The Tapper Twins Go Viral by Geoff RodkeyThe Tapper Twins Go Viral by Geoff Rodkey

The Tapper Twins Go Viral

byGeoff Rodkey

Paper over Board | April 4, 2017

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Told as a series of interviews, photos, texts, social media hits, and videogame screenshots,The Tapper Twins Go Viralis a laugh-a-page story about online fame and shame, with internet pro-tips and a serious lesson about digital citizenship.
Claudia Tapper just doesn't get it: How is it possible that the video of the best breakup song she's ever written is watched by virtuallynobody, when her brother Reese's completely moronic 2-second clip of an video game wipeout ends up beingthehottest thing online at Culvert Prep? Unfortunately, Claudia's bold declaration of injustice sets the stage for the bet of her life: Which of the Tapper twins can get more online followers in a week? She had better top Reese's rapidly escalating popularity or she can kiss her social life goodbye if she loses the bet and is forced to post the most embarrassing video imaginable!
Geoff Rodkey is an Emmy-nominated screenwriter who has written the hit filmsDaddy Day Care,RV,The Shaggy Dog, and the Disney Channel original TV movieGood Luck Charlie, It's Christmas.He is also the author ofThe Tapper Twins Go to War (With Each Other),The Tapper Twins Tear Up New York,andThe Tapper Twins Run for President, as well as ...
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Title:The Tapper Twins Go ViralFormat:Paper over BoardDimensions:256 pages, 8.25 × 5.75 × 0.88 inPublished:April 4, 2017Publisher:Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0316297844

ISBN - 13:9780316297844

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Praise for The Tapper Twins Run for President:
"Rodkey's comical picture of the political arena's cut and thrust is certainly timely...the parallels with campaigns on broader stages will be obvious to all."-Kirkus Reviews