Code BlueBook - 2018
Sixteen-year-old Atlantic "Tic" Brewer is about to take the North Eastern Science Academy entrance exam, the gateway to attending the world-renown school known for fostering the leading scientists fighting climate change. It's just Tic and her mom at home--before she was born, her dad was tragically killed in a boating accident while he was on a research trip in the North Atlantic. He was a hydrologist, and Tic wants nothing more than to continue her father's research and help stave off the impending crisis of rising sea levels. That's where the NESA comes in. When Tic's acceptance letter arrives, she's thrilled and a little anxious. But before she can get settled at the prestigious boarding school, she finds a mysterious note that says "just in case" and a strange sequence of numbers on the back of a photograph her mom sent with her, the last snapshot taken of her dad and mom together before his trip. Did he know something was going to happen to him? Tic enlists the help of her new friends to track down any clues about her father's research, and while working on her own hydrology project, Tic discovers some startling facts of her own. Life on Earth might be much more precarious than anyone has let on.
Publisher: Coquitlam, BC : Moon Willow Press, 
Characteristics: 313 pages ; 21 cm.