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Meet Jeff Stone, author of Phoenix

Jeff Stone lives in the Midwest with his wife and two children and practices the martial arts daily.

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“I write the books for me. (Me at 5, me at 14.) Then hope there are readers out there who like the same sorts of books I do.”–Anne Fine

Anne Fine is a two-time winner of the prestigious Carnegie Medal and the author of many acclaimed books for children, including Flour Babies, The Tulip Touch, and the Robin Williams movie hit Mrs. Doubtfire.


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When I was young , it never occurred to me that I might be a writer. I think I must have thought that books were born on the library shelves. But I was good at writing stories, and... Read More


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Up on Cloud Nine
Written by Anne Fine
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Ian’s best friend, Stolly, is up on cloud nine. He’s in the hospital, unconscious, and hooked up to machines. The question Ian is trying to answer is: How did Stolly end up there?

In a way, Stolly’s always been on cloud nine, living life by his own rules and making those... Read More
 

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