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Thirteen-year-old Katrina is desperate for an adventure, something to numb her pain and loneliness. When Shrug, a giant biker from The Traz gang, asks if she wants a ride, she makes a reckless, life-changing decision.
Vulnerable and grieving, Katrina becomes a target for the gang's abuse—and there's no way to escape. Until she meets Chad, an undercover cop with rich brown eyes, a gentle chuckle and a plan to rescue her.
Only one problem. Someone is keeping dangerous secrets from them both.
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School Edition: The special School Edition comes with a teacher/student discussion guide at the back to encourage students and teachers to have open discussions about the choices teens make. It explores issues such as gangs, drugs, weapons and so much more.
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"A compelling read that will keep you turning pages." —The Kindle Book Review
"An intriguing read…exciting." —Amber Hayward, author of the Children of the Panther trilogy
"I finished "The Traz" and absolutely LOVED it." —Jim Brown, international novelist
"Fast paced action and realistic dialogue reveals the underlying message about the dangers of alcohol, drugs and gangs." —Aaron A. Lehman, author of the Mystery on Dog Island trilogy
"A fast-paced story…a thought-provoking venture into modern-day lifestyles and morals." —Donna Carrick, author of The First Excellence
Some things are easier to forget.
But now a familiar voice from her childhood sends Sarah, a talented mid-twenties ad exec, back to her past. A past that she had thought was long buried.
Some things are meant to be buried.
Torn by nightmares and visions of a yellow-eyed wolf and aided by creatures of the Earth and killer whales that call to her in the night, Sarah must face her fears and recover her memories―even if it destroys her.
Some things are meant to be remembered―at all cost.
This special School Edition contains a discussion guide that teachers can use with their students, or readers can use on their own. The guide explores issues of racism and bullying, and topics like native folklore, friendship and more.
"I read Whale Song and loved it." ―actress Jodelle Ferland (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse)
"Whale Song is deep and true, a compelling story of love and family and the mysteries of the human heart...a beautiful, haunting novel." ―New York Times bestselling novelist Luanne Rice, author of Beach Girls
"Moving...sweet and sad." ―Booklist
"Tardif again leaves a lasting mark on her readers...Moving and irresistible." ―Midwest Book Review