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Gordon Korman (born October 23, 1963) is a Canadian American author. Korman has written over 80 children's and young adult fiction books. Korman has sold more than 28 million books over a career spanning four decades and has appeared at number one on The New York Times Best Seller list.
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Gordon Korman (born October 23, 1963) is a Canadian author, primarily of novels for children and young adults. He lives in Long Island's Great Neck, New York, with his wife and three children. Korman was born in Montreal, Quebec where he lived until 1970.
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Ungifted is a 2012 children's novel by Gordon Korman.The story is told with chapters of alternating perspectives. The plot revolves around Donovan Curtis, a troublemaker that gets wrapped up in a major prank gone wrong.
Gordon Korman was born October 23, 1963 in Montreal, Quebec, and grew up in Thornhill, Ontario. Gordon moved to the United States as a college student in the film and film-writing department at New York University. He now lives with his wife and children on Long Island, NY.
The setting in Schooled by Gordon Korman is Claverage Middle School. The main character moves in with his case worker after living in the Garland Farm Commune.
Another Gordon Korman book, only a little more serious than usual. That's really all you need to know. Korman brings his patented multiple-viewpoints style to a story about a bully seeking redemption and self-identity. It's a little heavier than stylistically similar books like No More Dead Dogs, Ungifted and Schooled, but only just. Korman's ...
As usual, award-winning author Gordon Korman’s latest book is a satisfying glimpse into the world of middle schoolers. In The Unteachables, Korman gives us a sort of pre-teen version of To Sir, with Love—a class full of misfit kids that the education system has given up on and the teacher that ...