Swindle Book Report Gordon Korman Essays Beliefs Attitudes And Values
I'm not here to talk about the Swindle series as a whole, though. I thought it was a really fun idea to have this installment revolving around the holidays, because it added a bit of an edge to the mystery when everything went wrong. That brings me to the biggest side plot of the novel, the competition between Ben's parents. The theft of the star winds up pushing them into a decorating competition (think giant Santas and light-up dreidels competing for roof space), and things get pretty out of hand by the end of the book.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary ARC of this novel from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.other than the pencils with fuzzy dog toppers (cringe).It helps that “Swindle” was featured prominently in a video we show students hyping up some of the books that will be on sale. This heist story is sure to catch on with a wide range of readers, including that hardest to reach segment of the reading population: boys. He has a plan for everything and can always count on his best friend Ben to help him execute his grand ideas.The book was followed by multiple sequels, titled Zoobreak, Framed! Swindle By Gordon Korman Scholastic Press ISBN 9780439903448 .99 Grades 4-6 In Stores March 2008 *Recommended* Can we get a few more copies please?
A TV movie Swindle based on the novel was released on Nickelodeon in 2013.