This is a livestream reading and will be accessible from the Inprint website. Details on how to access the reading will be provided to those that register in their Eventbrite email receipts.
Inprint invites you to a free livestream event featuring New York Times bestselling author Gordon Korman. Gordon will give a presentation about his new novel, Operation Do-Over, and then respond to video messages/questions submitted by kids.
Hey kids, send in short video messages/questions for Gordon to be included in the livestream event! Kids who send in a video will be mailed a free copy of Operation Do-Over. Send videos via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by
- Videos should be no longer than 30 seconds.
- Videos can include a question for Gordon about his new novel Operation Do-Over, about his life as a writer, or a general message about what his books mean to you.
- Begin the video with your name, your school, and what grade you are in.
- Select videos will be part of the livestream event for Gordon to see and respond to.
BOOK DISCOUNTS: Our partners at Brazos Bookstore are offering a 10% discount on Operation Do-Over by Gordon Korman. To receive the discount, order your copy of Gordon’s new book at www.brazosbookstore.com between now and January 25th using the coupon code INPRINT.
GORDON KORMAN published his first book at age 14 and has written almost 100 middle-grade and teen novels. He is the New York Times bestselling author of the Ungifted, Masterminds, and Swindle series, and his books have been translated into 32 languages.
His latest novel, Operation Do-Over, is a hilarious new friendship story in the vein of Back to the Future. Mason and Ty were best friends in middle school, but they grew apart after a pesky girl came along. Yet after a freak accident, 17-year-old Mason finds himself magically transported back to seventh grade. His parents aren’t yet divorced, his beloved sheepdog is still alive, and he and Ty haven’t had their falling-out yet. Will Mason be able to stop the chain of events that made his previous life implode?
According to Kirkus, “Watching Mason learn from mistakes and explore new aspects of himself is vicariously satisfying, and the sheer fascination of his predicament will keep readers turning pages, anxious to find out if he succeeds.” The Bulletin Center for Children’s Books adds, “Korman’s signature blend of comedy, drama, and middle-grade angst will leave readers with a warm fuzzy feeling.”
Also the author of Unplugged, Notorious, The Unteachables, and Pop, Gordon is the recipient of the Charlie May Simon Children’s Book Award, the Anne V. Zarrow Award for Young Readers’ Literature, the Young Hoosier Book Award, and the Vine Awards YA/Children’s Lit Prize. He lives with his family on Long Island, New York.