Thursday, November 04, 2010

November Book Special for Kids

During the month of November, I’m offering a special price on my books, while quantities last. I say that because I have a limited number for some of them in stock. On one of the titles, there are just 3 copies.
When you order, be sure to tell me who each copy should be signed to, and I’ll do that for you, too.

Here’s the deal.
Prices for my books range from $10.95 - $15.95. One of those is a hard cover book. Through the month of November, 2010, I’m offering my books for $10 each, and I’ll pay the shipping. In addition, as mentioned, I’ll sign them if you provide names for that.

Here they are:

LOST ISLAND SMUGGLERS $10.00 – I pay the shipping through November
Sam, Tony, and Tyler took scuba lessons together. Tony’s father owned a marina, so Tony got them in for free. After the boys completed the course, they decided to try their new skills in the ocean. The only problem was, none of them had permission to go, or to take one of the sailboats out for their diving adventure. Everything went well until the biggest storm the boys had ever seen, blew up from out of nowhere, and they found themselves stranded on Lost Island. But, if they thought the worst had happened, they were wrong. What about those high-powered speedboats that mysteriously disappeared? And what were they going to tell their parents, even if they did get off the island?

NEWSPAPER CAPER $10.00 – I pay the shipping through November
Tom Stevens was a super salesman. He and his friends delivered newspapers early every morning. Along their route, the boys often saw some pretty strange things. Then one day they actually became the story. Readers will like the humor, attack dogs, car thieves, and the chop shop Tom and the others uncover. This story reminds us of how important friendship is. It also teaches God isn't just for emergencies. He wants to guide our lives every day.

NORTH WOODS POACHERS $10.00 – I pay the shipping through November
The Washburn families have been coming to the same cabins, on the same lake, catching the same fish, for about as long as Andy can remember. And he's sick of it. This summer would be different he decided. Only he never imagined how different. The story is filled with excitement, danger, humor, and drama. In the end, Andy learns the concepts of family tradition, that God loves justice while He hates injustice, and it is important to follow the rules. Readers will enjoy the gigantic, jet-powered floatplane, computers, home made radio transmitter, and naturally, no one will ever forget Big Wally. He’s a fish of course.

MOUNTAIN CABIN MYSTERY $10.00 – I pay the shipping through November
Scott and his friends had dreamed and prepared for their first wilderness camping adventure. When they become separated from their group in a mountain fog, trouble begins. There was that bear, the decrepit suspension bridge over a bottomless gorge, the sheer cliff in the dark, those terrorists in the remote cabin, the Army, the helicopter ride, and…

BIG-RIG RUSTLERS $10.00 – I pay the shipping through November
This is a modern day, high-tech story with helicopters, satellite phones, and more.
Todd and Amanda live with their parents in a Midwestern city. The family doesn’t go to church. The children are invited to visit their uncle, aunt, and cousin Drew, on their Wyoming ranch over spring break. Todd learns, in a unique way, why stealing is wrong. He decides to choose a new path for his life because of his uncle’s example. A band of high-tech cattle rustlers are caught, revealing that Todd was also wrong about Travis, a shadowy character.
Read about the round up, rattlesnake, and rustlers.

THE SECRET OF ABBOTT'S CAVE $10.00 – I pay the shipping through November
A detective, a police scanner, and a cave offered possibilities for danger and excitement. Who are the real heroes in America? Randy and his friends pooled their resources to go cave exploring, discovered the hidden loot from a bank robbery, and learned they weren't heroes at all.

LEGEND OF THE WHITE WOLF $10.00 – I pay the shipping through November
They didn’t call him a liar; they just couldn’t believe his story. Brian Fisher was determined to prove it was true even though it involved the risk to his own safety. His rescue of a wolf pup from a steel trap results in a mysterious relationship with surprising results. The story is set in the lower elevations near Yellowstone

Send check to:

Max Elliot Anderson P.O. Box 4126 Rockford, IL 61110
(815) 877-1514

Author web site
Blog, Books for Boys:  
Nearly 50 pages of REVIEWS:  

If you order a book, and I’m out of copies, I’ll refund your money right away!

PS. I can't sell copies of this one, but you can find these books at Wal-Mart and Barnes and Noble for this Christmas. My story,
No Christmas Presents, is in both editions.

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