Mac Slater Hunts the Cool by Tristan Bancks

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Mac Slater isn’t the coolest kid in school, but he loves to take big risks. And it is one of his biggest—an attempt to jump over forty kids with a flying bicycle—that catches the attention of Tastemakers, a new Internet company looking for trend-spotting correspondents in up-and-coming cities like Mac’s beach front town. But the coolest girl in school is also up for the title of Tastemaker, and Mac has just one week to prove he has what it takes to get the job. Readers will love getting the inside scoop along with Mac on the newest technology and trends!
 

About Tristan Bancks

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Tristan Bancks is an author with a background in acting and filmmaking. He loves the beach, space, New York City, making movies, flying, ice cream, theme parks and mind-blowing inventions. Mac Slater Hunts the Cool was his first book for middle-graders. He lives in Australia.
 
Published April 6, 2010 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 224 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Cool hunter Mac Slater is back, and this time the intrepid Aussie teen is tackling the mean streets of New York City (Mac Slater Hunts the Cool, 2010).

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An Aussie teen turns global coolhunter in a slick, fast-paced story that bookends nicely with Scott Westerfeld’s So Yesterday (2004).

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When Mac and his best friend, Paul, attempt an insane bicycle stunt, a representative from a Web site called Coolhunters witnesses it and asks Mac to audition for a tastemaking job as an official Coolhunter.

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