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Trish Cook

Biography

Trish Cook

Trish Cook

Books by Trish Cook

by Trish Cook - Fiction, Social Issues, Sports, Young Adult 14+

Sixteen-year-old Lizzie Finkelstein is a hard-partying socialite who lives a charmed life with her mother in Manhattan. After a public drunken escapade results in both an arrest and an embarrassing viral video online, Lizzie’s parents stage a late night intervention. Lizzie finds herself whisked away to Utah to learn a lesson or two about taking responsibility at Camp Smiley. Camp Smiley is a far cry from Lizzie’s high society life in New York. Lizzie must face the harsh conditions of the outdoors. Grouped with troubled campers in which she’s certain she has nothing in common.

by Trish Cook

Justin was just having fun, but when his dad walked in on him with a girl in a very compromising position, Justin's summer took a quick turn for the worse. Emmy never felt like part of her family. She was adopted from China and her parents and sister tower over her and look like they came out of a Ralph Lauren catalog --- and Emmy doesnt. Justin and Emmy arrive at Heartland Academy, a reform school that will force them to deal with their issues, damaged souls with little patience for authority.