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Framed (Swindle #3) Hardcover – September 1, 2010
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Gr 5-7–Korman's fans will welcome this follow-up to Swindle (2008) and Zoobreak (2009, both Scholastic). The Man with the Plan needs help from his friends at Cedarville Middle School to clear him of a crime he didn't commit. When a valuable Super Bowl ring goes missing, the principal is convinced that Griffin is involved, and the kids are convinced that Principal Egan is trying to pin the heist on them. It appears that Griffin has been framed, and each attempt to clear his name seems to get the friends in more trouble. This mystery will draw readers in with its quickly developing plot that combines unconventional characters and situations with believable dialogue and plot twists. Griffin's just a normal kid trying to keep track of his retainer, but when you have friends like Ben Slovak, who has a ferret constantly at his side, and Savannah Drysdale, an avid animal enthusiast, some strange situations will occur. Framed introduces a new character to the group when Griffin lands himself in Jail For Kids and has to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet. He meets his match in Shank Brickhaus, also a "planner," whose family's expertise in nuisance wildlife plays a major role in Griffin standing trial for a crime he didn't commit. Make no mistake; this mystery will keep readers guessing until the end, and there is enough action and even a Hollywood-style car chase to keep reluctant readers on the edge of their seats.Cheryl Ashton, Amherst Public Library, OH
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"Pure fun from top to bottom." - School Library Journal
"Korman's fast moving, feel-good suspense novel will have middle schoolers, especially boys, turning the pages." - VOYA
"Gordon Korman has once again created a story sure to capitvate middle-grade audiences." - www.TeensReadToo.com
Praise for Zoobreak:
"Korman again knocks it out of the park...interesting, full of humor, and good fun." - VOYA
"Korman's second tale of 11-year-old Mr. Fix-it Griffin and his friends is a page-turning adventure....The author's fans will be more than pleased." - Kirkus
"This book is overflowing with energy, and each chapter ends with the promise of more excitement. In addition, woven perfectly into the story...are the themes of friendship, working together, accomplishing the impossible, and having the courage to do what is right." - www.Kidreads.com
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