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A junior higher dares to direct the school play. Can she handle her cast of peers? Aimi Wilby has a never-say-quit spirit. Arriving early and staying late at the theater, the 8th-grader is determined to stage a successful production. Not even an absent mentor, infighting cast members, an apathetic school administration or overbearing parents will deter her. Aimi resolves that even if she must play the peacemaker, offer special tutoring for a friend and spend sleepless nights writing an original script she will not give up. But, her tireless efforts may prove wholly inadequate when an administrator insists on the late addition of a cast member with a dark past. Will Aimi’s fervent intentions survive this foreign complication?
I am a liar. I lie to protect myself. I lie because I’m terrified. I lie to keep a secret that would destroy everything in my life if everyone knew. Holly is the new girl at school and my unwilling lab partner. She hates me because I’m one of the popular guys—one of the bullies who terrorize the unfortunate and the unpopular. For me, it’s who I’ve had to become to keep anyone from getting too close—close enough to see right through me. When Holly finds out my secret, I have to do whatever it takes to keep her quiet—even if it means telling the most damaging lie of all—the one I tell myself.
There’s something in the woods. And it’s out of control. When Ryan realises the danger, he has a difficult decision to make. It’s not easy to own up to your mistakes when you’re in trouble. But if he doesn’t, someone could die. Will he be able to tame the technology before anyone is killed? Or confess and lose his place at the academy? At thirteen, it’s a harsh choice. But, this time, he only has himself to blame. Code Zero is the third book in the Ryan Jacobs series: a fast-paced action-packed thriller for a rebellious and digital generation that want to fight the system. If you like teenagers with attitude, you're going to love Ryan Jacobs!
When all hope appears to be lost and life is not going according to the plan, it's important to look for the silver linings and to know your own happiness. Penelope and Caitlin Hall are going to have to learn to live very different lives since their parents broke up - Penny must leave college behind and find herself a job, while Caiti has no choice but to give up her private prep school in exchange for Austen High. In their new lives, the girls will meet Gabriel, a friendly new neighbour, Brett, Austen High's most attractive bad boy, and Noah, who might just be the most complicated of them all. Though possible boyfriends probably ought to be the last thing Penelope and Caitlin are focused on, it might prove difficult to ignore the possibilities! Will the sisters find their new, less affluent lives offend their sensibilities? Do they have the good sense to deal with the potential romances that come their way? Join Penelope and Caitlin as they go in search of their own happiness, only hoping that they recognise it when they see it coming!