Dakota Defined

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What am I made of?
Sixteen-year-old Dakota Lester is riding a hot streak. Not only is he the sophomore class president, but also he has successfully procured his drivers license and left his turbulent past of bullies and fractured relations with his father behind. When the Infinity School District starts cutting programs and extracurricular activities in order to balance its budget, Dakota finds himself unwillingly nominated to unify the student body and fight the ...
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Overview

What am I made of?
Sixteen-year-old Dakota Lester is riding a hot streak. Not only is he the sophomore class president, but also he has successfully procured his drivers license and left his turbulent past of bullies and fractured relations with his father behind. When the Infinity School District starts cutting programs and extracurricular activities in order to balance its budget, Dakota finds himself unwillingly nominated to unify the student body and fight the powers-that-be. When tragedy strikes Dakota and his best-friend-turned-girlfriend, Erin Taylor, Dakotas world is turned upside down, and instead of thinking about how to unite students against the school board, Dakota must ask himself what hes made of and how to save a life.
In this second helping of Dakota Lester's world, author Josh Clark explores what it means to love deeply, laugh loudly and live every moment as though it is your last.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781618080394
  • Publisher: White Feather Press, LLC
  • Publication date: 7/28/2012
  • Pages: 314
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Josh Clark is a high school English teacher at Edgerton High School in Edgerton, Ohio. When not in the classroom, Josh likes to read, play guitar and go on neighborhood runs with his wife, Cindy. A graduate of Huntington University where he found his love for writing, Josh and his wife also spent a year teaching in Wabash, Indiana before settling in Archbold, Ohio. He has currently finished writing another novel for young adults and is hard at work on a few writing projects for adult readers.
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