The Fourth Stall Part II
|Rating||:||4.64 (845 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||281 Pages|
AWESOME Alex schell Great book, always kept me on my toes, and best of all, I love love love the character development I feel like the main characters are my best friends. Well done Chris Rylander. And P.S I feel like me and the author almost have a connection because I too, love to write.. Daniel Matos-Torres said AWESOME. This was the best book ever published , I loved it, and that is the least I can say! MAKE BOOK AWESOME Daniel Matos-Torres This was the best book ever published , I loved it, and that is the least I can say! MAKE BOOK 4 AND 5. AND 5. "Great book" according to B. Sullivan. Blah bob bb be. B. By b b. B be bb b b b. B b be. B be bb. Be b
A fan of chocolate, chips, and chocolate chips, he lives in Chicago. Chris Rylander is the author of the Codename Conspiracy series and the Fourth Stall saga. You can visit him online at chrisrylander.
But what do you do when you can't tell the difference?. Mac has always tried to keep his friends close and his enemies closer. But this can't last. The life of crime is good. Mac has taken down legendary high school crime boss Staples, business has been booming, and Mac and Vince are getting ready for middle school baseball tryouts. Especially when a new vice principal is bent on destroying their operation, and Mac and Vince meet the new girl at school, an eighth grader with a mean look who goes by the name Trixie Von Parkway
Here is an original-a story that really gets how guys are pals. (ALA Booklist, about THE FOURTH STALL) . (Jon Scieszka, about THE FOURTH STALL)Debut novelist Rylander mines a substantial amount of humor and heart from this combination hard-boiled crime novel and middle-grade character piece. Read it. Now. (Publishers Weekly, about THE FOURTH STALL)Draws in even the most apprehensive young reader… A robust story rich in action, adventure, humor, and friendship. A light and enjoyable caper. (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA), about THE FOURTH STALL)Mac narrates the tale with the arch flatness of a 1940s satire of