Young authors David & Laura T. Lee (inspires others to write)

David T. Lee (14 year-old of 5 books, published a 4,500-word sci-fi at 7); Laura T. Lee (12 year-old of 2 novels, published a 62,000-word novel at 10)

See you at Winter Farmers Market (Today, Oak 2:30-6:30pm)

Young authors David and Laura Lee (currently enrolled in 9th and 7th grade) will be selling their books. They will promote their new books. David published his 5th book, the final book of his sci-fi series “The Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller”. He started the series when he introduced his 1st book (a 4,500-word chapter book) […]

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Authorpreneur’s Talk: What You Can Learn About Writing, Publishing and Promotion

An entrepreneur MEETUP event organized by Shrewsbury Public Library this Thursday (6:30 to 8:00PM) hosted by Priya Rathnam (Assistant Library Director). Please join us if you are interested in learning about Writing, Publishing and Promotion. https://www.meetup.com/Krosslink-Shrewsbury-MA-Library/events/244939547/ Authorpreneur’s Talk: What You Can Learn About Writing, Publishing and Promotion Thursday, Nov 16, 2017, 6:30 PM Shrewsbury Public […]

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Floral Fun Fair (New Books Launch Tomorrow 10am-3pm)

Same as the past 7 years, young authors David and Laura Lee (currently enrolled in 9th and 7th grade) will be selling their books at the Floral Street School Family Fun Fair again tomorrow (Nov 4th). They will promote their new books. David published his 5th book, the final book of his sci-fi series “The […]

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David and Laura launch new books at Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival

Same as the past four years, young authors David and Laura Lee (currently enrolled in 9th and 7th grade) will be selling their books at the Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival Craft Fair & Farmer Market at Oak again this year (Sept 23rd – 10AM to 4PM). They will promote their new books. David published […]

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Great time at the Shrewsbury Public Library’s Local Author Showcase!

Last week, my sister and I sold books at the Shrewsbury Public Library’s Local Author Showcase. The lineup of authors included many familiar faces along with new ones. We had a great time talking to customers and conversing with the other writers (plus, there were quite a few costumed characters)! Here are the photos: Bye! […]

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Come visit us at the Shrewsbury Public Library next week!

Next Wednesday, June 28, 2017, my sister and I will sell books from 4-7:30 PM at the Shrewsbury Public Library’s Summer Reading Kickoff Carnival! If you’re looking for my 4th book (Danny and the Revenge of the Dinosaurs) and my sister’s 1st novel (Two Worlds) at DISCOUNT PRICES, next Wednesday is your chance! Hope to […]

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We are in the news for the towns of Shrewsbury, Northborough, Hopkinton and more!

Correspondent Cynthia Ciullo interviewed my sister and me about our books. Click this link to read the article: Young authors’ books available at Spirit of Shrewsbury fall festival Looking forward to seeing you at the Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival Craft Fair and Farmer’s Market next week at Oak (Sat 9/24 10-4PM and Sun 9/25 […]

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Video and full script for my Donald Trump/Hillary Clinton skit!

Hi! Here is the video recording for my Donald Trump/Hillary Clinton debate skit and the full script. I got my inspiration from watching both candidates on the news and laughing at funny political videos on YouTube. Thanks! David:) Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump presidential debate By David T. Lee, 3-8-2016 ANNOUNCER: Welcome to the ESPN- […]

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I performed spectacular stand-up comedy at Oak’s Got Talent!

Greetings earthlings! Last Saturday night, Oak Middle School hosted the 4th annual Oak’s Got Talent! It lasted from 7-9:30PM. Lively, entertaining performers rocked the stage with acts like singing, dance, magic and comedy. Highlights of the show included a quartet of Chinese girls dancing to Adele’s “Hello”, an autistic boy named Jagger Lavely singing “Let […]

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Fantastic book event at the Worcester Public Library!

Greetings! Saturday (April 2nd), from 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM, I was at the Worcester Public Library’s Local Author Fair and Bookfest 2016! I sold 12 books, gained 14 subscribers and talked to many new families! The diversity of other authors’ book genres (ranging from superhero fiction to motivational nonfiction) astonished me! Turnout was slow […]

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First book event of the year at the Worcester Public Library!

