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Everything was crashing down around Dana. Finally I was getting some justice. But I wanted a bigger
helping, this wasn’t enough. I had to do something.
I went into the washroom and dug a marker out of my pencil case. I drew a box and a couple of circles with lines for a flash going off on the outer wall of the first cubicle. No one would be able to miss it. It didn’t look
exactly like a camera, but it would do. And for the finishing touch I wrote SMILE DANA, with a happy face right beside it.
Posted August 4, 2013
Posted August 14, 2011
Part of Orca Publishers' popular Orca Soundings series, Revalacion is the Spanish translation of Exposure. As is typical of the Orca Soundings series, the book is written at a level accessible to most middle school students and is an excellent resource for ELL and struggling readers. Julie just can't seem to get away from her tormentor, Dana, the popular girl who can seem to do no wrong. The bullying has been going on for years. When Julie's brother, Zack, inadvertently tells of Dana being at a party, Julie thinks that at last princess Dana isn't perfect. Then she find a camera disk containing pictures of Dana in several compromising poses. Should Julie print the photos and post them at school, giving Dana her just due? There are a couple references to underage drinking and pot smoking.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 1, 2011