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Giveaway! Signed copy of The Juvie Three

 The Juvie Three

Gecko Fosse drove the getaway car.
Terence Florian ran with the worst gang in Chicago.
Arjay Moran killed someone.
All three boys are serving time in juvenile detention centers until they get a second chance at life in the form of Douglas Healy. A former juvenile delinquent himself, Healy is running an experimental halfway house in New York City where he wants to make a difference in the lives of kids like Gecko, Terence, and Arjay.
Things are going well, until one night Healy is accidentally knocked unconscious while trying to break up a scuffle among the boys. Terrified of the consequences, they drop him off at a hospital and run away. But when Healy awakes, he has no memory of them or the halfway house. Afraid of being sent back to Juvie, the guys hatch a crazy scheme to continue on as if the group leader never left. They will go to school, do their community service, attend therapy, and act like model citizens until Healy's memory returns and he can resume his place with them.
But life keeps getting in the when Gecko finds romance. Or Arjay gets famous. Or Terence starts reverting to his old ways. If the boys are discovered, their second chance will be their last.

Do you have a child at home that doesn't like to read? I bet you know someone that fits that mold...

You are in luck, then, my friend. I have the perfect cure for the reluctant reader: Gordon Korman's The Juvie Three. Better yet, a SIGNED copy of Gordon Korman's The Juvie Three.

It's pretty easy to enter this giveaway. See the Rafflecopter form below.

What's up for grabs? A signed, hardback copy of The Juvie Three by Gordon Korman (the edition shown above) and the joy of knowing you got a good book into the hands of a child. *Cue sappy violin music and puppy dog eyes now. * You can see my full review of the book HERE.

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Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Square Fish (August 21, 2007)
ISBN-10: 9780312369828
Source: My personal book

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