by Michele Martin Bossley

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Bobsledder Josh Gantz is accused of deliberately injuring a fellow competitor and might be thrown out of the sport, right before the World Cup. His younger sister Courtney asks her friends to help clear his name. Can amateur sleuths Trevor, Nick and Robyn find out who framed Josh? What is the meaning of the strange coded messages they keep finding around Olympic Park? Who eats orange bananas anyway? The kids must unearth the clues before Josh’s championship dreams end up on ice.

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ISBN-13: 9781554695959
Publisher: Orca Book Publishers
Publication date: 03/01/2007
Series: Orca Currents Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 128
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 10 - 14 Years

About the Author

Award winning author Michele Martin Bossley was born in Boston, Massachusetts, but grew up in Calgary, Alberta. Her sixth grade teacher encouraged her to write down the stories she enjoyed creating, but it wasn't until high school that Michele really began to consider writing as a career. She graduated from the University of Calgary in 1991, and began working seriously on writing children's books. A frequent speaker at writing conferences and schools, Michele divides her time between writing and parenting her four sons. She lives in Calgary, Alberta.

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"Here they come!" Courtney learned eagerly against the railing. A blur of orange streaked past before I had a chance to see it clearly. The sled went into the turn. I watched it careering back and forth on the smooth curved ice of the track as it rocketed through the Kreisel.
"Aren't they supposed to keep the sled steady, Trevor?" asked Robyn.
"I think so," I answered. Courtney's attention was riveted to the orange sled that was fishtailing out of control.
"What's wrong?" Robyn said, just as a screech of tearing metal filled the air. Something silver had wernched loose and was lying on the ice. The sled flipped.
"Josh!" Courney screeched. The bobsled landed on its side and skidded toward the final turn, where it slowed to a grinding stop.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dont get this book confusing childish and waste of money.
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