Tales In Time Volume One

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This three book series enchantingly engages a period of earth's history in which time travel, space travel, and encounters with the citizens from other planets first materialized. Not through the eyes of scientific laboratories, nor those of galactic armies, but rather through chance encounters experienced by ordinary, everyday young persons. Girls and boys, aged 8 and up. Two stories in book 1. More
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Words: 15,960
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452311159
About David Rucker

Native Northwesterner. Degreed in Biological and Developmental Psychological Sciences. In days past worked in Alaska, and the Washington State Community College System. Recent retiree to S. CA. I observed, while babysitting my grandchildren, that there are not many books available for the emerging (tweener) reader ages. One retirement pursuit for me is to create good quality,fun, adventure stories for those readers. All, even the fun and whimsical, will be well anchored in solid science & history. Those of a more factual bent will be anchored with fun and whimsical components.

Other pleasures include summer mountain day hikes,vintage cars, desert biology, old towns, coffee, and friends. My writings will draw from those areas of interest and experience.

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Review by: Judith Leraas Cook on March 10, 2010 :
Reading David Rucker’s work is pure delight. His plots are clear, satisfying, and interesting. Countless entertaining descriptions and observations of both nature and humankind maintain the reader’s interest because of their accuracy and the gentle touch he gives to them. But his work’s real charm lies in the trials and triumphs of his protagonists; these are tightly crafted, droll and extraordinarily satisfying. I recommend Rucker’s work both to grade school-aged children and all parents and grandparents who are fortunate enough to read to their offspring.

Judith Leraas Cook
Eastsound, Washington
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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