Young Adult Book

Some articles on book, young adult book, young, adult:

Cassandra Clare - Awards - City of Bones
2010 Georgia Peach Book Awards for Teen Readers Finalist for the Locus Award for Best First Novel of 2007 An American Library Association Teens Top Ten Award winner, 2010 ... Georgia ...
Carl Deuker - Awards
... On the Devil's Court, Young Adult Book of the Year in South Carolina Heart of a Champion, Young Adult Book of the Year in Nebraska, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee ...
Legal Adulthood
... Admission of a young person to a place may be restricted because of danger for that person, concern that the place may lead the person to immoral behavior, and/or because of the risk that the young person causes ... can distinguish the legality of acts of a young person, and of enabling a young person to carry out that act, by selling, renting out, showing, permitting ... of supervision by a legal guardian, or just by an adult ...
Internext
... Internext-Expo is a biannual adult industry networking event B2B and convention for the adult Internet industry professionals and those who work within ... held in January in Las Vegas at the conclusion of the Adult Entertainment Expo ...
Mary Carey (entertainer) - Career
... Carey travelled to Los Angeles and made the rounds of the adult-film producers and studios, eventually landing a job with Playboy TV ... Rehab, and has appeared in more than 80 adult films ... She has a product line with Doc Johnson adult toy company, she has authored a book, and she is currently developing a TV series with GoGo Luckey ...

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