Tuesday, January 3, 2012

The Fourth Stall Part II Book Review and Giveaway




 
From the moment Trixie Von Parker walked into his office in the fourth stall of the bathroom, Mac knew she was trouble. With business booming since taking down the notorious Staples, Mac thinks he can handle the challenge from the mean eighth grade girl. All he has to do is find out why the new science teacher has it in for her.

With the help of his best friend, Vince, Mac investigates Mr. Kjelson, the science teacher, to find out why he doesn't like Trixie. Instead, he finds there is more trouble in the school than he could have ever imagined. When a new administrator is brought into the school to help clean it up, Mac discovers his successful business is under attack by the guy in the suit. Even worse, the whole school is terrorized by the fact that they are being forced to take a new standardized test, the SMART. To complicate matters, Mac discovers Trixie isn't who she claims to be. Now it's up to Mac to save the school with the stakes higher than losing a few bucks.

The highly anticipated sequel, THE FOURTH STALL PART II by Chris Rylander will not disappoint fans of the first book. Surprising plot twists makes the book hard to put down. With the addition of the "mean" girl, Trixie, this book will appeal to girls as well. It is fun to watch her character unravel and Mac's reactions to it. In spite of  Mac's flaws, it is easy to cheer him on. A fun sequel to a great series. Highly recommended middle grade reader for ages 8-12 and will appeal to older middle school boys as well.

Publishing Information
  • Publisher: Waldon Pond Press
  • Release: February 7, 2012
  • Hardcover: 288 Pages
  • Ages: 8 and up

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Be the first to read THE FOURTH STALL PART II. Enter to win the the giveaway for both THE FOURTH STALL and THE FOURTH STALL PART II. One lucky reader will one a paperback copy of THE FOURTH STALL and an ARC copy of the FOURTH STALL PART II. Please use the Rafflecopter form to enter.


 

**Disclosure: I have received a copy of the book from the publisher for review purposes only. I have not received payment of any type. My opinions are in no way influenced by the publisher. The giveaway is sponsored by the publisher.






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20 comments:

Robin Blankenship said...

I think my son would like this book, he is a middle schooler and he really likes reading stories with other kids around his age.

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Diana said...

I think middle-grade books (and shows) about school are a lot of fun! And this series sounds like it won't disappoint.

Renee said...

Boy vs. "mean 8th grade girl" always makes for an interesting story in my opinion :)

Christina said...

I think kids would like the fact that it is centered around a toilet stall :-)

Amber said...

My sister would like it because she loves mystery and with the investigation part of the book she would be thrilled

bn100 said...

I think a child would like this book because it sounds fun and has some mystery in it.

Sunnie said...

I think my oldest kid would really like this book, it looks like one she would like.
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Cathe Olson said...

I think my students would love this . . . they love books like Gordon Korman's Swindle with kids pulling off heists.

mom2gabnnat said...

I think this would be a great series to add to our school library.
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Rachel said...

I think my brother would like this book because he is really into mysteries.

Brittany said...

my daughter loves any book i read to her!
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Anonymous said...

It sounds like a book that would keep my sons interest!
Rachel
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pmj said...

A book with mystery, school situations and the lav. What kid wouldn't like to read this.

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Emily Dorigo said...

He would like the mystery.

corey1971 said...

It sounds like a story my son could relate to. (Corey Olomon)(olomon@hotmail.com)

Candie L said...

I think my boys would like the mystery of it and try to guess what is going on THank you

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Debra said...

I think all kids would like this series!

GypsyFox said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog! I am an avid reader, & what a great giveaway, can I enter without being on FB? I'm a new follower via MBC :)

jadavis said...

The main character seems very relatable!
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Amber said...

I guess im to late to enter :((

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