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Code of honor

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Code of honor

Gratz, Alan, 1972-, author.

New York : Scholastic Press, 2015.

278 pages ; 22 cm.

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When Iranian-American Kamran Smith learns that his big brother, Darius, has been labelled a terrorist, he sets out to piece together the codes and clues that will save his brother's life and his country from a deadly terrorist attack.

Lexile: 660L

Due 08/20/19

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All copies at Berry College Elementary & Middle School are out and the next copy is due back 08/20/19

ISBN:

978-0-545-69519-0 (jacketed hardcover)

LC Call No:

PZ7.G77224 Co 2015

Dewey Class No:

[Fic] 23

Author:

Gratz, Alan, 1972-, author.

Title:

Code of honor.

Edition:

First edition.

Physical:

278 pages ; 22 cm.

ContentType:

text rdacontent

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unmediated rdamedia

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volume rdacarrier

Summary:

When Iranian-American Kamran Smith learns that his big brother, Darius, has been labelled a terrorist, he sets out to piece together the codes and clues that will save his brother's life and his country from a deadly terrorist attack.

Target Audience:

660 Lexile.

Subject:

Brothers--Juvenile fiction.

Subject:

Terrorists--Juvenile fiction.

Subject:

Code and cipher stories.

Subject:

Terrorism--Juvenile fiction.

Subject:

Iranian Americans--Juvenile fiction.

Subject:

Muslims--Juvenile fiction.

Subject:

Terrorists--Fiction.

Subject:

Brothers--Fiction

Subject:

Ciphers--Fiction.

Subject:

Terrorism--Fiction.

Subject:

Iranian Americans--Fiction.

Subject:

Muslims--United States--Fiction.

Patron Reviews

Review by Chetta Dodge.
This book is about a boy named Kamran. He has everything a high school senior would want. He's the star of the football team and is dating the prettiest girl at school. His life is turned upside down when his brother Darius is accused of being a terrorist while fighting in the U.S. army in the Middle East. Kamran "knows" that his brother is not a terrorist and wants to prove it. With the help of federal agents that believe him he tries to prove it. Will he be successful?

This book is full of twists that you do not see coming, which keeps it fun. I think that this book would be great for middle schoolers who are interested in historical fiction. The book is not historical fiction but is written very similar to Alan Gratz's other historical fiction books.


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