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Riassunto: A Sixteen-year-old Progidy uses his mentor's invention to go into the past to exorcise his unreturned love for a beautiful girl, and discovers a mystery involving another of the professor's inventions.
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Precocious whiz kid J.J. Russell knows he's a lucky guy. At 16, he's the only graduate student selected to work as research assistant for the brilliant Professor Poplov. What's more, J.J. is well on his way to inventing a computer program chip that will make him a fortune. And he's been going out with gorgeous, blonde Polly for four blissful years. But then slick Max Sharp inventsand sellsa chip that's nearly identical to J.J.'s. And on the very same day, J.J. discovers that Polly has been dating Max on the sly. Broken-hearted, J.J. goes to the lab to drown his sorrows in work. There he stumbles on Professor Poplov's most secret inventiona machine that can send people back in time. Impulsively, J.J. sends himself into the past and comes face to face with Jacko and Mutt, his 12- and eight-year-old selves, respectively. J.J., Jacko and Mutt team up to solve a mystery and make some big changes in their shared future: bad guys are disposed of and good guys get their reward. J.J.'s good-natured, wisecracking narration unravels the complicated plot with ease and keeps this story moving at a rapid clip. Lots of fun. Ages 12-up.
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Titolo: Me, Myself and I
Casa editrice: Margaret K. McElderry
Data di pubblicazione: 1987
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Margaret K. McElderry Books, N . Y., 1987. Hard Cover. Condizione libro: Good. Condizione sovraccoperta: Good. Cover Art (illustratore). 1st. X-library with normal flaws.The hard cover and the jacket has light shelf wear . Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Hard Back. Codice libro della libreria CC 09560
Descrizione libro Margaret K. McElderry. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Good. Light shelf wear and minimal interior marks. Codice libro della libreria G0689504292I3N00
Descrizione libro Margaret K. McElderry, , First Edition, 1987. Ex-library hardback w/dust jacket, dj laminated, black remainder marks, library stamps & labels, 184 pages, good condition. Juvenile fiction. Codice libro della libreria BC1434