Beth Goobie is an award-winning author of a number of books for teens. Her book, Before Wings, won the CLA YA Book Award, was a Governor General's Award nominee, an ALA Best Book nominee and a Teen Top Ten.
Books by Beth Goobie
Having barely survived a brain aneurysm two years earlier, fifteen-year-old Adrien, working at her Aunt Erin's summer camp, is caught between the land of the living and the spirit world.
Tras ser clasificada injustamente como chica fácil, Jinjoli descubre una forma muy original de vengarse de sus atacantes y de ayudar a un grupo de chicas a recuperar su autoestima.
In this sequel to Flux, Nellie Joanne Kinnan meets the twin sister she didn't know she had. Together they discover that much of what they had been taught to believe is not true and that one of them is destined to play a critical role in maintaining this deception.
Dylan discovers that friendship can get in the way of love.
Dime can't get along with her parents. When she moves in with her older brother, she finds out that if she starts believing in herself, other people will too.
Dime se lleva mal con sus padres. Cuando se muda con su hermano mayor, descubre que si empieza a creer en sí misma, los demás también creerán en ella.
Will Sophie speak up about the abuse at home?
In this high-interest accessible novel for teen readers, Jujube takes on her tormentors and helps a group of girls win back their self-esteem.
Trying to escape the horror that forced her to attempt suicide, Skey dreams of a dark tunnel, a place where she is safe and alone.
Mary-Eve Hamilton is a dutiful teenager whose life is ruled by her parents and their church, the Waiting for the Rapture End Times Tabernacle. All this changes when she befriends Dee Eccles, the eighteen-year-old pagan goddess of their high school, and Mary-Eve’s initiation into the mysteries of cigarettes, sex, and otherworldly glory begins.
When Sal Hanson "wins" the lottery run by the secret Shadow Council at her high school, her fate seems set—she will be shunned by all. But her refusal to be a victim might ultimately set her free.