300 Minutes of Danger

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George is trapped in a falling airplane with no engine or pilot. Milla is covered in radioactive waste—and her hazmat suit is running out of air. Otto is in the depths of the ocean, where something hungry is circling. Ten linked stories. Ten life-or-death situations. Ten brave kids. Each nail-biting drama takes 30 minutes to play out—and kids get to read it in real time!*
*Based on average reading speed

Praise for 300 Minutes of Danger:

“The phrase “action-packed” would be a flabby understatement.” —The Wall Street Journal

“Readers will cheer on these quick-thinking, young heroes. A great choice for reluctant readers.” —School Library Journal

“Ten action-packed short stories of survival, each taking place over the span of 30 minutes, will have readers on the edges of their seats … breathlessly paced and engaging.” -Kirkus Reviews

“Stories don’t get more action-packed, fast-paced or addictive than these.” -Shaye Wardrop, Kids’ Book Review

“Fantastic middle grade read . . . great recommendation for a reluctant reader who loves action and adventure. So well written, Jack Heath is a master of his craft . . . I absolutely zoomed through these stories.” -Melissa Riley

“What an awesome read! Every story was action packed. Each one grabbed me straight away and wouldn’t let me go until I’d finished it. Highly recommended for young readers.” -Gary Vassalo

“I used (300 Minutes of Danger) in my 6/7 composite literacy class and it was fantastic. The stories were exciting and both the boys and girls enjoyed them. I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to engage young or challenged readers in literacy. Plus, as the teacher, it’s always a bonus when I enjoy the book as much as the students. Jack Heath has created the perfect mix of age-appropriate danger and excitement. I highly recommend this text to teachers and young readers alike.” –Alice

“It’s an absolutely awesome and exhilarating series… a brilliant set of short stories that has my heart beating. It has always been at the top of my wish list.” -Samuel Soo

“That perfect adrenaline surge of a book a kid never forgets, and they also never forget the genius parent or aunt who hooked them up with this good stuff. Be that person helping to lay the most important foundations in the life of every child.” -Ryan Lindsay, teacher and author of Ink Island

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