Disney's Kim Possible: Extreme - Book #10: Chapter Book

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Disney-Hyperion, Dec 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 80 pages
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What a mess. First Kim's best friend, Ron Stoppable, starts writing for the school paper. No big, right? But then he starts digging for dirt-and finds it. Adrena-Lynn, the big TV star known for her "extreme" adventures, is nothing but a fake. She uses a dummy for all her dangerous stunts. After Ron's big story gets printed, Adrena-Lynn's hot show gets canceled. Now Adrena-Lynn wants to cancel Ron! Can Kim save her best bud from the Queen of Extreme?

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Marc Cerasini’ s numerous writing credits include "The Complete Idiot’ s Guide to the U.S. Special Ops Forces and Heroes: U.S. Marine Corps Medal of Honor Winners, a jacketed hardcover that recounts the history of the Marine corps through the story of its nearly 300 medal of honor winners. Marc has also written for Tom Clancy in a number of capacities, creating the bible for the Clancy Power Plays series (set in Russia), writing the YA action/adventure thriller "The Ultimate Escape for Clancy’ s NetForce series and writing one of the major essays on Clancy’ s contribution to the genre of the technothriller for the Berkley trade bestseller "The Tom Clancy Companion. Other works include "24: The House Special Subcommittee's Findings at CTU.  

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