Steven Spielberg

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Lerner Publications, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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An introduction to the life of the American movie director, best known for his work in "E.T.," "Jurassic Park," and "Raiders of the Lost Ark."

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Steven Spielberg needs to make a film of a real E T . I have a working film script from my book
Dinosaurs God and Nature. Under this title is Steven's name, on the google search engine
God the master scientist story was from God's contact with proof. His story has the information only
a supreme creator could make known. Steven could make this his best all time film. God's special
story is also that powerful. It is a gift to humankind world wide. Gift implies special favor of God and
nature. The film story starts out Three Billion B C. Thus it make the connection to the Bible. This is
why His story is so important.
This story has merit being mentioned on several radio shows. One had 10 million listeners.
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About the author (2005)

Tom Powers retired from the Flint Public Library in 1999 after 31 years of service in order to pursue writing, reading, traveling, laughter, watching hockey, and perfecting the art of enjoying life. Powers' first book, Natural Michigan, was published in 1987, and the first edition of Michigan State and National Parks: A Complete Guide appeared in 1989. Revised editions of both books are still in print. His other works include Michigan in Quotes, Audubon Guide to National Wildlife Refuges, and Great Birding in the Great Lakes, also all in print. The latter was published by Walloon Press, which Powers and his wife founded in 1997. Powers also freelances, and his articles and other short pieces have appeared in several magazines. Barbara, his wife of 38 yeras; their two children and their spouses; and five grandchildren bring constant joy to his life.

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