Gaza Alabama is the place to be. Six teens living in Gaza have a lot going on and they want you to read all about it. Evangeline Powell is beautiful and she has it going on in every possible way. Evangeline thinks that because she's a "good girl" God owes her; especially since she is only asking for one thing. Patrick Weddington can't believe what's going on at his new high school. Patrick is shocked at what he sees when he walks in - Joseph Hendrix, a very handsome football star has it altogether. He has several college football scholarship offers to choose from and he's a respected leader among his peers. Joseph believes life is going well until he is set up in the worse way by someone he thought was a friend. Darius Freeman barely escapes the gunfire but that's not all - Tiffany Carrington is depressed and confused. She thinks her parents don't love or understand her. Tiffany is contemplating taking her own life, like - Joelle Knight thinks aloud as she looks into the mirror, "I can't believe this stuff is happening to me " She knows her Ma will want to kill her when she finds out; but she has a perfect plan to get out of this mess Just Say YES is ideal for teenagers, young adults, parents, families, church youth groups, Bible studies, or Christian schools. This novel has discussion questions that can be used by group or individual readers. There is also a list of useful resources for teens and adult readers which provide helpful information about some of the concerns addressed in this novel. Marilyn Granville Davis is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Alabama. She has written two children's books, My Christian ABC Book and Learning Colors and Numbers with a Smile.