Against All Odds

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HarperCollins Canada, May 17, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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The Odds (Boney, Itchy and Squeak) have vanquished their mortal enemy, Larry Harry, and his two sidekicks, but that doesn’t stop these dastardly bullies from trying to compete against Squeak in a radio-controlled airplane contest. But everyone is blown away when the winner turns out to be a girl. And not just any girl. Samantha Moss is eerily similar to Squeak -- she can match him note for scientific note.

Itchy isn’t too keen on inviting her into the clubhouse, but it turns out the boys need all the help they can get: aliens have landed in their town . . . and have cloned the Odds! There are Itchys and Boneys and Squeaks all over the place.

It takes all their imagination and scientific know-how to come up with a plan to stop the clones -- but will it work?

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The Good Stuff * A fabulous sequel to The Odds Get Even with enough back story included that you won't be lost without reading the first book. At the same time not too much repetition of the original ... Read full review

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Natale Ghent is an award-winning journalist and the author of No Small Thing, also published in the US and the UK, and The Book of Living and Dying, a novel for young adult readers. No Small Thing has been critically acclaimed in Canada and internationally. Nominated for four Canadian children’s choice awards, including the CLA Book of the Year for Children award and the Silver Birch award (Honour Book), No Small Thing was also chosen as a Junior Library Guild selection in the US and a Borders Original Voice. Born in Brookfield, Illinois, Natale Ghent moved to Canada as a small child. She lives with her family in Toronto.

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