General Pichergru's Treason

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Kessinger Publishing, Dec 1, 2004 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Some where in his grade school year, John Hall from Dick and Jane and discovered Dr Suess. And, Things have never been the same since! By his high school years, John was exempted from some regular classes so he could hang out in the school library and consume massive numbers of books. This is also the time when he began his writting career, doing comedy scripts and fantasy shorts, along with the customary required essays and silly limericks on the bathroom walls. By the latter part of his college year, John was a published poet and feature reporter at the University of Kansas, as well as running his own advertising firm. Equally of interest was his fascination with how children learn. Returning to college, he earned his primary grades certification and taught second and third grades for five years before moving out of the classroom to become a full time educational consultant, educators teachers innovative ways to build their classrooms around children's writing. Though his multi-faceted career eventually took him into the world of business, his mutual love of children and of writing continued to run strong. At one point he founded a children's product design company, working with the likes of Jim Henson and Disney. Sometime when you get a chance, ask him about his adventure with Big Bird and Grover. John now devotes his full time to writing, recently starting his own children's book line with Red Rocket BookWorks, together with award-winning illustrator, Stephen Gilpin.

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