Popular author Gordon Korman has sold millions of copies of his irreverant books for young readers. In this fast-paced caper, 11-year-old Griffin Bing finds something far more profitable than cobwebs during a haunted house sleepover-a rare Babe Ruth baseball card. But when a swindler scams the card from Griffin for only $125, the resourceful sixth grader and his friends plot their revenge. "If you read it aloud, don't be surprised when your listeners beg you for 'just one more chapter.'"-School Library Journal
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by Gordon Korman
by Nancy Krulik
"Gordon Korman has mapped out the terrain of "boy fiction," and Jonathan Todd Ross brings it gleefully to life in the best Disney movie fashion. When 11-year-old Griffin realizes that the local collectible shop owner has lied to him about the value of his Babe Ruth baseball card, having paid him a mere $120 for a card that could fetch over a million, he and his buddies spring into action. Each boy brings a special talent to the project, from computer hacker to dog whisperer to climbing expert. Given perfect material for family listening, Ross draws out the cliff-hangers, the double crosses, and the considerable humor with a skill that leaves the listener eager for more. D.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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