Get a Life by Laura Peyton Roberts
(Clearwater Crossing)

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When a classmate is diagnosed with leukemia, the students at Clearwater Crossing High School organize a fund-raising carnival. But after they’ve formed teams to work the booths, the members of one group find they couldn’t be more different. There’s aloof Melanie, the girl who has it all, and wannabe Nicole, who only wishes she did. Best friends Peter and Jenna jump at the chance to make a difference, while football jock Jesse sees a perfect opportunity to impress. Brooding Miguel keeps to himself, to the frustration of confident Leah. And tagalong Ben? He just wants to make some friends.

Soon the carnival is over, and the surprisingly close-knit team members drift back to their regular lives. But when an unexpected tragedy strikes, will the eight friends come together again? Or is it time to say good-bye?


Book 1 of the Clearwater Crossing series by Laura Peyton Roberts
 

About Laura Peyton Roberts

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Laura Peyton Roberts is the author of numerous books for young readers. She lives in San Diego, California.
 
Published April 1, 2014 by Bantam Books for Young Readers. 245 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Science & Math, Business & Economics, Romance. Fiction

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What if the students at Sweet Valley High went to church and took the sermons to heart? The result may be something like the Clearwater Crossings series, which is being launched with this mildly spicy

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