Remote Man

Elizabeth Honey
NZD $18.99

Elizabeth Honey skilfully combines humour, adventure, user-friendly language and thought-provoking themes. Remote Man is great entertainment, with depth and heart.

Remote Man is an exciting thriller about five kids on three continents, connected via the Net, trying to catch an international crook. It's about computers, friends, families, bears, reptiles, travel and a whole lot more. It'll make you laugh and maybe even cry.

Author bio:

Elizabeth Honey is the hugely popular, award-winning author of poetry, picture books and junior novels. Her playful humour, originality and energy strike a chord with kids everywhere. Her books are published in the USA, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Hungary, Bulgaria, Korea, Taiwan and China.

Category: Children's fiction
ISBN: 9781864489576
Awards: Nominated 2003: Kinderbuch section of the Deutscher Jugendliteratur-preis 2003 ('the most prestigious award for children's literature in Germany'). The translated title is SALAMANDER IM NETZ. 0
Table Of Contents: 1 Seriously Weird

2 Bad Day

3 Talk, talk, talk

4 The Top End

5 The Cowboy

6 Mango Tree

7 Massachusetts

8 Martha B Sudbury

9 No car, Ma'am?

10 A Real Meal

11 Into the Forest

12 All@once

13 Bear Hunt

14 The Rockys

15 Kuza's Clue

16 Black Bear

17 Photographer

18 The Hunk'o'junk

19 Fearful Things

20 Halloween

21 Two Men Drinking Beer

22 Revenge with a Vengeance

23 Busking at Starbucks

24 Kuza@work

25 Cleverton

26 NY & Nancy

27 Saturday

28 40W72#2NYNY

29 The Jacket

30 The Kelp Room

31 Turkey Time

32 Salamander

33 Suns & Moons

34 Bonjour

35 Surprises

36 Break-through

37 The Big Fat Good Idea

38 Inventing Roland

39 Mom dot com

40 Egghead

41 Salamander Imports

42 Email & the Detectives

43 Big Bucks

44 Baiting the Trap

45 Not@home

46 Iguana Day

47 The Oak Motor Inn

48 Wah happen?

49 Rocky's Party

50 Going Home
Publisher: A&U Children's
Imprint: A & U Children
Pub Date: May 2000
Page Extent: 256
Format: Paperback - B format
Age: 10 - 14
Subject: Children's fiction