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Part of an action and adventure set, this book should appeal to boys. Its aim is to encourage and motivate readers and so help with literacy needs.
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Pete Johnson worked as an English teacher and a film critic for Radio 1 before becoming a full-time writer. He is well-known as a writer across the age range. The Ghost Dog, a book for younger readers, won the 1997 Daily Telegraph Award. Pete is a popular visitor in schools and libraries. He lives in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
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Book Description Cambridge University Press/Heinemann, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Josh and Andy only sign up to become anti-bullying counselors because it?s a chance to skive. But soon they make a chilling discovery: the younger pupils are being terrorized by Neil?s gang. The victims are driven to despair. But no-one dares to help them until Josh and Andy form ?The Protectors?, a band of non-violent vigilantes determined to bring justice to the school. Victory seems to be within the Protectors? grasp until Josh, and events, spiral out of control ? with desperate consequences. Printed Pages: 160. Seller Inventory # 11486