The lives of June, Bette and Gigi revolve around their training at a ballet school in Manhattan, where only the very best dancers are admitted. In their last year of the school, the girls compete for a place in the biggest ballet company in New York. The stakes are very high and the girls have a lot to lose. June, Bette and Gigi will have to make difficult choices. This year the bar is set higher than ever, especially between the girls and their unsolved problems. A lot of nasty pranks are being played which can cause the downfall of the girls and their school.
This book is about Justyce, a boy with coloured skin who goes to an elite high school with a lot of white people. As an experiment, Justyce decides to write letters to Martin Luther King. One day, Justyce is unfairly arrested and realizes that people around him don’t see Justyce as a decent boy with good grades, all because of his skin colour. Justyce notices that he is constantly surrounded with racism and decides that he’s not gonna let it slide.
Jupiter and Courtney are best friends. They are always together and tell each other almost everything. Courtney has been in love with Jupiter for years, which is inaccessible because she likes girls. When a girl named Rae steps into their two best friends life, Courtney is attracted to her. Jupiter is also into Rae. Meanwhile, Rae doesn’t know if she likes Courtney or Rae. When Jupiter threatens to lose her best friend to the girl she likes, she takes a very drastic decision that will change everything…
In this book, we follow three students at a ballet school in Manhattan. The three girls Gigi, June and Bette are completely different from each other. In the ballet world, there is only one way to distinguish yourself from other ballerinas and that is to be the best of the best. The three girls do everything they can to reach the top and they’re also prepared to play nasty tricks.
In this book, we follow Ivy, a seventeen-year-old girl who is studying at a fashion school. Ivy has two best friends; Marsha and Kim. She always spends a lot of time with her friends, until her boyfriend Sander became more and more important in her life. Sander calls Ivy ‘s friends childish and thinks that Ivy should distance herself from her friends. But Marsha and Kim are concerned about Ivy. They don’t trust Sander and they wonder what Ivy actually knows about Sander.
Amelie loved Reese. And she thought he loved her. But she’s starting to realise love isn’t supposed to hurt like this. So now she’s retracing their story and untangling what happened by revisiting all the places he made her cry. Because if she works out what went wrong, perhaps she can finally learn to get over him.
This book is about Layla Amin, a young girl who gets put away in an internmentcamp for American muslims. From inside the camp, Layla does everything in her power to make a change.