Angela's Top-Secret Computer Club

Angela's Top-Secret Computer Club

by Holly Keller
     
 

In this funny, welcome sequel to I Am Angela, someone has infiltrated the school's computer system and scrambled all the report cards! The principal is at her wit's end, but Angela and her computer-club cohorts are on the trail of some cryptic email clues that just might break the case. And they're determined to solve the mystery by the summer's end. One thingSee more details below

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Overview

In this funny, welcome sequel to I Am Angela, someone has infiltrated the school's computer system and scrambled all the report cards! The principal is at her wit's end, but Angela and her computer-club cohorts are on the trail of some cryptic email clues that just might break the case. And they're determined to solve the mystery by the summer's end. One thing is certain-when Angela is on the case, there's sure to be an exciting (and unexpected) outcome!Another delightful early-chapter book from the ever-versatile Holly Keller.

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Dianne Ochiltree
The computer system at Angela's elementary school has messed-up everyone's report card. And as usual, Angela Speigelhoff finds herself in the middle of it, along with her friends in the Top-Secret Computer Club. The club members use their knowledge of computers and e-mail to help solve this modern, fast-moving mystery. As they unravel the computer mess-up, young readers will learn all sorts of useful information about today's latest technology as well as some timeless problem-solving strategies. Told in a fresh and funny style, the story should keep readers quickly turning pages toward its surprising ending. Keller's humorous illustrations enliven the text throughout.
School Library Journal - School Library Journal
Gr 2-4The star of I Am Angela (Greenwillow, 1997) and the members of her Top-Secret Computer Club return for another adventure. On the last day before summer vacation, the administrators and teachers at the Central School discover that the computer-generated report cards have been doctored so that they are all ridiculously inaccurate. Angela and her friends try to figure out what caused the problem. A mysterious e-mail message sent to Albert leads them to some clues. They suspect Margaret, who is skilled with computers, but don't know who might have helped her. With the help of the school administrators, Angela and her friends set a successful trap for her and the other suspects. This amusing, well-crafted book is perfect for readers moving past beginning chapter books. Angela is a strong, appealing character who follows through with things until she accomplishes her goals. The story is accompanied by enjoyable two-color pen-and-ink drawings.Anne Parker, Milton Public Library, MA

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780688155711
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
04/01/1998
Edition description:
1 ED
Pages:
64
Product dimensions:
6.27(w) x 8.43(h) x 0.42(d)
Lexile:
950L (what's this?)
Age Range:
7 - 9 Years

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