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The Find It Club And The Prankster
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The Find It Club And The Prankster

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by Terry L. Neal
 

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The Find It Club and the Prankster, the second book in Terry Neal's series, is about the trials that Christopher Hatten faces as a new student in a new city. The founders of the Find It Club, Broc and Chloe Lamazares, have reputations for being good detectives. Their reputation usher in an invitation to help Olsen Middle School in Hollywood, Florida, find the

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The Find It Club and the Prankster, the second book in Terry Neal's series, is about the trials that Christopher Hatten faces as a new student in a new city. The founders of the Find It Club, Broc and Chloe Lamazares, have reputations for being good detectives. Their reputation usher in an invitation to help Olsen Middle School in Hollywood, Florida, find the Prankster. Someone is pulling practical jokes on one of the students almost daily. This story deals with school bullies, middle school romance, and life-changing decisions. Rev. Neal says, "There seems to be a Robin Hood in each of us. All we need are the right situations."

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ISBN-13:
9781606109595
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
08/04/2008
Pages:
152
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.35(d)
Age Range:
9 - 11 Years

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The Find It Club and the Prankster 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Everyone runs into bullies in their lives, no matter how old they might be. This story deals with real life issues that young people face in school. They are sometimes pushed around by other kids and even teachers. Young people and adults will relate to this story. The author does an excellent job of involving the readers in the story. Chris is a kid that all kids can imagine as he tries to deal with his bullies. All of us have run into our "Vic's" that make life tough. I could see each of the pranks being pulled upon the bullies. Readers would also enjoy "Seeking the Cross in Dracula's Castle" written by the same author.