Float

Float

From the critically acclaimed author of the Edge of Extinction series comes this fast-paced, action-packed, and heartfelt adventure about a group of kids with uncontrollable abilities, perfect for fans of Gordon Korman, Lisa McMann, and Dan Gutman! Emerson can float?he just can?t do it very well. His uncontrollable floating is his RISK factor, which means that he deals with From the critically acclaimed author of the Edge of Extinction series comes this fast-paced, action-packed, an...

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Title:Float
Author:Laura Martin
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Genres:Childrens
ISBN:0062803794
Format Type:ebook
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

Float Reviews

  • Laura
    Apr 22, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

  • Dee
    Mar 04, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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  • Allison Ruth
    Mar 08, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Mary Librarian
    Feb 13, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

  • Ms. Yingling
    Apr 03, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

  • Tracey
    May 21, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Robert Kent
    Jun 01, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

  • Pamela
    Jun 18, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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  • Dayla
    May 29, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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  • Karen Barrus
    Apr 24, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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  • Kathleen
    Feb 19, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Pam
    Jun 15, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

  • Scoutaccount
    Jun 14, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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  • Carolyn
    Jun 10, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

  • Jamie
    Apr 20, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Melissa Cheresnick
    May 26, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Holden Skaggs
    Apr 23, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Beth Garceau
    Feb 11, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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  • Mohammedmustaphaaji
    Apr 25, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Josh Thomas
    Feb 14, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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  • Janine
    Apr 24, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Benjamin Bookman
    May 06, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

  • Lena
    Apr 27, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Rhiannon White
    May 19, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

  • Rhiannon White
    May 19, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • Cindie
    Apr 24, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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  • JT
    Apr 26, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

  • Jarryd
    May 17, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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  • Gina Acevdo
    May 25, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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  • First time Canadian
    Jun 08, 2018

    E ARC from Edleweiss Plus Emerson has a category five RISK rating, but not because he is a threat to others. He can float, and without his weighted vest and shoes, could end up floating away from earth and being in grave danger. His single mother is very stressed at the thought ...

    If you're looking for a cross between Percy Jackson, the X-Men, and the 1995 movie Heavyweights, then I think you'll get a blast out of Float! The book follows a group of boys with superpowers that range from awkward (sticking to things) to funny (randomly invisible body parts) to dang...

    I loved Laura Martin?s Edge of Extinction books and I love Float as well. Essentially, Float is a kids with powers at summer camp story, but told with the same wit and flare for adventure as EOE. The main character, Emerson, has to be tied to things and weighted down to keep from flo...

    A well written story that has plenty to be interesting without getting too bogged down along the way. It is very clearly influenced by other books in the genre, and too similar to feel all that original. But still a fun read, with room for a sequel or continuation. ...

    This will appeal to middle grade readers though it's not one of my favorites. The story moved slowly and the characters were flat. However, the concept will appeal to younger readers and they'll relate to the camp experiences and feeling unique and different from others. ...

    I won this book in a giveaway and I cannot wait to get back to school and share this with a lucky reader. I enjoyed being at camp with Emerson and his friends. ...

    Won an ARC. Book was funny and exciting. ...

    A perfect read for Middle School Boys set in a camp for people with different abilities. In this case, Emerson literally floats, tethered to earth by heavy shoes and a vest (and tied into his bed at night). He quickly makes friends with his bunkmates, each of whom isn't quite normal (o...

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    This book is so much fun! At Camp Outliers kids with superpowers that aren?t so super are given the chance at a ?normal? summer. Typical camp shenanigans are mixed with a time travel element. Boys especially will enjoy the adventure, humor, and friendship among the RISK k...

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