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I, Q. ( Book Two: The White House ). Roland Smith.

I, Q. Sleeping Bear PressTM. Library of Congress Control n. 2011378292. Type of material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, et. Smith, Roland, 1951-. Main title: The White House, Roland Smith.

The White House, a book written by Roland Smith. The book mostly took place at the white house, which makes sense because the title

The White House, a book written by Roland Smith. I liked this book a lot because it has so many twist and turns and is super interesting. The book mostly took place at the white house, which makes sense because the title. The main characters in this book are Q and Angela, not so much their parents. The main conflict of the story is that they are trying uncover the truth behind the supposed death of Angela's real mother. I would recommend this book to younger people such as teens because it's The White House, a book written by Roland Smith

Roland Smith was born in Portland, Oregon on November 30, 1951. He received a Bachelor's degree in English from Portland State University. His job working for a children's zoo began a 20-year career as a zookeeper

Roland Smith was born in Portland, Oregon on November 30, 1951. His job working for a children's zoo began a 20-year career as a zookeeper. After working to save wildlife following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, his first non-fiction book, Sea Otter Rescue, was published in 1990. He continued to draw upon his zoo experiences for other non-fiction titles, including Journey of the Red Wolf, which won an Oregon Book Award in 1996. His first novel, Thundercave, was published in 1997.

Roland Smith (born November 30, 1951) is an American author of young adult fiction as well as nonfiction books for children

Roland Smith (born November 30, 1951) is an American author of young adult fiction as well as nonfiction books for children. Roland Smith was born in Portland, Oregon, graduated from Portland State University and, following a part-time job at the Oregon Zoo in Portland, began a 20-year career as a zookeeper, both at the Oregon Zoo and the Point Defiance Zoo in Tacoma, Washington.

The final thrilling title in Roland Smith’s popular series. Two new books out this week: Mutation completes the Cryptid Hunters series. and Alcatraz completes the I,Q series. Bio. I was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. I spent hours in my room clacking. Roland’s Journal is also known as a blog.

A thrilling action-adventure series from Roland Smith. I purchased this book this morning and finished it this afternoon. I simply could NOT put it down. The plot twists, turns and surprises, last until midway through the last chapter.

has the second book to his series come out yet i read the first one and it KICKED !!!!! if not does anyone know when it's coming out like the first one was . I,q, the White House (I, Q) by Roland Smith (Paperback - April 2009). Source(s): Anonymous · 1 decade ago.

has the second book to his series come out yet i read the first one and it KICKED !!!!! if not does anyone know when it's coming out like the first one was independence hall what is the name of the second one i think it would be called the ghost cell thanks.

White House by Roland Smith. The second book in the IQ series. I,Q : Independence Hall (Book Readers are thrust into current issues affecting the world in this edge-of-your-seat, modern-day mystery adventure

White House by Roland Smith. I love this series! The White House (I,Q Series by Roland Smith. I,Q : Independence Hall (Book Readers are thrust into current issues affecting the world in this edge-of-your-seat, modern-day mystery adventure. My 12 yr old daughter has devoured the first 2 books in this series! The is due out early next year. I,Q: Kitty Hawk (Book 3) by Roland Smith. Publication: September 1, 2012. Author: Roland Smith.

Roland Mesnier has: Played Himself - White House Executive Pastry Chef in "White House Christmas 2000" in. .There are I,Q: Independence Hall and I,Q: The White House.

Roland Mesnier has: Played Himself - White House Executive Pastry Chef in "White House Christmas 2000" in 2000. Played Himself - White House Executive Pastry Chef in "White House Christmas 2001" in 2001. Played Himself - White House Executive Pastry Chef in "White House Christmas 2002" in 2002. Who is the protagonist and antagonist for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs? The antagonist in snow white is the wicked witch. When was Roland White born?

In Book One: Independence Hall, we met Q and his stepsister, Angela. We met their rocker parents, Blaze and Roger; we met the Secret Service team protecting the family; and we met the main players of the Mossad team that is following them. Book Two takes us on another thrilling caper, this time to the White House where Q and Angela continue their quest to uncover the truth behind the supposed death of Angela's real mother--a former Secret Service agent--while trying to differentiate the "good guys" from the "bad guys."

The White House (I, Q) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1585364787

ISBN: 1585364789

Author: Roland Smith

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Engineering

Language: English

Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press; 1st edition (June 23, 2010)

Pages: 288 pages

ePUB size: 1770 kb

FB2 size: 1147 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 839

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Tori Texer
Overall, my kids liked this story, but I have to be honest and say that I felt this was markedly different from the first book in the series. Instead of creating "harmless" intrigue and fun full of adventures that kids can relate to, "The White House" introduces more mature storylines. I wasn't a fan of the murder scene, for example. One father/daughter relationship included events that were hard for a kid to understand easily. And (without giving anything away) some of the far-fetched scenes in "The White House" were too much about kids making poor choices that in fact put them in peril - not a message I want to send to my kids in this day and age. Further, we had to stop more than once to discuss politics and terroroism, which I don't necessarily want to do in the context of our reading time.

I gave it 3 stars despite my kids' vote for 5 because the plot for "The White House" was less about kids and adventure and more about politics and tension.
Tori Texer
Overall, my kids liked this story, but I have to be honest and say that I felt this was markedly different from the first book in the series. Instead of creating "harmless" intrigue and fun full of adventures that kids can relate to, "The White House" introduces more mature storylines. I wasn't a fan of the murder scene, for example. One father/daughter relationship included events that were hard for a kid to understand easily. And (without giving anything away) some of the far-fetched scenes in "The White House" were too much about kids making poor choices that in fact put them in peril - not a message I want to send to my kids in this day and age. Further, we had to stop more than once to discuss politics and terroroism, which I don't necessarily want to do in the context of our reading time.

