Deep Doo-Doo by Michael Delaney

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Bennet and Pete invent a television transmitter and put it to use during a televised governor's race, but their humor is not appreciated by all, and they soon find themselves in trouble as they learn that the police and FBI are trying to find out who is to blame.
 

About Michael Delaney

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Michael Delaneyas "Birdbrain Amos" was an "ALA Booklist" Editoras Choice. He lives with his family in Vermont.
 
Published November 1, 1996 by Dutton Juvenile. 176 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Nature & Wildlife, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The enterprising young muckrakers who barely made their way out of Deep Doo-Doo (1996) once again find themselves ankle deep in local politics.

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A rarity in children's books: a humorous political thriller.

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Delaney's (Henry's Special Delivery) mildly amusing story of boy inventor Bennet Ordway's interference with an upcoming gubernatorial race is liberal politics lite.

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Bennet and Pete are best friends, Bennet and Elizabeth hate each other, and Pete has a huge crush on Elizabeth.

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