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- ISBN: 9781459411708
- Physical Description: 184 pages ; 20 cm
- Publisher: Toronto, Canada : James Lorimer & Company Ltd ; 2016.
Life lessons in standing up for your right to be heard. In the middle of the night, five teens break into their small-town school. The school has been shut down, forcing them to attend a big high school in the city - and they had no say in the decision. Inspired by her experience seeing people take a stand in the Arab Spring as a child, Bilan leads the Gang of Five in a peaceful occupation of their old school to stand up to the injustice. But when the school board is ready to use any means necessary to break up their protest, including force, the Five have to decide how far they will go to make their voices heard.
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