The Seventh Level by Jody FeldmanThe Seventh Level by Jody Feldman

The Seventh Level

byJody Feldman

Paperback | September 27, 2011

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Each step gets him closer to greatness . . . or disaster.

Lauer Middle School has a super-secret society—The Legend. No one knows who is in it. Or how they pull off the spectacular school-wide events. Seventh grader Travis Raines may be about to find out. A mysterious message appears in his locker. You have been chosen, it says. And it gives him a mind-bending puzzle to solve and a challenge. Travis could become legendary. If he completes all the tasks—and stays out of trouble. The assistant principal has her eye on him. So do his parents. And Travis isn’t very good at staying out of trouble.

And then there’s the biggest puzzle of all: What if the messages aren’t from The Legend? Could someone want to take Travis down?

Jody Feldman has always loved riddles and brainteasers and word games, and she lives in a city on a river whose name contains fours's, twop's, and fouri's. Jody has written as many books for young readers as there are players in a doubles tennis match. To find out how many brothers she has, take the number of bases on a baseball diamon...
Title:The Seventh LevelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 7.62 × 5.12 × 0.64 inPublished:September 27, 2011Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0061951072

ISBN - 13:9780061951077


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun and Challenging Travis Raines always seems to be getting in trouble. But as his principal keeps saying: 'Things are not always as they appear'. Travis wants to join the Legend, a secret group at his middle school that plans events and surprises for the students. He has started getting blue envelopes giving him directions, tests and trials that will get him into this group. But he is receiving two different types of envelopes - bright shiny ones and plain ones. One set seems to keep getting him in trouble. He is not supposed to tell anybody about the envelopes. As his life gets more and more complicated trying to follow the instructions in the letters, he must learn who to trust, even if it is someone he least expected. Well-written, this book has a fast pace, and as the excitement builds, you cannot put the book down. Travis is a great lead character. He will either remind you of yourself or someone you know. The details focus on life in and around middle school.
Date published: 2010-07-06

Editorial Reviews

“A Dan Brown–type story for kids.”