Max Does It Again
With a pet frog like Bean and friends, who needs homework?
Max enjoys playing sports with his friends every day. When Max faces the possibility of losing playtime again, he decides to take matters into his own hands. Will he be able to convince his teacher that he's telling the truth?
Not only does Max have problems at school, but he has a few at home, too. With his pet's 1,001 places to hide, Max is always looking for him. Will Max be able to convince his parents to keep Bean?
About Patricia Cruzan (Atlanta, Georgia Author)
Patricia Cruzan wrote three poetry books; she has five children's books. Her stories, articles, and poems have appeared in various publications: Grit, Fayette County News, Fayette Woman, The Citizen, Rhythm & Rhyme chapbooks, Georgia Council of the International Reading Association, Spawn, and Golden Poetry. She wrote articles for Fayetteville First Baptist and for the Fulton County Board of Education.
She is a member of SCBWI, SPAWN, Writers Circle, and Poet Tree. Patricia is a member of Georgia Writers Association. Her website is www.patriciacruzan.com.
At one time, Patricia sang various vocal concerts. Most of the concerts were in the United States, but she traveled as an artist to Sydney, Australia. Patricia studied voice as part of her undergraduate work. Other foreign travel included trips to England, France, and Mexico.