Griff Carver Knows a Thing or Two About Fighting Crime!
No, he cannot be bought. He cannot be frightened. And he will not sleep until justice is served. Because Griff Carver is not just any kid—he’s a kid with a badge. And if you are a rule breaker, he’s your worst nightmare.
Griff might be the newest officer on the Rampart Middle School Patrol Squad, but he’s no rookie. And he’ll do whatever it takes to clean up the school’s mean hallways, even if it lands him in trouble with the Old Lady (a.k.a. Mom).
But when he links cool kid, Marcus “The Smile” Volger, to a counterfeit hall pass ring, can Griff and his friends close the case? Or will his habit of ruffling feathers mean he’ll let down the force—and lose his badge—for good?
About Mike Chamberlain
Mike Chamberlain is an actor and voiceover artist who has performed in numerous short and feature length films and on television and radio. He narrates for both BOT and LL and most recently recorded The Pacific by Hugh Ambrose and All Unquiet Things by Anna Jarzab.
About Kirby Heyborne
Kirby Heyborne has received critical acclaim for his starring role in the award-winning World War II drama Saints and Soldiers. He has had starring roles in eight other features and two short films, and has also appeared on the WB’s Everwood and many national commercials. He has garnered rave reviews for his narration for Books on Tape over the years and is considered one of the finest narrators working today.
About Emily Janice Card
Emily Janice Card is an actor, singer, and writer from North Carolina, where she appeared in leading roles in stage productions such as The Fantasticks, The Importance of Being Earnest, Bye Bye Birdie, and Once Upon a Mattress. Since moving to Los Angeles, Card adapted and starred in the play A Sepulcher of Songs, based on a short story by her father, Orson Scott Card.
About Ann Marie Lee
Ann Marie Lee is a Los Angeles based actress with television credits that include E.R., Law and Order C.I., and Nip/Tuck. Her stage performances for Broadway National Tours and regional theater include Peter Pan, As You Like It, Heartbreak House and The Cherry Orchard.