Howdy! Next Saturday (April 2nd) I will be at the Worcester Public Library’s Local Author Fair and Bookfest 2016! I will be selling and signing books in the Children’s Ellipse Area on the 1st floor from 11 AM to 2:30 PM, including a book reading from 11:15-11:30 AM (in the Program Room, Children’s Area on […]

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I got another chance to sell my books at Staples headquarters!

Hello everyone! I took a day off from school yesterday to promote my books at Staples! This year I sold 9 books (compared to last year’s 19 books) but I met lots of Staples employees who were eager to hear about my writing story and check out my books! I also got a record number […]

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FREE children book offers on Black Friday and this weekend!!!

Hello! Books 1-3 from my series of The Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller (a thrilling tale of a science genius) are FREE on Amazon this Friday to Sunday (11/27 to 11/29/2015) by clicking the individual book images below. Also, my 4th book is available at the low price of $2.99. A great deal! Did you know […]

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I set a new record at the 2015 Spirit of Shrewsbury Craft Fair!

Hello everybody! I have fantastic news! My event at this year’s 2-day Spirit of Shrewsbury Craft Fair was a complete success! I sold a whopping 31 books, my new record for most books sold in a single event! Many of my books were bought by grandparents eager to show my writing to their grandchildren. Lots […]

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Young authors shine at Shrewsbury Library Summer Kickoff

Howdy! I am now featured in a newspaper article for the latest edition of the Shrewsbury Chronicle! The article is about the 2015 Summer Kickoff Lawn Party that I participated in. Here is the link to the article: News from Shrewsbury Chronicle (By Tanya Kawecki, Wicked Local Correspondent) http://shrewsbury.wickedlocal.com/article/20150701/NEWS/150709185/ Adios! David

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A wonderful Summer Kickoff Event at Shrewsbury Public Library!

Greetings! This year, the library was moved to the temp site. I participated in the Local Authors Meet and Greet event from 3-6 PM. There weren’t as many authors around at the event as last year. Next to my table, there was a startup publishing company named DarkSpace Publishing. The company was established by two […]

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Floral Literacy Night 2015 was a Rockin’ Suprise-filled Success!

Hello friends! I had a successful Literacy Night book exhibition on Friday! A big part of it was the raffle for my third book Danny and the Invasion of the Dinosaurs. During the 3 hours event, many families visited my table and 38 of them participated in the raffle! The five winners (randomly chosen by […]

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I did a good job selling my books at the Summer Reading Kickoff Carnival!

What’s up, people? Two days ago I sold 9 books at the Summer Reading Kickoff Carnival at a public library! I sold 5 copies of my book Danny and the Portal of the World and 4 copies of Danny and the Trip to Outer Space and I got some more subscribers! This has been my […]

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My 3rd book “Danny and the Invasion of the Dinosaurs”

Hello! Hope you were all safe during Hurricane Sandy! I would like to tell you all about my 3rd book Danny and the Invasion of the Dinosaurs. It portrays Danny years as an adult and the story begins when all dinosaurs, plesiosauruses, and pterosaurs rise from the dead and wreak havoc across the world. They […]

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My books can be borrowed from public libraries and we have a Goodreads giveaway!

Greetings! My books can be borrowed from public libraries by using the links here: Danny and the Trip to Outer Space Danny and the Portal of the World Recently, we created a Goodreads giveaway of 2 copies of my second book Danny and the Trip to Outer Space. Hurry, because the giveaway will close on […]

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Free Promotion for my books for these coming weekends only!

I am proud to say that we have set up a free promotion for both of our books beginning shortly this weekend. This promotion will go on every weekend until October 14, 2012. A reminder that my 2nd book Danny and the Trip to Outer Space has a 3 dollar coupon on it: Just enter […]

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Great News! I published my second book!

Hello, I got great news! I just published my 2nd book, Danny and the Trip to Outer Space! This is the sequel of my 1st book, Danny and the Portal of the World and it is on sale on CreateSpace and Amazon (Full color paperback and Kindle). I am so excited! Here are the links […]

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President Obama sent me a signed note from the White House!

