Hyperlinkz Book 3: Web Jam

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Here Comes Treble.

Who’s the star of THIS show? Austin and Ashley Webster are about to find out when they’re sucked inside the musical side of the crazy, confusing World Wide Web. It’s all thanks to Austin’s laptop computer and a strange digital camera he picked up at a garage sale. But their timing couldn’t be worse: Ashley is just about to sing in the state “Greatest Young Vocalist” finals.

Never mind the advice from their Aunt Jessica and ...

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Overview

Here Comes Treble.

Who’s the star of THIS show? Austin and Ashley Webster are about to find out when they’re sucked inside the musical side of the crazy, confusing World Wide Web. It’s all thanks to Austin’s laptop computer and a strange digital camera he picked up at a garage sale. But their timing couldn’t be worse: Ashley is just about to sing in the state “Greatest Young Vocalist” finals.

Never mind the advice from their Aunt Jessica and so-called “help” from Tucker Campbell–who’ll do just about anything to win the finals. Austin and Ashley stumble deeper than ever into the Web, bouncing from one music-linked website to the next. Can they find their way back home before the competition is history? Or will their newest exploits hit a sour note and leave them trapped in the Web…forever?

Check out the “HyperLinkz Guide to Safe Surfing” for cool true trivia and Web backgrounders!

Don’t miss any of the exciting HyperLinkz adventures!
Book 1: Digital Disaster
Book 2: Fudge Factor
Book 3: Web Jam
Book 4: Spam Alert

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781578567492
  • Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 8/17/2004
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 5.12 (w) x 7.65 (h) x 0.34 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Elmer is the author of 36 youth novels, including the new HyperLinkz series, as well as the Young Underground, Adventures Down Under, Promise of Zion and AstroKids series. A certified teacher, he speaks at schools all over the U.S.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2004

    Great for kids who like computers

    I already have books one and two in the Hyperlinkz series, so I was excited about getting book three. It¿s really good! Since I like computers, I like it because it involves a laptop. I think it¿s really cool that the kids can travel through the Internet that way. I'm looking forward to book four.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2004

    Music Mannia ala Internet

    Elmer's use of imaginative fiction for fun and learning makes this series a must read for children of all ages. In this episode, readers hop from site to site with Ashley Webster and her mother's way younger sister in a hair-rising ride that takes them from Fanny Crosby's street, to a prison cell in Macedonia, to Ft. Mc Henry. Elmer's works are not only responsible, they are down-right fun, evoking a desire to learn more.

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  • Posted January 29, 2009

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    Best new kids fiction

    I really loved this book. You learn a lot of cool stuff about Christians but do it in fun way. I learned about Fanny Crosby and other people. I had so much fun reading it that I didn't realized I learned something until I told my mom about it. I wanted to read her pages of the story that made me laugh. I like the computer theme. This book is not boring and keeps your mind going. I love fantasy books like this.I am going to ask my parents to get me book 1 and 2 for Christmas this year.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 18, 2004

    Fun! Exciting! Cool!

    An exciting adventure in the life of Austin and Ashley Webster as they take another trip into the wonderful world of the internet. Today's readers will enjoy the fun and get a pretty good message about what's really important as they whirl through the web with the Websters. Pretty good story for an adult, too!

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