Lost and found by anne schraff book report
Lost And Found - The Bluford SeriesIn this chapter of the book Darcy Wills finds herself in trouble. Whenever she needs someone to talk to about school, friends and boys her mother would probably be at work working late hours or probably be in bed exhausted. Jamee her younger sister comes home late from school and gets drop off my a red Nissan almost everyday. Come to find out that Jamee have been hanging out with Blurford high students at Darcy's school. Bobby Wallace is the one guy in particular Jamee would do anything for.
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Please enter the email address that you use to login to TeenInk. How will Darcy React when she finds out that the man who has been following her home is no stalker, but a relative that she has not seen in years? Darcy Wills thinks she is going crazy. First, there was a mysterious stranger following her home, and then there was a threatening note left on her desk. One day Jamee goes too far and steals a CD for him. Does Bobby really like her or is he just using her to get free stuff? Lost and Found is part of the series Bluford High.
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The Bluford Series is a widely read collection of contemporary American young adult novels set in the fictional inner-city high school of Bluford High in Southern California. As part of an effort to promote reading in underfunded school districts, Townsend Press originally made the Bluford Series available to schools for a dollar each. The Bluford Series is set in Bluford High School, the fictional school all the main characters attend. Each novel features a teenage protagonist facing difficult challenges in and out of school. Topics explored in the books include bullying, school violence, teenage pregnancy, divorce, peer pressure, and substance abuse.