Award-winning author Amy Goldman Koss explores what happens when one bad decision threatens to destroy everything.
Cheating on a geography midterm is only the beginning. It seemed simple enough—they were given the answers from last year’s test and they used them. But Sarah and her friends got caught, and what was done without much thought leads to greater and greater consequences. Now they are facing punishment at school, tension at home, and no one is sure how or when it will end.
“An excellent springboard to provocative discussion or debate about the moral and ethical questions that this issue raises.”—School Library Journal
Amy Goldman Koss is the author of the critically acclaimed novels The Girls, The Trouble with Zinny Weston, and How I Saved Hannukah. Ms. Koss both wrote and illustrated Curious Creatures in Peculiar Places, a selection of the 1989 John Burroughs List of… More about Amy Goldman Koss