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Capstone, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 66 pages
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A series for reluctant and/or transitional readers. In Joker, Mel works with his part-time magician dad, Magic Max, and attempts to do his own magic in school. When his dad is kidnapped and held hostage at the bank where he works, Mel manages to foil the robbery and help rescue him.

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About the author (2006)

Anthony Masters wrote many novels, short stories, and nonfiction books for children and young adults. His most recent works included a children's version of Shakespeare's play Hamlet and a young adult series on World War II. Anthony Masters died in 2003.

Michael Reid is a freelance writer, author, and photographer. His other projects include, the next books in this series, as well as venturing into other genres. Michael has enjoyed writing from a very young age, has written many short stories, as well as many reviews. Michael cares deeply for his family, and friends, also has a special place in his heart for his pets. Through his journeys and encounters has enjoyed meeting and learning about all different walks of life. He strives to help to encourage others, and always tries to see the best in people. The message he would like to leave for others is To always believe in yourself.

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