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May Avelaine Fischer--or Mav--has been a huge a part of her high school's peer mediation program. But one day when she gets a new assignment of helping a fellow student by the name of Isaac Martin, who is a grade ahead of her, by talking to him through his recent breakup with someone, she doesn't know how to react. Mav has always found comfort within the boundaries of the peer mediation quarters of the school, but she knows that this assignment may want her to quit altogether. During the rest of the year, Mav will be plunged into the unknown of her life, trying to find out what matters most to her--her job as mediator, or herself? Her friends, or her family? Is it even an option anymore, to be able to have a happy family life and great friendships?

About the author:
Megan Joy Chan, currently14, is the author of RIGHT TIME, which was written over the journey of November 2015's NaNoWriMo. At the moment living in eastern Canada, she enjoys spending time reading, writing, watching videos and eating chips.

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Edition
First Edition
Language
English
Format
Print
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5.5x8.5, Hardcover with Gloss Jacket - Case Gray Cloth, creme, b&w interior, 152 pages