Voices in St. Augustine

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Florida Kids Press, Incorporated, Nov 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 138 pages
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Thirteen-year-old Joey Johnson has a problem. He hears voices, only he can't find the people who belong to them. His curiosity leads him on a quest where he learns more than just history about "the Nation's Oldest City." He discovers he has a special connection to the past -- something that changes his life forever.

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Jane R. Wood is the author of five juvenile fiction books and owns her own publishing company, Florida Kids Press. She captures kids' imaginations with mystery, adventure, and humor, and at the same time, places her characters in settings and situations that expose young readers to the history and the environment of that area. Wood uses her experiences as a former classroom teacher, a newspaper reporter, and television producer as inspiration for her books. Because her books are compatible with many schools' curricula, she is invited to speak at schools across the country. Based on her success in tapping into the school market, Wood shares her strategies for marketing to this unique audience in her book, Schools: A Niche Market for Authors, published in 2014.Wood was born in Oregon, but moved to Florida when she was ten. Growing up near Cape Canaveral, she watched America's journeys into space, contributing to her love of history. She earned a BA from the University of Florida and a MEd from the University of North Florida. Mrs. Wood is the mother of two grown sons, four grandchildren, and lives in Jacksonville, Florida, with her husband Terry.

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