Friday, October 23, 2009

Operation Redwood by S. Terrell French

"Julian Carter-Li opened his eyes and immediately knew he was somewhere he'd never woken up before."

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Abstract: In northern California, Julian Carter-Li and his friends old and new fight to save a grove of redwoods from an investment company that plans to cut them down.

Publisher: Amulet Books; 353 pages

3 comments:

Mary said...

This book was suggested by a children's librarian from Michigan who emailed that this book

"seems to me to have so many things going for it. The humor, the use of e-mails to forward the plot and develop character, strong mystery plot, the development of friendships and youthful independence as the kids work together for a cause, all come together without being clouded by dark, undue 21st century angst."

Thanks for the suggestion!

The Brain Lair (KB) said...

I thought the voice wavered between one a child would have and one an adult would have. That kept throwing me out of the book. It was good but not really anything new.

Jill said...

I too, thought this was a good book. Nothing profound, but a good read with a nice, but predictable, ending. I wish French would have added Julian's mother to the ending...I felt that relationship was brought into the book, then left hanging at the end.