Tales In Time Volume One

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Time travel? Extraterrestrial visitors? No, not the kind with trauma, dungeons and misguided secret laboratory experiments, nor the kind with life-threatening spaceship attacks. But the low profile kind, with ordinary folks in ordinary towns, recipients of accidental transplants just trying to get back home. Your town maybe? The kids are the first to know. In four books. Good readers 8 and up. More

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Words: 15,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452311159
About David Rucker

Native Northwesterner. Degreed in the Biological and Developmental Educational/Psychological Sciences. In days past I worked in Alaska for the Department of Fish and Game, and in the Student Services Division of the Washington State Community College System. My wife and I retired to S. CA. She a quilter, me an amateur photographer, both with some successful recognition in State Fair competitions. We both enjoy summer, mountain trail, day hikes, old towns and highways, coffee, and friends.

While day-caring my grandchildren, I observed that more books for the young reader (tweener) ages would be nice. I challenged myself to create some. I have chosen to create plot-lines rich in friendships set against science adventure. Let me know how I did in the Reader's Evaluation sections.

The four Tales In Time books (#4 hopefully will be available hopefully by December, 2016) found their individual ways to completion over several years, otherwise they would have been contained in one cover. I admire prolific writers, but I must confess to not being so endowed. A slow bloomer if you will. I hope you enjoy my literary efforts. David

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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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