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Hold My Hand

Hold My Hand
Author: Michael Barakiva
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
ISBN: 0374304874
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Michael Barakiva's Hold My Hand is a funny, smart, relatable take on the joy and challenges of teenage love, the boundaries of forgiveness, and what it really means to be honest. Alek Khederian thinks about his life B.E. and A.E.: Before Ethan and After Ethan. Before Ethan, Alek was just an average Armenian-American kid with a mess of curly dark hair, grades not nearly good enough for his parents, and no idea of who he was or what he wanted. After he got together with Ethan, Alek was a new man. Stylish. Confident. (And even if he wasn’t quite marching in LGBTQ parades), Gay and Out and Proud. With their six-month anniversary coming up, Alek and Ethan want to do something special to celebrate. Like, really special. Like, the most special thing two people in love can do with one another. But Alek’s not sure he’s ready for that. And then he learns something about Ethan that may not just change their relationship, but end it. Alek can't bear the thought of finding out who he'd be P.E.: Post-Ethan. But he also can't forgive or forget what Ethan did. Luckily, his best friend Becky and madcap Armenian family are there to help him figure out whether it’s time to just let Ethan go, or reach out and hold his hand.
Hold My Hand
Language: en
Pages: 272
Authors: Michael Barakiva
Categories: Young Adult Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-05-21 - Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Michael Barakiva's Hold My Hand is a funny, smart, relatable take on the joy and challenges of teenage love, the boundaries of forgiveness, and what it really means to be honest. Alek Khederian thinks about his life B.E. and A.E.: Before Ethan and After Ethan. Before Ethan, Alek was just an average Armenian-American kid with a mess of curly dark hair, grades not nearly good enough for his parents, and no idea of who he was or what he wanted. After he got together with Ethan, Alek was a new man. Stylish. Confident. (And even if he wasn’t quite marching in LGBTQ parades), Gay and Out and Proud. With their six-month anniversary coming up, Alek and Ethan want to do something special to celebrate. Like, really special. Like, the most special thing two people in love can do with one another. But Alek’s not sure he’s ready for that. And then he learns something about Ethan that may not just change their relationship, but end it. Alek can't bear the thought of finding out who he'd be P.E.: Post-Ethan. But he also can't forgive or forget what Ethan did. Luckily, his best friend Becky and madcap Armenian family are there
Hold My Hand I'm Dying
Language: en
Pages: 510
Authors: John Gordon Davis
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-04-01 - Publisher: House of Stratus
A compelling story, full of adventure, set against the move to freedom in Africa. In the face of opposition, hatred, violence and death, humanity and love are nonetheless maintained. Joseph Mahoney, the Colonial Commissioner in the Kariba Gorge, must deal with an undercurrent of violence and revenge, despite having significant personal problems.
Hold My Hand and Run
Language: en
Pages: 127
Authors: Margaret McAllister
Categories: Child abuse
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002 - Publisher:
Kazy Clare has had enough. She, and her little sister Beth, are being tormented by their cruel Aunt, who has been sent to look after them following the death of their mother. Their father is so grief stricken by his loss that he is blind to the mistreatment going on around him. But Kazyknows that things have got to change. She has to save Beth from the beatings and abuse, so she decides to run away and take Beth with her. But it will take all her courage and strength to keep them safe. And, once you've run away, it's impossible to go back. Isn't it?* Meticulously researched; the novel tackles themes which are still relevant today within a wholly believable historical setting.* Deals with important issues of bullying adults and the loss of a parent.* Story-telling at its best, with a strong narrative drive, feisty heroine, and vividly drawn settings.
Hold My Hand - Or Else!
Language: en
Pages: 182
Authors: Margaret Clark
Categories: Adolescence
Type: BOOK - Published: 1993 - Publisher: Random House Australia
What about all that stuff you keep reading about: the moonlit walks, the red roses, waves softly kissing the sandy shore? It doesn't exist. Does it have to be a problem just beacuse you don't want to hold your mother's hand anymore and you're not ready to hold anyone else's? Before you try to give yourself a hickey tonight, read this!
Mama, Will You Hold My Hand?
Language: en
Pages: 32
Authors: Anna Pignataro
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher: Cartwheel Books
A mother assures her son that they will always be together, no matter what comes their way.
Hold My Hand
Language: en
Pages: 320
Authors: Serena Mackesy
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-10-11 - Publisher: Hachette UK
It was the answer to their prayers: a cash-in-hand residential job in the country, in a place where no one would know them. To Bridget Sweeny and her daughter it meant a fresh start, with new names and hope for the future. But Rospetroc House, the manor house Bridget has agreed to caretake, has its own secrets: a history of high staff turnover and a reputation in the village, and it's not long before she begins to feel uneasy. Rising star Serena Mackesy's new novel tells intertwining tales of Lily, a nine-year-old East End child evacuated during the Great War and left in the unwelcoming arms of the dysfunctional Blakemore family, and of Bridget Sweeny and little Yasmin, who have their own urgent reasons for leaving London. The lives of the three connect across the decades in a chilling tale of murder and revenge on Bodmin Moor. PRAISE FOR SERENA MACKESY: 'Brilliantly observed... a gripping read.' The Times 'Fresh, sparky, funny and sadly poignant.' Big Issue 'Perhaps the biggest gasp since A Kiss Before Dying... say no more, except - More!' Independent
Hold My Hand, Mama
Language: en
Pages: 32
Authors: Gabrielle Martin
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-05 - Publisher:
Hold My Hand, Mama is a touching story that walks you through the circle of life from a daughter's first steps to her mother's last. The journey is sure to capture your heart!
Hold My Hand, Grandpa
Language: en
Pages: 32
Authors: Ann Bixby Herold
Categories: Children's stories
Type: BOOK - Published: 2000 - Publisher:
A gentle picture book about a little girl's relationship with her grandfather as he watches her grow up and then she in turn helps him when he is ill.
Hold My Hand
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Charlotte Zolotow
Categories: Children's stories, American
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003 - Publisher:
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Savior, Savior, Hold My Hand
Language: en
Pages: 372
Authors: Piri Thomas
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-08-10 - Publisher: Graymalkin Media
Many people write about the ghetto. Piri Thomas lived there. In this book, the author of Down These Mean Streets tells what he found when he returned from a seven year prison term. Friends dying on heroin, or getting rich selling it. Jobs he couldn’t get, not because he lacked training or ability, but because the union was open only to whites. And an indomitable aunt who brought him into her church, where he met the woman who became his wife, and where he began to take an interest in helping others. Eventually he got a job working with street children—helping them find highs other than drugs, trying to cool rivalries fueled by frustration, persuading gang leaders to surrender weapons originally intended for bloody street battles. But even with success came bitter disappointments. Pervasive discrimination forced Thomas and his family to give up a suburban home. And an appalling hypocritical and selfish boss forced him out of his job—and almost back into prison. Piri Thomas writes of these experiences with unselfish candor and compassion. He pictures the poverty and squalor as well as the spirit and vitality of the ghetto in a dramatic story that is blunt, painful, absorbing and