Disturbing Behavior

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Bantam Books, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 187 pages
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Seventeen-year-old Steve Clark and his family have just moved to Cradle Bay Island and are settling into their new life. At first everything seems fine in the small, quaint island community.  But then Steve meets the Blue Ribbon kids, the most popular group at Cradle Bay High.  The Blue Ribbons get the best grades, have plenty of school spirit, and do everything their parents ask them to.  Their idea of a wild time is hanging out at the Yogurt Shoppe on Main Street.  Adults think the Blue Ribbons are a great bunch, but Steve learns that if you disagree with the Blue Ribbons, you'd better watch out.  They have a strict code of conduct, and if they see you out of line, those peaceful, happy Blue Ribbons explode into deadly rage. Steve and his new friends Gavin and Rachel uncover the sinister plot behind the Blue Ribbons' disturbing behavior and plan to bring the group down--before the Blue Ribbons get to them first. Includes eight pages of color photos.

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Whitman is a veteran gardener. He was a grower at Bachman's, the largest retail florist and nursery in the United States.

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