phil silver

Biography

Phil Silver was born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1946, but was raised in Burbank, California. He's been employed as a Special Education Teachers Aid, an on-air radio personality for KNGS Radio, earned a teaching credential from the University of California Berkeley before becoming an Adult Education Broadcasting Teacher. He's managed several national restaurant chains, and spent 23 years with Pacific Bell before becoming an award winning author.

As a legacy for his boys, he recreated and printed a couple of stories. Shortly thereafter, his first book, Boga Bear: Beat the Heat, was published in 2005, His second book, Boga Bear: Staying Cool, was also published, and both books were awarded the 2005 American Author's Association's Silver Medal Award for Children's Story Books. Mr. Silver has been an invited guest author at many schools in California and Washington where he has read his books to thousands of children.

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Books

Boga Bear: Staying Cool
Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 2,580. Language: English. Published: September 18, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
This is a children's short story book designed for parents or older siblings to read to the little ones, just as I told this story to my sons. The story is about 3 very unusual forest animals,Boga Bear,Bunko Bunny,and Skola Squirrel,who become friends and explore the forest around them. Staying together and respect for one another are only a couple of learning lessons brought out in the story.
Boga Bear - Beat the Heat
Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 2,390. Language: English. Published: September 18, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Animals
This is a children's short story book designed for parents or older siblings to read to the little ones, just as I told this story to my sons. The story is about 3 very unusual forest animals,Boga Bear,Bunko Bunny,and Skola Squirrel,who become friends and explore the forest around them. Staying together and respect for one another are only a couple of learning lessons brought out in the story.

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