A River for Red: Ben Takes on the School Bully

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 24 pages
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In A RIVER FOR RED a foreign high school student faces a new school, a class bully, and an apathetic student body. In the end he displays courage, shows that knowledge and skill can be far more valuable that size and strength, and saves the bully's life. A sketch of the adventure area helps to make the dramatic end real for the reader. The book is full of action and suspense and will be enjoyed by readers of all ages.


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The author's interest in children of all ages can be attributed to his involvement with his own four children and 27 grandchildren. He enjoys writing stories of how children learn to be strong and overcome obstacles without losing their moral compass or compromising their ideals and goals in life. His stories are about everyday situations children of various ages can get into. His writing is fast moving and full of action and suspense.

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