“I feel like I might grow up to be somebody important.”
Junior lives on a reservation, where he gets beaten up and has been to too many funerals in his 14 years of life. But he wants something more, so he makes a leap and decides to transfer to a school full of rich white people. Will people accept him there or will his destiny remain the same?
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leo has never been to earth. he would like to go home now.
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In the latest installment of the Bookshop Girl series, Paige and Holly escape to seaside town Skegton-On-Sea to work at a book festival. What could be better than that?! Well, soon they find out that things won’t be as dreamy as they expected…
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Welcome to Camp Reset.
A residental camp for teens with mental health problems. A place that Olive hopes to find normality at. But, is it Olive and her new friends that need fixing, or society?
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Moonbeam has been told not to trust Outsiders. But when her trust in Father John starts to shake and a fire rocks things up, trusting Outsiders might be her only way of being truly set free.
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When Suzette (Little) returns home after being sent away for school, things have changed. With guilt for not being there for her brother Lionel (Lion) after his new diagnosis of Bipolar 2, and being nervous about confronting her bisexuality, she has to learn to come to terms with life as it now is.
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Audrey takes on a job at a posh cinema to escape from her mum’s grief, only to have to associate with a boy who flirts with everyone. As part of a school assignment, she decides to tear apart film cliches that are rarely ever reality, but will being around such a flirt have an affect on this?
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