I Represent Sean Rosen by Jeff Baron

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Sean Rosen makes funny videos you can watch online. He also has ideas for movies, TV shows, and games that he knows are good enough to be produced by the biggest studios in Hollywood. The only problem is, he's a kid. And he's busy with school. And he lives far from Los Angeles or New York City. But Sean does have a laptop and a phone, and he's smart. He's about to have the ride of a lifetime as he discovers the ins and outs—and dos and don'ts—of becoming one of the youngest movie moguls the world's ever known.

An inventive, original, and hilarious novel that will leave fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Carl Hiaasen, and Louis Sachar eager for Sean's next adventure.


About Jeff Baron

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Jeff Baron has been a playwright, screenwriter, director, lyricist, marketing director, speechwriter, cook, and camp counselor. His play "Visiting Mr. Green" has been performed worldwide. He lives in New York City. This is his first book. You can visit him online at www.jeffbaron.net. Several of the characters in I Represent Sean Rosen have their own websites, including www.seanrosen.com, www.UNameItIGotIt.com, and www.saturdayshow.net.
Published March 19, 2013 by Greenwillow Books. 368 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Thirteen-year-old Sean has an innovative concept that he believes will transform the entertainment industry.

Mar 05 2013 | Read Full Review of I Represent Sean Rosen

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Sean Rosen has an idea. A big one that he says will affect TV, theater, games, and especially movies. But breaking into the entertainment biz isn't easy for a 13-year-old, even one who subscribes to

Mar 25 2013 | Read Full Review of I Represent Sean Rosen

Gr 6–8—Sean Rosen has an idea for a movie, one that he's certain is worth a lot of money. Unfortunately, he can't get it sold because he needs an agent or a manager. Since nobody wants to represent a 13-year-old boy, he moves to plan B: he invents Dan Welch to represent him. When the vice preside...

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