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Everyone at elite Waverly Academy actually looks forward to the freezing month of January: it's Jan Plan, four blissful weeks when cool independent projects replace hectic schedules and boring classes. Wild weeknight parties, late-night trips to the crater, and plenty of time to gossip about it all? Yes, please! Jenny Humphrey can't wait to start her solo art project. But the real masterpiece is Isaac Dresden, the new dean's gorgeous son, who's taken an interest in Jenny's painting...and her. Tinsley Carmichael has a new friend, too: Isaac's out-of-control sister, Isla. The two girls are a match made in hell, and their racy photo project has the whole school talking. Too bad Tinsley's boyfriend, Julian McCafferty, disapproves of their kind of 'art.' Exes Callie Vernon and Brandon Buchanan are thrown together on a psychology experiment about the origins of true love. And they might just be the best subjects.... Without the structure of regular classes, the Waverly Owls are bound to find crazy ways to entertain themselves. Now who said school wasn't fun?
Ages 15 and up.
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