And also in charge, in Trenton Lee Stewart's books. Author Trenton Lee Stewart would himself make a good character in a children's book. As a boy, he was always daydreaming of adventure, writing stories in his head for days. Interrupted by a question from his parents, he'd answer, "Shhh. I'm thinking." As a third-grader — when he could hold a pencil easier, he said — he started writing things down. Funny poems. He'd wander his Hot Springs neighborhood with his best friend — his neighbor's dog — thinking up exciting tales and yearning for adventure. Then the boy grew up and his novels hit the New York Times Best Seller list. Making a best-seller list is not saving the world from evil men with designs on running...
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