Sarah, Robert and Bianca were very upset the night that Donald Trump was elected President of the United States in November 2016. They did not believe in his racist and sexist beliefs. They felt that they were not the values of America. They became involved in a protest march that took place the next day.
Not all of the students at the school felt the same way as the three of them. As a result, they had to overcome and survive disgusting verbal threats and nasty physical attacks.
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About the Author
I was born in Cincinnati and grew up in the American Mid-West. I graduated from the University of Notre Dame and received a Masters in Education from the University of Cincinnati. I became a teacher and found a job teaching English and Film and Television at Trinity Bay State High School in Cairns, Australia. As a teacher I wrote many One Act Plays that students enjoyed performing in. I became the Rugby coach at the school and began writing novels that my students could read, relate to and understand. I decided to publish the novels under the name of Teen Friendly Books. At present I have 24 written and 15 published. My plan is to write many more books for teens to read and enjoy.