I read No More Dead Dogs, Swindle, One False Note, and The Emperor's Code. All of the books where adventurous and exciting.
ive read 39clues2, 8, and swindle there all great
the gordon korman book i read was swindle. i thought it had a good stoyline and a good grabber it was a good book
The book that I read from Gordon Korman
was Swindle. I thought it was a great book and so was the rest of the seires was awesome (Zoobreak and Framed)
I read 39 clues one false note. I that that the book was very suspensful because all the characters cheat, steal and they will harmm anything and anyone to get what they want in order to win. The book is intresting because it is not always from Amy and Dans point of view but is also from Jonah Wizard's point of view and many other characters points of views. I would recomend this book for all kids that can read like around age 7 or age 9
The first book I read was Swindle. My teacher read Swindle out loud and it was very interesting because the main print on the cover was not the big idea.
The next one I read was Tandled. It was a mysterious book and it caught my attention. The book after that was 39 clues book two and it was awesome. The books I really want to read is Framed and Zoobreak because the first book was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
Ive also read 39 clues book two and it wasnt as good as I thought it was going to be. I got confused towards the middle but It wasnt bad.
Schooled was a pretty good book to but if you read it, it may be kind of confusing to you.
Overall I think Gordon Korman is a great writer and I cant wait for some new books.
his 39 clues books are very suspensefull i cant wait for his next book. ive also read swindle and my favorite was when the kids started planing to get the card back
I have read every single 39 clues. I have also read swindle and zoobreak.I would like to read 39 clues vesper series. The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers Book 1: The Medusa Plot by Gordon Korman .
My first Gordon Korman book was "Swindle". It was interesting, understandable, and hard to put down. The book had a nice flow and stayed on the main idea, (which made it easy to stay with).
I am a big fan of the Gordan Korman books I also read part of the book "Zoobreak". I found it fast paced and entertaining.
If I were to ask Gordon Korman one question, I would ask him what his inspiration was to be an author
I Haven't read the whole book Swindle, but I have read some of it. I think that book is great, so far. This book was about a boy that didn't want to have this old house demolished so he planned a sleepover to protest this demolition. The only one that showed up was his best friend.
If I could ask him a question, I would ask him about what made him come up with these books.
If I had one question to ask Gordan Korman is that, "What other books are you planning to write and publish?"
If I were to ask Gordan Korman a question it would be "are you going to write anymore 39 clues books?"
the next gorman korman book i would read would be shcooled because it seems like an interesting book because the main character has never seen the outside world.
i like gordan kormans books and if i had one question, i would ask him what his process for writing his books is
Over the summer, I read No More Dead Dogs, Swindle, One False Note, and The Emperor's Code. All of the books were aventurous and exciting. No More Dead Dogs had a fun base. I liked the way Gordon Korman wrote in the perspective of the characters. One False note was a very fast paced book; you had to understand the wording to understand the scence. The Emperors Code, was also a fast paced book filled with action and thrill. Swindle was a real awesome book. it was much more easier to understand because the characters were about our age. It was also much more realistic. I really like the way Griffin thought.. using every ones talent was a smart idea. When Gordon Korman comes to our school, I will ask him this question: Where do you get these ideas? I also really like to write, and sometimes I face writer's block. So, I would like to ask him this other question: When you get writer's block, how do you overcome it?
I read Pop which is about a kid named Marcus who moves across the country so his Mom could take pictures of boulders. Marcus was the star high school quarterback at his old town, but will have to fight his way onto the team here. At a local park called Three Alarm Park he meets a middle aged man named Charlie who is one odd character. Charlie is in top condition and is a narural at football, together they both work on hitting each other with the proper form. After working with Charlie Marcus figures uot something is wrong with Charlie...
I loved the book and reccomend it to any one!
One question that I would ask him is where he got his inperation from Pop.
Over the summer I read No More Dead Dogs . I thought the book had better ending, but it was a little slow in the beginning and middle. I like the fact that it was a story being told from more than one perspective. Although the book was kind of slow, I did enjoy the ending. Over all, I thought it was an okay book.
When Gordan Korman comes for the author visit, I will think about asking him where he gets his inspiration. Also I would ask him how he overcomes writer's block.
If I get to ask him a question I will ask how he came up with the idea to write those books or if made the characters of off of people he knew
id ask him if they invited him to help write 39clues or if he applied
The gordon korman books I have read is the 39 clues and iam waiting for Medusas plot and a King's Ransom.The Questions I would like to ask gordon korman is what is the new 39 clues books about? What are the characters doing in those books? Is their any new characters that are important in the story? What place do the new 39 clues books take place in. The book in the 39 clues I liked the best so far is the vipers nest where they figure out thta they are madrigals and they are sopposed to be the peace maker of the other groups.
I have read Swindle, One False Note, The Emporer's Code, and Vespers Rising. All of them made me keep reading to the end.
I have not read a Gordon Korman book but if I read his books, I would like to read the "39 Clues" series because they are mystery books and I like mysteries.
I would also like to read "No More Dead Dogs" because the book cover makes the book look interesting. The title makes me want to read it because I think that the book is about dogs dying, which is kind of sad so I want to know what happens, do dogs die or what?
2 questions that I would like to ask Gordon Korman when he visits are that:
How does he get his ideas?
Doesn't he have a hard time thinking of ideas, or is he a very creative person?
I read One False Note by Gordan Korman. The book really surprised me throughout the whole story. It was exciting and suspenseful. Whenever I stopped reading, I couldn't wait to start again!
One question that I would like to ask him when he visits is, "Does he ever have trouble thinking of ideas to write about?" Because he has written so many books, and people tell me that they were hooked from beginning to end.
I can't wait until he visits our school. I would like to read more of his books. Especially Vespers Rising. I only read a little bit, but it seems really good.
I've read four of Gordan Korman's books, and I liked them all. I read Swindle, Zoobreak, Framed, and No More Dead Dogs. All of his books were hard to catch me from the start, but it was worth reading them. The book I liked the most was No More Dead Dogs because Wallace and I don't like stories with sad endings. It was cool to read about how Wallace made the show more interesting. Swindle, Zoobreak, and Framed was pretty much the same since it had the same characters, but they all had different criminals and problems. I would like to ask Gorgan Korman how in the world he got his ideas! I would never have thought anything like them!
The first Gordan Corman book I have read is "Swindle". It's about a boy named Griffin Bing who discovered an old baseball card in an even older house. It was a Babe Ruth baseball card worth a fourtune. Griffin and his freinds go to a store that can determin the worth of the card. The man at the store said that the card is a copy that is worth alot less than they hoped for. The got a small amount of cash for the card, and take it. But they soon find out that the man was lying, and he gave them the slip. They tried muiltiple times, and sucseeded. I really liked this book because it was very suspencful, and action packed.
The second, and last book of Gordan Corman that I have read is "Framed". It is the second sequel of "Swindle". It is about the mystery of a valuble Super Bowl rind taht has been stolen from Griffin's school. Griffin is blamed for stealing the ring and put in a juvenile school. Later he is also put under house aresst. It only makes it harder for Griffin and his crew to find out who stole the ring. This book was also very fun and exiting to read. I sure hope Gordan Corman comes out with another adittion to this great series!