Always wanted to be a platinum blond? Maybe not right before the one night of
your life that you'll take fourteen thousand more photos of yourself than usual.
Since prom is very much about glam and beauty and looking your stunning best,
Author: Taylor Morris
Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Prom has the potential to be the most glamorous night of the year. Fancy gowns and suits, perfect hair, and a date who makes your knees buckle. For some, planning for prom takes months of careful work, to say nothing of the nerves that build as the date nears. This book helps teens navigate all the prep and build up, plus the emotions that come along with it. From date jitters to outfit stress, this book ensures that no matter what, surviving prom is a piece of cake.
I truly did not care about prom. All I wanted was to graduate at the top of the class.
IfI did that, the school would automatically grant me a scholarship to any
university in the country. That was my golden ticket out of this town. Nick would
also aim ...
Author: John H. Ames
Publisher: Ai Press
And you thought last year was full of drama, suspense and romance? You ain’t seen nothing yet! After a summer of love, hard work and…ahem…cohabitation, Nick and John are beginning their senior year. However, putting the memory of last year’s turbulent events at Elite High behind them proves harder than ever. Mysterious notes begin to appear inside John’s locker. Something is definitely wrong since the writer of the notes is none other than Matthew Ward, the homicidal student who nearly killed John. Is Matthew now free to finish what he started? As if that weren’t bad enough, a new girl at school has an obsession with Nick that makes her do terrible things, things that threaten to tear Nick and John apart at every turn. Will Nick and John ever find happiness and stability together? Or will they end up going their separate ways? All of these questions and more will be answered in part two of the Surviving Elite High saga!
Surviving prom worries me more. I try to put on a brave face when Mom questions
me about it, but I can't deny it—being invisible sucks. I try not to dwell on it. "
Depends. If James has time to vacation with me this summer, I'll move in
Megan surmised that the key to surviving prom night was to make sure the
stomach was always churning. So throughout the night they danced and ate,
walked and ate, talked and ate, drank and ate, kissed and ate, etc. Megan's goal
was to ...
Author: Dan Middleman
Evan Dubin is a busy young man. A senior in high school, he is attempting to defend his state wrestling championship in one weight class, while taking on his boyhood rival in another weight class. He discovers the love of his life, only after she starts dating his best friend. Then his brother, nine years his senior, asks him to keep an unthinkable secret from his family, straining an already tenuous sibling relationship and tearing him apart inside. How Evan deals with all of these stressful occurrences will determine his future for years to come.
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... that premature infants surviving after PROM often are subject to prolonged
hospitalization. Perinatal mortality depends mainly on gestational age. The wide
variation in results for preterm infants reflects different groupings of gestational
Author: Jack S. Remington
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Infectious Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn Infant, written and edited by Drs. Remington, Klein, Wilson, Nizet, and Maldonado, remains the definitive source of information in this field. The 7th edition of this authoritative reference provides the most up-to-date and complete guidance on infections found in utero, during delivery, and in the neonatal period in both premature and term infants. Special attention is given to the prevention and treatment of these diseases found in developing countries as well as the latest findings about new antimicrobial agents, gram-negative infections and their management, and recommendations for immunization of the fetus/mother. Nationally and internationally recognized in immunology and infectious diseases, new associate editors Nizet and Maldonado bring new insight and fresh perspective to the book. Get the latest information on maternal infections when they are pertinent to the infant or developing fetus, including disease transmission through breastfeeding Diagnose, prevent, and treat neonatal infectious diseases with expert guidance from the world's leading authorities and evidence-based recommendations. Incorporate the latest findings about infections found in utero, during delivery, and in the neonatal period. Find the critical answers you need quickly and easily thanks to a consistent, highly user-friendly format Get fresh perspectives from two new associate editors—Drs. Yvonne Maldonado, head of the Pediatric Infectious Disease program at Stanford, and Victor Nizet, Professor of Pediatrics & Pharmacy at University of California, San Diego and UCSD School of Medicine. Keep up with the most relevant topics in fetal/neonatal infectious disease including new antimicrobial agents, gram- negative infections and their management, and recommendations for immunization of the fetus/mother. Overcome the clinical challenges in developing countries where access to proper medical care is limited. Apply the latest recommendations for H1N1 virus and vaccines. Identify and treat infections with the latest evidence-based information on fighting life-threatening diseases in the fetus and newborn infants.
