|Grounding of Group 6, the (1983) [Novel]|
by Julian F. Thompson
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Group 6 knew they were special, but they didn't know why...
Coldbrook Country was the perfect boarding school: expensive, innovative, discreet. So when five entering students were told to hike to a rough campsite deep in the woods as part of orientation, they didn't think to ask questions.
It was strange that their leader and advisor, Nat Rittenhouse, was so young. And why had he been so careful to cover their tracks? It wasn't until the next morning that Marigold, Ludi, Sara, Coke, and Sully learned the impossible truth:
Nat had been hired by the Coldbrook Country School to make sure Group 6 never came out of the woods alive. And their own parents were paying the bill.
Original title: The Grounding of Group 6
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ School
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Family & Relationships
Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Social Issues→ Runaways/troubled Kids