Harry Houdini: Escape Artist

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 1, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Level 2: Reading Independently
• More complex stories
• Varied sentence structure
• Paragraphs and short chapters
Find out how a little boy named Ehrich Weiss became Harry Houdini -- the greatest magician the world has ever known!
 

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Patricia Lakin, a former elementary school teacher and an award-winning author, has written more than fifty published works. Her books, both fiction and nonfiction, span multiple age groups—from toddlers to middle graders. Patricia lives in New York City with her husband, Lee Koenigsberg. They have two grown sons, Aaron and Benjahmin. When not reading, writing, or researching, she can be found traveling with Lee to far-off places in the world.

Judith Cullen is an artist from the Pacific Northwest with over 25 years of experience as a designer, production manager, administrator, and producer for theatre and opera. Since 2008 she has worked as a volunteer presenting literature live in the online metaverse of Second Life (c), logging in over 500 hours to benefit a variety of charities including War Child North America, Project Children, and Habitat for Humanity under the avatar identity Caledonia Skytower. Ms. Cullen has transformed her professional theatre experience, combined with her work as a virtual storyteller, into a refreshed career as a author, narrator, and voice artist. Her published Trio Tales series are intended as fictional, short story monographs on a single theme, making them ideal for kindle use or portable reading. You can learn more about the author and her work, and connect with her on Google+, Facebook and @ jdcstoryteller.blogspot.com.