Uptime, downtime

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Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 242 pages
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When fourteen-year-old Karyn and her thirteen-year-old brother Mike discover that they can travel through time merely by concentrating on a specific place and date, they encounter other time travelers and have strange adventures while debating how to use their new talent.

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User Review  - Krysta - Goodreads

I remember reading this in elementary school and loving it! For the longest time I couldn't remember the title or anything more than the character of the girl from Stonehenge but then I finally saw it again at the library. A fun time-travel adventure. :) Read full review

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Standing Stones and Running People
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Making It Work
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About the author (1992)

John Peel was born in Nottingham, England, in 1954. He attended Carlton le Willows Grammar School, in Gedling, Nottingham, England. At the young age of 10 he started writing stories. Peel moved to New York in 1981 to marry his pen-pal, Nan Taylor. His career seems to work typically backwards: he has just finished his 97th novel, but "Revenge Is a Dish..." was his first short story sale. Peel has written under various pen names including Nicholas Adams, John Vincent, Rick North and J.P. Trent.

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