Steel Trapp

Steel Trapp

The Challenge

Book - 2008
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On a two-day train trip to enter his invention in the National Science Competition in Washington, D.C., fourteen-year-old Steven "Steel" Trapp, possessor of a remarkable photographic memory, becomes embroiled in an international plot of kidnapping and bribery that may have links to terrorists.
Publisher: New York : Disney Editions, c2008
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781423106401
1423106407
Characteristics: 324 p. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Challenge

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tavkaa
Apr 09, 2014

I've always dreamed of having a photogenic mind, so this book reallyinterested me. It was paced so you could read it fast, I finished it in a day. It is really for tweens, but as a Grand, I really enjoyed it because it showed values.

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White_Butterfly_20
Jun 14, 2013

Ridley Pearson is one of my all time favorite authors. He did not disappoint in this new series and would definitely recommend them. It was not to difficult of a read but very action packed. Will be reading the next books this summer

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Shawn_X
Sep 26, 2012

My school teacher is reading it to the class for this term , just from the look of it , I loved it .

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Green_Panda_46
Aug 15, 2012

A great adventure read, although I became uninterested at some periods. The story was confusing and the writing was less-than-superb. Hopefully the sequel will be better.

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wsy821 Jan 12, 2017

wsy821 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 13

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White_Butterfly_20
Jun 14, 2013

White_Butterfly_20 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 15

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White_Butterfly_20
Jun 14, 2013

Steel has always had an amazing memory. This talent gets him in trouble when he tries to return a briefcase to a woman while on his way to the National Science Challenge. Soon he is deeply involved in a mystery that gets him involved with terrorists and the Feds that puts his life on the line. If only he had never tried to return that briefcase...

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