Son of Interflux

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Scholastic, 1986 - Business enterprises - 274 pages
14 Reviews
Even though his father is Senior Executive Vice President of Interflux, Simon leads his high school classmates in thwarting the giant corporation's plan to build a new complex and take over some city land.

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User Review  - Amanda Stephens - Goodreads

This is a book about a boy who does not want to be a part of his family's company- his dad is the CEO. In order to not be a part of it, he decides that he wants to be an artist, and begins attending a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Niya B - Goodreads

It's a cute book that ends in the way you'd expect (the underdog wins a moral victory) but arrives at the ending in a surprisingly mature, diplomatic and clear thinking way. If all teenagers were so ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
16
Section 3
35
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About the author (1986)

Gordon Korman was born in Montreal, Canada on October 23, 1963. When his 7th-grade English teacher told the class they could have 45 minutes a day for four months to work on a story of their choice, Korman began This Can't Be Happening at Macdonald Hall. He was also the class monitor for the Scholastic TAB Book Club, so he sent his novel to the address on the TAB flyer, and a few days after his 14th birthday, he had a book contract with Scholastic. By the time he graduated from high school, he had published five other novels and several articles for Canadian newspapers. He received a BFA degree from New York University with a major in Dramatic Writing and a minor in Film and TV. He has written over 75 books for children and young adults including the Swindle series, The Juvie Three, and two books of poetry written by the fictional character Jeremy Bloom.

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