It’s with great happiness and contentment that I share with you this signed note that I received from President Barack Obama. A month ago, I sent President Obama a signed copy of my first book, Danny and the Portal of the World. It means a lot to me to have this note from the President. […]

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I played my 1st composed song yesterday in a recital!

Yesterday I just had another recital. The highlight of the recital was my new composed song, The Nature Symphony. The Nature Symphony (Composed by David Lee) Phantom of the Keys Snowfall Have a good week! David Submit Photos to Shutterstock and make $$$! Download unlimited stock photos! Check out My Gallery Here Shutterstock Stock Photo […]

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Father’s Day Celebration on June 17!

Since Father’s Day is coming soon, I have made a slideshow presentation honoring the holiday. Father’s Day is on June 17, so don’t forget your gifts! Here is the slideshow: Submit Photos to Shutterstock and make $$$! Download unlimited stock photos! Check out My Gallery Here Shutterstock Stock Photo Keyword Search: Search Terms: Match AllMatch […]

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day! Mother’s Day has a lot of history to it. The modern Mother’s Day we all celebrate was invented by a lady named Anne Jarvis in 1908. Anne later made it a national holiday with the help of US President Woodrow Wilson. Later, it became highly used in commercials, and because Jarvis thought […]

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Watching the USAF Band of Liberty

I couldn’t believe it! I was about to go to see the USAF Band of Liberty at a high school, and I was extremely excited! As we walked inside the auditorium of the school, the concert was already starting. “This music is awesome!” I thought as the music went underway. Trumpets blared, violins played and […]

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My Presentation at Literacy Night!

I felt so excited! I was so delighted that I was about to do a demonstration at my school’s Literacy Night for the 1st time! I am a 3rd grader and the author of Danny and the Portal of the world. I completed the manuscript of my 2nd book Danny and the Trip to Outer […]

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Five ways to read my book, 4 of them are FREE!

1. You can enjoy Text-to-Speech videos of all the 12 chapters of Danny and the Portal of the World from below. (MP3 audio only version is also available) Click here: Text-to-Speech and MP3 chapters 2. For 3 days only, you can download Kindle version of my book from Amazon.com to your Kindle or PC devices […]

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My first recital on piano – I composed a song and played it with 2 other songs

I was so excited! I was about to take part in my 1st recital! The rehearsal room had musical instruments everywhere. The place was flooded with young performers, all of them less than 15 years old, a few coming out once in a while and a few coming back in occasionally. To me, I thought […]

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All chapters of Danny and the Portal of the World are on TTS and MP3 versions for public sharing

This morning, we have successfully finished all TTS (Text-to-Speech) and MP3 versions of Danny and the Portal of the World. They are available for downloading at this blog (all videos and MP3 versions were also appended back to my post last week) and you can also download them at YouTube. Please look at one video, […]

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Free video (Text-to-Speech) and audio (MP3) versions of Danny and the Portal of the World

For the first time, we have created a TTS (Text-to Speech) and a MP3 version (audio book) of Danny and the Portal of the World! TTS stands for Text-to-Speech. It can help children to learn reading the text and to help other people who have special needs. Below is the Text-to-Speech version of each chapter […]

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Goodreads Book Giveaway For Danny and the Portal of the World

This month, for the 2nd time in 2012, we are having a giveaway (on Goodreads) for my 1st book! You are welcome to enter on the link below or forward this to family and friends. Thank you! Goodreads Book Giveaway Danny and the Portal of the World by David Lee Giveaway ends March 31, 2012. […]

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My book report of “The Sea of Monsters” by Rick Riordan on a cereal box

Pictures of the cereal box: Main Characters: Percy Jackson, son of Poseidon, the sea god. Grover Underwood, related to Pan, the wilderness god. Percy’s best friend and satyr. Annabeth Chase, daughter of Athena, Percy’s other friend, daughter to Dr. Chase. Luke, son of Hermes and tries to bring Kronos to life. Tyson, Brother Cyclops to […]

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What I think about ”The Adventures of Tintin (film)”?

I think that overall, The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn is very adventurous with a taste of action in it. The combination of Spielberg and Jackson make me give this film an A+++++. I like the animation in this movie because it almost looks like reality. The faces portrayed in this movie […]

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How I got the ideas for my 1st and 2nd books and what inspired me to write my books?

