Back to the Drawing Board, Volume 6

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Tyndale House Pub., 1990 - Christian life - 87 pages
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Nicholas Martin. Artist Supremo. The official 'sketch pad wonderkid' and class cartoonist. Until, that is, Todd moves to town--complete with Jawbreaker, his very own high-tech, glitzy, monster-machine character! Before Nick can say, 'Start your pencils, ' Todd is moving in on his turf! There's just one thing to do: Nick has to win Eastfield's Winter Carnival poster contest and prove once and for all who's the best.

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Contents

One The Return of Spam Shade
9
Two The New Kid
16
Three Jealousy Grows
26
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Bill Myers holds a degree in Theater Arts from the University of Washington and an honorary doctorate from the Theological Institute of Nimes, France, where he taught. As author/screenwriter/director his work has won over 50 national and international awards, including the C.S. Lewis Honor Award. His DVDs and books have sold 8 million copies. His children's DVD and book series, McGee and Me, has sold 4.5 million copies, has won 40 Gold and Platinum awards, and has been aired on ABC as well as in 80 countries. His My Life As... series has sold 2.1 million copies. He has written, directed, and done voice work for Focus on the Family's Adventures in Odyssey radio series and is the voice of Jesus in Zondervan's NIV Audio Bible. As an author, nearly all of his children's series have made the bestseller list, as well as 7 of his adult novels. He has been interviewed for "Good Morning America" and "ABC Nightly News". Several of his novels are currently under option for motion pictures, including "Blood of Heaven", "Threshold", "Eli", "Fire of Heaven", "When the Last Leaf Falls, " and "Forbidden Doors". The motion picture, "The Wager", starring Randy Travis and based on Myers's novel by the same name, was released in 2009.

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