Proverbs 11:2 NIV Prom is believed to be one of the most magical nights in a
girl's life. For some girls, this belief holds true. For the rest of us, prom is a dance.
When I look through my photo album, I have to admit I looked like a princess.
Author: Haley Hausman
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Is it possible to survive life as a single Christian woman in todays society? Is there more to life than waiting for the "right" guy to show up at my doorstep? The answer to these questions is YES! It is possible to survive in todays culture as a single Christian woman. There is more to life than just waiting for the right guy to come along! This weekend devotional is designed to help you with the answers to these questions and more! Whether you find yourself just trying to make it through another weekend alone at home or look forward to alone time on the weekends after a busy week, this book is for you! Each Friday, Saturday and Sunday you can have the opportunity to read a devotional that aims at helping you grow in your walk with Christ while living the single life. You can cry and laugh with us as we share our experiences as single Christian women in these devotions each weekend for a year. This devotional book also contains a bonus 40 Dates with Jesus section. These 40 extra devotionals are designed to help you grow even deeper in your relationship with Jesus Christ.
From danger to humor, romance to mystery, this book has it covered!"--Melissa Marr, author of the bestselling novel Wicked Lovely and Ink Exchange
Author: Rosemary Clement-Moore
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Bloodred nails, flashing white teeth, gleaming scarlet lips--Maggie Quinn has battled an ancient demon, faced down psychotic cheerleaders, and saved her best friend from certain death, but nothing can match this. Formal sorority recruitment, otherwise known as rush. Being that close to so many professional blowouts is enough to make a girl's hair stand on end. Ionic hair dryer not required. But Maggie is determined to make her mark as a journalist. The only problem? The Ranger Report--the college newspaper--does not take freshmen on staff. Rules are rules. But when has that ever stopped Maggie? After facing hellfire, infiltrating sorority rush should be easy. It’s no Woodward and Bernstein, but going undercover as the Phantom Pledge will allow her to write her exposé. Then she can make a stealth exit before initiation. But when she finds a group of girls who are after way more than “sisterhood,” all her instincts say there’s something rotten on Greek Row. And when Hell Week rolls around, there may be no turning back. If there is such a thing as a sorority from hell, you can bet that Maggie Quinn will be the one to stumble into it. "Teens who like social commentary and witty comebacks with their horror will devour Hellweek."--School Library Journal “Maggie’s snarky humor and quirky personality keep this novel’s first half light, but the second takes a dark, page-turning twist as Maggie is forced to figure out and destroy the ancient source of the sisters’ power.”—Kirkus Reviews "When you need a Buffy fix, grab a copy of Hell Week. From danger to humor, romance to mystery, this book has it covered!"--Melissa Marr, author of the bestselling novel Wicked Lovely and Ink Exchange
When the senior prom time came around, Lamarr asked me not to attend, so I
respected his request and did not go. That was the first time I missed Tallwood's
senior prom. In mid-May, my cousin Renae sponsored an annual birthday softball
Author: Randy Lawrence
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This book is a minihistory of Randy Bernard Lawrence and what he experienced during this challenge with cancer while simultaneously dissolving a twenty-year married relationship that ended in divorce.
Many high school girls liked pictures—of their day at the beach with friends, or at
the prom or homecoming dance. But Kasey did not cherish something so typical.
She treasured the images of her stillborn child in a full spectrum of poses.
Author: Mary Ann Revell
Contemplating a career in a public school setting? Be advised that a college education will prepare you to create brilliant lesson plans, but not for the reality of the day-to-day interaction among students, teachers and administrators. Teachers deal with more than "reading, writing, and arithmetic," they must focus on working with the "person" who is the student. Are your children headed to high school? No matter what you think you know, reality is often another matter. Shielding a child from real life is an impossibility, however parents will benefit from comprehending what young people face at school. All of the experiences related in this book are true and sometimes blunt and shocking. As a parent or an educator, similar situations may come your way. With the aid of this book, you will be better prepared to anticipate and meet these challenges with a sense of accomplishment and humor.