Can You Spell Revolution? by Matt Beam

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Between dull assemblies, tyrant teachers, and a handbook full of rules, life at Laverton Middle School can be summed up in one word: B-O-R-I-N-G. In this dramatic novel, five fed-up students borrow from the pages of history books and, seeking inspiration from revolutionary leaders, get a twisty lesson in the excitement and perils of repeating history.

About Matt Beam

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Matt Beam is a writer, freelance journalist, photographer and teacher. He has taught in New Zealand, Fiji, Guatemala, Vancouver and Toronto. His first book, Getting to First Base with Danalda Chase, will be published by dutton in the US in 2007. Matt Beam lives with his partner, Lorraine, in Toronto.
Published August 27, 2008 by Dutton Children's. 284 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Clouds’s increasingly autocratic behavior soon motivates Chris to research his role model, “Lenon” (Chris’s yearlong misconstruing of Lenin), leaving Chris to choose between peaceful change and radical revolution.

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