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SON OF INTERFLUX
New York : Scholastic, 1986.
Korman wrote his first book at age 12. This one is his third book. The
setting is Nassau County High School for Visual Literary and Performing
Arts. It's a high school for kids with special talents in the Arts. Simon
Irving is a new kid in the 11th grade. His dad practically owns the town.
Interflux, a large multinational which makes such odd things as the teeth
to zippers controls the town government. Simon sees a way to use Student
Council funds to block the expansion of Interflux which will result in
the kids loosing the woods they hang out in. This is a funny book about
three guys who take over the use of student money and get the whole school
rallied around their cause. If you like school stories from the boy's point
of view, read Gordon Korman's "Son of Interflux". You'll like it.
Business enterprises -- Fiction
Fathers and sons -- Fiction
High schools -- Fiction
Schools -- Fiction
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