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The hysterical no 1 New York Times bestseller by Newbery honoree Carl Hiaasen -- featuring gators, animal wranglers, inept reality TV hosts and one frozen iguana.

Produktbeschreibung
The hysterical no 1 New York Times bestseller by Newbery honoree Carl Hiaasen -- featuring gators, animal wranglers, inept reality TV hosts and one frozen iguana.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Hachette Children's Group
  • Seitenzahl: 304
  • Erscheinungstermin: 2. Mai 2013
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 198mm x 128mm x 30mm
  • Gewicht: 268g
  • ISBN-13: 9781444006452
  • ISBN-10: 1444006452
  • Artikelnr.: 36533115
Autorenporträt
Carl Hiaasen was born and raised in Florida, where he lives today with his family. He has written many books, both for adults and younger readers. He writes a weekly column for the Miami Herald.
Rezensionen

Süddeutsche Zeitung - Rezension
Süddeutsche Zeitung | Besprechung von 15.11.2013

Everglades
Tiere und Landschaft der Everglades bilden das Szenario, in dem der neue Abenteuerroman von Carl Hiaasen spielt, der sich durch kantige Typen, gelungene Dialoge und jugendliche Helden, die auf Augenhöhe mit den Erwachsenen agieren, auszeichnet. Dieses mal werden ein Tiertrainer und sein Sohn von einer Filmgesellschaft engagiert, um bei den Dreharbeiten für eine Abenteuerserie zu assistieren. Deren berühmter Star entpuppt sich als Idiot, der, überheblich und dumm, sich und die anderen in Gefahr bringt. Eine Krimihandlung heizt zudem die Spannung an.
BUD
Carl Hiaasen: Echte Biester. Aus dem Amerikanischen von Michael Koseler. Beltz & Gelberg 2013. 329 Seiten, 16,95 Euro.
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A USA Today Bestseller
A #1 Indie Bestseller
A Kids Indie Next List Selection
An ALA-YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults Nominee
A Bank Street College of Education Best Children s Book of the Year
A Florida Book Award Silver Medalist

Mystery, action, humor, and exotic animals and settings, all tied together by a writer with an exceptional grasp of language, makes this a sure hit with any mystery-loving readers. School Library Journal,  starred review

Hiaasen s best for a young audience since Newbery Honor Hoot (2002) features a shy, deep-feeling protagonist who s also a pragmatist and plenty of nature info and age-appropriate cultural commentary . Humorous adventure tales just don t get any more wacked or fun to read than this. Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Chomp shines in its humorous, subtle tweaks on pop culture. . . . The real satisfaction, however, is not so much in the book s humor but in its truth. TimeOut Chicago Kids
A USA Today Bestseller
A #1 Indie Bestseller
A Kids Indie Next List Selection
An ALA-YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults Nominee
A Bank Street College of Education Best Children s Book of the Year
A Florida Book Award Silver Medalist

Mystery, action, humor, and exotic animals and settings, all tied together by a writer with an exceptional grasp of language, makes this a sure hit with any mystery-loving readers. School Library Journal, starred review

Hiaasen s best for a young audience since Newbery Honor Hoot (2002) features a shy, deep-feeling protagonist who s also a pragmatist and plenty of nature info and age-appropriate cultural commentary . Humorous adventure tales just don t get any more wacked or fun to read than this. Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Chomp shines in its humorous, subtle tweaks on pop culture. . . . The real satisfaction, however, is not so much in the book s humor but in its truth. Time Out Chicago Kids