Book Review of Squint by Chad Morris and Shelly Brown

Squint by Chad Morris and Shelly Brown

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[Book Review] Mustaches for Maddie by Chad Morris and Shelly Brown

Mustaches for Maddie by Chad Morris and Shelly Brown Blurb: “Twelve-year-old Maddie has a quirky sense of humor and a fondness for spotting fake mustaches–a neon pink handlebar, a green fuzzy chevron, a blue pencil mustache–her fake mustaches always seem to get a laugh. Being funny gets her noticed by class queen Cassie and things …

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The Impossible Race (Cragbridge Hall Book Three)

The Impossible Race (Cragbridge Hall Book #3) by Chad Morris Blurb: “In the final book of the Cragbridge Hall trilogy, Abby, Derick, and their friends must utilize their skills in time travel and technology to survive roving bands of dinosaurs, race through space, build robots, and fight virtual dragons. It’s known as the Race–an annual tournament …

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The Avatar Battle (Cragbridge Hall Book Two)

 The Avatar Battle (Cragbridge Hall Book Two) by Chad Morris (Summary taken from inside the book jacket) “The adventure continues as Abby and Derick begin their second semester at Cragbridge Hall, the most prestigious secondary school in the world. The year is 2074, and Abby and Derick are busy designing their own virtual worlds and …

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The Inventor’s Secret

The Inventor’s Secret by Chad Morris (Summary taken from the press release) “Imagine a school in the year 2074 where students don’t read history, but watch it happen in 3-D holograms–where running in gym class isn’t around a track, but up a virtual mountain, and where learning about animals means becoming one through an avatar. …

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