I gave it 3 stars despite my kids' vote for 5 because the plot for "The White House" was less about kids and adventure and more about politics and tension.
Haracetys
Mr. Smith... I love you! I have an 11 yr old that 'hates to read'. I was so frustrated that I spent a good 10 hours searching site after site for books that were appropriate for middle school boys. Ones that didn't have questionable behaviour or graphic .. anything... Then I came along the I.Q. series. I received great reviews from family websites so I thought I'd give it a try... My son started reading it, begrudgingly as always, and found himself an hour later being pulled from the sofa for dinner. He was amazed that an hour had passed by! "Mom, this is the coolest book!!!"... yes, I cried, but after I went to my room to 'tidy up'. I am hoping that the next one will come faster like another reviewer said.
If you have a reluctant reader that likes James Bond like action, or suspense, and other 'boy stuff', I would definitely give this one a try. I even liked reading the first one and am going to read the 2nd one this winter break. The chapters are not long, the writing is fast paced. The topics are current and the language is safe.
Haracetys
Mr. Smith... I love you! I have an 11 yr old that 'hates to read'. I was so frustrated that I spent a good 10 hours searching site after site for books that were appropriate for middle school boys. Ones that didn't have questionable behaviour or graphic .. anything... Then I came along the I.Q. series. I received great reviews from family websites so I thought I'd give it a try... My son started reading it, begrudgingly as always, and found himself an hour later being pulled from the sofa for dinner. He was amazed that an hour had passed by! "Mom, this is the coolest book!!!"... yes, I cried, but after I went to my room to 'tidy up'. I am hoping that the next one will come faster like another reviewer said.
If you have a reluctant reader that likes James Bond like action, or suspense, and other 'boy stuff', I would definitely give this one a try. I even liked reading the first one and am going to read the 2nd one this winter break. The chapters are not long, the writing is fast paced. The topics are current and the language is safe.
Mot
I had a chance to get an advanced copy of the first book in this series back in 2009. (Scholastic released some to teachers, at least in TX.) So, I was very excited to read the second in the series.

I enjoyed this book, its pacing, and characters. The concepts of ghost cells, international and domestic terrorism, and pop culture's mania are all touched on in very valid ways.

There is a touch of the unbelievable, however. In some ways it reminded me of an older James Bond movie. The combination of kids being involved in "unlikely scenarios" may be difficult for some adults to enjoy. However, My students (middle school) enjoy the fantasy of becoming secret agents and what yjay could entail. At times you have to put the adult brain on suspend and just imagine "what if."

If you can do this, it's a greatly enjoyable book. I'm looking forward to the next!
Mot
I had a chance to get an advanced copy of the first book in this series back in 2009. (Scholastic released some to teachers, at least in TX.) So, I was very excited to read the second in the series.

I enjoyed this book, its pacing, and characters. The concepts of ghost cells, international and domestic terrorism, and pop culture's mania are all touched on in very valid ways.

There is a touch of the unbelievable, however. In some ways it reminded me of an older James Bond movie. The combination of kids being involved in "unlikely scenarios" may be difficult for some adults to enjoy. However, My students (middle school) enjoy the fantasy of becoming secret agents and what yjay could entail. At times you have to put the adult brain on suspend and just imagine "what if."

If you can do this, it's a greatly enjoyable book. I'm looking forward to the next!
Dalallador
My son,11, who is not an avid reader, has been devouring this series. He actually texted me from the school bus yesterday wanting me to order the 3rd book in the series since he doesn't want to wait as he nears the end of this one. I've been reading them along with him and find them very entertaining as well. The story lines are full of adventure with interesting characters - reads easy but isn't simplistic. I am very grateful to Mr. Smith for writing something that is showing my son the joy of reading.
Dalallador
My son,11, who is not an avid reader, has been devouring this series. He actually texted me from the school bus yesterday wanting me to order the 3rd book in the series since he doesn't want to wait as he nears the end of this one. I've been reading them along with him and find them very entertaining as well. The story lines are full of adventure with interesting characters - reads easy but isn't simplistic. I am very grateful to Mr. Smith for writing something that is showing my son the joy of reading.
Briciraz
Fabulous read! Great quality book. Best series to come out in a while. Says for young adults, but at 45, I have found it to be enchanting and enthralling. Great character development, intrigue, and believability. Total success!!
Briciraz
Fabulous read! Great quality book. Best series to come out in a while. Says for young adults, but at 45, I have found it to be enchanting and enthralling. Great character development, intrigue, and believability. Total success!!
Soustil
Love this book. I feel like I must read the next book or I might die. It was so good. It's a amazing book with action ,adventure ,and mystery. Must read the next book. This book is sooo good.????????
Soustil
Love this book. I feel like I must read the next book or I might die. It was so good. It's a amazing book with action ,adventure ,and mystery. Must read the next book. This book is sooo good.????????
Ceroelyu
This book is a great action-packed book! I love how there are spies - they are fun to learn about. Q is an awesome character. I like how he wants to be a magician. This series is a must read! Mr. Smith is an awesome writer. He has so many great books. I especially like the IQ series!
Ceroelyu
This book is a great action-packed book! I love how there are spies - they are fun to learn about. Q is an awesome character. I like how he wants to be a magician. This series is a must read! Mr. Smith is an awesome writer. He has so many great books. I especially like the IQ series!
My 10 year-old son has sailed through this series with amazing speed - very enjoyable. I've read the first two, as well, and I think he does an excellent job at characterization and creating an appeal for boys and girls. We're now reading other Roland Smith series.
My 10 year-old son has sailed through this series with amazing speed - very enjoyable. I've read the first two, as well, and I think he does an excellent job at characterization and creating an appeal for boys and girls. We're now reading other Roland Smith series.