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Time traveling book

Awhile back I downloaded a Free Friday selection and I wanted to read it, but I can't remember the name of the book or author so I am having a really hard time finding the book. The premise was that troubled teens were sent back in time to certain places and left to blend in and survive instead of receiving jail time. It sounded like it was a series and I think one of the books had the kids sent to Venice and another to World War I or Ii. I have tried searching my library on Barnes and Noble, Googling so many different key words, and reading the Free Friday Blog all with no luck.any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!