Book - 2012 | First Square Fish edition.
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In an attempt to please her friends, sixteen year old Dallas goes along with their plan to rob a convenience store and when her father refuses to allow her to come home, she is sentenced to six months in the Girls' Rehabilitation Center.
Publisher: New York : Square Fish, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 2012.
Edition: First Square Fish edition.
ISBN: 9780374404758
Branch Call Number: TEEN FERRIS
Characteristics: 181 pages ; 18 cm


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Dec 14, 2015

I am currently reading this book at my school. This book teaches you that people you hang out with can be an BAD influence on you. Also lead you down the WRONG path. If Dallas would have followed her gut then she would have been in a different situation. But sooner or later she would have got caught for skating (grab n go). But this center (G.R.C) is a good place for her to be in at the moment. As she is hearing the stories of other girls while she there and compare to her life. While she is there her feelings began to come out...if that makes sense?! Also Dallas has lost her mother and her dad is just a "BORE" and super controlling which cause Dallas to "Act Out" which is not right. He's trying his BEST. BTW only half way through the book -Just My Opinion So Far^_^


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