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Books with title Confessions of a Bunny

  • Confessions of a Queen B*

    Crista McHugh

    language (, July 28, 2015)
    "Fans of YA will totally get a kick out of McHugh's novel not only because it's funny, but also because the characters are so real." -- RT Book ReviewsWINNER of the NATIONAL READERS CHOICE AWARD for best YA of 2015Alexis Wyndham is the other type of Queen B—the Queen B*tch.After years of being the subject of ridicule, she revels in her ability to make the in-crowd cower via the exposés on her blog, The Eastline Spy. Now that she's carved out her place in the high school hierarchy, she uses her position to help the unpopular kids walking the hallways.Saving a freshman from bullies? Check.Swapping insults with the head cheerleader? Check.Falling for the star quarterback? So not a part of her plan.But when Brett offers to help her solve the mystery of who’s posting X-rated videos from the girls’ locker room, she’ll have to swallow her pride and learn to see past the high school stereotypes she’s never questioned—until now.And don't miss the sequel, The Queen B* Strikes Back, available NOW!
  • Confessions of a Mask

    Yukio Mishima, Meredith Weatherby

    Paperback (New Directions, Jan. 17, 1958)
    The story of a man coming to terms with his homosexuality in traditional Japanese society has become a modern classic.Confessions of a Mask tells the story of Kochan, an adolescent boy tormented by his burgeoning attraction to men: he wants to be “normal.” Kochan is meek-bodied, and unable to participate in the more athletic activities of his classmates. He begins to notice his growing attraction to some of the boys in his class, particularly the pubescent body of his friend Omi. To hide his homosexuality, he courts a woman, Sonoko, but this exacerbates his feelings for men. As news of the War reaches Tokyo, Kochan considers the fate of Japan and his place within its deeply rooted propriety. Confessions of a Mask reflects Mishima’s own coming of age in post-war Japan. Its publication in English―praised by Gore Vidal, James Baldwin, and Christopher Isherwood― propelled the young Yukio Mishima to international fame.
  • Confessions of a Former Bully

    Trudy Ludwig, Beth Adams

    Paperback (Dragonfly Books, July 10, 2012)
    After Katie gets caught teasing a schoolmate, she's told to meet with Mrs. Petrowski, the school counselor, so she can make right her wrong and learn to be a better friend. Bothered at first, it doesn't take long before Katie realizes that bullying has hurt not only the people around her, but her, too. Told from the unusual point of view of the bullier rather than the bullied, Confessions of a Former Bully provides kids with real life tools they can use to identify and stop relational aggression.
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  • Confessions of a Bunny

    Melissa Jackson

    Paperback (XLIBRIS, Sept. 16, 2016)
    Meet Bun Bun. She may look like your grandmother’s vintage bunny, but that’s just what four years of devoted companionship looks like on pink polyester. She is the faithful sidekick to her equally charismatic and lovable person, Reagan. Bun Bun shares her life experiences with us as only she can. Told through the eyes of the stuffed friend that your child can never leave beind, Bun Bun lets us in on the one-of-a-kind devotion, sweetness, and love that a child shares with their number one stuffy. Told with humor and a tender heart, you can’t help but fall in love with Bun Bun. "There are stuffed animals and there are stuffies-best friends, commiserators, and adventurers. In Confessions of a Bunny, Melissa Jackson helps Bun Bun, an extra special stuffy, tell a high-spirited and loving story of living life with her person, Reagan. Bun Bun's voice is well developed, with a sassy, somewhat sarcastic tone that is sweetened by her love and admiration for her person. Bun Bun's stuffing thins and fur fades, but each paint splatter and dirt smear marks a life well-lived with her person". -5 Star CLARION REVIEW *****"Confessions of a Bunny is a story children will want read to them over and over again, and parents will be happy to oblige." -FOREWARD REVIEWS
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  • Confessions of a Bunny

    Melissa Jackson

    eBook (Xlibris US, Sept. 16, 2016)
    Meet Bun Bun. She may look like your grandmothers vintage bunny, but thats just what four years of devoted companionship looks like on pink polyester. She is the faithful sidekick to her equally charismatic and lovable person, Reagan. Bun Bun shares her life experiences with us as only she can. Told through the eyes of the stuffed friend that your child can never leave beind, Bun Bun lets us in on the one-of-a-kind devotion, sweetness, and love that a child shares with their number one stuffy. Told with humor and a tender heart, you cant help but fall in love with Bun Bun."There are stuffed animals and there are stuffies-best friends, commiserators, and adventurers. In Confessions of a Bunny, Melissa Jackson helps Bun Bun, an extra special stuffy, tell a high-spirited and loving story of living life with her person, Reagan. Bun Bun's voice is well developed, with a sassy, somewhat sarcastic tone that is sweetened by her love and admiration for her person. Bun Bun's stuffing thins and fur fades, but each paint splatter and dirt smear marks a life well-lived with her person".-5 Star CLARION REVIEW *****"Confessions of a Bunny is a story children will want read to them over and over again, and parents will be happy to oblige."-FOREWARD REVIEWS
  • Confessions of a Former Bully

