Silicon Valley Novel: "kids saving kids by reading"

Silicon Valley Novel: "kids saving kids by reading"

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Hey, I really like this idea, pretty new to me, and sounds really effective:

Silicon Valley Novel is a small California book publisher with a big
heart. We believe in “kids saving kids by reading.”
Proceeds
from the book provide medicine for Doctors Without Borders.


The series
is based on the world travels of a thirteen-year-old archaeologist,
nicknamed “Trouble.” His latest episode, Sign of the Rat, will be
released in Kindle, iPad and printed format this July. The novel
features ultra-lights, robots, exotic metals . . . a fast-paced
adventure, set in Manhattan, Paris and Vietnam. More than sixty
illustrations bring alive the story.


Go with Trouble on his dangerous
travels. His journey begins in a curio shop in Manhattan and takes him
to Paris. His final destination is a secret laboratory lost in the
jungles of Vietnam. Yahoo! chose our first novel in this series, Everest
is Hollow, as one of the top ten books for kids. Amazon selected Everest
is Hollow to pair with J.K. Rowling’s last Harry Potter book, The Tales
of Beedle the Bard.

("trouble"? that's what some call me…)

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