The Gabriel Book of World Records: Stories from the Treehouse

The Gabriel Book of World Records: Stories from the Treehouse

by Justin Matott
     
 

Gabriel Peters and his friends set out to attain their positions in history between the pages of the coveted record book through many attempts at the absurd (The World s Largest Spit Pool) to the simply unattainable (World s Largest Frog Farm). Gabe and his friends are up to their usual mischief. Along with the attempts to get into the book, a whole bunch of other

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Gabriel Peters and his friends set out to attain their positions in history between the pages of the coveted record book through many attempts at the absurd (The World s Largest Spit Pool) to the simply unattainable (World s Largest Frog Farm). Gabe and his friends are up to their usual mischief. Along with the attempts to get into the book, a whole bunch of other adventures are included; a new member to the Secret Brotherhood named T-Bone Garza, Glenn The Sea Monkey TM comics begin, the discovery of the neighborhood s own Cruella DeVille , more Ghost Indian sightings, an Ultimate Dare-Off which places the boys overnight in a haunted schoolhouse, a newly formed Boy Scout Troupe, fishing, camping and many, many other explorations which will assure that the ADVENTURES CONTINUE! What could be more compelling, mysterious or interesting than the people and feats contained within The Guinness World Book of Records? The irresistible gawking, rubbernecking and wonder that comes from the athletic feats and other human endeavors are food for thought enough, then

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Captivates the reluctant readers, especially boys. Many adventures and fun summer antics with buddies!

Growing up and boyhood adventures.

Guinness Book of World record style dares and feats to accomplish record setting feats!

Email and social media campaign to enlist mothers, PTA groups and schools to increase awareness.

Print campaign with postcards and media kits to relevant reviewers and book store owners.

Attendance at various conferences, including the national IRAs and booksellers conventions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781889191270
Publisher:
Clove Publications
Publication date:
09/15/2010
Series:
GP Series
Pages:
268
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Justin Matott over the past twelve years has developed a platform for his writing and speaking focused on the enjoyment of reading, storytelling and motivating the most of reluctant readers to pick up a book and get lost in them. He is also on an anti-bullying crusade as he moves from school assemblies to classrooms.

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