From the bestselling author of Crank, the story of three kids whose lives collide at a mental hospital after each attempts suicide.
Sometimes you don't wake up. But if you happen to, you know things will never be the same.
Three lives, three differen... More details on Impulse
Much after that, except for speed. Ghostly red lights, spinning faster and faster, as I began to recede from consciousness. Floating through the ER doors, frenzied motion. A needle's sting. But I do r...
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From the creator and star of Hamilton and In the Heights, with beautiful illustrations by Jonny Sun, comes a book of affirmations to inspire readers at the beginning and end of each day.
"When the world is bringing you dow... More details on Gmorning, Gnight!
This collection of linked poems from David Levithan, the author of the New York Times bestseller Every Day and the groundbreaking classic Boy Meets Boy and the co-author of Will Grayson, Will Grayson (with John Green), will introduce you to a world o... More details on The Realm of Possibility
i've never smoked a cigarette with anyone but jed. senior year, driver's licenses, our town is so many miles with nowhere to go. nowhere but the woods, where leaves block out the haze of the city bloc...
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Richard Siken's "Crush," selected as the 2004 winner of the Yale Younger Poets prize, is a powerful collection of poems driven by obsession and love. Siken writes with ferocity, and his reader hurtles unstoppably with him. His poetry is confessional,... More details on Crush
Few volumes of poetry in the English language have enjoyed as much success with both literary connoisseurs and the general reader as A.E. Hausmann's A Shropshire Lad, first published in 1896.
Scholars and critics have seen in these timeless poems an ... More details on A Shropshire Lad
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"Made up of poems that are so original in their style and so startlingly accomplished in their confessional voice that they helped change the direction of contemporary poetry, Ariel is a masterpiece." - New York Observer
Sylvia Plath's famous collect... More details on Ariel
First published in 1855 and extended by the author over the course of more than three decades, Leaves of Grass embodies Walt Whitman's lifetime ambition to create a new voice that could capture the spirit and vibrancy of the young American nation, wh... More details on Leaves of Grass
True to this authorial role, Whitman’s “Song of Myself” is not about himself at all. While close to the beginning of the poem Whitman identifies himself in specific terms—I, now thirty-seven years old...
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When Lonnie was seven years old, his parents died in a fire. Now he's eleven, and he still misses them terribly. And he misses his little sister, Lili, who was put into a different foster home because "not a lot o... More details on Locomotion