Campion's Choice
Campion's Choice: How to take a picture of the future. (Book One.)
Campion's Choice
Coins that have magical properties. Aliens. Scorpions. Attempted murder. Elvis alive and well and driving a moped. What more could you want? Mystery, adventure, fantasy? Look no further. Step right up and enjoy the show. This is Campion's Choice.Jack Campion was just an ordinary thirteen year old kid - well, maybe not that ordinary, not after the Dadster's accident - so ok, ordinary or not, the last thing he was expecting was all that whooshy stuff in the air raid shelter. And Tia Cole had a normal thirteen year old life - with her blind, piano playing mum and her irritating younger brother - and she was not expecting to end up, in a wood, fighting for her life against every animal that has ever wanted to eat a person.If only Clamp hadn't mentioned the Deathstalker. If only the Nomas had found the meteorite. If only Gidean St-George wasn't such a pain in the neck. Things might have been different.But they weren't different. So expect the extraordinary - expect Aliens, magic coins, sabre toothed tigers and the occasional bit of walking through walls. That way you won't be disappointed.This is Jack's story - just don't tell Tia.G.L. Wilson is a children's author and playwright. And he taught English. (But is not fussy about starting sentences with And).

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 8 - 12
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Campion's Choice is a book about Jack Campion, his friends, and their adventure. Jack is having a normal school day when he and some other students start cleaning out the school's bomb shelter. As they are cleaning, they find an old satchel. Inside it are ancient coins. As soon as they touch them, strange things begin to happen. An elephant, a purple star, Elvis?

 

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