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Guy Langman, Crime Scene Procrastinator by Josh Berk
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Oct 04, 2011

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bookshelves: teens, summer-reading
Read in May, 2012

Guy Langman is a slacker who prides himself on doing as little as possible. Yet he lets his best friend, Anoop, talk him into joining his high school Forensics Club, in part because he has not come to terms with the death of his larger-than-life father eight months ago (the fact that his crush is also a member helps convince him). Pretty soon they are all drawn into a real life mystery. Guy is a funny character and the interactions with his friends feel very real. I’ll be bringing this book to my 5th grade school visits; though it is a teen book, there is nothing that would be offensive, as long as your schools are okay with a little bit of language and minor sexual jokes/snickering (no actual sex, violence, or really bad language in the book). I also recommend Berk’s first book, “The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin” for another very likeable young male protagonist.

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