Preston Summit is nine years old. He began reading when he was two and writing stories in notebooks when he was five. His ideas and prose are original and he edits his own manuscripts. Preston lives in Hawaii with his parents and attends fourth grade. He has aspirations of becoming an entomologist, writer and entrepreneur.
What is your favorite series and why?
My favorite series is the Pendragon series by D. J. MacHale. They have action around every corner and just when you think it is going to get boring, snap! Something happens and the characters are left pawing for the end of the rope. Once I got myself into reading the first book, I couldn't stop!
Describe your desk
My desk is actually very messy with jars. Those jars contain pencils, pens, colored pencils and one even contains only thumbtacks! My desk is wood, with three drawers on the left-hand side.
Join Preston Summit in this delightful story of a grumpy St. Patrick’s Day leprechaun who doesn’t see the value of Christmas. He learns the true meaning of the holiday and shows his clever nature in this short, entertaining adventure.
Preston Summit continues the exciting Coinland series with the second installment Money Galore. Experience life through the eyes of a coin as the characters in this story make you smile in this clever and funny short story.
In this second installment of Bug Biographies, eight-year-old Preston Summit delivers another captivating first person story about the life of a black widow spider. Follow along with this enchanting fictional account of an arachnid’s adventurous tale. Complete with original hand-written pages and hand-drawn illustrations.
Eight-year-old Preston Summit gives a fascinating first person glimpse into the life of a spider in his debut story in his series about the lives of bugs. Follow the spider from web to demise in this fictional but entirely plausible account of an arachnid’s existence.
Includes Original Handwritten Document