Johnny Junkpile

Front Cover, Dec 15, 2011 - 81 pages
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Johnny Junkpile is a touching story about love, loyalty and the power of self worth. Both young and adult readers will enjoy this gripping story. The story centers on Johnny Jung who is being teased by a group of boys. Despite the fact that he could respond physically to their taunts Johnny chooses to ignore them and go about his life. The story of Johnny Junkpile will teach young readers how to deal with bullying, personal trauma and disaster. The strength of Johnny's family and the lessons handed down from his father help him to deal with the daily struggles many young boys and girls face. Johnny Junkpile will show youngsters that name calling and bullying can be dealt with and conquered through willpower and humor.

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Biography Jack David Dean Born: May 3, 1962 Place: Traverse City, Michigan Currently lives near Gainesville, Florida Mr. Dean graduated from Traverse City Senior High School in 1980. After graduation he started a commercial janitorial business and later became a freelance photographer. He studied business management at Spring Arbor University and graduated with a BA in Organizational Management. He also earned an MBA from Kaplan University. Mr. Dean has been very active in community service. He worked for several years as a counselor for Youth for Christ and was instrumental in developing an outdoor adventure program for at-risk teenagers. He also worked for the Bay Area Adventure School and the Chittenden Education Center as a counselor and outdoor education facilitator. He enjoys mountain biking, rock climbing, kayaking and especially loves to watch his children grow. Mr. Dean is the author of the children's book "Johnny Junkpile," a devotional book called "316" and a youth fantasy titled "The Prince of Relm." He now lives near Gainesville, Florida with his wife and two children.

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