Max Elliot Anderson grew up as a struggling reader. After surveying the market, he sensed the need for action-adventures and mysteries for readers 8 – 13, especially boys.
Using his extensive experience in the production of dramatic motion pictures, videos, and television commercials, Mr. Anderson brings that same visual excitement and heart-pounding action to his stories. Each book has different characters, setting, and plot.
Ten middle grade books are published, ten more are under contract, with several additional manuscripts completed. Young readers have reported that reading one of his books is like actually being in an exciting movie.
He is also a short story staff writer for Knowonder.com Magazine.
MUST ANSWER ONE of the Following Questions to be ENTERED into the Drawing.
1. What middle reader books has your family enjoyed?
2. What was a favorite middle reader book you read as a kid?
3. What series of books did you devour as a kid? Have you gotten your children/grandchildren interested in them? If so how?
CONGRATS TO AMY HOLBROOK
Your name as been drawn for the Kindle Fire HD8
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From Marcia Laycock
Hi Max - I used to devour all the Walter Farley books about horses. I was horse crazy when I was a kid and I read some of them more than once. In fact, I think I may have read most of them more than once! :) Would love to win that kindle. Thanks for your generosity.
Blessings, Marcia Laycock
I read the Trixie Belsen series, because they had horses in them. And mystery!
Oh yes, I read those too!
Thanks for putting this in the right spot, Phred! :)
You are welcome!
I loved Little House books when I was young. Read them all to my daughters too.
I read the Little House books when my daughter was in middle school. Great discovery for me!
I loved the Little House series, Cherry Ames, Nancy Drew and the Shoe books. I introduced them to my daughter as well. There are so many wonderful, wholesome books out there for children.
I also read Cherry Ames, and for a while thought I would be a nurse. But I just retired from teaching.
I loved Nancy Drew, Little House books, and I read all of my mom's Cherry Ames and Kathy Martin books. I am a nurse. :)
I loved all the animal stories! Black Beauty, Misty of Chincoteague, Lassie ! I do have a grandson who loves to read.. I've shared some from this group with him :)
#2. I would choose Anne of Green Gables as a Middle Reader book, although some of my h.s. students did book reports on it. I would love to win. Thank you so much.