    Trudy Ludwig, Beth Adams

    eBook (Knopf Books for Young Readers, July 30, 2014)
    After Katie gets caught teasing a schoolmate, she's told to meet with Mrs. Petrowski, the school counselor, so she can make right her wrong and learn to be a better friend. Bothered at first, it doesn't take long before Katie realizes that bullying has hurt not only the people around her, but her, too. Told from the unusual point of view of the bullier rather than the bullied, Confessions of a Former Bully provides kids with real life tools they can use to identify and stop relational aggression.
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  • Confessions of a Bunny

    Melissa Jackson

    Hardcover (Book Venture Publishing LLC, June 30, 2017)
    Meet Bun Bun. She may look like your grandmother's vintage bunny, but that's just what four years of devoted companionship looks like on pink polyester. She is the faithful sidekick to her equally charismatic and lovable person, Reagan. Bun Bun shares her life experiences with us as only she can. Told through the eyes of the stuffed friend that your child can never leave behind, Bun Bun lets us in on the one-of-a-kind devotion, sweetness, and love that a child shares with their number one stuffy. Told with humor and a tender heart, you can't help but fall in love with Bun Bun.
  • Confessions of a Teen Nanny

    Victoria Ashton

    eBook (HarperTeen, April 14, 2009)
    Sixteen-year-old Adrienne Lewis is in charge of eight-year-old Emma Warner, the youngest member of the snooty Warner family. Emma is an evil genius who has gotten all five previous nannies fired -- and she's the good news. Because then there's Emma's half brother, Graydon, who goes to college -- yet always seems to be lurking around waiting to hit on Adrienne. But worst of all is Emma's beautiful seventeen-year-old half sister, Cameron, whose reputation as a wild girl, a liar, and a user is known to everyone . . . everyone, that is, except Adrienne.
  • Confessions of a Bunny

    Melissa Jackson

    Paperback (Book Venture Publishing LLC, June 30, 2017)
    Meet Bun Bun. She may look like your grandmother's vintage bunny, but that's just what four years of devoted companionship looks like on pink polyester. She is the faithful sidekick to her equally charismatic and lovable person, Reagan. Bun Bun shares her life experiences with us as only she can. Told through the eyes of the stuffed friend that your child can never leave behind, Bun Bun lets us in on the one-of-a-kind devotion, sweetness, and love that a child shares with their number one stuffy. Told with humor and a tender heart, you can't help but fall in love with Bun Bun.
  • Confessions of a Hater

    Caprice Crane

    eBook (Feiwel & Friends, Aug. 27, 2013)
    High school was pretty much like this huge party I wasn't actually invited to, but I still had to show up to every day. Hailey Harper has always felt invisible. Now her dad has a new job and the family is moving to Hollywood. Just what Hailey needs: starting a new high school.As she's packing, Hailey finds a journal that belonged to her older sister, Noel, who is away at college. Called "How to be a Hater," it's full of info Hailey can really use. Has Hailey found the Bible of Coolness? Will it help her reinvent herself at her new school? Will her crush notice her? Will she and the other Invisibles dethrone the popular mean girls? After all, they deserve it. Don't they?In Confessions of a Hater, Caprice Crane's funny—and deeply felt—observations about high school, bullies, popularity, friendship, and romance will leave teens thinking . . . and talking.
  • Confessions of a Mask

    YUKIO MISHIMA

    Paperback (Penguin Classics, )
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  • Confessions of a Former Bully

    Trudy Ludwig, Beth Adams

    Hardcover (Tricycle Press, Aug. 24, 2010)
    After Katie gets caught teasing a schoolmate, she's told to meet with Mrs. Petrowski, the school counselor, so she can make right her wrong and learn to be a better friend. Bothered at first, it doesn't take long before Katie realizes that bullying has hurt not only the people around her, but her, too. Told from the unusual point of view of the bullier rather than the bullied, Confessions of a Former Bully provides kids with real life tools they can use to identify and stop relational aggression.
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