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Speedy Reading: Short Stories

Can't Choose? Try a collection of short stories. Read one or read the whole book, either way it's an adventure.

Present a collection of unconventional essays by leading writers to challenge how students think about essays using imaginative, rule-breaking, and unconventional examples.

Dorothy must die : stories by Danielle Paige

Whisked to Oz by a Kansas twister, Amy Gumm discovers that the magical land has been destroyed by Dorothy's tyrannical rule, a situation that compels Amy to join an order of deposed magic-wielders who seek to put an end to Dorothy's reign.

I see reality : twelve stories that don't hold back by Stephen Heather/ Emond Kristin Elizabeth/ Demetrios Jay (CON)/ Clark Grace (COM)/ Clark Kendall

"Popular young-adult authors weave together questions of identity, loss, and redemption into poignant tales for today's teens"--.

Through the woods by Emily Carroll

"A collection of five spine-tingling short stories"--.

A storyteller presents a collection of short fiction, interwoven with pieces that illuminate the inspiration behind the stories.

Twelve short stories by a variety of authors seek to answer the question of whether zombies are better than unicorns.

God loves hair by Vivek Shraya

Collects twenty-one short stories that both celebrate and explore sexuality, race, and religion, told from the perspective of a young Canadian of Indian origin.

Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgwick

"Seven linked vignettes unfold on a Scandinavian island inhabited--throughout various time periods--by Vikings, vampires, ghosts, and a curiously powerful plant"--Provided by publisher.