You Have Mail: True Stories of Cybercrime

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Franklin Watts, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Features:
- High interest/low reading level books for middle- and high-school students
- Attention-grabbing opener to provide immediate visual introduction to each book
- Mock dialogues to present crucial vocabulary terms in context
- Compelling visuals and information to help students build a background in each topic
- Real-life case studies to show scientists' problem-solving processes
- Portfolio of tools, equipment, forms, and other real materials used by experts in the field
- "Science as Inquiry" out of the classroom and into the real world
- Forensic science is a hot topic, making these books the ones teens will want to read
- Highlights of key historical moments in each discipline
- Current events tie-ins
- Career emphasis, featuring interviews with scientists in the field

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About the author (2007)

Matthew Newman is seventeen years old, and currently lives in North Carolina. The author of the acclaimed novel The Castle in the Wishing Well, The Kingdom in the Sea is his second in the line of many more novels to come.

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