Peabody Pond - Heinz, Brian J.
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Connor and Otis, honor students at Pendrake Middle School, stumble into trouble while fishing from their old skiff on Peabody Pond. They attempt to aid Dr. Lambert, a geneticist, who crashed his car on a forest trail while fleeing his pursuers. During the doctor's violent abduction, a vial of an experimental hormone rolls down the hillside and shatters on the shore, unleashing horrific changes in the simple aquatic life. Situations deteriorate as the boys struggle to stay one step ahead of the thugs while waging battle with the monstrous mutants of Peabody Pond. They vow to solve the crime on…mehr

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Connor and Otis, honor students at Pendrake Middle School, stumble into trouble while fishing from their old skiff on Peabody Pond. They attempt to aid Dr. Lambert, a geneticist, who crashed his car on a forest trail while fleeing his pursuers. During the doctor's violent abduction, a vial of an experimental hormone rolls down the hillside and shatters on the shore, unleashing horrific changes in the simple aquatic life. Situations deteriorate as the boys struggle to stay one step ahead of the thugs while waging battle with the monstrous mutants of Peabody Pond. They vow to solve the crime on their own, but piling secrets upon lies, they enlist some unlikely allies and open the doors to a summer vacation fraught with mischief, mystery, mayhem, and death - as well as far more adventure than either boy could have imagined.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: 4RV Tweens & Teens
  • Seitenzahl: 168
  • Erscheinungstermin: 9. August 2020
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 203mm x 127mm x 9mm
  • Gewicht: 188g
  • ISBN-13: 9781950074198
  • ISBN-10: 1950074196
  • Artikelnr.: 60009154
Autorenporträt
Brian Heinz is the critically-acclaimed author of nineteen books for children. His books include fiction and nonfiction, in verse and in prose, from silly to true-to-life, in multiple genres. He is a former middle school educator of Language Arts and Science and has taught Writing for Children at the prestigious Hofstra University Summer Writers Program for ten years. He presents ninety days of programs a year at schools and professional conferences,both regionally and nationally. Visit him on the web at www.brianheinz.com