David Faces Goliath with Books for Reluctant Readers

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Bob Spear, editor of Heartland Review gives it five hearts.

Max Elliot Anderson understands reluctant readers. He was one. His adventure series is designed to motivate today’s young readers ages 8 through 12 and keep them satisfied as he takes them on action adventures of a life time.

Max Elliot Anderson's latest children’s book release, "Legend of the White Wolf" the 7th book in the Tweener Press Adventure Series, is scheduled to be released May 1, 2005 to major bookstores every where.

Max Anderson takes the reluctant reader hiking through the forests near Yellowstone Park where Brian Fisher spots a young wolf pup caught in a trap and rescues it. This results in a mysterious relationship with the pup with surprising results. On their adventures, Brian and his friend, Tommy Wilson, often visit with an old Native American who leaves a lasting spiritual impression on both of them.

Bob Spear, editor of Heartland Review gives it five hearts. “This is an excellent reluctant-reader’s chapter book for ages 8 12. All of the books in the author’s series are exciting, and it’s certainly true for Legend of the White Wolf. The author always manages to build in a good values lesson based on Christian ethics without being preachy about it.”

Max Elliot Anderson books have been compared to the Hardy Boys, Tom Sawyer, and Nancy Drew. Many of his books involve elementary detective work which takes the young reader through a mysterious journey and allows the reader to come up with their own conclusion as to what really happened.

Other titles in the series include: Newspaper Caper, Terror at Wolf Lake , North Woods Poachers, Mountain Cabin Mystery, Big Rig Rustlers, and Secret of Abbott’s Cave. They can be purchased online at tweenertime.com, the Baker Trittin website, Christianbook.com, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. They are available at major Christian book stores.

Max Elliot Anderson tells great stories. About his growing following he commented, “I can only understand that God uses ordinary people to accomplish extraordinary things. This is more about Him than it will ever be about me.”

To learn more about Max Elliot Anderson books and Legend of the White Wolf go to: http://www.tweenertime.com.

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Marvin G. Baker, EdD, Editor-in-Chief