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Real Street Kidz: Good Ideas

Real Street Kidz: Good Ideas (multicultural book series for preteens 7-to-12-years old)
Real Street Kidz: Good Ideas
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80
Pages: 
98
Average: 5 (1 vote)
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•Multicultural Children’s Books by Quentin Holmes •Easy-to-read, empowering and entertaining stories preteens (7-to-12 years old) •Available in softcover, & eBookQ, Jazz, Chase, Ginger, Los, Kawena, and Lucky, are the adventure seeking Real Street Kidz. An extraordinary group of kids who live life in a big way and prove that you're never too young to make a difference. During the summer the Real Street Kidz Chased Action and mastered the Art of Authenticity, but with the arrival of a new school semester the RSK are in serious need of Good Ideas. The kids are immediately faced with frustrating challenges from a rigid new school's "Pilot Program," that includes excessive pop-quizzes, strict dress codes, and a disgusting "healthy choice" menu. Things really get worse when their old rival Junior puts the entire school in jeopardy with his "Me First" re-election campaign for school president. Q and Jazz decide to run against him to stop Junior's reckless campaign from ruining the student body, but that's when things become even worse! The entire school becomes divided and everyone is desperate for an infusion of Good Ideas to help put things back together again. Whose side will the friends choose? Which side would you choose? Making the wrong choice could cost everyone a lot more than just a school election; it could cost everyone a better world!

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Pages: 98
Reading Level: Advanced (9 to 13)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0996210249
Categories: Action Adventure, Boys, Educational
Features: Chapters
Keywords: multicultural, children's books, chapter books, adventure, middle grade, book series, coming of age, growing up
Date Added: March 19, 2018
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