Title: 7th Grade Revolution
Author: Liana Gardner
Publisher: Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Member’s Titles
Date of publication: October 24th, 2017
Genre: History, Middle Grade
Number of pages: 301
POV: 3rd person
Where you can find 7th Grade Revolution: Barnes and Noble | Amazon
Book synopsis (from Goodreads):
WHEN UNEARTHING A NATIONAL TREASURE BECOMES A NATIONAL INCIDENT.
Inspired by True Events
Dennis Alexander: Washington Academy Middle School promises to be another in the long line of boring schools he has been expelled from.
Rhonda Snodgrass: Although trained from childhood in survival tactics, she tries to stay off the radar of the “cool” kids who think she’s weird.
7th grade turns out to be anything but normal when teachers announce the students’ bloodless revolution succeeded and they are now in charge. After conducting a secret-ballot vote on policy, the 7th graders emerge to find the school evacuated and the FBI lurking outside with the task of unearthing a treasure of national importance.
The students’ mission is clear—discover the treasure before the FBI locks down the building. Dennis and Rhonda lead the revolt and must work together to follow century-old clues left by a crazy Revolutionary War buff.
To stay one step ahead of the FBI, they must delve into history and amass an arsenal to defend their school … because this is WAR!
Trigger Warning: None