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Books with title 98 Degrees

  • 98 Degrees

    Nina Zier

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, April 1, 1999)
    A full-color 50-photo scrapbook of the cutest boy quartet that has ever ruledthe airwaves.
  • 33 Degrees

    Vincent Robert Annunziato

    language (Kindle Press, June 30, 2015)
    2015 Kindle Scout Winner2015 Readers Favorite 5 Star WinnerAs Featured in the Freelance StarEighteen-year-old Javin has grown accustomed to death. Only the strong survive in a world burdened by an unending ice age, where food and fuel for heat are scarce. There is one resource for survival: a train that people kill to board. Javin doesn’t fear death. He has nothing to lose—none of the worthless do. They are slaves to the South, less than animals. So Javin’s determined to take a guard down with him—then his own death will be fair trade...But whispers of a new hope are stirring: they say the sun waits behind the Southern wall. The rumors are surely more lies concocted by the South, nothing more. The last thing Javin needs is hope… until he meets others like him, others who were left for dead by their parents, others who make him feel compassion, love, and joy. Yet feeling is dangerous, for with caring comes responsibility. Now the worthless are looking to Javin for salvation and as much as his heart longs to, how can he possibly be their hero when he can't even save himself?33 Degrees will chill you to the bone in this suspenseful novel by Vincent Robert Annunziato.
  • 98 Degrees

    Nancy Krulik

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight Entertainment, April 1, 1999)
    Profiles the members of the popular four-man group
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  • 98 Degrees

    Tim O'Shei

    Library Binding (Chelsea House Pub, Oct. 16, 2001)
    A look at the lives of the individual members of the popular group, 98 [Degrees], and at evidence of the group's success.
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  • 47 Degrees

    Justin D'Ath

    eBook (Penguin eBooks, Jan. 8, 2019)
    Zeelie wonders if they’re in danger. When temperatures soar to 47 degrees one hot summer day, 12-year-old Zeelie hopes the nearby bushfires everyone’s talking about aren’t heading towards her family’s new home. What will they do if the wind changes direction? What about their belongings and their beloved pets? And why hasn’t her mum and brother returned from Melbourne?Nothing can prepare Zeelie for what’s to come.
  • 33 Degrees

    Vincent Robert Annunziato, Amy Kopperude, April M Reign

    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, July 4, 2015)
    Eighteen-year-old Javin has grown accustomed to death. Only the strong survive in a world burdened by an unending ice age, where food and fuel for heat are scarce. There is one resource for survival: a train that people kill to board. Javin doesn’t fear death. He has nothing to lose—none of the worthless do. They are slaves to the South, less than animals. So Javin’s determined to take a guard down with him—then his own death will be fair trade...But whispers of a new hope are stirring: they say the sun waits behind the Southern wall. The rumors are surely more lies concocted by the South, nothing more. The last thing Javin needs is hope… until he meets others like him, others who were left for dead by their parents, others who make him feel compassion, love, and joy. Yet feeling is dangerous, for with caring comes responsibility. Now the worthless are looking to Javin for salvation and as much as his heart longs to, how can he possibly be their hero when he can't even save himself?33 Degrees will chill you to the bone in this suspenseful novel by Vincent Robert Annunziato.
  • 98 Degrees

    Tim O'Shei

    School & Library Binding (Chelsea House Pub (L), March 15, 1870)
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