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Texting 1, 2, 3 (Dear Know-It-All)

by Rachel Wise

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 144247520X, Hardcover)

Sam and Michael realize just how much their words matter when they tackle an important story for the Cherry Valley Voice.

When Mr. Trigg tells Samantha and Michael that they should write an article about texting, they are both annoyed. Texting? Texting is just something kids do for fun. Where’s the story in that? But when Michael’s older brother gets into a car accident while texting, they suddenly realize how important their assignment actually is.

Michael asks Mr. Trigg if he can write an additional sidebar to their article, and when the next issue of the Cherry Valley Voice comes out, the whole school is buzzing. Michael’s words have really affected everyone—the principal even puts a framed copy of the article in the main hallway outside of his office.

Sam has always loved journalism, but now she experiences firsthand how much her words (and Michael’s) can truly impact the way people behave. What started out as a “fluff piece” turns out to be the story of the year!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:04 -0400)

"When Mr. Trigg tells Samantha and Michael that they should write an article about texting, they are both annoyed. Texting? Texting is just something kids do for fun. Where's the story in that? But when Michael's older brother gets into a car accident while texting, they suddenly realize how important their assignment actually is" -- from publisher's web site.… (more)

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