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Adam Canfield Watch Your Back!

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Adam Canfield Watch Your Back!

Adam Canfield Series, Book 2
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As coeditor of the Slash, the Harris Elementary/Middle School paper, Adam Canfield is used to getting the story. What he's not used to is being the story, which is just what happens after he's mugged by some high-school students for his snow-shoveling money.

But it's hard to keep a low profile when there's still baritone and basketball practice, a new principal to figure out, a science fair sham to uncover, a bully survey to monitor, a three-hundred-year-old tree to save, and the next issue of the Slash to take care of. It's enough to drive a kid over the edge. Luckily, Adam's got Jennifer, his trusty (and cute!) coeditor, to help him keep it together. But when the Slash is threatened, will they be able to get the story and keep the paper going, all without getting expelled?
As coeditor of the Slash, the Harris Elementary/Middle School paper, Adam Canfield is used to getting the story. What he's not used to is being the story, which is just what happens after he's mugged by some high-school students for his snow-shoveling money.

But it's hard to keep a low profile when there's still baritone and basketball practice, a new principal to figure out, a science fair sham to uncover, a bully survey to monitor, a three-hundred-year-old tree to save, and the next issue of the Slash to take care of. It's enough to drive a kid over the edge. Luckily, Adam's got Jennifer, his trusty (and cute!) coeditor, to help him keep it together. But when the Slash is threatened, will they be able to get the story and keep the paper going, all without getting expelled?
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About the Author-
  • Michael Winerip is the author of Adam Canfield of the Slash and a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the New York Times. He says, "After I finished writing the first Adam Canfield novel, I thought, Well, that's that. But then Adam, Jennifer, and Phoebe were still staring at me, and I could see immediately that they were not done with their work. They were hungry to report more news stories, anxious to right more wrongs, desperate to tell the truth as they saw it, dying to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. I knew that they needed to get busy doing what they do best, putting out the Slash, the world's greatest middle-school newspaper. And so you have it, a sequel." Michael Winerip lives in Lido Beach, New York, with his wife and four children.
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  • AudioFile Magazine In this hilarious sequel to ADAM CANFIELD OF THE SLASH, the fourth-grade reporter faces some heavy issues at Harris Elementary/Middle School. Adam is mugged for his snow-shoveling money, tackles science fair fairness, and battles a zoning commissioner. Narrator Patrick Lawlor readily transforms from smarmy school administrator and menacing media mogul to earnest, often ineffectual adults. ("Do grownups live on the same planet?") The squeaky, slightly hysterical third-grade reporter, Phoebe, butts heads with the slow-voiced, pedantic Theodore, and other middle schoolers are equally well defined. Potentially heavy-handed exposition on journalistic integrity is smoothly conveyed in interviews between Adam and a gruff-voiced war correspondent turned Mr. Mom. Musical intros add to the presentation. D.P.D. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine
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