who observes the 'hijab', but no, I don't actually wear the 'face veil'. Nonetheless, I must admit, it is as if my whole life, my innermost thoughts and feelings and struggles, the depths of my joys and sorrows, my experiences about love and life and faith, have been 'veiled' - until now.
When Life was Simple 1940's - 1950's
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 46,640. Language: English. Published: December 12, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Life stages / general
Life was simple growing up in the 1940’s and 1950’s. It’s an age of innocence and patriotism. It follows this young free spirited child through all stages of his life with none of today’s complexities and prejudices. Life is happy with fishing, basketball and lively adventures until girls are discovered.
Megan's Grandparents Visit
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Series: A Spirit Guide, A Ghost Tiger and One Scary Mother!, Book 9 ยท Paranormal. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 15,980. Language: English. Published: February 26, 2014 by Owen Jones. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
Megan’s grandparents ring up one night to ask if they can come down for the week end. Megan and her parents are concerned that one of them may be sick, but that is not the case, they just have more time on their hands now that they are retired and want to get to know Megan better. The weekend holds many surprises, but the best one for Megan is hat her grandparents are sympathetic to her beliefs.
Once Upon A Summer Long Ago
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 99,880. Language: English. Published: September 16, 2014. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
In the early 1960s, when the term ‘personal computer’ was still an oxymoron, young people still managed to survive, grow up and even have fun in the process. Meet Greg, Jennifer, Ellen and Carol and join them in stories of fun and friendship as they explore a world of opportunity that seemed to stretch to eternity.