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Max Elliot Anderson grew up as a reluctant reader. After his own experience and surveying the market, he sense the need for action-adventures and mysteries for readers 8 – 13, especially boys.

 

Using his extensive experience in the production of motion pictures,...

Welcome to the end of the school year! We are officially in the home stretch! (Insert a pat on the back for yourself here.) I know there are still two, perhaps three months still to go, but after spring break, doesn’t it always feel as if the end is near?

 

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Close your eyes. Wait. Open them. I hope you’ve opened them. Maybe just squint a little and imagine a work place where everyday, every individual comes to learn something. That’s EVERYONE’s goal. People come to this place because they recognize that learning is...

Somewhere out there is the mind that will produce the next great American novel. If, however, that would-be author is under the age of 18, the words they write may be more of “SOZ” and “TGGTG” than beautiful, flowing prose.

These days stress is the number one killer of relationships and productivity. Stress is everywhere. Even small kids get stressed fast due to peer pressure, pressures from class and the amount of homework that is placed upon them. Many people have started turning to the ancient art of Feng Shui...

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