Mary Halverson Schofield
River of Champions (nominated for the Minnesota Book Award)
River of Champions has three editions
Henry Boucha: Star of the North
Has an optioned screenplay, "River of Champions."
2nd screenplay completed
Working on children's novel
On going: Environmental book and book on Healing.
B.A. University of New Mexico after three years at the University of Minnesota. Graduate work at the University of New Mexico and University of California.
Has taught public school in New Mexico, Minnesota, Illinois, and California and parochial school in Wisconsin. Taught at Ft. Wingate, a federal Indian school in New Mexico. Taught at Los Lunas Training School in New Mexico; a school for special needs children.
Home is Minnesota. Married to Darrell Schofield, contractor. Son, Andy Schofield, patent attorney in Minneapolis.
Groups associated with past and present: University of Minnesota Women's Club, 1006 Summit Ave Society, Minneapolis Women's Club, Pen Women, Opera Guild, Patron of Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Member of Guthrie Circle, Toastmasters.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
River of Champions
by Mary Halverson Schofield
A true, against-all-odds story about common teen-aged boys whose single goal, and the path to reach it, turned them into extraordinary young men.
It is a heart-warming story of desire, grit, and determination of boys who dare to attempt the impossible dream.
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