Cover Reveal – FOURTH STALL PART III + Prize Pack!

As you may already know, my siblings LOVED THE FOURTH STALL PART I and PART II. Its a hilarious and suspenseful middle-grade series from Walden Pond Press (HarperCollins). When they offered to reveal the cover for THE FOURTH STALL PART III on IceyBooks, I was thrilled to accept.

Here’s what Chris Rylander has in store for readers next:

The saga of Mac, Vince, and middle school organized crime comes to a thrilling conclusion in THE FOURTH STALL PART III. Their business is finished, and Mac’s and Vince’s lives have become something they have never been before: simple. None of the fortune or the glory and none of the risk or threat of juvenile prison. There’s even a new business that has stepped in to take their place (and take the heat off Mac and Vince for once). Things couldn’t be better.

But that was before things at their middle school started to go haywire. Before they found out that there’s a new crime boss at school in the town over trying to consolidate power. And before their old nemesis, Staples, came back to town begging for help after his stint in the clink. Just when Mac and Vince thought they were out, the business pulls them back in. But this time, will they be able to escape with their lives and permanent records intact?

And now, for the cover! What do you think?

And what’s a cover reveal without a giveaway? Thanks to the awesome people at Walden Pond Press, I have three books – THE FOURTH STALL, THE FOURTH STALL PART I, and THE FOURTH STALL PART III (ARC) for one lucky winner!
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    Ilana Waters

    June 22, 2012

    Is it just me or does the cover look kind of . . . grown-up? For instance, if I were a middle-grader, I might mistake this for a book written for adults. I mean, it's well done and everything, but still . . .

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    June 22, 2012

    Interesting. I agree with what llana said, it feels way too grown up. It is unique though, stands out I guess.

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    June 22, 2012

    I like the cover…thanks for the awesome giveaway. I want to win them for my grandson..he loves to read!!!

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    Kissed by Ink

    June 27, 2012

    My 8th grade boys really liked The Fourth Stall Part I, so I am totally looking forward to placing Part II and III on my book shelves.

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    August 8, 2012

    This series was very well written. I was always in suspense. There was no issues for me about the book being too grown up. When I saw the book I didn't think it was for adults. I am in 5th grade and saw no problems with my ability to comprehend any of the writing. These books are fabulous pieces of literature, and I would recommend the age level 3rd grade to 6th grade.

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    Rubi Herrera

    August 13, 2012

    I actually like the cover….it wasn't exactly what I was expecting (though I knew the color sceme hehe), but it's definately eye catching. I don't think it's too grown up at all. I can't wait to read it!!! :D

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    September 10, 2012

    You're 5th grade and writing cheesy recommendations? Stop acting older than you are!

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    December 12, 2012