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Deadwood

Author: Kell Andrews
Publisher: New York : Spencer Hill Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Twelve-year-old Army brat Martin Cruz hates his rotten new town. Then he gets a message from a tree telling him it's cursed and so is he. It's not just any tree. It's the Spirit Tree, an ancient beech the high school football team carves to commemorate the home opener and every year they lose. But the curse is no game and it's about to get a whole lot worse.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Andrews, Kell.
Deadwood.
New York : Spencer Hill Press, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kell Andrews
ISBN: 9781939392718 1939392713
OCLC Number: 881568933
Description: 1 online resource (288 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; 1 A Ranger Running; 2 To Be Low; 3 The Message; 4 The Spirit Tree; 5 Scratch; 6 Change Your Attitude; 7 Bad to Worse; 8 Wood Fall; 9 Volunteers; 10 Third Wheel; 11 Friday Night Rice; 12 Season Opener; 13 The Yearbook; 14 The Witch's House; 15 Painted Lady; 16 The Text; 17 The Spirit Tree; 18 Pretending to Be a Choir; 19 Junior Junior Executives of Tomorrow; 20 Wide Reach; 21 The Conversation; 22 The Sentence; 23 Professor Google; 24 Slow Walk; 25 Libby's Surprise; 26 Big Game; 27 Wrong Mon; 28 Back Where They Started; 29 Walkout; 30 Blow Up. 31 The Spirit Tree32 Seven Habits of Highly Successful Executives; 33 Saligia Rules; 34 Confrontation; 35 Miserable Town; Acknowledgements; About the Author.
Responsibility: by Kell Andrews.

Abstract:

Twelve-year-old Army brat Martin Cruz hates his rotten new town. Then he gets a message from a tree telling him it's cursed and so is he. It's not just any tree. It's the Spirit Tree, an ancient beech the high school football team carves to commemorate the home opener and every year they lose. But the curse is no game and it's about to get a whole lot worse.

There's something evil in Deadwood Park. Martin Cruz hates his rotten new town. Then he gets a message from a tree telling him it's cursed--and so is he. It's not just any tree. It's the Spirit Tree, the ancient beech the high school football team carves to commemorate the home opener. And every year they lose. But the curse is no game, and it gets worse. Businesses fail. Trees topple like dominos. Sinkholes open up in the streets, swallowing cars and buildings. Even people begin to fade, drained of life. Martin teams up with know-it-all soccer star, Hannah Vaughan. Together they must heal the tr.

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