The Kid Who Got Zapped Through Time by Deborah Scott

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Tricked into buying a strange computer game, Flattop Kincaid is hurtled through time back to twelfth-century England, where he is taken in by a peasant family that mistakes his satin baseball jacket for royal raiment."

About Deborah Scott

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Scott graduated from college with a double major in English and Theater Arts that led to a double career path. She has worked as a comedienne, a writer for television, radio and film, and a substitute teacher. She lives with her husband, David Hall.
Published September 1, 1997 by Avon Books (T). 154 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Flattop sees both the extreme poverty of a kindly serf family, who eats from unwashed bowls and sleeps five to a bed, and the relative wealth of Lord Hemstead's castle, where the boy learns about the sacrifices involved in becoming a knight: ""Chivalry meant you couldn't burp and sing `Happy Birt...

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