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Revenge of the Mad Hacker
What would happen if a slithering cyberwoozle oozed its way into the back door of your computer and in one big SLURP, you were sucked into the Internet?
Well, that’s exactly what happened to surf-suckers Henry and Fanny Farkenworth. Now with no way to get home, they’re in danger of being moofed and lost in cyberspace forever.
And when the Farkenworth kids meet the Javaland kids, Esta and Finneus Pingle, it’s all nasty at first sight. To make matters even worse, the notorious Mad Hacker is concocting Cydoom, her most wicked web virus yet.
Complete with purple murples, spamdunkers and pop-up hucksters, the net-lingo is fresh, cyber-cheeky and ripe for a now generation of kids, living in a universal world of computers.
Added BONUS sections:
- Special author interview with the Mad Hacker
- Inside look behind the scenes of the story
- List of safe surfing tips for the Internet
- Classroom activities for teachers and students
A MUST READ!
“Pat Skene’s delightful new story will not only help your child think more critically about their choices, but keep them engaged and entertained along the way. I highly encourage every parent to rush out and add Revenge of the Mad Hacker to their child’s reading list.”
- Samantha Wilson, President, KIDPROOF CANADA (Child Safety) Inc.,
Internationally recognized expert in child and family safety.
“Skene skillfully creates an imaginative world, exploring the inside of the Internet. Her playful language offers a fun adventure that reminds children of the creative potential and the dangers online. This is a must-read. Vibrant and educational.”
- Jessica Outram, vice-principal, author and playwright
“This is a great book for kids who like to use the Internet. Fanny and Henry took me on some exciting adventures in cyberspace.”
- Kiya Lamontagne, Grade 5 student
“A witty, hilarious adventure into a cyberland of Oz! I highly recommend this book as a read-aloud for parents and teachers. Revenge of the Mad Hacker is a great way to explore the perils of the Internet.”
- Sandy Goncalves, grade 5-6 teacher
“The action here is non-stop. Skene’s highly imaginative story is sure to appeal to today’s tech-savvy kids.”
- Peggy Dymond Leavey, author of Laura Secord, Heroine of the War of 1812.