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Zenn Diagram by Wendy Brant

Reading Level: Ages 14-18

17-year-old Eva does not like human touch.  She doesn't even like to touch someone else's personal items like cell phones or a favorite sweater.  People think Eva is on the spectrum or a germaphobe  she is neither but lets them think so.  Only her parents know the real reason.  Eva is a touch empath.  One touch of a person or their important possession drops Eva down a hole of their emotions, secrets and desires.  Eva has managed to get through high school without being overwhelmed by following her no touch rule.  But then she meets Zenn a handsome, gentle funny boy.  A boy that she would really like to touch.

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Numbers by Rachel Ward

Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 by Richard Paul Evans and

Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld

 

This is Not a Werewolf Story by Sandra Evans

Reading Level: Grades 4 - 6

Raul has attended the One of Our Kind boarding school for years, ever since his mother ran off leaving his father to care for him. His father stopped picking him up for the weekend a long time ago, but he has kept secret from the dean by pretending that his father insists on picking him up at the main road, not the school. Each weekend he packs his bags, heads towards the road, and sneaks into White Deer Woods where he goes to an abandoned lighthouse to meet a beautiful white wolf and enjoy his second, secret, weekend life.

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School of the Dead by Avi

Reading Level: Grades 4 - 6

When Tony's parents take in his ancient Great Uncle Charlie, who is obsessed with communicating with the dead, Tony slowly starts pulling away from all his friends and spending more time with Uncle Charlie. Charlie then convinces his parents to move to California so that Tony can attend Charlie's old school, but from day one Tony suspects that something is very wrong at the Penda School.

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