Here’s how I got the ideas for my first book Danny and the Portal of the World. Around the time I wrote the first pages from my first book, I began drawing Danny. He started as a kind of like a stick figure, then it got better later. At the time I wrote the first […]

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New Year success for our Kindle edition of “Danny and the Portal of the World”

We did it! Our 5-day for the New Year promotion was a complete success, with over 500 downloads in the USA and the United Kingdom combined. It is the largest sale for our Kindle edition book so far. Our book’s ranking climbed up to the 2,000 range at approximately 1,400! We went up five hundred […]

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A free gift for everyone to download during the first 5 days of 2012

Happy Holidays! A free gift for you to download. From January 1st to 5th, 2012, anyone can visit Amazon.com to download “Danny and the Portal of the World” to their Kindle or personal computer (for free) by clicking on the book icon below: In addition, I made a guessing game to find out how many […]

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I’m Thankful For…

————————————————— I’m thankful for the library, I’m thankful for my buddies, I’m thankful for our family, I’m thankful for Mickey. ————————————————— I’m thankful for our capital, Boston, as the day, Is like a flying carnival, Boston, as I say. ————————————————— I’m thankful for our holidays, I’m really in the mood, I always track it down […]

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Trip to Plimoth Plantation

I was so excited. We were going to Plimoth Plantation! The bus was roaring at the front door of the school. Minutes later, I heard the engine jump to a start and we were off! Two hours later, we heard an “ERKKK!” and our bus stopped right in the plantation. We ran off the bus […]

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About my 2nd book Danny and the Trip to Outer Space

This is actually a part of my 2nd book. This story is a sequel to my 1st book in which Danny takes a ride on a space craft, is face-to-face with Martian Spacebattlers, meets astronauts, gets through a wormhole, explores a alien world, and I stopped here. I have already told you I was making […]

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Review for Queen of the Falls by Chris Van Allsburg

Queen of the Falls is a very good book to me. I just bought this book as a souvenir from the Rhode Island Festival of Children’s Books and Authors. I have been reading it ever since. It is the first nonfiction book Chris Van Allsburg has written. It has wonderful illustrations and it talks about […]

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Rhode Island Festival of Children’s Books and Authors

Yesterday, we went to the Rhode Island Festival of Children’s Books and Authors. It was held at Lincoln School on Gano Street. When we got there, we saw several authors signing books in the gymnasium. The place was very big and it contained about a dozen tables. Next, we walked down two flights of stairs […]

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Boston Duck Boat Tour

I had never seen a Duck Boat this close before. Never had I ridden a Duck Boat before. The Duck Boats were huge and in vibrant and beautiful colors. Ours was a shiny gray. At exactly 3:30PM, the driver came in the Duck Boat and started the Boston Duck Boat Tour. When we were on […]

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Apple Picking

A week ago on Sunday, we went apple picking. It was apple picking season. When we got there, we went to buy tickets for a round trip hayride. After waiting for almost ten minutes, a hayride passed by. It was simply a large pickup truck with an enormous wooden frame with bales of hay for […]

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Review for Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

I think Robert Louis Stevenson, the author of Treasure Island is one of my favorite authors. This book has a lot of pirates (which I like reading about) and pirate language (etc. Davy Jone’s Locker, landlubber), which are one of my favorite things to read. This book is marvelous! Submit Photos to Shutterstock and make […]

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Review for Nine Stories by Nellie Putur

When I finished reading Nine Stories by Nellie Putur, I was amazed by how she wrote the book. It is packed with suspense and mystery that about any kid would choose this book to read. I like Nellie’s way of piecing all the facts and clues at the end of the story and how she […]

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My first book (Danny and the Portal of the World)

Web site: Danny and the Portal of the World To tell you, I have written and published my first book recently. It has 12 chapters and a lot of illustrations. You can borrow it from the Massachusetts Public Library Catalog. It is on sale on Amazon.com, Createspace.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and has a Kindle version. You can post […]

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Welcome to my blog!

Welcome to Books”R”Fun! Today we are opening our blog and anyone is welcome!  Start blogging! You can post a comment and subscribe/register to this blog! If you subscribe/register, you will receive periodic email about the updates. The main idea about this blog is to inspire literacy for children.  I will post my book reviews and […]

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