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  • ISBN: 9781630782795 (electronic bk.)
  • ISBN: 1630782793 (electronic bk.)
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource.
  • Publisher: [United States] : Saddleback Educational Publishing : 2014.

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Summary, etc.:
Written for young adults, the Urban Underground series confronts issues that are of great importance to teens, such as friendship, loyalty, drugs, gangs, abuse, urban blight, bullies, and self-esteem to name a few. More than entertainment, these books can be a powerful learning and coping tool when a struggling reader connects with credible characters and a compelling storyline. The highly readable style and mature topics will appeal to young adult readers of both sexes and encourage them to finish each eBook. Cesar Chavez HS Series - Local homeless man, Griff Slocum, has been found dead; murdered. Rod, Clay and Chavez High seniors, fall under suspicion--as well as a few other school bullies including Humberto Gomez, who suddenly has money to throw around. Ernesto is on the case because he can't let the police handle things--Griff was someone he saw frequently, and he feels that he must help. And after all, it was Ernesto who witnessed Rod harassing Griff. Rod's student ID was found near the body--a dark cloud of suspicion hangs over his head. Rod's parents retain a lawyer, Ernesto's uncle, to help their son. Humberto Gomez, Rod's cousin, Rick Alanzar, Humberto's best friend, and Clay Aguirre are also implicated. It turns out that Griff traded baseball cards. Some were valuable; Very valuable. Lacey Serrano, a freshman bully and Humberto's girlfriend, is suddenly getting lavish gifts. Humberto is questioned. Did Griff possess something to die for?
Target Audience Note:
HL 770 Lexile.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: High school students > Juvenile fiction.
Homeless persons > Juvenile fiction.
Murder > Investigation > Juvenile fiction.
Hispanic Americans > Juvenile fiction.
Electronic books.

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