The Teen Rebels, Episode 3

The Teen Rebels, Episode 3

Jacquel Chrissy May

Language: English

Pages: 27

ISBN: 1:00033809

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Episode 3: End of the Road

After pulling a prank on Jacey Mayford, Josie Tremlett-Kahn, Moira Downing, Seth Burke, and Trixie Kalbrunner are forced to "lie low". But when the bully Sheila Baines rears her ugly head and turns her attention towards them, the kids have to work together to get rid of her for good.

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objectionable; parental guidance is advised. All rights reserved. Where We Last Left Off Josie confronts Rajasthan about Trixie and forces him to tell her the truth about her cousin. Trixie also confronts her father as Josie struggles to fight a never-ending war against injustice. When the Teen Rebels go back to school, they encounter a girl named Jacey Mayford, who had been one of Josie’s friends from Montagne Beach Elementary School. Jacey is still talking to her imaginary friends,

which riles Seth so much that he decides to scare the girl into abandoning her invisible playmates. The girls aren’t too happy with him regarding his unwise decision. Now we begin… Chapter 1 The Fugitives Josie, Seth, Moira, and Trixie were now “on the run”, as it were. They had been on the run since the last weekend, when Joyce Mayford had accused them of killing her daughter Jacinth’s imaginary friends. To be fair, Josie was part of that scheme, but she didn’t go through with her part

for Josie to make things right. Anyway, we go back to the hidden room in the library, where the Teen Rebels were hiding from Sheila, who was (once again) prowling the school, looking for students to torment. They were all wearing dark clothes, with black shirts, black pants, and a pair of black shoes. Josie, however, had chosen to wear a short black dress and a pair of high lace-up shoes. She wore a medium-length black leather coat over her dress. “What a shame that everyone chose to make fun

Jacey Mayford simply nodded and then quickly moved onto the next subject. Most of them didn't have much time to care about Jacey or her imaginary friends; nor did they bat an eyelash at the rumors about Seth, Moira, and Trixie scaring Jacey into giving up her imaginary friends. They had better things to talk about, such as the latest celebrity gossip of the newest movie in theaters. * * * * As for Jacey Mayford, she had not been seen in the school for the rest of that week. This was a travesty

fat to begin with, so why are you calling him fatty? Now, since you don’t have the ability to have something nice to say, so why don’t you just do us all a favor and shut up?” “Why don’t you?” said Michael as he glared murderously at Moira. “You think you’re so special, what with your trashy clothes and your ugly blue scarf? I’m tired of seeing that scarf day after day; it’s annoying! Take that damn thing off right now or else I’ll strangle you with it!” “Try me,” said Moira. “In fact, don’t. I

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