Don't Blame Me
Themes: Hi-Lo, High school life, moral decisions. Meet the students of Carter High- they are a diverse group of teens from a variety of backgrounds. Each paperback book features a character embroiled in a typical high school dilemma. Topics are involving and pertinent to young adult readers: romance, sports, friendship, exams, work, family. In just 48-pages, even your least motivated readers can easily finish. June has a hair-trigger temper and it gets her in trouble on the volleyball court. Coach Dale kicks her off the team, and her boyfriend breaks up with her. Her friends Rose and Kim try to help.
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back-up team ball to Rose bench boyfriend Carter High classroom Coach Mann didn’t care didn’t play didn’t want eating lunch eating with Kim ﬁnd ﬁrst game Frey Gail getting mad Glen High Glen High’s turn hall help on science Hillman hit an overhand hit an underhand hit the ball homework hoped Zack isn’t June and Rose June asked June could hear June didn’t know June hurried June saw Zack June was glad June was sure June yelled June’s team Kim bumped Kim is trying Kim’s fault let her temper look for Kim looked mad lose your temper lunch room lunch with Kim mad at Kim Marge hurried need some help overhand serve play volleyball player referee Rose asked Rose hit science class sorry starting team surprised June take Zack tell Kim told trying to take turn to serve une’s volleyball practice volleyball team wait wrong Zack was eating