Breaking Rank by Kristen D. [Dust Wrapper illustration by Greg Spalenka] Randle

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Thus does the Clan speak

To Baby, the outside world is a cold and lonely place. The silent, enigmatic group that calls itself the Clan is his home, and he has been scorned and feared by classmates and neighbors. Like the rest of the Clan, he has never before participated in school. It's up to Casey to see to it that Baby isn't alone when he's the only Clan member to be placed in honors classes. But what Baby is doing threatens Clan and non-Clan alike, and it isn't long before Baby's and Casey's familiar worlds are shattered.


About Kristen D. [Dust Wrapper illustration by Greg Spalenka] Randle

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Randle lives with her husband, four children, and two dogs on the banks ofthe Provo River. She and her husband manage their own recording studio. In between teaching algebra and literature, quilting, being active in church, reading, and raising children, she has written several novels.
Published February 29, 2012 by Ponymoon Press. 248 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books, Parenting & Relationships, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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This novel challenges stereotypes and stigmas when an unprecedented friendship develops between two teens of rival high school groups.

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