Lost in Cyberspaceby Richard Peck
Meet Josh Lewis, a sixth grader at the elite Huckley School. When his best friend Aaron announces that he can time travel with his computer, Josh isn't fazed. But when Aaron actually microprocesses himself into cyberspace, the duo must deal with unexpected visitors from the past -- and find out more about Huckley's history than they ever wanted to know!"Amiable characters, fleet pacing, and witty,in-the-know narration will keep even the non-bookish interested."-- Publishers Weekly
- Penguin Young Readers Group
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- Penguin Group
- NOOK Book
- File size:
- 192 KB
- Age Range:
- 8 - 12 Years
Meet the Author
Richard Peck has written more than thirty novels, and in the process has become one of the country’s most highly respected writers for children. In fact The Washington Post called him “America’s best living author for young adults.” A versatile writer, he is beloved by middle-graders as well as young adults for his historical and contemporary comedies and coming-of-age novels. He lives in New York City, and spends a great deal of time traveling around the country to speaking engagements at conferences, schools, and libraries.
Mr. Peck is the first children’s book author to have received a National Humanities Medal. He is a Newbery Medal winner (for A Year Down Yonder), a Newbery Honor winner (for A Long Way from Chicago), a two-time National Book Award finalist, and a two-time Edgar Award winner. In addition, he has won a number of major honors for the body of his work, including the Margaret A. Edwards Award, the ALAN Award, and the Medallion from the University of Southern Mississippi.
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Lost in Cyberspace is an excellent science fiction book. It is about 2 boys that learn about their school's history in an odd way. I could not put this boook down and you won't be able to either. Read Lost in Cyberpace!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I probably wouldnt read this for fun. I did this on my sci fi novel at school and it was a definite easy A I LOVE THE BOOK.
I think everybody should read this book
The biggining is very slow but, when you get to the trnth chapter it gets interisting
No it dosent its interesting on like ch. 4 or 7!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!