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George and the Goblin Hole Paperback – May 3, 2016
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Professor Watermelon (Chadwick Gillenwater) travels the country inspiring elementary students to use the written word as a joyful way of creative self-expression. As an experienced school librarian, storyteller, and children’s author, Professor Watermelon has the tools to motivate his students to build characters, twist plots, and dream-up knew worlds. To learn more about Professor Watermelon and his creative writing classes, take a look at his website: www.professorwatermelon.com
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We visited the James Whitcomb Riley Museum Home in Indianapolis this past summer, and the gift shop had a copy of this book. It is a well written tale that will easily hold a young reader’s attention. The word “bum” is used once to refer to a person’s rear end. Of course, there are goblins, several ghosts appear, references to magic and casting spells are found, but for most people who understand the fictional nature of the story, these things should not be a major problem. Several of Mr. Riley’s poems are used to drive and thicken the plot, and this will help to increase appreciation for his unique style of poetry. I enjoyed reading it. Author Chadwick Gillenwater, a.k.a. Professor Watermelon, travels the country inspiring elementary students to use the written word as a joyful way of creative self-expression. “An’ the Gobble-uns ‘ll git you Ef you Don’t Watch Out!”