Into the Trap

By Craig Moodie
(Roaring Brook Press, Hardcover, 9781596435858, 208pp.)

Publication Date: July 19, 2011

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An action-packed adventure about thieves, fishing, and two boys who lay a trap that will save the day. Eddie's family has been trapping lobsters for generations. but lately someone has been stealing their catch. When Eddie happens across the thieves' trap, he knows it's up to him to bring in the culprits. With the unlikely help of a boy who has run away from sailing camp, Eddie embarks on an adventure that puts his very life at risk.




About the Author

CRAIG MOODIE is the author of The Sea Singer and Seaborn, as well as several works of adult fiction. He lives in Franklin, Massachusetts.




Praise For Into the Trap

"What sets the novel apart from similar offerings is the tidy compression of events into a precise twenty-six hour and twelve minute time frame, and the contrast between plainspoken, assertive Eddie and formally eloquent, game but bumbling Briggs.” --BCCB “Into the Trap is the perfect book to stick into a duffel bag for a young camper—along with a flashlight for reading under the folds of a sleeping bag.” --BookPage

"...an action-packed tale with boat chases that may appeal to some boys." --SLJ

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