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Hiding Carly By Ann Eisenstein Hiding Carly Eleven year old Sean is in search of the truth Someone murdered his father Special Agent Max Gray and the FBI has officially closed the case Now it is up to him to find out who was to blame While in
  • Title: Hiding Carly
  • Author: Ann Eisenstein
  • ISBN: 9781452858289
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hiding Carly By Ann Eisenstein Eleven year old Sean is in search of the truth Someone murdered his father, Special Agent Max Gray, and the FBI has officially closed the case Now it is up to him to find out who was to blame While investigating online, Sean stumbles upon a mysterious connection between his father and that new girl in his class Now he has two puzzles to solve What really happened to hEleven year old Sean is in search of the truth Someone murdered his father, Special Agent Max Gray, and the FBI has officially closed the case Now it is up to him to find out who was to blame While investigating online, Sean stumbles upon a mysterious connection between his father and that new girl in his class Now he has two puzzles to solve What really happened to his dad and what does Carly have to do with it In the face of danger, Sean sets aside his fear and finds the courage, compassion, and conviction to follow the evidence Praise and Reviews for Hiding Carly Ann Eisenstein s debut murder mystery middle grade novel HIDING CARLY received a resoundingly positive review from the Wright State University Press There is a strong FBI theme in this first book and Eisenstein is now collaborating with the FBI to continue with the SEAN GREY, JUNIOR SPECIAL AGENT series Pen Palette SCBWI Carolinas, Summer 2011 Eisenstein chooses words that evoke the wide span of emotions that run through a sixth grader s mind She keeps readers in suspense on every page Joan Y Edwards, Author, Illustrator, Motivational Speaker I believe any time you can reach out to young people and impress on them that doing what is right outweighs peer pressure then we need to make efforts toward that end The FBI s Junior Special Agent sometimes referred to as Junior G men Program does just that After personally coordinating the program I saw such positive changes in many of our youth In Hiding Carly, the protagonist, Sean, exemplifies the qualities that we see in our Junior Special Agents William Malinowski, Former retired FBI Special Agent
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    1. Sean and Carly are very credible Middle Grade characters, and will appeal to both male and female preteen readers Sean s loyalty to his dead father and desire to make him proud are strong motivators His passion to clear his father s maligned name, and empathy for his new friend, Carly s, situation make him a very likable protagonist.There is a strong suspenseful plot, which will keep readers turning the pages FBI involvement, some great twists, strong characters, well written and a very satisfac [...]


    2. This enjoyable, quick read is about Sean Gray trying to get over the death of his father, an FBI agent who is shot in the line of duty As Sean probes into the his father s death he comes face to face with several things which just don t make sense Buoyed on by the things his father taught him, he perseveres to get at the truth, knowing that he has to do what is right, even if everyone else is telling him to mind his own business I found this book hard to put down and will definitely recommend it [...]


    3. Middle Grade perfect for reluctant readers with 11 year old boy digging for clues into his father s murder, his mysterious neighbor, while dodging the school bully Great book, wonderful action, series in the making and film rights in discussion.


    4. I really enjoyed this book It was so well written, fast paced, and suspenseful I highly recommend this book to any middle grade student who loves to read mysteries.


    5. My 6th graders will love this book Also the author Ann Eisenstein lives in Columbia The man character s dad went to Dreher High School



    6. This was very jumpy, and there were important parts that felt glossed over Then there was the whole grandmother storyline which seemed to be pointlessly sad I would not recommend this one.


    7. Sean is dealing with the death of his dad, a former FBI agent, and when the word on the street is that Sean s dad was dirty, he just couldn t accept that Not his dad His dad always played by the rules and followed the evidence When Sean sees his dad s former partner at school for the Junior Special Agent Program he is not very forthcoming with answers Is the information classified, or is something sinister going on On top of this, 11 year old Sean has to deal with Andy his classroom nemesis and [...]


    8. This was such a good book I wish it just kept on going and going and going Though the beginning was kind of confusing the rest of the book was simply delightful I loved it so much I was on the edge of my seat gasping The setting seemed so real I felt like I was there watching it all happen.


    9. It was a very good book but hard to follow at times It also ended rather abruptly Overall it was a fairly good read.


    10. Three and a half stars Not all that suspenseful Not sure why the bully suddenly becomes Sean s friend Pretty good dialogue Pretty good story arc.




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