The Tuxedo

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Price Stern Sloan, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 142 pages
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Based on the DreamWorks moviestarring Jackie Chan and Jennifer Love Hewitt, this action-packed, karate-chop-filled junior novelization tells the story of Jimmy Tong, a limousine driver turned secret agent. Jimmy is the personal driver of the suave and mysterious Clark Devlin, a government agent and the owner of an extraordinary tuxedo. The tuxedo allows the wearer to perform the most difficult or graceful of tasks, from cracking codes to ballroom dancing. When Devlin becomes incapacitated, it is up to Jimmy-fitted with the high-tech tuxedo-and Agent Del Blaine to stop an evil group of businessmen from poisoning the world's water supply. More black belt than black tie, The Tuxedo is filled with suspense, action, drama, and humor that will captivate young readers.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
16
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About the author (2002)

Ellen Weiss is the author of many children's books, and her spoken-word recordings have earned her a Grammy award and a Grammy nomination. She lives in New York City.

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