Monday, February 08, 2010


Yes, another one! Andrew "Danger" North is ready for the big time. He's been wanting to join the family business and has been preparing since he was six years old when his brother told him that both he and his father were spies. In his anxiousness to become a spy he kind of "borrowed" his brother's calculator thinking it would be great way to communicate to be organization that he is ready to officially become one. Of course he doesn't know how to use the calculator and is afraid he has probably just set the device to blow up the world! But before he can correct his mistake, his math teacher confiscates it and sticks the calculator in his desk drawer. Now, he has to find a way to get it back before everything is annihilated!

Andrew North Blows Up the World by Adam Selzer is a funny misadventure of a boy who absolutely believes that his father cannot be anything as boring as an insurance salesman. It's is perfect for 4th graders and up.

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