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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Caroline B. Cooney
  • ISBN:
    0385902778
  • ISBN13:
    978-0385902779
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  • Publisher:
    Delacorte Books for Young Readers (September 27, 2005)
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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Caroline B. Cooney (born May 10, 1947) is an American author of suspense, romance, horror, and mystery books for young adults. Cooney was born in Geneva, New York. She currently resides in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Cooney's books have received. Cooney's books have received several honors, including an IRA–CBC Children's Choice and being named an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. Most recently Cooney's Diamonds in the Shadow was named a 2008 ALA/YALSA Quick Pick and was a nominee for the Edgar Allan Poe Award.

Code Orange by Caroline B. Cooney is a great book. Mitchell Blake is a below average boy in high school. One day he came across a book about all sicknesses with an envelope in it. He opened it, sniffed it in, and put it back. However, he did not know that what he had sniffed in was the last remains of smallpox scabs.

Caroline Cooney was born in 1947 in Geneva, New York. She studied music, art, and English at various colleges, but never graduated. She began writing while in college.

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Walking around New York City was what Mitty Blake did best  .

Электронная книга "Code Orange", Caroline B. Cooney So he considers it good luck when he finds some old medical books in his family’s weekend house that focus on something he could write about

Электронная книга "Code Orange", Caroline B. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Code Orange" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. So he considers it good luck when he finds some old medical books in his family’s weekend house that focus on something he could write about. But when he discovers an old envelope with two scabs in one of the books, the report is no longer about the grade–it’s about life and death. His own. This edge-of-your-seat thriller will leave you breathless.

The farther north they went, the worse the roads were. Mitty was fine with the weather forecast, which was for more of the same. He deserved it. But Friday night and Saturday morning Mitty caught up on his sleep instead of sitting in front of the tube. He had barely finished waking up when his mom and dad put on the television to watch UConn play an afternoon game. The Blakes had high snack standards for TV sports, so the long, low coffee table was covered with food options.

by. Cooney, Caroline B. Publication date. Smallpox, Diseases, Schools, High schools, Smallpox, Diseases, Schools, High schools. New York : Laurel-Leaf Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; americana. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

Walking around New York City was what Mitty Blake did best. He loved the city, and even after 9/11, he always felt safe. Mitty was a carefree guy–he didn’t worry about terrorists or blackouts or grades or anything, which is why he was late getting started on his Advanced Bio report.Mitty does feel a little pressure to hand something in–if he doesn’t, he’ll be switched out of Advanced Bio, which would be unfortunate since Olivia’s in Advanced Bio. So he considers it good luck when he finds some old medical books in his family’s weekend house that focus on something he could write about. But when he discovers an old envelope with two scabs in one of the books, the report is no longer about the grade–it’s about life and death. His own.This edge-of-your-seat thriller will leave you breathless.From the Hardcover edition.

Zahisan
This was a decent book. Definitely written for a middle school level, and although the story is very intriguing and the idea is unique, the ending was very abrupt and felt rushed. I think that the main character, Mitty, was developed well as a whole. I felt like I got to know him well, but with only 200 pages, the other characters felt pushed aside and very shallow. Other than this, the story kept me reading and I was interested the whole time. I finished it quickly and I enjoyed the reading, right up until the end. I felt like she had a page limit of 200 pages and she realized she had to wrap up the story in 40 pages. The first few chapters were 10-14 pages each, with the last four chapters being 3-4 pages each. The plot twist towards the end was decent, but was fairly obvious coming. The author tried too hard to sell the obvious ending that the twist turned out to be obvious.
Madis
Code Orange by Caroline B. Cooney is a great book. Mitchell Blake is a below average boy in high school. He has to do a research project on a disease, so he decided to do smallpox, the worst sickness known to mankind. One day he came across a book about all sicknesses with an envelope in it. He opened it, sniffed it in, and put it back. However, he did not know that what he had sniffed in was the last remains of smallpox scabs.
He began researching his project and found the most common symptoms of the virus. They matched how he was currently feeling; nauseous, headaches and, most of all, pain. He began to feel uncomfortable, so he emailed a couple of special doctors to see if he was in trouble. His emails were forwarded to many other people and even the FBI! They were also forwarded to a couple of evil terrorists.
One day, when he was walking in the park, a van pulled up to him. A woman in it said she was from the CDC and was ready to run some blood tests to see if he had the sickness. He started running away but gave up of tiredness from the smallpox. The woman was actually a terrorist! She and her crew forced him into the van and later into a cellar. There they kept him hostage until they were ready to unleash him.
After many days he devised a plan to capture the terrorists. When they were giving him food, he faked having smallpox symptoms. They were kneeling beside him when he took off for the door and shut it. He then turned on a furnace and threw his shirt over it to create carbon monoxide, a deadly yet unscented gas. After a couple hours, Mitchell finally had a chance to call 911. It turned out that Mitchell had not had smallpox. Even though the ending was not very exiting, I still thought this was a great book
Kirimath
This novel attempts to engage the reader with a fascinating what-if scenario of widespread epidemic in New York City. Instead, the reader is subjected to erratically developed narrative and cliche character development. The characterization in the first several chapters is either typical or unnecessary. When the real conflict finally develops two-thirds through the book, it's not even the conflict that the main character suggests will occur. I kept hoping something big would develop, but it just fell so short of my already low expectations. The end was very anticlimactic and even felt rushed. I read a lot of books at this level of reading, but this one is not on par even for that low level. I'm a high school English teacher and I am really sorry that this was the pick for summer reading of incoming sophomores. That's the last time we will let a science teacher choose the novel.
Kagalkree
Mitty Blake is a high school student that does not care much for school. He does not even want to be anywhere near a school. He has a huge Science project about an infectious disease. He is away when he finds some scabs. These scabs help him pick his project, Small Pox. He no idea what Small Pox did to people, or even what it is. He inhaled these smallpox scabs; he has no idea if these are infectious or if they are not. He started doing as much research as he could on this topic. The only thing that he found is information about how dangerous the disease is. He does more research and finds nothing else. Mitty is only trying to save his own life. Terrorist kidnapped him when he was walking through New York. What do these terrorist want with him? Will Mitty die of Small Pox?

Code Orange is a good book. I give it a 4 out of 5 stars. I thought it was a good book, but not the best book I have ever read. I like how the author did not end the chapters in a boring way; she kind of left it as a cliffhanger for the next chapter. The author made me want to keep reading to find out what would happen. I thought that the author did a very good job describing what was going. The way she included realistic elements in this story was awesome. Bioterrorism is a tough topic to write about and to read about, but this book presented it in an intriguing way. This is one of the better books that I have read this year. The characters in the book are well developed and make the story real. The best character was Mitty. He is a teenage boy that is intelligent, courageous and innovative.
Vozuru
The book is a middle school level book (6th - 7th grade). As a college student, I enjoyed the plot. It is fun, exciting, and full of suspension. The beginning of the book sets the entire story. I was disappointed with the ending, but the rest of the book is very detailed.
Dynen
This book was a real page turner, and I honestly couldn't put it down. Unlike many books I've read, it was both haunting and reassuring at the same time, and I could really feel the struggles of the characters. This was a great book, and the best thing about it was that it wasn't quite sci-fi, but it wasn't action-adventure, fantasy, or realistic fiction either. This might be the best book I've read all year. I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys science fiction with a touch of reality, however if you're a squeamish person who doesn't like disease and death, then you should probably try reading something else. For me! this was an all-around amazing story
Tar
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