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by James Valentine
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Author:
    James Valentine
  • ISBN:
    0552550590
  • ISBN13:
    978-0552550598
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  • Publisher:
    Corgi Childrens (June 2, 2005)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction & Fantasy
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The year is fifteen billion and seventy-three and Theo - teenager, TimeJumper, legend - is the biggest celebrity on the Two Planets. Theo knows there's only one rule when you TimeJump: Don't Touch Anything. Just the slightest change to events could have catastrophic consequences.

Quincy's starting to think that Rule 1 doesn't apply to him. Why not fiddle about with history?. Quincy wants to abolish the first rule of Time-Jumping, so that he can change history. This book is suitable for ages 10+. Product Identifiers. Don't Even Think About It. The book is in excellent condition, apart from the listed condition you may expect light edge/corner wear. See all 2 pre-owned listings.

Similar authors to follow. And to top things off, Theo's JumpMan won't send him back to where he came from. While this sounds like a typical sci-fi/adventure novel, it is so much more than that. It presents enough awesome visions of future technology for science fiction fans, but the author also concentrates on what really matters in the book - the characters of Jules, Gen, and Theo. The level of detail the author has in his world is amazing.

James Valentine (Valentine, James). used books, rare books and new books. JumpMan Rule Don't Even Think About It: ISBN 9780689873539 (978-0-689-87353-9) Hardcover, Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 2005. Find all books by 'James Valentine' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'James Valentine'. ISBN 9781272075064 (978-1-272-07506-4) Softcover, Nabu Press, 2011. Jumpman Rule Two: Don't Even Think About It: ISBN 9780552550598 (978-0-552-55059-8) Softcover, Gardners Books, 2005. by James Valentine, Marguerite Schumann.

In this second book in the "JumpMan" trilogy, Franklin, an inventor from the year Fifteen Billion and Seventy-three, convinces teenagers Gen and Jules to travel with him in time to stop Quincy from changing the events of history

In this second book in the "JumpMan" trilogy, Franklin, an inventor from the year Fifteen Billion and Seventy-three, convinces teenagers Gen and Jules to travel with him in time to stop Quincy from changing the events of history. In this second book in the "JumpMan" trilogy, Franklin, an inventor from the year Fifteen Billion and Seventy-three, convinces teenagers Gen and Jules to travel with him in time to stop Quincy from changing the events of history. Other Books You Might Like.

JumpMan Rule Don't Even Think about It! (juvenile novel), Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers .

JumpMan Rule Don't Even Think about It! (juvenile novel), Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), 2005. JumpMan Rule See Rule One (juvenile novel), Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), 2006. Contributor to periodicals, including Rolling Stone, Vogue, and Cleo. SIDELIGHTS: James Valentine has contributed to a number of television and radio programs produced for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, serving as a writer, producer, and host. A saxophonist, he is a former member of the musical group the Models, and has contributed to publications that include Rolling Stone.

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Don't even think about it!" is an emphatic prohibition popularized by a 1993 Pepsi commercial featuring Shaquille O'Neal, a famous basketball player. The catchphrase as used by the Pepsi ad was based upon a similar phrase, "Don't even THINK of parking here", which came into use on no parking signs in major cities such as New York City and Chicago. The signs first appeared in New York in 1982 during Ed Koch's mayoral administration.

The year is fifteen billion and seventy-three and Theo - teenager, TimeJumper, legend - is the biggest celebrity on the Two Planets. Theo knows there's only one rule when you TimeJump: Don't Touch Anything. Just the slightest change to events could have catastrophic consequences. But Theo's been spending a lot of time with Quincy Carter One, the man in charge of TimeMaster Corporation. Quincy's starting to think that Rule 1 doesn't apply to him. Why not fiddle about with history? Meanwhile, back in the present Jules and Gen are too busy worrying about their first date to wonder what Theo's up to. They have no idea they're about to TimeJump three thousand years into the future, become invisible, spy on Theo, and try to save the world. (Hopefully without Gen's Mum noticing they're up to anything). Can Rule 1 be broken? And if it can't, then why do we need Rule 2?